Table of Contents
|“Twitter, the most brilliant tough love editor you’ll ever have.” Reading and writing socially during the Twitter Fiction Festival||HTML|
|Joachim Vlieghe, Kelly L. Page, Kris Rutten|
|The ecology of the ePundit: Surveying the new opinion-making landscape||HTML|
|Eve Forrest, Alistair S. Duff|
|Twitter friend repertoires: Introducing a methodology to assess patterns of information management on Twitter||HTML|
|"A good day to see a bobcat": Elementary students' online journal entries during a structured observation visit to a wildlife center||HTML|
|Michelle M. Kazmer, Nicole D. Alemanne, Anne Mendenhall, Paul F. Marty, Sherry A. Southerland, Victor Sampson, Ian Douglas, Amanda Clark, Jennifer Schellinger|
|Self-presentation in scholarly profiles: Characteristics of images and perceptions of professionalism and attractiveness on academic social networking sites||HTML|
|Andrew Tsou, Timothy D. Bowman, Thomas Sugimoto, Vincent Lariviere, Cassidy R. Sugimoto|
|Pupils in the clouds: Implementation of Google Apps for Education||HTML|
|Maria Lindh, Jan Nolin, Karen Nowe Hedvall|
|Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics||HTML|
|Samuel C. Woolley|
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