Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning

Amit Schejter

Prof. Amit Schejter research group

Prof. Amit Schejter research group: Dr. Orit Ben-Harush, Noam Tirosh, Shula Mola, Jonathan Mendels.

Research Objectives: Explore the information needs of marginalized communities. Analyze how ICT use can address these needs Design empowering policy interventions.

Schejter, A. (forthcoming) “Rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens: Does democracy count?” In: R. Taylor & A. Schejter (eds.) Beyond Broadband: Developing data-based information policy strategies. New York: Fordham University Press

Media Frames: Journal of the Israel Communications Association, Issue 8: Regulation. Guest editor (2012)

Journal of Communication Inquiry, Volume 33 (4): Media Reform and Public Policy. Guest editor (with Laura Stein) (2009)

Schejter, A. (2009). Muting Israeli Democracy: How Media and Cultural Policy Undermine Free Expression. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press

Schejter, A. (2012) Has Israel completed its transition from a broadcasting state to a regulatory state? Special Editor’s introduction. Media Frames: The Journal of the Israel Communications Association 8, 11-27 (ז”כ-א”י) [in Hebrew]

Professor Schejter is Head of the Department of Communication Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Visiting Professor and Co-Director of the Institute for Information Policy at Penn State University. He heads the BGU-COM-LINKS research team, whose research focuses on the information and communication needs of marginalized communities.

BGU COM LINKS is a team of researchers led by Professor Amit Schejter of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, department of communication studies.