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The biennial Communities and Technologies (C&T) conference is the premier international forum for stimulating scholarly debate and disseminating research on the complex connections between communities – both physical and virtual – and information and communication technologies. C&T 2011 welcomes participation from researchers, designers, educators, industry, and students from the many disciplines and perspectives bearing on the interaction between community and technology, including architecture, arts, business, design, economics, education, engineering, ergonomics, information technology, geography, health, humanities, law, media and communication studies, and social sciences. The conference program will include competitively selected, peer-reviewed papers, as well as pre-conference workshops, a doctoral consortium, and invited keynote and panel speakers. We look forward to welcoming you to an exciting conference in Brisbane, Australia’s new world city.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 20
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2011Global online meetings in virtual teams: from media choice to interaction negotiationPongolini, Malin; Lundin, Johan; Svensson, Lars
2011panOULU: triple helix driven municipal wireless network providing open and free internet accessOjala, Timo; Orajärvi, Jukka; Puhakka, Katriina; Heikkinen, Ilari; Heikka, Juhani
2011Crowdsourcing in the cultural heritage domain: opportunities and challengesOomen, Johan; Aroyo, Lora
2011Questions, inspiration, feedback, and contributions: how entrepreneurs network onlineNylander, Stina; Rudström, Åsa
2011The spaces between: ICT and marginalization in the South African cityOdendaal, Nancy
2011Discussing illicit drugs in public internet forums: visibility, stigma, and pseudonymityBarratt, Monica J.
2011Plugged in to the community: social motivators in online goal-setting groupsBurke, Moira; Settles, Burr
2011Do lurking learners contribute less?: a knowledge co-construction perspectiveChen, Fei-Ching; Chang, Hsiu-Mei
2011Playing with empathy: digital role-playing games in public meetingsGordon, Eric; Schirra, Steven
2011Motivating domestic energy conservation through comparative, community-based feedback in mobile and social mediaPetkov, Petromil; Köbler, Felix; Foth, Marcus; Krcmar, Helmut
2011Brewing up citizen engagement: the coffee party on facebookMascaro, Christopher M.; Goggins, Sean P.
2011Suicide effects: designing for deathRod, Jan; Graham, Connor; Gibbs, Martin
2011Bridging the affective gap to make news felt: spaces of aestheticized public voiceBrynskov, Martin; Leong, Tuck Wah; Fritsch, Jonas
2011Social network analysis of an online dating networkChen, Lin; Nayak, Richi
2011Communication content relations to coordination and trust over time: a computer game perspectiveRichter, Sebastian; Lechner, Ulrike
2011Wiki-based community collaboration in organizationsMansour, Osama; Abusalah, Mustafa; Askenäs, Linda
2011Where should I send my post?: the concept of discourse quality in online forums and its dependency on membership sizeAschoff, Felix-Robinson; Schaer, Verena; Schwabe, Gerhard
2011Public deliberation in municipal planning: supporting action and reflection with mobile technologyBohøj, Morten; Borchorst, Nikolaj G.; Bødker, Susanne; Korn, Matthias; Zander, Pär-Ola
2011Mail2Wiki: Low-cost Sharing and Early Curation from Email to WikisHanrahan, Ben; Bouchard, Guillaume; Convertino, Gregorio; Weksteen, Thiebaud; Kong, Nicholas; Archambeau, Cedric; Chi, Ed H.
2011Public engagement with biomedical research through location-sensitive technologyNaylor, Ryan; Elliott, Kristine; Gray, Kathleen; Wadley, Greg
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