Social information systems: Review, framework, and research agenda
|Social information systems: Review, framework, and research agenda|
|Author(s)||Schlagwein D., Schoder D., Fischbach K.|
|Published in||International Conference on Information Systems 2011, ICIS 2011|
|Keyword(s)||Blogs, Crowdsourcing, Framework, Literature review, Online communities and digital collaborations, Social networks, Social software, Social technology, Wikis, Wisdom of the crowd (Extra: Crowdsourcing, Digital collaborations, Framework, Literature reviews, Social software, Social technologies, Wikis, Wisdom of the crowds, Blogs, Research, Social aspects, Social networking (online), Social sciences computing, Websites, Information systems)|
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Social information systems: Review, framework, and research agenda is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Schlagwein D., Schoder D., Fischbach K. and published in International Conference on Information Systems 2011, ICIS 2011.
In this research-in-progress, we review the literature on an emerging new type of information systems: social information systems. Social information systems are information systems based on social technologies and open collaboration. The paper provides categories defining social information systems and a framework for existing and future research in this field of study.
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