[Air-L] Textbook on the social web?

Alexander Halavais halavais at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 09:20:46 PST 2009

Several of us discussed the use of Zotero groups to this purpose
during the conference. I think this would be good way of creating
bibliographic resources that are highly reusable. Jeremy Hunsinger set
up an AoIR group earlier in the year--I've emailed to ask that he open
it up so that more of us can contribute.

I'll also note that in previous such discussions I've used the aoir
wiki, and you will find several biblios linked from there:

But I think creating a number of topical folders in a Zotero group is
the way to go!



On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 12:10 PM,  <RBerkman at aol.com> wrote:
> As it looks like we are starting to get a small sub group of persons
> interested in helping pull this together--and I/we hope we can get a few more
> people to join in, I suggest we set up a separate discussion group somewhere
> (Ning, Yahoo Groups, an AIR-l sublist if avail??) so we can discuss and pull
> this together as a group.
> Bob Berkman
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