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Vie and deWinter - Disrupting Intellectual Property, from Wikis in Composition
For teachers mainly. > By challenging the authority of the single authorial voice, wikis also call into question traditional notions of intellectual property as a market commodity. These notions propagate the argument that ideas are a unique product of individual labor and can thus “belong” to a single person. It may be precisely because wikis challenge these established notions that some student users resist their use in the classroom. In keeping with this general theme, the questions that guide our research are as follows: What is the currency of intellectual property in the university setting? Do wikis, in fact, disrupt established, dominant notions of intellectual property?
wiki  en3177  collaboration  collaborativewriting  copyright 
7 weeks ago by mcmorgan
Christopher Marlowe credited as one of Shakespeare's co-writers | Culture | The Guardian
I knew that country hick couldn't write upper-class prose! Now waiting for the New Oxford to publish between Oct and Dec.
collaboration  collaborativewriting  literature 
october 2016 by mcmorgan
Collaborative Literary Creation and Control
Co-written article, addresses collab in Webster's Revised, Pound and Eliot. Looks at collaborative techniques as they are supported in word processors, Xanadu, and wiki. Reviews techniques and evaluating techniques.
en3177  wiki  collaboration  collaborativewriting  notetaking 
february 2016 by mcmorgan
Google Docs vs. Microsoft Word: An Even Matchup?
mark the secion on collaboration: not ral time but asynch, using comments and markup
collaborativewriting  collaboration 
december 2012 by mcmorgan
Are online learners frustrated with collaborative learning experiences? | Capdeferro | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning
"Frustration is a common phenomenon among students involved in online collaborative learning experiences, according to the literature review previously introduced." One of the most pronounced is inequity of engagement, seemingly by work habits. One of the lowest sources is instructor's non-presence.
de  oer  collaboration  collaborative  learning 
april 2012 by mcmorgan
The Ed Techie: Twitter as interdisciplinary tool & culture
Martin Weller discusses how some of the conventions of twitter help users organize their space to support interdiscplinarity. Mentions reasons for retweeting and how hash tags are used.
twitter  en3177  hashtag  retweet  collaboration  socialpractices  from delicious
september 2011 by mcmorgan
The Ed Techie: Twitter as interdisciplinary tool & culture
Martin Weller discusses how some of the conventions of twitter help users organize their space to support interdiscplinarity. Mentions reasons for retweeting and how hash tags are used.
twitter  en3177  hashtag  retweet  collaboration  socialpractices 
november 2010 by mcmorgan
Hacking the Academy
A BOOK CROWDSOURCED IN ONE WEEK MAY 21-28, 2010. A little thin. More like an academic magazine than a multigraph.
publishing  publishing2.0  publicauthoring  academic  book  blogging  crowdsourcing  DH  academia  collaboration 
june 2010 by mcmorgan
Who Does What On Wikipedia? - Technology News - redOrbit
Ram and Liu identified seven specific roles that Wikipedia contributors play.

Starters, for example, create sentences but seldom engage in other actions. Content justifiers create sentences and justify them with resources and links. Copy editors contribute primarily though modifying existing sentences. Some users – the all-round contributors – perform many different functions.

"We then clustered the articles based on these roles and examined the collaboration patterns within each cluster to see what kind of quality resulted," Ram said. "We found that all-round contributors dominated the best-quality entries. In the entries with the lowest quality, starters and casual contributors dominated."

To generate the best-quality entries, she says, people in many different roles must collaborate. Ram and Liu suggest that the results of this study should spark the design of software tools that can help improve quality.
wikis  collaborativewriting  collaboration 
march 2010 by mcmorgan
Patterns of Collaboration on Wikis
identifies some of the strategies that create solid collaborative work on wikis by looking at life cycles on corporate wikis
wikis  refactoring  collaborativewriting  collaboration  research 
march 2010 by mcmorgan
McKinsey: What Matters: Using technology to improve workforce collaboration
As much about poor management as about technology. Waste. We have documented 10 types of collaboration waste (Exhibit 2). In the case of managers, for example, effective collaboration demands that the manager not only agrees on specific objectives but also that he /she can communicate how to achieve them.
wiki  collaboration  bad_management 
december 2009 by mcmorgan
VoiceThread - Group conversations around images, documents, and videos
Yet another social media exchange. Similar to a wiki page in that comments and layers are associated with the specific target. Unlike a wiki and more like a blog in that the target itself is not modified but layered. But the layering is interesting. It means that a target can have different sets of commentary and notes: a different story for the same diegesis, different emphases of the same ground ...
socialpractices  socialmedia  multimedia  multimodal  de  web  collaboration  presentation  voicethread  audio  twwt 
august 2009 by mcmorgan
Open-space meeting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
a style of meeting that can foster collaboration and be supported by wikis, or by stickies and markers. Defines a fairly well-orchestrated rhetorical situation for collaborative compostion
openspace  web2.0  socialpractices  collaboration  collaborativewriting 
july 2008 by mcmorgan
Participation Inequality: Lurkers vs. Contributors in Internet Communities (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox)
from 2006. The numbers might be shifting a little as social networking becomes more pervasive, or as we widen our senses of what it is to "contribute" and expand the means.
en3177  socialpractices  socialnetworking  blogging  collaboration 
december 2007 by mcmorgan

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