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The role of academic publishers in shaping the development of Web 2.0 services for scholarly communication

James Stewart, Rob Procter, Robin Williams, Meik Poschen
2012 New Media & Society  
We present findings from two case studies of how scholarly communications service providers are responding to the opportunities and challenges of Web 2.0 to innovate their service offerings.  ...  We explore the experiences of two academic publishers as they have attempted to appropriate and innovate around Web 2.0 ideas and services.  ...  They can delegate this to users to a certain degree using a Web 2.0 'wisdom of the crowds' approach (Surowieck, 2004) , it is not clear that 'crowds' are that enthusiastic to take part, or function effectively  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444812465141 fatcat:m6qwzegknrcerohqnrbcrma4nq

Technology Sharing Decisions Digital Technologies and Sharing Economy

2021 Innovative Systems Design and Engineering  
The objective of the paper is to support sharing of digital technologies and forums in order to achieve a sustainable shared economy.  ...  offers significance collective solutions to areas such as employment and income generation; natural resources stewardship; asset sharing; knowledge exchange, education and professional establishment; crowd  ...  Provided the progressing procedure of digitization, social network extension as well as Web 2.0, the idea of sharing has undergone a substantial development in the recent years (Lewandowska, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.7176/isde/12-1-04 fatcat:jygpope5afantkyo2gmnp3sc4q

Living Innovation Laboratory Model Design and Implementation [article]

Yuting Zheng
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Big data, crowd sourcing, crowd funding and crowd testing take place in suitable steps to realize UUI, MCC and PCA throughout the innovation process in LIL 2.0.  ...  It would become a guideline for any company or organization to develop a project in the form of an LIL 2.0 project. To prove the feasibility of LIL Goal Net Model, it was applied to two real cases.  ...  That is why most successful corporations put a lot of effort on recognizing customer requirements on product and service. Take the massive generation of Web 2.0 websites as an example.  ... 
arXiv:1601.07250v1 fatcat:g5ncaeyvu5efxaowfkbpzyhv2u

UBI-Hotspot 1.0: Large-Scale Long-Term Deployment of Interactive Public Displays in a City Center

Timo Ojala, Hannu Kukka, Tomas Lindén, Tommi Heikkinen, Marko Jurmu, Simo Hosio, Fabio Kruger
2010 2010 Fifth International Conference on Internet and Web Applications and Services  
We focus on the first version of the UBI-hotspot which offers a wide range of services via different interaction modalities.  ...  We analyze the usage and user acceptance of the UBI-hotspots from qualitative and quantitative data collected over a period of eight months.  ...  UBI-portal is effectively a web portal of various information and leisure services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iciw.2010.49 fatcat:cu3izf4mmzh6xnb255k6fs4ipq

Patient safety in ambulance services: a scoping review

Joanne D Fisher, Karoline Freeman, Aileen Clarke, Peter Spurgeon, Mike Smyth, Gavin D Perkins, Mark-Alexander Sujan, Matthew W Cooke
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
The depth of analysis is limited by the remit of a scoping exercise and availability of data.ResultsWe identified studies exploring different aspects of safety, which were of variable quality and with  ...  reported to NHSLA were analysed to identify number and cost of claims from mistakes and/or poor service, and summaries of coroners' reports were assessed using thematic analysis to identify underlying  ...  We are particularly grateful to Geoff Aitchison, the patient representative who assisted with the development of the grant application and in the initial planning of the project.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03210 fatcat:fvl4yakplbcyfdoqgrbcjjro7m

Ancillary Services Available to the Orthopedic Surgeon

Jack M. Bert
2008 The Orthopedic cllinics of North America  
Acknowledgments The author acknowledges the expertise of Farley Kaufmann, CPA, and Stacie Usem, CPA, and thank them for their suggestions in the development of the content of this article.  ...  Who should control and profit from technical component revenue streams from procedures and diagnostic testing is at its heart a turf war between physicians and hospitals.  ...  If the services are performed outside an MSA, and 75% of the patients live outside the MSA, joint ownership of the venture is possible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ocl.2007.08.001 pmid:18061762 fatcat:zl5ilgspyreudfvmpauqwh6aea

The Implications of Information Democracy and Digital Socialism for Public Libraries [chapter]

Esin Sultan Oğuz, Leif Kajberg
2010 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
In fact, the easy-to-use technologies of Web 2.0 challenge the basic principles of information services provision undertaken by libraries.  ...  In discussing the survival of public libraries and devising an updated role for libraries in the age of Google and social media, attention should be given to fleshing out a new vision for the public library  ...  "Within the framework of collective intelligence, real-time democracy is the absolute antithesis of the demagoguery of live action broadcasts and the immediacy of crowd behaviour" (Lévy, 1997, p. 77).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16032-5_2 fatcat:pfxk6hag2nc4phbzksadnmt7dy

