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Index

abundance

economics 85-87

education 87-90

pedagogy and 91-95

blogging 1-5, 18, 47, 49, 56, 116, 126, 149, 180

community norms 67-68

recognition of 130, 137, 139

books 33, 57, 66, 156

writing 1-3

Boyer, Ernest 12, 41-44, 52, 63, 64, 74, 76, 96, 184

Carr, Nicholas 32, 155-56, 158

cloud computing 123, 160, 162, 179-80

communities of practice 93

conference

amplification 119-21

backchannel 118-119

format of 122-23

network weather and 116

online 123-26

remote participation 116-118

connectivism 50, 88, 93-94, 95, 112

constructivism 92

crowdsourcing 46, 60, 162

data sharing 8, 45-46, 174, 179


data visualisation 46, 57, 59

digital scholarship

blogs 5

characteristics 6-7

definition 4-5, 44

and promotion 129-38

Downes, Stephen 25, 50, 94, 95, 112

generativity 81, 107, 152

Groom, Jim 68, 112, 181, 182

higher education

and abundance 87-90

components of 37-38

differences from other sectors 180-82

as long-tail system 78-80, 84

response to digital 39-40

Hirst, Tony 59-60, 70, 79

identity 49, 99, 103, 136, 159-60

ownership and 33-34

reputation and 53, 106

informal learning 22

interdisciplinarity 64-66

blogs and 67-68, 74

Twitter and 69-74

Keen, Andrew 30, 156-58, 164

Lanier Jaron 164,168,183

long-tail 22, 39, 87, 90, 182


and higher education 78-80, 84

memes 82, 161

metrics 36, 55, 134-36, 150-52, 173

music industry 25, 31-36, 85-86, 101, 164

net generation 15-21

network weather 114-116, 126-27

newspaper industry 29-31, 169

open access 9, 23, 80

advantages of 147-49

publishing models 144-47

open education 23-24, 34-36, 49-50,

big and little 105, 112-113

courses 111-112, 181

changing nature of 96-97

effectiveness of 102-104

movement 104

sustainability 107, 164

and technology 100-102

open scholarship 51, 98-99

open source communities 23, 93

pedagogy 8, 11, 27, 154, 157

and scarcity 88

theories 91-94

peer review 43, 56, 62, 141, 143, 150-52, 157, 170

open 48,

and promotion 130-34, 137-39,


PLoS 150-51

problem-based learning 91-92

promotion

digital scholarship and 129-38

peer-review 131, 137

process 128-29

prospect theory 170

public engagement 76-78

publishing

business of 143-44

process 141-42

quality 35, 55, 65,156-58, 165

of OERs 105-106, 108, 110

and open access 148

and peer-review 48, 53, 131, 142, 153

recognising 5, 131, 134, 136

research 45

adoption of new technology 52-56

blogs and 59-60

cycle 56-57

granularity of 57-58

methodology 46, 57-60

promotion and 128-29

resilience 177-180

resource-based learning 91

scholarship 4, 41-43
ownership of 179-80

Shirky, Clay 30-32, 81, 90, 155, 169

Siemens, George 50, 77, 84, 88, 93-94, 112, 172

Slideshare 62, 77, 101,117, 120, 123, 136, 179

as OER site 24, 100, 105, 108-9

technological determinism 10-11

Twitter 8, 36, 56, 61, 79, 99, 111, 166

in book writing 2-3

community norms 67, 69-74

at conferences 44, 59, 115-20, 126

identity 159

open API 11, 23, 34, 46, 97

and reciprocity 102-103

webometrics 136

web 2.0 7, 23, 34, 66, 77, 89, 92, 97, 100, 109

and quality 156-57

and recognition 136, 138

and researchers 52, 55-56

Weinberger, David 32, 36, 151

Wiley, David 80, 104, 105, 107-108, 111

Wikipedia 1, 27, 60, 81, 108, 124, 151, 161, 167, 171

YouTube 2, 5, 8, 22, 34, 81, 123, 136

and innovation 62

as OER site 100-101, 105, 109

statistics 21, 23, 25, 49, 77, 108

takedowns 82, 154