List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Communication and Collaboration in a Web 2.0 World.
3: Knowledge Sharing in the Age of Web 2.0: A Social Capital Perspective.
4: Redefining Participation in Online Community: Some Neglected Topics.
5: Cyber Identity: Our Alter-Ego?.
6: Communities, Communication, and Online Identities.
7: Social Network Citizenship.
8: Web 2.0 as a Foundation for Social Media Marketing: Global Perspectives and the Local Case of Croatia.
9: The Creation and Management of Online Brand Communities.
10: Intelligence in Web Technology.
11: Social Networking, Cyber Bullying, and the Role of Community Education.
12: Cyberbullying: The Bad and the Ugly Side of Information Age.
13: Cyber Criminals on the Internet Super Highways: A Technical Investigation of Different Shades and Colours within the Nigerian Cyber Space.
14: What is Cyberterrorism and How Real is the Threat? A Review of the Academic Literature, 1996 – 2009.
15: A Vulnerability-Based Model of Cyber Weapons and its Implications for Cyber Conflict.
16: Development and Design Methodologies.
17: Cyber Risks in Energy Grid ICT Infrastructures.
18: Safeguarding Australia from Cyber-Terrorism: A SCADA Risk Framework.
19: Distributed Monitoring: A Framework for Securing Data Acquisition.
20: An Alternative Framework for Research on Situational Awareness in Computer Network Defense.
21: Toward an Understanding of Online Community Participation through Narrative Network Analysis.
22: Virtual Communities of Practice as a Support for Knowledge Sharing in Social Networks.
23: Semantically Linking Virtual Communities.
24: E-Infrastructures for International Cooperation.
25: Designing and Implementing Online Collaboration Tools in West Africa.
26: A Framework for Government 2.0 Development and Implementation: The Case of U.S. Federal Government.
27: Cyber-Search and Cyber-Seizure: Policy Considerations of Cyber Operations and Fourth Amendment Implications.
28: Creating an Emotionally Resilient Virtual and On-Campus Student Community at K-State through the University Life Café: A Case Study about Understanding the Users of a Socio-Technical Space.
1: Competencies 2.0: A Theoretical Model for Defining and Managing a Presence Plan on the Web.
2: Tools and Technologies.
3: Web 2.0 Open Remote and Virtual Laboratories in Engineering Education.
4: Mobile Web 2.0 Integration.
5: Virtual Learning Communities: Interaction in Blended Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools.
6: Virtual Collaborative Learning: Opportunities and Challenges of Web 2.0-Based E-Learning Arrangements for Developing Countries.
7: Analyzing Critical Functions of Recording Tools for Synchronous Cyber Classroom Instruction.
8: Individual E-Portfolios: Can a Classic Tool for Teachers and Students be Merged with Web 2.0 Tools for Reflective Learning?.
9: An E-Portfolio to Support E-Learning 2.0.
10: The Meeting Point of Second Life® and Web 2.0: Self-Discovery for Writing.
11: Virtual World Avatar Branding.
12: Application of Collaborative Technologies: Enterprise 2.0 in Virtual Enterprise Context.
13: Technological Support for Online Communities Focusing on Music Creation: Adopting Collaboration, Flexibility, and Multiculturality from Brazilian Creativity Styles.
14: Web 2.0 Technologies and Authentic Public Participation: Engaging Citizens in Decision Making Processes.
15: China's Cyber Tool: Striving to Attain Electronic Shi?.
16: Tracking Public Participation in Urban Governance: Democracy and Data Privacy.
17: Botnets and Cyber Security: Battling Online Threats.
18: Utilization and Application.
19: Cyber Command and Control: A Military Doctrinal Perspective on Collaborative Situation Awareness for Decision Making.
20: Using Web 2.0 as a Community Policing Strategy: An Examination of the United States Municipal Police Departments.
21: Security and Privacy Issues in E-Government.
22: The Use of Internet by Diasporic Communities for Political Mobilization.
23: Towards E-Government Information Platforms for Enterprise 2.0.
24: E-Marketing on Online Social Networks and Ethical Issues.
25: Application of Social Media Tools by Retailers.
26: Using Web 2.0 Features on Social Networks for Word-of-Mouth Effects.
27: An Innovative Approach to Enhance Collaboration in the Biomedical Field.
28: Social Networking in Academic Libraries: A State-of-the-Art Review of Web 2.0 Library Applications, Issues, and Concerns.
29: Norms, Practices, and Rules of Virtual Community of Online Gamers: Applying the Institutional Theoretical Lens.
30: A Distributed Community of Practice to Facilitate Communication, Collaboration, and Learning among Faculty.
1: Web 2.0 for Language Learning: Benefits and Challenges for Educators.
2: Digital Storytelling with Web 2.0 Tools for Collaborative Learning.
