New Open Access book: Networked Together: Designing Participatory Research in Online Ethnography – University of Copenhagen

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22 August 2014

New Open Access book: Networked Together: Designing Participatory Research in Online Ethnography

Karen Borgnakke, Anita Lyngsø og Vibeke Røn Noer are presenting articles in Networked Together: Designing Participatory Research in Online Ethnography (by Paolo Landri, Andrea Maccarini, Rosanna De Rosa (Eds.) Naples: University of Napoli ‘Federico II’. http://www.irpps.cnr.it/e-pub/ojs/index.php/mono/article/view/978-88-98822-02-7)

Table of Contents

•Introduction
Paolo Landri

•Games people play in University culture: An ethnographic blended dramatic research based on transactional analysis
Delfim Paulo Ribeiro

•Ethical issues in the use of social networks as a field of research: public places or private rooms?
Carla Luzia De Abreu

•Cartography mediated by digital technologies: new perspectives for ethnographic research
Daniel de Queiroz Lopes, Eliane Schlemme, Rosane Kreusburg Molina

•Professional vision in scientific practice. The co-construction of meanings through the use of Skype
Assunta Viteritti

•What role do social media play in educational experiences of access to higher education students in England?
Anna Piela, Hugh Busher, Nalita James, Anna-Marie Palmer

•E-Learning technology and digital ethnography for language learning in the modern classroom
Simone Schlichting-Artur

•Going on- and offline: Following the course in the light of e-pedagogical concepts
Karen Borgnakke, Anita Lyngsø

•‘Roll-out neoliberalism’ through one-to-one laptop investments in Swedish schools
Catarina Player-Koro, Dennis Beach

•Zooming in - Zooming out - using iPad video diaries in ethnographic educational research
Vibeke Røn Noer

•Framing multi-sited ethnography as an approach for coping with the complexity of young people's ways of learning, communicating and expressing themselves in and outside secondary schools
Fernando Hernández-Hernández, Rachel Fendler, Juana M Sancho Gil

•Second Life: a learning community. The contribution of ethnography to understand virtual worlds
Ivonne Citarella

•Themes of interest in (for) a digital (ethnography) environment
Juan Pablo Ferro

Networked Together: Designing Participatory Research in Online Ethnography is an open access book, so you may download all articles