SHARE-ITA Blog “from Researchers for Researchers”  Martin Rehm, Florian Henning, Joeri Bruynickx, Koen Beumer, Daniëlle Ve...
Blogssimple webpage consisting of brief paragraphsof different types of information that arecalled posts and are arranged ...
Blogs• January 2009 - 133 million blogs            (Meyer, 2010)• “new form of mainstream personal  communication” (Rosenb...
Academic Tribes                  - Common Culture
SHARE-IT• Support & Help for Academic REsearchers by using  Information Technology• Generic Skills:   – archive one’s lite...
Element of Ownership• “from researchers          - for researchers”• online polls & questionnaires• “Talents” share inform...
Interaction via Comments• a pivotal aspect in ensuring  the success of a blog (e.g. Churchill, 2011; Meyer, 2010)• Feedbac...
(Rich) Media• positively influence user  concentration and contribute  to user perceived learning  outcomes    (Liu, Liao ...
Linking Virtual andActual Worlds• positively influences the level  of activity & general level of  recognition amongst the...
“Perpetual Beta”(Procter, Williams, & Stewart, 2010)Web 2.0 structures shouldnot be fixed and capable ofadapting to new tr...
“If you build it,will they come?”• Technology Acceptance  Model (TAM)  Davis (1989)• Simplicity attracted a lot of   – att...
“If you build it, will they come?”• Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of  Technology (UTAUT) (Venkatesh, Morris, Gordon...
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  1. 1. SHARE-ITA Blog “from Researchers for Researchers” Martin Rehm, Florian Henning, Joeri Bruynickx, Koen Beumer, Daniëlle Verstegen, Jeroen van Merrienboer EDiNEB 2012, Haarlem May 2012
  2. 2. Blogssimple webpage consisting of brief paragraphsof different types of information that arecalled posts and are arranged chronologicallywith the most recent first, in the style of anonline journal(Anderson, 2007)
  3. 3. Blogs• January 2009 - 133 million blogs (Meyer, 2010)• “new form of mainstream personal communication” (Rosenbloom, 2004)• “distributedness” (Lave & Wenger, 1991)• “collective intelligence” (Chu, Hwang, Tsai & Chen, 2009)• Group Blog (Philip & Nicholls, 2009)
  4. 4. Academic Tribes - Common Culture
  5. 5. SHARE-IT• Support & Help for Academic REsearchers by using Information Technology• Generic Skills: – archive one’s literature (e.g. Mendeley) – statistical software packages (e.g. STATA)• Sharing (tacit) knowledge Community of Practice (Lave & Wenger, 1991)
  6. 6. Element of Ownership• “from researchers - for researchers”• online polls & questionnaires• “Talents” share information – free from domain-specific jargon – practical example (from own research)
  7. 7. Interaction via Comments• a pivotal aspect in ensuring the success of a blog (e.g. Churchill, 2011; Meyer, 2010)• Feedback  co-determine trajectory• “Talents” start discussions and monitor their postings
  8. 8. (Rich) Media• positively influence user concentration and contribute to user perceived learning outcomes (Liu, Liao & Pratt, 2009)• interactive presentations• screen recordings• social bookmarking• …
  9. 9. Linking Virtual andActual Worlds• positively influences the level of activity & general level of recognition amongst the target group (e.g. Klamma, Chatti, Duval, Hummel, Thora, Kravcik, et al., 2007)• Linking up with workshop-type events at e.g. the university library
  10. 10. “Perpetual Beta”(Procter, Williams, & Stewart, 2010)Web 2.0 structures shouldnot be fixed and capable ofadapting to new trends &demands  “the principle of evolvability” (Dron, 2007)
  11. 11. “If you build it,will they come?”• Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) Davis (1989)• Simplicity attracted a lot of – attention (Liu, Liao & Pratt, 2009) – criticism (Bagozzi, 2007)  not taking into account group, cultural, and social aspects of technology acceptance
  12. 12. “If you build it, will they come?”• Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) (Venkatesh, Morris, Gordon, & Davis, 2003)• Individuals’ knowledge sharing intentions (Bock, Zmund, Kim, & Lee, 2005)• Contrasting findings with the results of similar research in the UK (Procter, Williams, & Stewart, 2010)
  13. 13. Web 2.0
  14. 14. shareit.maastrichtuniversity.nl

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