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Disciplining social media: An analysis of social media policies in 26 Swedish municipalities
TLDR
In this paper, 26 Swedish social media policies produced by municipalities are analyzed in order to better understand how the conflict between transparency and interaction is dealt with in practical guidelines and how the diversity of social media is understood and how public functions are identified. Expand
Sustainable information and information science
  • J. Nolin
  • Computer Science
  • Inf. Res.
  • 22 June 2010
TLDR
It is argued that an articulation of sustainable information is important for information science and neighbouring research disciplines, and specific emphasis is placed on sustainable information as an area to be developed within information ethics. Expand
Information We Collect: Surveillance and Privacy in the Implementation of Google Apps for Education
TLDR
It is shown how Google’s business model is concealed within Google Apps for Education (GAFE) as well as how such a bundle is perceived within one educational organisation, consisting of approximately 30 schools. Expand
Pupils in the clouds: Implementation of Google Apps for Education
TLDR
The study focuses on the implications of affordances identified in Google Apps for Education (GAFE), by strategic staff within a Swedish school organisation, with responsibility for schools in around 30 municipalities, and shows that GAFE, despite its characteristic of being a non-generative appliance, still can be used in creative ways. Expand
Turning weakness into strength: strategies for future LIS
TLDR
The purpose of this paper is to articulate the current state of LIS, which has been described as a fragmented field in crisis, with an increased competition from other fields and lacking in development of theories. Expand
Approaching Completeness
TLDR
This article engages with problems of sampling and completeness currently discussed within data science through the specific example of conversations in Twitter through the development of a method for collecting and analyzing follow-on conversations around a set of hashtags. Expand
The Internet of Things and convenience
TLDR
The concept of alpha convenience is introduced in order to articulate the broad scope of Internet “any-everything” connectivity, here called “alpha convenience,” and it is argued that extreme forms of convenience shift traditional areas of human agency onto technology. Expand
What's in a turn?
  • J. Nolin
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Inf. Res.
  • 2007
Defining transparency movements
  • J. Nolin
  • Business, Computer Science
  • J. Documentation
  • 26 April 2018
TLDR
This is the first attempt at identifying and defining transparency movements as a contemporary phenomenon. Expand
Optimising Public Understanding of Science and Technology in Europe: A Comparative Perspective.
Optimising Public Understanding of Science and Technology in Europe : A Comparative Perspective
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