Book Volume 8224 2013

Collaboration and Technology

19th International Conference, CRIWG 2013, Wellington, New Zealand, October 30 – November 1, 2013, Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-41346-9 (Print) 978-3-642-41347-6 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Social Media

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-9

      Collaboration Using Social Media: The Case of Podio in a Voluntary Organization

    2. Chapter

      Pages 10-17

      Keep Querying and Tag on: Collaborative Folksonomy Using Model-Based Recommendation

    3. Chapter

      Pages 18-25

      Understanding Real-World Events via Multimedia Summaries Based on Social Indicators

  3. Social Networks

    1. Chapter

      Pages 26-41

      How Do Researchers on Collaboration Technology Collaborate with Each Other? A Social Network Analysis

    2. Chapter

      Pages 42-60

      Inferring Hidden Trust Relationships in Social Networks for Encouraging Collaboration and Cooperation among Individuals

    3. Chapter

      Pages 61-76

      Providing Awareness, Understanding and Control of Personalized Stream Filtering in a P2P Social Network

  4. Crowdsourcing

    1. Chapter

      Pages 77-93

      OurMap: Representing Crowdsourced Annotations on Geospatial Coordinates as Linked Open Data

    2. Chapter

      Pages 94-109

      A Theoretical Model of User Engagement in Crowdsourcing

    3. Chapter

      Pages 110-125

      Factors Influencing the Decision to Crowdsource

    4. Chapter

      Pages 126-142

      Data Quality in an Output-Agreement Game: A Comparison between Game-Generated Tags and Professional Descriptors

  5. Learning

    1. Chapter

      Pages 143-158

      Analyzing Two Participation Strategies in an Undergraduate Course Community

    2. Chapter

      Pages 159-174

      Work and Learning across Boundaries: Artifacts, Discourses, and Processes in a University Course

    3. Chapter

      Pages 175-191

      Redesigning Collaboration Tools to Enhance Social Presence in Online Learning Environments

    4. Chapter

      Pages 192-207

      The Metafora Design Principles for a Collaborative, Interoperable Learning Framework

    5. Chapter

      Pages 208-214

      Integrating Formal and Informal Learning through a FLOSS-Based Innovative Approach

    6. Chapter

      Pages 215-232

      Using Geo-collaboration and Microblogging to Support Learning: Identifying Problems and Opportunities for Technological Business

  6. Collaboration Design

    1. Chapter

      Pages 233-240

      Ontology-Based Resource Discovery in Pervasive Collaborative Environments

    2. Chapter

      Pages 241-256

      Identifying the Awareness Mechanisms for Mobile Collaborative Applications

    3. Chapter

      Pages 257-273

      In-Vivo Therapy Procedures: Design Process of a Geo-Referenced System

  7. Software Development

    1. Chapter

      Pages 274-289

      Extending the Dependency Taxonomy of Agile Software Development

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