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Discovery Loved, Cause Hated
A special issue of First Monday on the 15–year anniversary of Napster — Digital music as boundary object
New modes of integration: Individuality and sociality in digital networks
Ad hoc encounters with big data: Engaging citizens in conversations around tabletops
Lifelong learning in the digital age: A content analysis of recent research on participation
Friend or faculty: Social networking sites, dual relationships, and context collapse in higher education
Learning from failure: The case of the disappearing Web site
E-books: Histories, trajectories, futures
LIMITS '15: First workshop on computing within limits
Problematizing the inclusion agenda in higher education
The user as network
MOOCs and crowdsourcing: Massive courses and massive resources
Wikiversity; or Education Meets the Free Culture Movement: An Ethnographic Investigation by Norm Friesen and Janet Hopkins
A manifesto for modeling and measurement in social media
A critical examination of Blackboard's e-learning environment
Insidious pedagogy: How course management systems affect teaching
Re-engineering Scientific Credit in the Era of the Globalized information EconomyCRLF
Object Lessons: Towards an Educational Theory of Technology
Globalization of Information: Intellectual Property Law Implications
Copyleft vs. Copyright: A Marxist Critique
A Mythic Perspective of Commodification on the World Wide WebCRLF
Electric Symbols: Internet Words and Culture
The Next Stage: Moving from Isolated Digital Collections to Interoperable Digital Libraries
TOOL: The Open Opinion Layer
After the Dot-Bomb: Getting Web Information Retrieval Right This Time
Talking Past Each Other: Making Sense of the Debate over Electronic Publication
Hoax E-mails and Bonsai Kittens: Are You E-literate in the Docuverse?
Hypertext Links: Whither Thou Goest, And Why
Copyright Contradictions in Scholarly Publishing by John Willinsky
Beyond Couch Potatos: From Consumers to Designers and Active Contributors
Collaborative Development of Open Content: A Process Model to Unlock the Potential For African Universities
A Copyright Cold War? The Polarized Rhetoric of the Peer-to-Peer Debates
Information Politics: The Story Of an Emerging Metadata Standard
Open Content and Value Creation
The Current Status and Potential Development of Online News Consumption
Do Web Search Engines Suppress Controversy?
The Educated Blogger: Using Weblogs to Promote Literacy in the Classroom
The Devil You Don’t Know: The Unexpected Future of Open Access
Protecting Ourselves to Death: Canada, Copyright, and the Internet
Grey Tuesday, Online Cultural Activism and the Mash–up of Music and Politics
Pulling Sense out of Today’s Informational Chaos: LiveJournal as a Site of Knowledge Creation and Sharing
Can Many Agents Answer Questions Better Than One?
Sensible Design Principles for New Networks and Services
Reapproaching Nearness: Online Communication and its Place in Praxis
Teaching as Performance in the Electronic Classroom
Piercing the Peer–to–peer Myths: An Examination of the Canadian Experience
Teaching and Learning With Digital Resources: Web-Wise 2005
Electronic Courseware in Higher Education
Professors Online: The Internet’s Impact on College Faculty
Cats in the Classroom: Online Learning in Hybrid Space
Podcasting: A new Technology in Search of Viable Business Models
The Unacknowledged Convergence of Open Source, Open Access, and Open Science
Finding information on the free World Wide Web: A Specialty Meta-search Engine for the Academic Community
The Use of the Internet to Activate Latent Ties in Scholarly Communities
Academic Home Pages: Reconstruction of the Self
Urban Screens: Discovering the Potential of Outdoor Screens for Urban Society
Signs of Epistemic Disruption: Transformations in the Knowledge System of the Academic Journal
Strategies for Developing Sustainable Open Access Scholarly Journals
Aligning the Ideals of Free Software and Free Knowledge With the South African Freedom Charter
The Acquisition of Open Access Research Articles
Friends, Friendsters, and Top 8: Writing Community into Being on Social Network Sites
The Protestant Ethic Strikes Back: Open Source Developers and the Ethic of Capitalism
Digital Gifts: Participation and Gift Exchange in LiveJournal Communities
What'S Wrong with the Patent System? Fuzzy Boundaries and the Patent Tax
Theories and Models of and for Online Learning
Transliteracy: Crossing Divides
A persistence paradox
A Theory of Digital Objects
Digital materiality? How artifacts without matter, matter
A sustainable future for open textbooks? The Flat World Knowledge story
Education and the social Web: Connective learning and the commercial imperative
How college students use the Web to conduct everyday life research
Blogs and blogging: Current trends and future directions
FYI: TMI: Toward a holistic social theory of information overload
Reading revolutions: Online digital text and implications for reading in academe
A taxonomy for measuring the success of open source software projects
Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about age: Unintended consequences of the ‘Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act’

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