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Virtual Communities, Social Networks and Collaboration

by Athina A. Lazakidou

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Published by Springer New York in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet),
  • Computer science,
  • Data processing,
  • Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences,
  • Management information systems,
  • Social sciences,
  • Business Information Systems

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Athina A. Lazakidou
    SeriesAnnals of Information Systems -- 15
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.A65
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27094586M
    ISBN 109781461436348

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    international cases of networks and communities the promotion and sustainability of PLNs Also featuring case studies and exemplars to contextualise sustainable learning networks, Networks For Learning is an accessible and thoroughly-researched book, which will be essential reading and a valuable resource for researchers, teachers and school.   Whatever your approach, enterprise social network (ESN) tools such as Yammer and Workplace by Facebook and collaboration platforms such as Igloo are gaining a .

    When computer networks link people as well as machines, they become social networks. Such computer-supported social networks (CSSNs) are becoming important bases of virtual communities, computer-supported cooperative work, and telework. Computer-mediated communication such as electronic mail and computerized conferencing is usually text-based and asynchronous. It has limited social presence. In terms of their social dynamics, physical and virtual communities are much the same. Both involve developing a web of relationships among people who have something in common, such as a beloved hobby, a life-altering illness, a political cause, a religious conviction, a professional relationship, or even simply a neighborhood or town.


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Virtual Communities, Social Networks and Collaboration by Athina A. Lazakidou Download PDF EPUB FB2

Virtual Communities, Social Networks and Collaboration covers cutting edge research topics of utmost real-world importance in the specific domain of social networks. This volume focuses Social Networks and Collaboration book exploring issues relating to the design, development, and outcomes from.

Virtual Communities, Social Networks and Collaboration (Annals of Information Systems) [Athina A. Lazakidou] on *FREE* shipping on Virtual Communities offers. Social networks and virtual communities are often in the news, either being censored or facilitating academic cooperation. Here. Social Networking Sites (SNSs) are virtual communities where users can create individual public profiles, interact with real-life friends, and meet other people based on shared : Amin Erfanmanesh.

Chapter Generating Social Awareness through Social Network Sites Penelopi Alexandrou. Chapter Markov Random Field and Social Networks Stelios Zimeras.

Chapter Mobile Communities – Current Status and Challenges Volkmar Schau, Kathrin Kirchner, Christian Stolcis, Christian Erfurth, Gerald Eichler, and Wilhelm R. Rossak. Chapter Virtual Communities, Social Networks and Collaboration, Series: Annals has expressed that virtual communities are new technologies to facilitate communication and collaboration.

This book aims to presents various studies from leading researchers and practitioners focusing on the current challenges, directions, trends, and opportunities. A virtual community is a social network of individuals who connect through specific social media, potentially crossing geographical and political boundaries in order to pursue mutual interests or of the most pervasive virtual communities are online communities operating under social networking services.

Howard Rheingold discussed virtual communities in his book, The Virtual. Alon, A., Brunel, F. and Siegal, W.S. ‘Ritual Behavior and Community Life-Cycle: Exploring the Social Psychological Role of Net Rituals in the Development of Online Consumption Communities’.

In: C. Haugvedt, K. Machleit and R. Yalch (eds) Online Consumer Psychology: Understanding How to Interact With Consumers in the Virtual World Cited by: The book is the volume 15 of Annals of Information Systems as an international project of 8 countries. "Ramesh Sharda" and "Stefan Voß" are the main series editors.

This book is as an excellent interdisciplinary source of comprehensive knowledge and literature topics related to virtual communities, social networks, and : Mohammadamin Erfanmanesh and Elaheh Hossseini. Get this from a library. Virtual communities, social networks and collaboration.

[Athina A Lazakidou;] -- "Covers cutting edge research topics of utmost real-world importance in the specific domain of social networks. Addresses what leads to participation and effective collaboration in online.

software as well as the challenges and opportunities when conducting business in virtual communities. PART 1: VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES AS A MEANS FOR MASS COLLABORATION Examples of Virtual Communities MySpace, a popular social network community, allows users to share information about themselves.

It primarily targets teens and young adults. Social Computing and Virtual Communities compiles contributions from international experts to offer the sort of multidisciplinary study that is required in any investigation of communities.

Delving fully into theories and methods, application areas, and types of online social environments, this book ―Format: Hardcover. Making virtual communities and social networks sustainable August 6, | article by Ken Thompson in Virtual Collaboration Networks (40), Virtual Communities (34), Virtual Teams (47) Many networks and communities seem to require constant attention from the leaders or facilitators.

The evolution of the world wide web known as the internet, brought about the forming or building of virtual communities to take place. These virtual communities are groupings of netizens (internet citizens) that share common interests, hobbies and likes.

They are built through connections from social media networks and other social interactive sites. They are morphing into new channels for collaboration and innovation.

Social networks are becoming unique touch points to engage communities, start Author: Karl Moore. Virtual communities are the exact opposite of social networks.

Rather than joining to socially engage, virtual communities are on a mission. They want to express their patience or address a life-change event.

Most communities are created by members who also manage them. Their conversations are deep and focus on subjects of interest to the members. The field of social networks and virtual communities is new, relatively unstructured, and very dynamic.

Organizations everywhere are struggling to understand and benefit from it. These attributes make this new field an ideal environment for an information professional to ply his or her trade. Social Networks as a Tool for E-Collaborative Learning and its Effects on Knowledge Acquisition and Satisfaction Among Al-Aqsa University Students: /IJVCSN The study sought to identify the effectiveness of social networks as a tool for E-collaborative learning on knowledge acquisition among the students of theAuthor: Hasan R.

Mahdi, Mohanad A. Al-Taban. Virtual communities and social networking are changing our social and work environments. The International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking (IJVCSN) provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, and users to study and discuss technical, social and legal issues in this fast changing environment.

IJVCSN strives to be an. In summary, the biggest difference in social networks and online communities is the origination of the connection. If it was made offline, likely you're dealing with a social network. If the connection was made online, that's definitive of an online community.

Virtual Communities Abstract. This article is to discuss the claim that new forms of computer mediated social networking sites have created virtual communities. Author analysed two specific examples – and to elaborate discussion. With the advent of virtual communities and online social networks, old questions about the meaning of human social behavior have taken on renewed significance.

Using a variety of online social media simultaneously, and drawing upon theoretical literature in a variety of disciplines, this course delves into discourse about community across disciplines. Social networks constitute another type of virtual community on the Internet. Perhaps the best known social network is MySpace (), which has more than million registered users from throughout the world.

Nearly 85% of U.S. college students are registered either on MySpace or Facebook, a similar Internet social by: An Overview of Social Networking Websites. Social networking websites are virtual communities that encourage and foster interaction among members of a group by allowing them to post personal information, communicate with other users and connect their personal profiles to others' profiles.

In most instances, membership in a web community is achieved by registering as a user of that website.