Vol 3, No 1 (2007)

Stewarding technologies for collaboration, community building and knowledge sharing in development

Table of Contents


Editorial: Stewarding technologies for collaboration, community building and knowledge sharing in development Details PDF
Nancy White, Beth Kanter, Partha Sarker, Oreoluwa Somolu, Beverly Trayner, Brenda Zulu, Lucie Lamoureux 2-4


Users and tools: the art of matchmaking. Challenges in choosing appropriate online collaboration tools for development professionals and practitioners Abstract PDF
Vic Klabbers, Nynke Kruiderink 5-25
Limitations of knowledge sharing in academia. A case from Nigeria Abstract PDF
Oluwaseyitanfunmi Osunade, Foluso Phillips Oluwaseun, Ojo Oluwasesin 26-34
The personal research portal: web 2.0 driven individual commitment with open access for development Abstract PDF
Ismael Peña-López 35-48

Case studies

Development through Dialogue. A showcase of Dgroups from three perspectives; institutional, project and capacity development level Abstract PDF
Titi Akinsamni, Andrea Aranguren, Manju Chatani, Nynke Kruiderink, Theresa Stanton 49-67
Using ICTs for knowledge sharing and collaboration: an international experience based on Bellanet’s work in the South Abstract PDF
Margarita Salas Guzmán 68-78
Web2.0 supported rural communities: a case study from Portugal Abstract PDF
Josien Kapma 79-92
‘Healthcare Information for All by 2015’: a community of purpose facilitated by Reader-Focused Moderation Abstract PDF
Neil Pakenham-Walsh 93-108
Citizen sourcing in the public interest Abstract PDF
Lars Hasselblad Torres 134-145


Technology stewardship in the face of a crisis. An interview with Dina Mehta Abstract PDF
Beth Kanter, Nancy White 109-114


Using a dgroup with third party online applications for a cause Abstract PDF
Giacomo Rambaldi 115-125
A stealth transformation: introducing wikis to the UN Abstract PDF
Anna Maron, Mikel Maron 126-130

Community Notes

Community Notes. Blogs: lessons from a rookie Abstract PDF
Michelle Laurie 131-133

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