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<big>'''About JOMC 490.004 – Blogging, We the Media and Virtual Communities
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== Help Us Plan to Celebrate [[15 Years of sunsite/Metalab/ibiblio]] ==
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The objective of this course is to enhance and extend our understanding of virtual or online communities. We will look not only at technologies for 'community building' such as listservs, discussion boards, fora, and portals, but also at successful and perhaps unsuccessful attempts at online community building.
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== Classes ==
  
We will attempt to define 'community' in several ways throughout our meetings: commercial, sociological, common terms as well as 'communities of practice' 'communities of faith' 'wired physical communities' 'learning communities' 'interest groups' and other claims for community.
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=== [[JOMC 449.001 2009]] ===
  
But we will also look at what is lost or restricted in these various definitions and conceptions of community -- difference, conflict and its resolutions, exclusion vs inclusion,
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=== [[JOMC 449.001 2008]] ===
  
After an introductory period of a couple of weeks, seminar members will be asked to select at least one site claiming to represent a virtual community and one topic area involving virtual or other communities as represented by the readings for ongoing study and for class presentation.  
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=== [[INLS 697.001 2008]] ===
  
Each seminar member will give a 20 - 30 minute presentation describing their community and describe how it fits the definitions of community and how community is facilitated and how community is restricted and governed drawing on our readings and discussions.  
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=== [[JOMC 490.002 2007]] ===
  
The class discussion list will act to extend the class discussions and to help prepare the class for each presentation (in advance please). Participation in discussions, e-mail and seminar, will be considered in grading.
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=== [[INLS 697.001 2006]] ===
  
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=== [[JOMC 490.004 2006]] ===
Instructor: [http://ibiblio.org/pjones/blog/ Paul Jones] | 213 [http://www.unc.edu/tour/LEVEL_2/inls.htm Manning Hall] | [mailto:pjones@ibiblio.org jones@unc.edu] | 962-7600 | AIM, gTalk, Gizmo, Skype, FaceBook: ''smalljones''
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== Discussions and Resources ==
[[Main_Page]] | [[Readings]] | [[Schedule]] | [[Grading]]   |  [[Class Blog]]
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=== [[Open Document Format]] ===
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== In Progress ==
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=== [[Open Source, Open Access, Open Format, Open Content at SILS and UNC]] ===
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=== [[Open Source Software for Public Health]] ===
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=== [[OCLC talk for May 2007]] ===
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=== [[ISIS TechTuesdays Talk for January 23]] ===
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=== [[2006 of ibiblio]] ===
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=== [[2007 of ibiblio]] ===
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=== [[2007 - 08 of ibiblio]] ===
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=== [[Traffic at NCREN - ibiblio and others]] ===
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== Older Talks ==
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=== [[Open Source Licensing]] ===
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=== [[IBM SUR Briefing]] ===
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=== [[Local Governments and Education]] ===
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=== [[Computer Science 380]] ===
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=== [[NCREN Community Day]] ===

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[edit] Help Us Plan to Celebrate 15 Years of sunsite/Metalab/ibiblio

http://wiki.icommons.org/images/8/81/Ibiblio-15.jpg

[edit] Classes

[edit] JOMC 449.001 2009

[edit] JOMC 449.001 2008

[edit] INLS 697.001 2008

[edit] JOMC 490.002 2007

[edit] INLS 697.001 2006

[edit] JOMC 490.004 2006

[edit] Discussions and Resources

[edit] Open Document Format

[edit] In Progress

[edit] Open Source, Open Access, Open Format, Open Content at SILS and UNC

[edit] Open Source Software for Public Health

[edit] OCLC talk for May 2007

[edit] ISIS TechTuesdays Talk for January 23

[edit] 2006 of ibiblio

[edit] 2007 of ibiblio

[edit] 2007 - 08 of ibiblio

[edit] Traffic at NCREN - ibiblio and others

[edit] Older Talks

[edit] Open Source Licensing

[edit] IBM SUR Briefing

[edit] Local Governments and Education

[edit] Computer Science 380

[edit] NCREN Community Day

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