Collaborative search and communities of interest: Trends in knowledge sharing and assessment

| April 2, 2012

Title: Collaborative search and communities of interest: Trends in knowledge sharing and assessment

Editor: Pascal Franq

Publisher: Information Science Reference

Call Number: ZA3075 .C665 2011

From the Publisher:

Since the dawn of the 21st Century the invention of Web 2.0 has enabled people from all backgrounds to contribute content on the Internet. In doing so, the Internet has become more of a social platform, thus establishing a growing need for innovative social software and the organization of collaborative interest communities.

Collaborative Search and Communities of Interest: Trends in Knowledge Sharing and Assessment provides a comprehensive collection of knowledge from experts within the Information and Knowledge Management field. Outlining various concepts from an application and technical stand point and providing insight on the various dimensions (sociological, psychological, technical, etc.) of social Internet collaboration. This book provides solutions to the detection of interest communities, as well as the study of how tools and knowledge sharing impact the environment where they are used.

About the Editor:

Professor Pascal Franq is a science collaborator at beams

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