related topics: entreprise 2.0, social cognition, gaming and collaboration, social computing,wiki, tagging, learning, social motivation
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Podcasts and videocasts
Interview of Laura Naismith: Wikis work wonders for collaborative learning
- Kaleidoscope, 5th, October 2006
- - Can you tell me about your current research project involving wikis?
- We interviewed post-graduate students at the University of Birmingham participating in a course that sought to provide the experience of co-authoring web-based educational resources
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Corporate America wakes up to Web 2.0
- by Martin LaMonica, CNET News.com, June 26, 2006
- Big companies have for years installed industrial-strength content management systems in the hope of sparking collaboration among workers. There was just one problem: People didn't use them. Now, tools that people are familiar with on the consumer Web, such as blogs and wikis, are staking out ground inside businesses, often led by the end users themselves.
Innovation Through Collaboration: Teaming provides new way to generate ideas and solutions
- by Peter A. Gloor, Elearning! Magazine, Spring 2006 issue
- You’ve probably participated in a COIN without even realizing it. These collaborative networks are a new way of working together. Soon, businesses throughout the world will be looking for ways to unleash the power of networks, and thanks to the communication capabilities of the Internet, it will be easier than ever for these networks to spread across the globe.
Open source disaster recovery: Case studies of networked collaboration
- by Calvert Jones and Sarai Mitnick, First Monday, Volume 11, Number 5 — 1 May 2006
- Volunteers eager to help disaster victims have begun to draw on open source models of organization to mobilize and coordinate vast resources from around the world. This paper investigates two such groundbreaking efforts, involving responses to Hurricane Katrina and to the South East Asian tsunami. The study sheds light on how these organizations evolve so rapidly, how leaders emerge and confront challenges, and how interactions with traditional, more hierarchical disaster recovery efforts unfold.
The CKC Challenge: Exploring Tools for Collaborative Knowledge Construction
- by Natalya F. Noy, Abhita Chugh, Harith Alani, IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 64-68, Jan/Feb, 2008
Mash me up, Mash me down: Restructuring Email for Content Sharing and Collaboration in Distributed Teams
- Nelson, L.D. and Churchill, E.F., CSCW 2006 Workshop on Mashups, Banff, November 2006.
Teamwork Behaviors, A Review and an Integration of Frameworks
- by Vincent Rousseau, Caroline Aubé, André Savoie, Small Group Research, Vol. 37, No. 5, 540-570 (2006)
Towards a pattern language for networked learning
- Goodyear, P, Avgeriou, P, Baggetun, R, Bartoluzzi, S, Retalis, S, Ronteltap, F, and Rusman, E (2005).
- In: Networked learning 2004. Edited by Banks, S and Goodyear, P and Hodgson, V and Jones, C and Lally, V and McConnell, D and Steeples, C. Lancaster University Lancaster.
Is there a "big five" in teamwork?
- Salas E , Sims DE, Burke CS. (2004)
- Small Group Research, Vol. 36, No. 5, 555-599 (2005)
- McAfee, Andrew (2005); "Will Web Services Really Transform Collaboration?" MIT Sloan Management Review 46, no. 2 (winter 2005): 78-84.
Cognitive style and team role preference
- by Stephen G. Fisher, W.D. Keith Macrosson and John Wong
- Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 13 No. 8, 1998
- The empirical bases for the model, nine years of research and extensive work in industry, not only validates the claim but helps convince the reader of the security of the findings: optimal team performance may be obtained when each of the eight team role behaviours can be provided by the members of the team. If a given team contains a chairman or co-ordinator, an implementer or company worker, a completer, a monitor evaluator, a plant, a resource investigator, a shaper, a specialist, and a team worker, the team types which emerged through a process of observation and reflection, and which are more fully characterised later in this paper, then the best possible outcome is likely.
|People and organizations
People and organizations
the NEON project (IST)
- Lifecycle support for Networked Ontologies.
- One part of the project will conduct research on: Providing support for collaborative development of networked ontologies.
- a Generic Framework for the development of Intelligent Collaborative Agents
Belbin Team Roles
- According to Belbin, there are eight roles individuals play in a team:
- Plant (PL), Resource investigator (RI), Co-ordinator (CO), Shaper (SH), Monitor evaluator (ME), Teamworker (TW), Implementer (IM), Completer (CP).
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