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Title Author(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Publishing in proteopedia: The guide Prilusky J.
Decatur W.
Martz E.
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series A: Chemistry and Biology English 2013 Proteopedia (http://proteopedia.org) is an interactive web resource with 3D rotating models that react and change following user interaction. The main goals of Proteopedia are to collect, organize and disseminate structural and functional knowledge about protein, RNA, DNA, and other macromolecules, and their assemblies and interactions with small molecules, in a manner that is relevant and broadly accessible to students and scientists. This Guide provides instructions for the potential author of pages in Proteopedia, and for educators and teachers in incorporating Proteopedia when teaching proteins, and protein-functions. Of course you can use Proteopedia as a reference resource without authoring content. 0 0
Wikipedia’s Labor Squeeze and its Consequences Eric Goldman Journal of Telecommunications and High Technology Law English 2009 This essay explains why Wikipedia will not be able to maintain a credible website while simultaneously letting anyone freely edit it. To date, Wikipedia editors have successfully defended against malicious attacks from spammers and vandals, but as editors turn over, Wikipedia will need to recruit replacements. However, Wikipedia will have difficulty with this recruiting task due to its limited incentives for participation. Faced with a potential labor squeeze, Wikipedia will choose to restrict users’ ability to contribute to the site as a way of preserving site credibility. Wikipedia’s specific configuration choices make it an interesting test case to evaluate the tension between free editability and site credibility, and this Essay touches on how this tension affects user-generated content (UGC) generally. 0 2