IADIS: IADIS International Conference, Web Based Communities 2005, Algarve, Portugal, 22-25 February 2005, Algarve 2005.

The mission of this conference is to publish and integrate scientific results and act catalytically to the fast developing culture of web communities. The conference invites original papers, review papers, technical reports and case studies on WWW in particular the emerging role of so-called WWW-ba...

THEMES: IADIS
YEAR: 2005
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LABEL: Community | Internet | Knowledge Management | Virtualization | Web
ORGANIZATIONS: IADIS
PEOPLE: Isaías, Pedro | Kommers, Piet
PLACES: Algarve | Portugal
TIME: 2005
 

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Preliminary Program
Preliminary Program

The final conference program will be available near the conference date. 
Status 18.02.05

Wednesday  23rd February, 2005
08:30-18:00
Welcome Desk - Registration
09:30-09:45
Opening Session
Prof . Piet Kommers and Prof. Pedro Isaías
10:00-11:00
Keynote Presentation
Prof . Starr Roxanne Hiltz
New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-13:00
Session FP 23.1
Expanding markets through virtual communities
Universities as Online Communities
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
A Web Community to Foster Science IN Developing Countries: www.ictp.it (F049)
C. Fonda, M. Zennaro, E. Canessa and K.R. Sreenivasan
A CASE STUDY ON A GROUP OF UNQUALIFIED PRIMARY TEACHERS TAKING A SCIENCE EDUCATION COURSE IN A WEB BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (F084)
Veijo Meisal, Jari Lavonen and Kalle Juuti
SHARING EXPERIENCES AND CREATING KNOWLEDGE ON THE WEB FOR U-LEARNING (F082)
Haruo Nishinosono, Takashi Ikuta and Tazu Togo
 
Session FP 23.2
Cyborgs, teleworking, telemedicine, art games and learning communities
Distributed Cognition, the Electronic Cortex and Constructivism
(Room Porches)
SCHEMA BLENDING AND STABLE STRUCTURE IN ONLINE SOCIAL SYSTEMS (F003)
Nick V. Flor, Seana Coulson and Paul P. Maglio
BUILDING PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE THROUGH EXCHANGING KNOWLEDGE CHAINS (F068)
Juliana Lucas de Rezende, Rafael Leonardo Siqueira da Silva,
Jano Moreira de Souza and Milton Ramirez
HOW SOCIAL SOFTWARE AND RICH COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION MAY INFLUENCE CREATIVITY (S048)
Tanguy Coenen
DO VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES FORM WITHIN A COHORT OF FACE TO FACE LEARNING STUDENTS? (S088)
Jane McHarg, Lois Goding, Elda Caldarone, Sam Regan de Bere
and John C McLachlan
 
13:00-14:30
Lunch Break
14:30-16:00
Panel Session
Web Based Communities Scholarship:                
Under-Represented Voices in Cybercommunities. Moderator/Chair: Professor Clara M. Chu, UCLA, USA
16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-19:00
Session FSP 23.3
The history, architecture and future of virtual communities
Towards Alternative Ways Of Presence  //  From Mobility To Connectivity
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
FROM PHYSICAL PROXIMITY TO ONLINE COMMUNITY (F081)
Peter R. Hester
CONTROL, TERMITES AND E-LEARNING (F099)
Jon Dron
AN APPROACH TO CONNECT WEB-BASED COMMUNITIES (S050)
John G. Breslin, Stefan Decker and Andreas Harth
TOWARDS THE FUTURE OF MOBILE COMMERCE (M-COMMERCE) IN MALAYSIA (S072)
Farahwahida Mohd and Salyani bt Osman
EVALUATION OF MOBILE LEARNING SYSTEM PROTOTYPE (F055)
Ali Mostakhdemin-Hosseini and Jari Mustajärvi
NAVIGATION IN INFORMATION SPACE (S094)
Ishtiaq Ahmed and James Blustein
 
Session FSP 23.4
The history, architecture and future of virtual communities
 Visionary Web Architectures, Implanted Computers
(Room Porches)
NAVIGATION IN INFORMATION SPACE: HOW DOES SPATIAL ABILITY PLAY A PART? (F093)
Ishtiaq Ahmed and James Blustein
A WEB-BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR EMPOWERING LEARNING COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE LEARNING OBJECT PARADIGM (F043)
Symeon Chatzinotas, Demetrios Sampson and Kostas Kastradas
K-Pool: A Process-driven Knowledge Management System for Contextual Collaboration in Virtual Communities (F096)
Ludwig Nastansky
Weblog Communities on the Semantic Web (F080)
Kone Tadiou Mamadou
WEBROGUE: MEET WEB PEOPLE (S087)
Alessandro Soro, Ivan Marcialis and Davide Carboni
 
 
 

Thursday  24th February, 2005
08:30-15:00
Welcome Desk - Registration
09:00-10:00
Keynote Presentation
Prof . Gunilla Bradley
Royal Institute of Technology IT - University, Sweden
10:15-11:15
Session FP 24.1
Virtual communities for people with special needs
Virtual Communities in Health Care
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING WITH MKM (F069)
Nelson Pincho, Viriato Marques, J. Torres Farinha and António Brito
MOTIVATION DRIVEN MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS COORDINATION IN HEALTH CARE (S057)
Peng Zhang and Guohua Bai
 
