[Air-L] Textbook on the social web?

Liz nwjerseyliz at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 12 07:26:33 PST 2009

I second this idea of an online bibliography, especially for journal articles which are spread out across disciplinary boundaries. Books are much easier to locate. It would also be helpful if they were linked either to an author's homepage or an online source for the material (if an online journal or to Amazon if a book). 

I really appreciate the suggestions already made & it would be great if they could be collected & made available to others.

Liz Pullen
nwjerseyliz at yahoo.com

From: "RBerkman at aol.com" <RBerkman at aol.com>
To: Linda.Olsen at infomedia.uib.no; praxis at theinternationale.com; air-l at listserv.aoir.org
Sent: Thu, November 12, 2009 9:34:26 AM
Subject: Re: [Air-L] Textbook on the social web?

If AIR-L has not done this already, a compilation and annotated 
bibliography of these and related works (perhaps with links to reviews if not done by 
AIR-L members themselves) made available easily and freely would be a very 
good service for those in this field, and perhaps for a wider audience as 

Bob Berkman
Associate Professor
Media Studies
The New School
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