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WikiLit:Case study

WikiLit:Case study

  Research design Data source
'Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia' as a role model? Lessons for open innovation from an exploratory examination of the supposedly democratic-anarchic nature of Wikipedia Case study Interview responses
A comparison of privacy issues in collaborative workspaces and social networks Case study N/A
A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0 Case study Websites
A framework for information quality assessment Case study
Statistical analysis
Wikipedia pages
A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis Case study Wikipedia pages
A tale of two tasks: editing in the era of digital literacies Case study Wikipedia pages
Accelerating networks Case study Wikipedia pages
Access, claims and quality on the Internet - future challenges Case study Websites
Adhocratic governance in the Internet age: a case of Wikipedia Case study Direct observation
Wikipedia pages
Analyzing the creative editing behavior of Wikipedia editors: through dynamic social network analysis Case study
Statistical analysis
Wikipedia pages
Applications of semantic web methodologies and techniques to social networks and social websites Case study Websites
Art history: a guide to basic research resources Case study Websites
Autopoiesis in virtual organizations Case study N/A
Avoiding tragedy in the wiki-commons Case study N/A
Beyond vandalism: Wikipedia trolls Case study Interview responses
Wikipedia pages
Breaking the knowledge acquisition bottleneck through conversational knowledge management Case study Wikipedia pages
Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past Case study Websites
Wikipedia pages
Collectivism vs. individualism in a wiki world: librarians respond to Jaron Lanier's essay 'Digital Maoism: the hazards of the new online collectivism' Case study N/A
Commons-based peer production and virtue Case study Websites
Decentralization in Wikipedia governance Case study Interview responses
Digital archives and the turn to design Case study Websites
Wikipedia pages
Essjay's ethos: rethinking textual origins and intellectual property Case study Wikipedia pages
Experiences and perspectives of Wikipedia use in higher education Case study Documents
Expert-built and collaboratively constructed lexical semantic resources Case study Websites
Fire next time: or revisioning higher education in the context of digital social creativity Case study N/A
From Castalia to Wikipedia: openness and closure in knowledge communities Case study Documents
Wikipedia pages
Governance of massive multiauthor collaboration - Linux, Wikipedia, and other networks: governed by bilateral contracts, partnerships, or something in between? Case study Documents
Governance of online creation communities: Provision of infrastructure for the building of digital commons Case study Interview responses
Websites
High school research and critical literacy: social studies with and despite Wikipedia Case study Wikipedia pages
Identifying and understanding the problems of Wikipedia's peer governance: the case of inclusionists versus deletionists Case study Interview responses
Incomplete by design and designing for incompleteness Case study N/A
Informed investors and the Internet Case study
Experiment
Statistical analysis
Experiment responses
Wikipedia pages
Investigation into trust for collaborative information repositories: a Wikipedia case study Case study
Mathematical modeling
Wikipedia pages
Making friends with Jarvis Cocker: music culture in the context of Web 2.0 Case study Websites
My kind of people?: perceptions about Wikipedia contributors and their motivations Case study Interview responses
Network neutrality and the false promise of zero-price regulation Case study N/A
New technologies and terminological pressure in lesser-used languages : the Breton Wikipedia, from terminology consumer to potential terminology provider Case study Websites
Wikipedia pages
Norms, minorities, and collective choice online Case study N/A
Open content and value creation Case study Interview responses
Open, but how much? Growth, conflict, and institutional evolution in open source communities Case study Websites
Sparse relational data sets: issues and an application Case study Wikipedia pages
Taxonomy and clustering in collaborative systems: the case of the on-line encyclopedia Wikipedia Case study Wikipedia pages
Textual curators and writing machines: authorial agency in encyclopedias, print to digital Case study Wikipedia pages
The hidden order of Wikipedia Case study Interview responses
Wikipedia pages
The romantic collective author Case study Wikipedia pages
The technocultural dimensions of meaning: towards a mixed semiotics of the World Wide Web Case study Direct observation
Toward another rhetoric: Web 2.0, Levinas, and taking responsibility for response ability Case study Documents
Understanding user's query intent with Wikipedia Case study
Experiment
Experiment responses
Why do people write for Wikipedia? Incentives to contribute to open-content publishing Case study Interview responses
Wiki deployment in corporate settings Case study Interview responses
Survey responses
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