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Interactions and Innovation in Educational On-line Communities
|Title:||Interactions and Innovation in Educational On-line Communities|
|Author Affiliation:||Michael-Brian Ogawa - University of Hawaii at Manoa|
Martha Crosby - University of Hawaii at Manoa
|Abstract:||Participating in on-line social networks gives people the opportunity to collaborate with others regardless of geographic locale. Social networks were initially developed with entertainment in mind, as opposed to collaboration and productivity. The research team developed a social network for the purpose of collaboration and productivity. After the social network (3Helix.org) was created, the researchers studied the groups, value, gender, trust, and innovations that developed in the on-line community.|
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TCC 2015 Proceedings|
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