Issue 2 (2006)

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Issue 4 (2007) The central article in the fourth issue is a reflection by Raine Koskimaa on literature and its teaching in the digital era. Accompanying this article are Laura Borrs' work on the new conception of literary studies in the EHES, and Joan-Elies Adell's bibliographic review of literature and technology. A second thematic focus of this issue is the "Health interventions on the internet" dossier, coordinated by Eullia Hernndez and Beni Gmez-Ziga: it comprises a series of works that offer a range of reflections and experiences of action in the field of healthcare with the aim of highlighting how the emergence of the Internet in this field has changed the practices of professionals and users of the service.
Issue 3 (2006) Learning to live together is the title chosen by Mustapha Cherif for the inaugural lecture for the UOC's academic year 2006-2007, which is published alongside a foreword by the rector Imma Tubella and a counterpoint from Xavier Rubert de Vents. This lecture opens the 3rd issue of UOC Papers, which also includes the following articles: Optimum online shopping and surfing experiences, by Inma Rodrguez; Does persuasive communication constitute the communicative paradigm of the knowledge society?, by Ferran Lalueza; The Barcelona model of e-administration: adoption and institutionalisation, by Jos Ramn Rodrguez; The influence of the knowledge society on the modernisation of the Public Administration, by J. . Martnez, P. Lara-Navarra and P. Beltrn; and The 2.0 teacher: teaching and research from the Web, by I. Pea, C. Crcoles and C. Casado. The issue is completed with two reviews: one of them about Bruno Latour's work Reassembling the Social. An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory, by Eduard Aibar; and the other one is about J. Hawkins and S. Blakeslee's On Intelligence, by Salvador Climent.
Issue 2 (2006) The central article analyses the use of Creative Commons licences as an alternative to copyright. This is followed by two critical reviews of the proposals of Sherry Turkle, on the one hand, and the empirical contribution of Jorgenson, Ho and Stiroh, on the other. The summary is completed by a brace of articles, one on the network company and the other on the criteria of Linux migration in local administrations. Finally, the review section ends with references to the books by Ilana Snyder and Bruce Kasanoff.
Issue 1 (2006) This issue is opened by the article Reading and literacy in the information society, by Csar Coll, this issue also includes the following works: The legal framework and business opportunities for free software, by Jordi Mas; Digital Administration: a new way to manage public administration information, by Manuel Sanrom; Collaborative filtering: the socio-technical dimension of virtual communities, by Adolfo Estalella; and The photographic image in the knowledge and digital communication society, by Vctor Renobell. It also comprises two reviews, the first one, by David Megías, is about the book The Success of Open Source, written by Steven Weber; the other one, by Rosa Borge, is about the book Bowling Together: Online Public Engagement in Policy Deliberation, written by S. Coleman and J. Gøtze. Finally, there is a selection of books published in 2004, related to the main topics of UOC PAPERS.
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