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The purpose of this article is to suggest commons-based peer-production as a form of work that can help bridge the gap between research and practice in LIS. The research design is based on two in-depth and longitudinal qualitative case studies of collaborative projects involving LIS academics and practitioners in Italy. Analysis of interviews and texts was conducted to study the interplay between sociotechnical aspects of work organization and the activities of the actors. The results suggestdoi:10.1177/0961000612438430 fatcat:hpvi7gun7vhvlcnhf5ryilm7ye