[Asis-l] FW: First Monday April 2016

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Fri Apr 1 09:03:41 EDT 2016


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First Monday has just published the April 2016 (volume 21, number 4) issue at http://firstmonday.org/issue/current.

The following papers are included in this month's issue:

First Monday
Volume 21, Number 4 - 4 April 2016

“Twitter, the most brilliant tough love editor you’ll ever have.” Reading and writing socially during the Twitter Fiction Festival by Joachim Vlieghe, Kelly Page, and Kris Rutten

The ecology of the ePundit: Surveying the new opinion-making landscape by Eve Forrest and Alistair S. Duff

Twitter friend repertoires: Introducing a methodology to assess patterns of information management on Twitter by Jan-Hinrik Schmidt

"A good day to see a bobcat": Elementary students' online journal entries during a structured observation visit to a wildlife center by Michelle M. Kazmer, Nicole D. Alemanne, Anne Mendenhall, Paul F. Marty, Sherry A. Southerland, Victor Sampson, Ian Douglas, Amanda Clark, and Jennifer Schellinger

Self-presentation in scholarly profiles: Characteristics of images and perceptions of professionalism and attractiveness on academic social networking sites by Andrew Tsou, Timothy D. Bowman, Thomas Sugimoto, Vincent Larivière, and Cassidy R. Sugimoto

Pupils in the clouds: Implementation of Google Apps for Education by Maria Lindh, Jan Nolin, and Karen Nowé Hedvall

Automating power: Social bot interference in global politics by Samuel C. Woolley


With the contents of the April 2016 issue, First Monday has published, since May 1996, 1,553 papers in 239 issues, written by 2,161 different authors.

Thanks for your continuing interest in our work,

Edward J Valauskas
Chief Editor and Founder, First Monday

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