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"But where's the spec?" - Learning through collaborative development & discovery + , A content analysis of wikiproject discussions: Toward a typology of coordination language used by virtual teams + , A framework for inter-organizational collaboration using communication and knowledge management tools + , A framework of collaborative adaptation authoring + , Applying Web 2.0 design principles in the design of cooperative applications + , Arguments about deletion: How experience improves the acceptability of arguments in ad-hoc online task groups + , Automated Decision support for human tasks in a collaborative system: The case of deletion in wikipedia + , Breaking news on Wikipedia: Dynamics, structures, and roles in high-tempo collaboration + , Breaking the knowledge acquisition bottleneck through conversational knowledge management + , Building a standpoints web to support decision-making in Wikipedia + , Building for social translucence: A domain analysis and prototype system + , Collaborative classification of growing collections with evolving facets + , Collaborative learning using Wiki and flexnetdiscuss: A pilot study + , Concepts for extending Wiki systems to supplement collaborative learning + , Conflict, confidence, or criticism: An empirical examination of the gender gap in wikipedia + , Constrained Wiki: an Oxymoron? + , Contributor profiles, their dynamics, and their importance in five Q&A sites + , Coordination and beyond: Social functions of groups in open content production + , Corporate wiki users: Results of a survey + , Could someone please translate this? - Activity analysis of wikipedia article translation by non-experts + Has extra keyword
"But where's the spec?" - Learning through collaborative development & discovery + , "What I know is...": Establishing credibility on wikipedia talk pages + , "What i know is...": establishing credibility on Wikipedia talk pages + , Applying Web 2.0 design principles in the design of cooperative applications + , Augmented social cognition: Using social web technology to enhance the ability of groups to remember, think, and reason + , Eduwiki: An effective teachers' knowledge management platform + , Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: The role of essays + , Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: the role of essays + , How and why Wikipedia works: An interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko + , How and why Wikipedia works: an interview with Angela Beesley, Elisabeth Bauer, and Kizu Naoko + , Methodologies for using social media collaborative work systems + , Negotiating Cultural Values in Social Media: A Case Study from Wikipedia + , Negotiating with angry mastodons: The Wikipedia policy environment as genre ecology + , Negotiating with angry mastodons: the wikipedia policy environment as genre ecology + , On the utilization of web-based collaboration tools by student design teams + , Scalable information sharing utilizing decentralized P2P networking integrated with centralized personal and group media tools + , Supporting collaboration in Wikipedia between language communities + , The effects of open innovation on collaboration & knowledge sharing in student design teams + , Turning a page on the digital annotation of physical books + Has keyword
Beyond Wikipedia: Coordination and Conflict in Online Production Groups + , Bootstrapping wikis: developing critical mass in a fledgling community by seeding content + , Classroom Wikipedia participation effects on future intentions to contribute + , Exploring appropriation of enterprise wikis: A multiple-case study + , Integrating Twitter into Wiki to support informal awareness + , Learning from history: predicting reverted work at the word level in wikipedia + , Making Peripheral Participation Legitimate: Reader Engagement Experiments in Wikipedia + , Mopping up: modeling wikipedia promotion decisions + , Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on Wikipedia + Published in
 

 

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