"This work aims at deepening the informal learning patterns of conference participants in Online Social Network (OSN) communities. In particular, the study considers the interactions within a Facebook community triggered in the last 40 days by academic organizers in order to nurture a favorable context around an upcoming academic conference. This paper proposes a novel methodology together with the first application of its kind to the academic event context in order to provide tools and techniques for conference hot topics prediction and professional sub-networks dentification."

Informal learning in online social network environments: An evidence from an academic community on facebook

PALMIERI, Roberto;Giglio C.
2015

Abstract

"This work aims at deepening the informal learning patterns of conference participants in Online Social Network (OSN) communities. In particular, the study considers the interactions within a Facebook community triggered in the last 40 days by academic organizers in order to nurture a favorable context around an upcoming academic conference. This paper proposes a novel methodology together with the first application of its kind to the academic event context in order to provide tools and techniques for conference hot topics prediction and professional sub-networks dentification."
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11770/140072
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