1 edition of Collaborative search and communities of interest found in the catalog.
Collaborative search and communities of interest
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Pascal Francq, editor|
|LC Classifications||ZA3075 .C665 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781615208418, 9781615208425|
|LC Control Number||2009048639|
Gerhard Fischer 1 Contribution to Book “CSCL at Work” A Conceptual Framework for Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at communities of interest, learning when the answer is not known, meta-design, cultures of participation, social creativity, trade-offs and In Search for a New Understanding of Learning. Offering a critical examination of co-produced research, this book draws on experiences from an innovative project, Imagine – connecting communities through research. It outlines a community development approach, involving collaboration between diverse people/groups to develop communities of place, interest and identity.
"This book will benefit all teachers who are interested in professional growth and development, even if their schools might not yet be considered 'larning organizations.' One committed teacher could spark interest in developing a learning community that would enrich the entire school, and this book provides a basic introduction to that process.". Complex collaborative design activities cannot be solved by individuals or by a single group. Communities of interest (defined by their collective concern with the resolution of a problem) bring together several communities of practice that represent groups of practitioners from .
Collaboration is the process of two or more people or organizations working together to complete a task or achieve a goal. Collaboration is similar to collaboration requires leadership, although the form of leadership can be social within a decentralized and egalitarian group. Teams that work collaboratively often access greater resources, recognition and rewards when facing. learning communities” in the field of education. In their book, the authors make the distinction that the term “organization” connotes efficiency and structure, whereas “community” connotes individuals linked by common Size: KB.
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Collaborative search and communities of interest: trends in knowledge sharing and assessment / Pascal Francq, editor. Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary: "This book offers indepth analysis of the different forms of collaborations on the Internet presenting several.
The website of journalist and author Scott London. The following essay appears in On Collaboration, a collection edited by Marie Bak Mortensen and Judith Nesbitt, and published by Tate London, InI was commissioned by the Pew Partnership for Civic Change to study how collaboration was being used in the United States to build and strengthen community.
Title: Collaborative search and communities of interest: Trends in knowledge sharing and assessment Editor: Pascal Franq Publisher: Information Science Reference Call Number: ZAC From the Publisher: Since the dawn of the 21st Century the invention of Web has enabled people from all backgrounds to contribute content on the Internet.
A Semi-Supervised Algorithm to Manage Communities of Interests: /ch This chapter presents a genetic algorithm, called the Similarity-based Clustering Genetic Algorithm (SCGA), used to group users‘ profiles.
This algorithm isCited by: 1. The Healthy Communities Collaborative will address a wide range of issues at the intersection of health and planning, including but not limited to active living, air and water quality, brownfield redevelopment, climate change, environmental justice, food systems, health impact assessment, housing choice and affordability, parks and recreation.
Will Tom's book end up in the center of one large, massively interconnected cluster -- a single community of interest. Or, will it end up linking together otherwise disconnected clusters -- diverse communities of interest. Below is the network surrounding The New Pioneers. Each node represents a book.
Communities of practice (CoP) are groups of people who share a passion, a concern or a set of problems regarding a particular topic, and who interact regularly in order to deepen their knowledge and expertise, and to learn how to do things better.
Communities of interest (CoI) are groups of people who share an identity or an Size: KB. Collaborative Communities: Partnering for Profit in the Networked Economy challenges your most deeply held assumptions about how to build a profitable business. It is the first and only book to show how to organize your business around customers in collaboration with business partners and by: 7.
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In it she outlines the process of program designCited by: Despite recent innovations in technologies supporting collaborative web search, the features of the primary tools for digital information seeking (web browsers and search engines) continue to reflect a presumption that search is a single-user activity.
In this paper, we present the findings of a survey of diverse users’ collaborative web search practices, including the [ ]Cited by: Collaborative leadership: leadership of a collaborative effort.
This definition refers to taking a leadership role in a coalition, organization, or other enterprise where everyone is on an equal footing and working together to solve a problem, create something new, or run an organization or initiative. The leader is not in control of the group.
From tag-based communities to clusters on interest groups on Google Groups to the threads in Metafilter and 4chan, people have shown a remarkable ability to self-organize. And the research on our MOOCs (and even some xMOOCs) shows that this happens in MOOCs as well, and that these self-organizations have a learning focus.
Collaborative Resilience helps us understand why and how communities facing violence, natural hazards, and resource decline can adapt and transform, even in the face of terrible trauma.
Vulnerable communities do not just 'bounce back'; they must find ways of building trust and structuring cooperation. Drawing on examples from Africa, Asia, Latin America and North America, Goldstein and his co.
"Culturally Proficient Learning Communities challenges the paradigm of the current PLC structure. This book brings in a crucial tenet that until now has been left out of the PLC discussion: a willingness to have deeper conversations about issues of equity and access.
[PDF Download] The Firm as a Collaborative Community: The Reconstruction of Trust in the Knowledge. [Read book] The Firm as a Collaborative Community: The Reconstruction of Trust in the Knowledge. Communities of interest: groups of people who share an identity, for example the Afro-Caribbean community, or those who share an experience, for example the homeless community.
Communities of Practice (CoP) These are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.PATCH, the Planned Approach to Community Health, is a community health planning model developed by CDC in PATCH was created for application among diverse partners at the local level, but also within the context of vertical collaboration within the governmental public health infrastructure (federal, state, and local levels) and horizontal collaborations with voluntary organizations."Collaborative Governance Regimes challenges scholars to discipline the study of collaborative governance in order to strengthen its pratice A significant, much needed, and long overdue step in the right direction."—Journal of Public Administration Review and Theory "This is the best book ever published on collaborative governance.