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

information access

Kalman, Y., Raban, D.R. and Rafaeli, S. (forthcoming). Netified: Social cognition in crowds and clouds. In The Social Net 2e. Y. A. Hamburger (Ed.), Oxford University Press.

Baram Tsabari A., Segev E, & Sharon A. (2014). Temporal Patterns of Scientific Information-Seeking on Google and Wikipedia. Presented as a talk in the 9th annual Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research Learning in the Technological Era in Raanana, Israel (11-12 Feb).
Collective Intellignece 2014, poster presentation

Dorit Geifman and Hila Koren present their paper GEM: A Model for Collective Ideation at the Collective Intellignece 2014, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston

networked society
Event date: 
17/09/2014 - 09:00

Following the tradition that began with the establishment of our I-CORE, the LINKS Community meets again for a fascinating encounter of two consecutive days during which lectures, workshops and meetings will be held. 

Saad, A., Kuflick, Z., Weiss, P.L. and Schreuer, N. (2014). Assistive Technology. doi:10.3109/17483107.2012.723238.

The aim of this study was to use the 

Grynzspan, O., Perez-Diaz, F., Weiss, P.L. and Gal, E. (2013).Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice. DOI:10.1177/1362361313476767

Event date: 
10/06/2014 (All day)

Dorit Geifman and Hila Koren, fellow reserachers at the LINKS projects will present their paper GEM: A Model for Collective Ideation at the poster session.

Geifman, D., & Koren, H. (2014). GEM: A Model for Collective Ideation. The Collective Intelligence 2014, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA.

To cope with today's hyper-competitive and fast-pacing world of business, many corporations use open innovation processes, which facilitate information aggregation, forecasting, problem solving, and idea management to leverage the collective intelligence of internal and external stakeho

Social media is a central and important platform for science communication in general and vaccine communication in particular, since a  growing  number  of  people  use  the  internet  to  obtain  health  information,  including  information  about vaccines.