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Should, you believe Wikipedia? : online communities and the construction of knowledge Book
Book | Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom ; 2022.

  • 1 of 1 Copy Available at Libraries in Niagara Cooperative
  • 0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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Grimsby 302.231 Bru Non-fiction Copy hold / Volume hold Available
About

"As we interact online we are creating new kinds of knowledge and community. How are these communities formed? How do we know whether to trust them as sources of information? In other words, Should we believe Wikipedia? This book explores what community is, what knowledge is, how the internet facilitates new kinds of community, and how knowledge is shaped through online collaboration and conversation. Along the way the author tackles issues such as how we represent ourselves online and how this shapes how we interact, why there is so much bad behavior online and what we can do about it. And the most important question of all: What can we as internet users and designers do to help the internet to bring out the best in us all?"--
Details

  • ISBN: 9781108748407
  • Physical Description: 274 pages ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2022.
  • Bibliography, etc. Note:
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Formatted Contents Note:
    Are online "communities" really communities? -- What can online collaboration accomplish? -- Should you believe Wikipedia? -- How does the internet change how we think? -- How do people express identity online, and why is this important for online interaction? -- What is bad online behavior, and what can we do about it? -- How do business models shape online communities? -- How can we help the internet to bring out the best in us all?

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