Session FP 24.2
Expanding markets through virtual communities
Universities as Online Communities
(Room Porches)
DIGITAL VIDEO CLIPS AS MAIN PART OF A LEARNING PROCESS IN A LEARNING COMMUNITY (S022)
Jan Frick
FORUM BASED COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE CREATION AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING: A MEASUREMENT AND STRUCTURAL MODEL (S037)
Felix Schmitz-Justen and Adalbert FX Wilhelm
COMMUNICATION OF INSTITUTIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION IN A VIRTUAL COMMUNITY OF STUDENTS AND FACULTY (S078)
Vicki L. Gregory and Diane Austin
11:15-11:45
Coffee Break
11:45-13:20
Session FP 24.3
Cyborgs, teleworking, telemedicine, art games and learning communities
Community Directories  // Other
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
A SECURE PUBLISHING PROTOCOL FOR VIRTUAL COMMUNITY CONTRACTS (F097)
Anna Cinzia Squicciarini, Elisa Bertino and Federica Paci
COMPUTER GAME TECHNOLOGY, COLLABORATIVE SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS AND PARTICIPATORY DESIGN (S067)
Mark Doughty and Carl O'Coill
PERSPECTIVES OF COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY (S047)
Ove Jobring and Urban Carlén
ROLE OF DIGITAL REPOSITORIES IN SUPPORTING WEB BASED COMMUNITIES (F_092)
Elaine Maher and Pramod Pathak
 
Session FP 24.4
Expanding markets through virtual communities
The WWW as Digital Market Place //
Business-to-Business Communication in Profit- and Non Profit Sectors
(Room Porches)
BOLERO.NET IN THE SEMANTIC WEB WHIRL (F019)
Violeta Damjanović, Dragan Gašević, Dragan Đurić and Vladan Devedžić
MOTIVATIONS FOR CONTRIBUTING TO MUSIC VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES (s012)
Nestor Elenberg and Terry Ryan
DISTRIBUTED E-BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE FOR SME COMMUNITIES – REQUIREMENTS AND SOLUTIONS FOR REQUEST BASED VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS (F010)
Adomas Svirskas and Bob Roberts
13:15-14:30
Lunch Break
15:00
Conference Tour and Dinner
 
 

Friday  25th Friday, 2005
08:30-13:00
Welcome Desk - Registration
09:00-11:00
Session FP 25.1
Group processes and self-organization
Social Networks, Tribal- and Open Communities, Peace Education
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
 DIVIDE AND CONQUER: NEW APPROACHES TO SCALING IN WIKI COMMUNITIES (F013)
Alex Schröder
A METAMODEL FOR DEFINING AND MANAGING LEARNING WEB COMMUNITIES (F021)
J. Vélez, J.I. Mayorga, B. Barros and M.F Verdejo
DO ICT CREATE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTAL IDENTITY AND COMMUNITY?: NAVEL GAZING (f026)
Clara M. Chu and J. Rodolfo Hernández Carrión
Facilitating Participation: From the EML Web Site to the Learning Network for Learning Design (F_077)
Hans G. K. Hummel, Colin Tattersall, Daniel Burgos, Francis Brouns,
Hub Kurvers and Rob Koper
 
Session FP 25.2
Group processes and self-organization
Hosting Web-Based Communities(Room Porches)
Towards building Web Based Learning Communities with wikis (F007)
Naomi Augar, Ruth Raitman and Wanlei Zhou
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GAME BASED LEARNING RELATED COMMUNITY (F020)
Ioannis Antonellis, Christos Bouras, Vaggelis Kapoulas
and Vassilis Poulopoulos
 HOSPITALITY IN HOSTING WEB-BASED COMMUNITIES: TWO CASE STUDIES (S023)
Matthias Finck and Monique Janneck
FUSION METHODS TO FIND WEB COMMUNITIES (S052)
João Ferreira, Alberto Rodrigues da Silva and José Delgado
 
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-13:00
Session FP 25.3
Expanding markets through virtual communities
Universities as Online Communities
(Room Vila de Lagoa)
 OURWEB – TRANSPARENT GROUPWARE FOR ONLINE COMMUNITIES (f014)
Miikka Miettinen, Jaakko Kurhila, Petri Nokelainen and Henry Tirri
COLLABORATIVE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION- AN ONLINE COMMUNITY IN EUROPE? (f044)
Petra Luck and Bill Norton
CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES MEET THE WEB (f058)
Wolfgang Woerndl, Daniela Eicker and Patrick Gruban
 
Session FP 25.4
Group processes and self-organization
Computer mediated-, hyper- and narrative communication, woven stories
(Room Porches)
SHARING-IN-ACTION (F033)
Ann Heylighen, Mathias Casaer and Herman Neuckermans
 NOTHING LIKE JANE WHEN YOU’RE IN A TIGHT SPOT - How virtual communities can bolster authentic reading experiences (F090)
Patricia Huion
itv as a Community-to-community collaborative system (P085)
Davide Carboni, Antonio Pintus, Andrea Piras, Stefano Sanna
 
13:00
Closing Session
Prof . Piet Kommers and Prof. Pedro Isaías