3: Organizational and Social Implications.
4: Student Mentors in Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces.
5: The Continued Use of a Virtual Community: An Information Adoption Perspective.
6: E-Behaviour Trends and Patterns among Malaysian Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents.
7: Wikipedia's Success and the Rise of the Amateur-Expert.
8: Virtual Communities as Contributors for Digital Objects Metadata Generation.
9: Mindclone Technoselves: Multi-Substrate Legal Identities, Cyber-Psychology, and Biocyberethics.
10: Web 2.0, the Individual, and the Organization: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Compliance.
11: Identification vs. Self-Verification in Virtual Communities (VC): Theoretical Gaps and Design Implications.
12: Human Rights, the Global War on Transnational Terror, and the Mixed Roles of ICT: A Meta-Analysis.
13: Cyber-Bullying, Personality and Coping among Pre-Adolescents.
14: Virtual Hate Communities in the 21st Century.
15: When the Virtual and the Real Clash: Power and Politics in a Social Networking Community.
16: From Town Hall to the Virtual Community: Engaging the Public with Web 2.0 and Social Media Applications.
17: Users' Involvement in the Innovation Process through Web 2.0: A Framework for Involvement Analysis in a Brazilian Automotive Company.
18: Managerial Impact.
19: The Pedagogical Considerations in the Design of Virtual Worlds for Organization Learning.
20: Organizational Learning and Web 2.0 Technologies: Improving the Planning and Organization of a Software Development Process.
21: Meeting Them Halfway: Using Social Networking to Connect with Students.
22: The Web 2.0 Mandate for a Transition from Webmaster to Wiki Master.
23: US Cities and Social Networking: A Focus on City Websites and Mayors.
24: Improving CRM 2.0 through Collective Intelligence by Using CBIR Algorithms.
25: A Framework for Customer Knowledge Management Based on Social Semantic Web: A Hotel Sector Approach.
26: Exploiting Technological Potentialities for Collaborative New Product Development.
27: Usability Impact Analysis of Collaborative Environments.
28: Capturing Tacit Knowledge within Business Simulation Games.
29: The Community Manager and Social Media Networks: The Case of Local Governments in Spain.
30: An Approach to Governance of CyberSecurity in South Africa.
1: Al-Qaeda on Web 2.0: Radicalization and Recruitment Strategies.
2: Critical Issues.
3: Model-Based Evaluation of the Impact of Attacks to the Telecommunication Service of the Electrical Grid.
4: The Role of Web 2.0 in the Arab Spring.
5: The Use and Abuse of Digital Democracy: Case Study of Mybarackobama.com.
6: Are ICT/Web 2.0 Tools Influencing Civic Engagement in Modern Democracies? An Exploratory Analysis from India.
7: Studying Web 2.0 Interactivity: A Research Framework and Two Case Studies.
8: Empirical Study of Cyber Harassment among Social Networks.
9: A Study of the Predictive Relationship between Online Social Presence and ONLE Interaction.
10: The Role of Social Networking Sites for Language Learning in UK Higher Education: The Views of Learners and Practitioners.
11: Toward an Infrastructural Approach to Understanding Participation in Virtual Communities.
12: An Examination of the Factors Influencing Consumers' Visit of C2C Websites.
13: Understanding Brand Implication and Engagement on Facebook.
14: Virtual Communities in Marketing Processes: A Marketing Framework.
15: Networked Knowledge Workers on the Web: An Examination of US Trends, 2008–2010.
16: Social Net/work(ing) on Facebook: An Analysis of Audiences, Producers, and Immaterial Laborers.
17: Viewing Cybercommunities through the Lens of Modernity: The Case of Second Life.
18: Emerging Trends.
19: Virtual Communities as Subaltern Public Spheres: A Theoretical Development and an Application to the Chinese Internet.
20: Citizens Collaboration and Co-Creation in Public Service Delivery: The COCKPIT Project.
21: Conducting Research in the Cloud.
22: Child Security in Cyberspace through Moral Cognition.
23: A Systemic Approach to Online Sharing Motivations: A Cross-Disciplinary Synthesis of Rhetorical Analysis and Gift Research.
24: The “Right to be Forgotten” in the Era of Social Media and Cloud Computing.
25: Law and Technology at Crossroads in Cyberspace: Where Do We Go From Here?.
26: Motivating Cybersecurity: Assessing the Status of Critical Infrastructure as an Object of Cyber Threats.
27: Advancing Cyber Resilience Analysis with Performance-Based Metrics from Infrastructure Assessments.
28: Abstract Service for Cyber Physical Service Composition.
29: Threats to the Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) Posed by Modern Terrorism.
30: Using Hybrid Attack Graphs to Model and Analyze Attacks against the Critical Information Infrastructure.