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From the editors: Collaboration and the formation of new knowledge artifacts

Sten Ludvigsen, Gerry Stahl, Nancy Law, Ulrike Cress
2015 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
We introduce these articles by raising some overall themes about the formation of new knowledge artifacts in collaborative contexts.  ...  The nature of the collaboratively formed knowledge artifacts create specific opportunities for students or community participants to engage in certain types of interaction, both with the artifacts themselves  ...  The artifacts are new formations of knowledge and formats for collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-015-9211-5 fatcat:qpc63u4hsrdgjebgv2mdcktzw4

Letter from the Editor

Rebecca J. Morris
2019 The CASE Journal  
Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain) spent his summers in Elmira, New York writing many of his famous works such as Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in an octagonal study (more like a gazebo) perched on a knoll  ...  Even Snoopy, the famous beagle from the Peanuts comic strip sat in isolation atop his dog house painstakingly typing the opening to his great novel − "It was a dark and stormy night.  ...  These artifacts can be shared through a knowledge or learning management system so that members can easily access developing ideas or case drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1108/tcj-03-2019-123 fatcat:7xn2duailbcqrltr7upbxop4qy

From the Editor

2014 Nursing Administration Quarterly  
and new directions. 50 Drucker 51 explained that failures could allow an organization to glean information about why it failed and from that knowledge develop an innovative perspective that could change  ...  Cultural Artifacts Cultural artifacts include all that one sees, hears, and feels when they encounter an organization.  ...  The traditions of A&M didn't create the culture; they were birthed out of the culture. Because the core values from our history are so strong, the school has fought to preserve them.  ... 
doi:10.1097/naq.0000000000000009 pmid:24317025 fatcat:3hitipdy3rgchkgdocgkzqbpiy

Do editors or articles drive collaboration?

Brian Keegan, Darren Gergle, Noshir Contractor
2012 Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work - CSCW '12  
We analyze the coauthorship network of Wikipedia articles about breaking news demanding intense coordination and compare the properties of these articles and the editors who contribute to them to articles  ...  Prior scholarship on Wikipedia's collaboration processes has examined the properties of either editors or articles, but not the interactions between both.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank members of the CollabLab and SONIC groups for development assistance and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2145204.2145271 dblp:conf/cscw/KeeganGC12 fatcat:5stwanuhuvchzcde5f5jauhvea

Letters to the Editor

D.A. Grier
2004 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
of the artifact to be made, as seen from the user's or client's viewpoint. • Phase 2 (design) ends with a much more detailed specification of what is to be built. • Phase 3 (construction and manufacturing  ...  who decided to invest into the new technology of computers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mahc.2004.13 fatcat:kmosm2ugtbejpi33csb4ip7xnq

Editors' Introduction [chapter]

Peter Gärdenfors, William Powers, Jarosław Płuciennik, Michał Wróblewski
2015 On-line/Off-line. Between Text and Experience Writing as a Lifestyle  
describe the city in its artistic and everyday dimensions The fruitful collaboration between city as an active factor shaping artistic imagination and writers leads to developing new forms of expression  ...  EDITORS' INTRODUCTION Setting The articles presented in On-line/Off-line -Between Text and Experience concern the status of words and literature in contemporary culture Opinions about 'the death of words  ...  At the same time it gives reception to western debates and offers a number of interesting conclusions arising from the regional -Polish -experience.  ... 
doi:10.18778/7969-821-9.01 fatcat:w7nc3pd7nje4pni5wf5kcukmam

Letter from the Guest Content Editor: Altmetrics Have Come of Age

Martin Fenner
2013 Information Standards Quarterly  
In this paper I discuss article-level metrics from the perspective of developing and using scripting interfaces for article-level metrics.  ...  With the rise of articlelevel metrics, this will become much more common, especially with initiatives like that of the U.S.  ...  Acknowledgments I thank Martin Fenner for inviting me to write a paper for this issue, and for helpful feedback from Carl Boettiger, Karthik Ram, Euan Adie, and Cynthia Hodgson on earlier versions of this  ... 
doi:10.3789/isqv25no2.2013.01 fatcat:rsuqzdzk3rfyzhduusr4hejlfy

