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Managing Information Quality in Virtual Communities of Practice

@inproceedings{Neus2001ManagingIQ,
  title={Managing Information Quality in Virtual Communities of Practice},
  author={A. Neus},
  booktitle={IQ},
  year={2001}
}
  • A. Neus
  • Published in IQ 2001
  • Computer Science
  • This paper examines why the rise of computermediated communication, driven by dramatically lowered cost, creates new structural problems from an information quality standpoint. We review how the new economics of information enable a new paradigm of collaboration. Spearheaded by the Open Source community, this evolutionary approach to collaborative content creation is a way to address information quality in virtual communities of practice. Based on experience gained in community projects, a few… CONTINUE READING

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