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CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 1 months ago
Technology-mediated contributions: editing behaviors among new wikipedians
The power-law distribution of participation characterizes a wide variety of technology-mediated social participation (TMSP) systems, and Wikipedia is no exception. A minority of a...
Judd Antin, Coye Cheshire, Oded Nov
IJKL
2010
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9 years 15 days ago
Lurking: a challenge or a fruitful strategy? A comparison between lurkers and active participants in an online corporate communi
: For todays organisations to obtain competitive advantages, online corporate Communities of Practice (CoPs) are indispensable. However, often the majority of its participants does...
Mirjam Neelen, Sibren Fetter
GROUP
2005
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
Instant messaging bots: accountability and peripheral participation for textual user interfaces
Over the last several years, studies of instant messaging have observed its increasing role in the workplace[1] and in social situations[2]. We propose that modifying applications...
Stephen Chan, Benjamin Hill, Sarita Yardi
GROUP
2005
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
Becoming Wikipedian: transformation of participation in a collaborative online encyclopedia
Traditional activities change in surprising ways when computermediated communication becomes a component of the activity system. In this descriptive study, we leverage two perspec...
Susan L. Bryant, Andrea Forte, Amy Bruckman
HICSS
2006
IEEE
128views Biometrics» more  HICSS 2006»
9 years 11 months ago
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Worker Commitment to Virtual Organizations
As society enters the twenty-first century there is a growing realization that information technology (IT) is heavily influencing organizational structures [1]. One such structure...
Yulin Fang, Derrick J. Neufeld
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on wikipedia
The success of Wikipedia as a large-scale collaborative effort has spurred researchers to examine the motivations and behaviors of Wikipedia’s participants. However, this resear...
Judd Antin, Coye Cheshire
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