Please respond to the following questions in ONE posting and NUMBER your responses: Discussion of Collaborative Information


Please respond to the following questions in ONE posting and NUMBER your responses:

Discussion of Collaborative Information Seeking, Knowledge Creation, & Information Exchange

1. Based on Chirag Shah’s (2014) article, what is an information-seeking situation in which collaboration is beneficial and when does it not pay off? Discuss both problem(s)/issue(s) and benefit(s) as discussed in the article (and cite the source with page number).

2. Have you ever worked with others to “produce” content using collaborative technologies (e.g., Google Drive-Docs or Slides; PBworks, Wikispaces, or other wiki; Delicious, Diigo, or other knowledge management software; Blogger, WordPress, or other blog; etc.) either through Rutgers or external to Rutgers? If yes, what was the delivery medium/platform and describe your experience in collaborating and/or crowd-sourcing with others to produce content in an online/digital environment.

3. Have you ever participated in an external (i.e., not at Rutgers in a course) Discussion Group, Forum, Newsgroup, or other online group (e.g., in Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, GroupMe) for group communication? If yes, what was the delivery medium/platform and describe your experience in sharing/exchanging/communicating information with others in an online/digital environment.

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