Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
About the Editors.
1: How the Crowd Can Teach.
2: Social Networking and Schools: Early Responses and Implications for Practice.
3: Cyber-Identities and Social Life in Cyberspace.
4: Weblogs in Higher Education.
5: Social Navigation and Local Folksonomies: Technical and Design Considerations for a Mobile Information System.
6: Social Cognitive Ontology and User Driven Healthcare.
7: Social Identities, Group Formation, and the Analysis of Online Communities.
8: The Emergence of Agency in Online Social Networks.
9: Exploiting Collaborative Tagging Systems to Unveil the User-Experience of Web Contents: An Operative Proposal.
10: The Roles of Social Networks and Communities in Open Education Programs.
11: Distributed Learning Environments and Social Software: In Search for a Framework of Design.
12: Exploring the Role of Social Software in Higher Education.
13: Identifying New Virtual Competencies for the Digital Age: Essential Tools for Entry Level Workers.
14: Social Structures of Online Religious Communities.
15: Living, Working, Teaching and Learning by Social Software.
16: Supporting Student Blogging in Higher Education.
17: Blogs as a Social Networking Tool to Build Community.
18: A Model for Knowledge and Innovation in Online Education.
19: Using Social Software for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
20: The Potential of Enterprise Social Software in Integrating Exploitative and Explorative Knowledge Strategies.
21: Personal Knowledge Management Skills for Lifelong –Learners 2.0.
22: Reconceptualising Information Literacy for the Web 2.0 Environment?.
23: Pedagogical Responses to Social Software in Universities.
24: Knowledge Media Tools to Foster Social Learning.
25: A Critical Cultural Reading of “YouTube”.
26: The Personal Research Portal.
27: Ambient Pedagogies, Meaningful Learning and Social Software.
28: Interactivity Redefined for the Social Web.
29: Transliteracy as a Unifying Perspective.
30: Bridging the Gap Between Web 2.0 and Higher Education.
31: Destructive Creativity on the Social Web: Learning through Wikis in Higher Education.
32: Presence in Social Networks.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.