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La connaissance est un réseau: Perspective sur l’organisation archivistique et encyclopédique Martin Grandjean Les Cahiers du Numérique French 2014 Network analysis is not revolutionizing our objects of study, it revolutionizes the perspective of the researcher on the latter. Organized as a network, information becomes relational. It makes potentially possible the creation of new information, as with an encyclopedia which links between records weave a web which can be analyzed in terms of structural characteristics or with an archive directory which sees its hierarchy fundamentally altered by an index recomposing the information exchange network within a group of people. On the basis of two examples of management, conservation and knowledge enhancement tools, the online encyclopedia Wikipedia and the archives of the Intellectual Cooperation of the League of Nations, this paper discusses the relationship between the researcher and its object understood as a whole.

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L’analyse de réseau ne transforme pas nos objets d’étude, elle transforme le regard que le chercheur porte sur ceux-ci. Organisée en réseau, l’information devient relationnelle. Elle rend possible en puissance la création d’une nouvelle connaissance, à l’image d’une encyclopédie dont les liens entre les notices tissent une toile dont on peut analyser les caractéristiques structurelles ou d’un répertoire d’archives qui voit sa hiérarchie bouleversée par un index qui recompose le réseau d’échange d’information à l’intérieur d’un groupe de personnes. Sur la base de deux exemples d’outils de gestion, conservation et valorisation de la connaissance, l’encyclopédie en ligne Wikipédia et les archives de la coopération intellectuelle de la Société des Nations, cet article questionne le rapport entre le chercheur et son objet compris dans sa globalité. [Version preprint disponible].
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Codification and collaboration: Information quality in social media Kane G.C.
Ransbotham S.
International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2012 English 2012 This paper argues that social media combines the codification and collaboration features of earlier generations of knowledge management systems. This combination potentially changes the way knowledge is created, potentially requiring new theories and methods for understanding these processes. We forward the specialized social network method of two-mode networks as one such approach. We examine the information quality of 16,244 articles built through 2,677,397 revisions by 147,362 distinct contributors to Wikipedia's Medicine Wikiproject. We find that the structure of the contributor-artifact network is associated with information quality in these networks. Our findings have implications for managers seeking to cultivate effective knowledge creation environments using social media and to identify valuable knowledge created external to the firm. 0 0
Teaching complexity theory through student construction of a course wiki: The self-organization of a scale-free network Christopher J. May
Michelle Burgard
Imran Abbasi
Complex. English 2011 0 0
Teaching with Wikis: Toward a Networked Pedagogy Lundin R.W. Computers and Composition English 2008 Computers and writing scholarship is increasingly turning towards the network as a potential pedagogical model, one in which writing is intimately connected to its social contexts. The use of wikis in first-year composition classes can support this networked pedagogy. More specifically, due to unique features such as editability and detailed page histories, wikis can challenge a number of traditional pedagogical assumptions about the teaching of writing. This article shows how wikis can challenge assumptions in four categories of interest to composition studies: new media composition, collaborative writing, critical interaction, and online authority. The analysis demonstrates that wikis, while not automatically revolutionary to composition pedagogy, hold significant potential to help facilitate pedagogical changes. © 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 0 2