Bringing "Social" Into Sales: The Impact of Salespeople'S Social Media Use on Service Behaviors and Value Creation

Raj Agnihotri, Prabakar Kothandaraman, Rajiv Kashyap, Ramendra Singh
2012 Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management  
The explosive growth in the use of social media has evoked a "gold rush"-like response from organizations.  ...  To address this issue, we advance a theoretical framework to explain the mechanisms through which salespeople's use of social media operates to create value, and propose a strategic approach to social  ...  Kaplan and Haenlein defined social media as "a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of User  ... 
doi:10.2753/pss0885-3134320304 fatcat:m45u5hqv3natfdwly6zoyavsdy

Theoretical Foundations of the Web: Cognition, Communication, and Co-Operation. Towards an Understanding of Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0

Christian Fuchs, Wolfgang Hofkirchner, Matthias Schafranek, Celina Raffl, Marisol Sandoval, Robert Bichler
2010 Future Internet  
in 2007 that a sociology of and in Web 2.0 is needed.  ...  According to this understanding, we identify three qualities of the Web, namely Web 1.0 as a Web of cognition, Web 2.0 as a Web of human communication, and Web 3.0 as a Web of co-operation.  ...  This possible better future is cast as vision of a Global Sustainable Information Society.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi2010041 fatcat:r5uawbx6r5fgjfjtgzljnfzgsi

Organisational changes in service provision outside critical care impact on referral patterns

A Tridente, L Cecchini, S Lobaz, A Chick, S Keep, S Furmanova, D Bryden
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  By providing the facility to determine exactly who accessed each CD cupboard at which time, this initial study has shown the benefi ts of the Limpet as a tool for detecting theft.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13198 pmcid:PMC4068620 fatcat:sosovuy265ecnmwoj7dqkuhwby

New developments in time technology – projects, data, computing and services (Time Pieces))
English

Merz Joachim
2013 Electronic International Journal of Time Use Reserach  
Second, texting provides a perception of privacy and confidentiality unavailable (or not easily available) with Web 2.0-based social networking 1 The same study put the median number of texts per day  ...  Respondents received ten dollars upon completion of the Web survey. 124 respondents completed the Web questionnaire yielding a response rate of 38 percent. 8 The final question of the Web survey was a  ...  She uses time use as well as a range of other data sources to argue that working women's lives have developed along diverging trajectories.  ... 
doi:10.13085/eijtur.10.1.91-111 fatcat:3kt267zuarbztjme6crahuei2m

Introducing German pre-service teachers to remote teaching: Policy, preparation and perceptions of competence development of future foreign language teachers

Sandra Stadler-Heer
2021 Training Language and Culture  
Survival of the fittest (or biggest) seems to be the order of the day.  ...  Over the course of the summer term 2020, pre-service teachers got more experienced in designing foreign language activities with the help of web applications.  ...  setting, or providing services in a more professional situation.  ... 
doi:10.22363/2521-442x-2021-5-1-68-85 fatcat:avh7f5isv5am5as5jy5h3luz5m

The discursive construction of discrimination: The representation of migrants in the Korean public service broadcasting news

Jaewon Joo
2015 Asian and Pacific Migration Journal  
With the use of critical discourse analysis (CDA) it demonstrates that PSB gives a concrete form to the ideological constructions of Otherness, sometimes transforming subtle cultural or social differences  ...  The starting point of this study is an examination of the vital role of public service broadcasting (PSB) in Korean society, where ethnic minorities have increasingly become visible.  ...  A report of Ofcom, for instance, shows the total volume of multicultural programmes on the five public service broadcasting channels, including the BBC, in 2002 was 2.0 hours a week on average, a figure  ... 
doi:10.1177/0117196815579959 fatcat:4szcl53fpzhabdp4rs2jqw4n54

Global transcreators and the extension of the Korean webtoon IP-engine

Brian Yecies, Aegyung Shim, Jack (Jie) Yang, Peter Yong Zhong
2019 Media Culture and Society  
Webtoons are fast cementing their place as a new sector of the digital media industries, with interest in this niche comic form increasing on a monthly basis across a range of platforms.  ...  platform of its kind.  ...  a development which the basic Web 2.0 environment makes possible.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0163443719867277 fatcat:kptwvuxet5dhhggxlrecz6pism

Introduction of the Kaifu telemedicine system for emergency medicine to ambulance services with improvement of the survival rates

F Obata, R Tabata, K Mori, T Kageji, K Tani, H Bando
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  By providing the facility to determine exactly who accessed each CD cupboard at which time, this initial study has shown the benefi ts of the Limpet as a tool for detecting theft.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13258 pmcid:PMC4068366 fatcat:tuoz6o7odndl7blnehgaoibvwi
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