New Editor-in-Chief Editorial

Cyrus C. M. Mody
2018 Engineering Studies  
The editor's choice So what is the state of Engineering Studies as it enters its 10th volume and takes on a new editor?  ...  significant public interest not just in the stories of women in engineering but also in the intersectionality of race, gender, class, and other identities in the making of technological artifacts and knowledge  ...  Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19378629.2018.1427748 fatcat:5kbr6re6drepzbzqet3f2u5rha

Editors' Preface

Wout Dillen, Elli Bleeker, Laura Esteban-Segura, Stefano Rosignoli
2021 Variants  
: the DH Benelux Journal. 12 Of course, as the editors of Variants, we are not only responsible for the formatting of new issues, but for their contents as well.  ...  This offers editors of digital scholarly editions the opportunity to break away from the page format (see also the first chapter of Grafton 2012).  ...  She is a member of the board of editors of Cahiers de Narratologie, Cahiers d'études italiennes, and The Edinburgh Journal of Gadda Studies.  ... 
doi:10.4000/variants.1239 fatcat:ka26dx266nfhxdbjxcqbfmsala

Editors' Column

Hope Parisi, Cheryl C. Smith
2021 Journal of Basic Writing  
where she researches and teaches courses on rhetoric, writing, and gender and sexuality studies.  ...  Williams is an assistant professor of English and a writing program administrator at Brigham Young University. Her work has been published in  ...  The journal is in active dialogue with the scholarship of new literacies, translingualism, multimodality, digital rhetorics and online and social-media impacts as per intersectional writing identity formations  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2021.40.1.01 fatcat:spbh6oka2zg6no3j4dy6wi5coi

Editors' Column

Cheryl C. Smith, Hope Parisi
2019 Journal of Basic Writing  
A Jamaican immigrant, Owens arrived to New York with knowledge of Jamaican DJ culture, lessons he continued learning from his father (Chang 79).  ...  The journal is in active dialogue with the scholarship of new literacies, translingualism, multimodality, digital rhetorics and online and social-media impacts as per intersectional writing identity formations  ...  The Last Word, the SEEK paper at Queens College, proclaimed at the top of its letters to the editor page: "WE SAY LET: THE PEOPLE RAP!" ("Letter from the Editor.")  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2019.38.2.01 fatcat:6s5o46ltk5erlmge744xwye6y4

Editors' Corner

Geoffrey E. Braswell, María Gutiérrez
2020 Latin American Antiquity  
In agreement with the ethical principles of the SAA, we note that cultural heritage is not merely artifacts and sites, it equally is the knowledge and interpretations that are derived from their study.  ...  We think the new co-editors will improve our impact and ranking.  ... 
doi:10.1017/laq.2020.46 fatcat:4w53dgkd5ze5rhytgko7jdmosq

Information Design: Textualization, Documentarization, Auctorialization

Manuel Zacklad
2019 Proceedings from the Document Academy  
This will allow us, in the third section, to present the design of recorded information in all its richness and complexity, combining the issues of textualization, authorialization, and documentarization  ...  Secondly, we will return to the notion of device (dispositif) to introduce information and communication devices, of which we will give a few examples.  ...  This concept makes it possible to understand 'the image of the text' as the result of an overall process: from the intentions during creation and formatting (the role of the editor in writing) to the influence  ... 
doi:10.35492/docam/6/1/2 fatcat:bas3uh7qzjfhbi6nkr77rx5qn4

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2016 Invotec  
Acknowledgment The author would like to thank the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs of the State University of Surabaya Dr. Hj.  ...  Yuni Sri Rahayu, M.Si which has funded the publication of this scientific article/paper.  ...  In the new world era, the economy evolved from traditional pattern to the industry, and now to the knowledge based economy (KBE).  ... 
doi:10.17509/invotec.v12i1.4504 fatcat:wlwhueaq2jgb3dpunjrr7l4onm

Site Formation Processes of Submerged Shipwrecks. MATTHEW E. KEITH (editor), 2016. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. xi + 276 pp. $79.95 (hardcover), ISBN 978-0-8130-6162-7

Russell K. Skowronek
2018 American Antiquity  
Johns River region, highlighting possible uses, the shift in technology from shell to pottery, and the everyday work of creating these artifacts.  ...  In the introduction, the volume's editor, Matthew Keith, and Ian Oxley note that underwater archaeologists have recognized the importance of understanding the processes affecting site formation since the  ... 
doi:10.1017/aaq.2018.30 fatcat:ortbhal6irbe3oaiukclw46y4q
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