[German title: International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 3 (4/5), 2007 (Sonderausgabe zu sozialen Netzwerken und sozialer Software im Web 2.0)]
Special Issue on Learning and Interacting in the Web: Social Networks and Social Software in the Web 2.0
Towards a dynamic theory of virtual communities pp. 372 – 403
The future of e-learning: a shift to knowledge networking and social software pp. 404 – 420
Mohamed Amine Chatti, Matthias Jarke, Dirk Frosch-Wilke
Semantics-supported cooperative learning for enhanced awareness pp. 421 – 436
Cesar A. Collazos and Roberto Garcia
Weblogs and internal communication in a corporate environment: a case from the ICT industry pp. 437 – 449
Miia Kosonen, Kaisa Henttonen, Hanna-Kaisa Ellonen
Analysing interaction behaviour in network supported collaborative learning environments: a holistic approach pp. 450 – 464
Ourania Petropoulou, Georgia Lazakidou, Symeon Retalis, et al.
Social network analysis of self-taught e-learning communities pp. 465 – 482
Andrew Laghos and Panayiotis Zaphiris
Using chat as a complement to discussion board in small-group online seminars: How is student participation affected? pp. 483 – 500
Sociality and learning in social software pp. 501 – 514
Tim Hoogenboom, Martin Kloos, Wim Bouman, et al.
From folksonomies to ontologies: employing wisdom of the crowds to serve learning purposes pp. 515 – 528
Mathias Lux and Gisela Dosinger
Trialogical learning in public: FlashMeeting recording and reuse in a peer-learning context pp. 529 – 541
Peter J. Scott, Linda J. Castaneda, Kevin A. Quick, et al.
Red Gate Corner: a Web 2.0 prototype for knowledge and learning concerning China business and culture pp. 542 – 548
Miltiadis D. Lytras and Patricia Ordonez de Pablos
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