Springer, Dordrecht


386 Pages

ISBN 978-3-642-21795-1

Lecture Notes in Computer Science
vol. 6778

Online communities and social computing

4th international conference, OCSC 2011, held as part of HCI international 2011

Edited by

A Ant Ozok, Panayiotis Zaphiris

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing, OCSC 2011, held in Orlando, FL, USA in July 2011 in the framework of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2011 with 10 other thematically similar conferences. The 77 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the thematic area of online communities and social computing, addressing the following major topics:on-line communities and intelligent agents in education and research; blogs, Wikis and Twitters; social computing in business and the enterprise; social computing in everyday life; information management in social computing.

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Ant Ozok, A. , Zaphiris, P. (eds) (2011). Online communities and social computing: 4th international conference, OCSC 2011, held as part of HCI international 2011, Springer, Dordrecht.

Table of Contents

Promoting reflective learning

Ahmad Rahayu; Lutters Wayne G.


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Meet researcher in the real world using the conar

Baek Sung-Wook; Seo Jong-Hoon; Han Tack-Don


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Gaining insight into the application of second life in a computing course

Braman James; Dudley Alfreda; Colt Kidd; Vincenti Giovanni; Wang Yuanqiong


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Third agers and social networking in higher education

Connolly Christopher M.; Meiselwitz Gabriele


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A real-time disaster situation mapping system for university campuses

Iizuka Kayo; Iizuka Yasuki; Yoshida Kyoko


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Teacher agents

Reed Kevin; Meiselwitz Gabriele


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Interpreting user-generated content

Ahmad Rahayu; Lutters Wayne G.


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Extracting events from Wikipedia as RDF triples linked to widespread semantic web datasets

Aliprandi Carlo; Ronzano Francesco; Marchetti Andrea; Tesconi Maurizio; Minutoli Salvatore


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Collaborative sensemaking during admin permission granting in wikipedia

Derthick Katie; Tsao Patrick; Kriplean Travis; Borning Alan; Zachry Mark; McDonald David W.


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Mining social relationships in micro-blogging systems

Gao Qin; Qu Qu; Zhang Xuhui


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Tweet me home

Dharmavaram Sreenivasan Nirupama; Sian Lee Chei; Hoe-Lian Goh Dion


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An exploratory study of navigating Wikipedia semantically

Wu I-Chin; Lin Yi-Sheng; Liu Che-Hung


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Productivity improvement by using social-annotations about design intent in cad modelling process

Alducin-Quintero Gerardo; Contero Manuel; Martín-Gutiérrez Jorge; Guerra-Zubiaga David A.; Johnson Michael D.


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Damianos Laurie E.; Cuomo Donna L.; Drozdetski Stan


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"Your team cohesion is low"

Gamberini Luciano; Martino Francesco; Spagnolli Anna; Baù Roberto; Ferron Michela


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E-business solutions in the cable tv industry

Harrison Viorica; Wei June


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Online crowdsourcing in the public sector

Koch Giordano; Füller Johann; Brunswicker Sabine


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An m-pill framework in the electronic healthcare

Lee Nien-Chieh; Tran Hi; Yin Albert; Wei June


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Online design discussion sites

Sharmin Moushumi; Bailey Brian P.


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Social computing for home energy efficiency

Torrent-Moreno Marc; Giménez Rafael; Enrich Regina; Pérez María


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Conversational lives

Chen Heng; Kelliher Aisling


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Ohira Masao; Masaki Hitoshi; Matsumoto Ken-ichi


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Features to support persistent chat conversation

Rahimifar Mohsen; Salwah Salim Siti


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Preschoolers as video gamers

Voiskounsky Alexander


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Gazo gazo kun

Yoshino Takashi; Matsuo Tomoya


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A study on social network services visualization based on user needs

Suk Han Young; Kyu Choi Jong; Gu Ji Yong


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Beyond the social search

dos Reis Júlio Cesar; Bonacin Rodrigo


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Effects of a synchronized scoring interface on musical quality

Takai Yuji; Ohira Masao; Matsumoto Ken-ichi


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Measurement of tagging behavior differences

Tsai Li-Chen; Hwang Sheue-Ling; Tang Kuo-Hao


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Community search

Yongpisanpop Papon; Ohira Masao; Matsumoto Ken-ichi


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