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Knowledge Collaboration / Community of Practice

Hara, N., & Sanfilippo, M. R. (2017). Analysis of Roles in Engaging Contentious Online Discussions in Science. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology. [online]

Hara, N., & Sanfilippo, M. R. (2016). Co-constructing controversy: Content analysis of collaborative knowledge negotiation in online communities. Information, Communication & Society, 19(11), 1587-1604. [online]

Hara, N., & Doney, J. (2015). Social construction of knowledge in Wikipedia. First Monday, 20(6). [online]

Hara, N., & Fichman, P. (2014). Frameworks for understanding knowledge sharing in open online communities: Boundaries and boundary crossing. In P. Fichman & H. Rosenbaum (Eds), Social Informatics: Past, Present and Future. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Hara, N., Shachaf, P., & Hew, K. F. (2010). Cross-cultural analysis of the Wikipedia community. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 61(10), 2097-2108. [postprint]

Hara, N. (2009). Communities of Practice: Fostering Peer-to-Peer Learning and Informal Knowledge Sharing in the Work Place. Springer. [sample pages]

Hara, N., & Shachaf, P., & Stoerger, S. (2009). Online communities of practice typology revisited. Journal of Information Science, 35(6), 740-757. [online]

Hara, N., & Shachaf, P. (2009, August). Cross-cultural analysis of the Wikipedia community. Americas Conference on Information Systems. San Francisco, CA. [online]

Hew, K. F., & Hara, N. (2007). Knowledge sharing among professionals in three online environments: A qualitative case study. Journal of American Society for Information Science & Technology, 58(14), 2310-2324. [online]

Hara, N. (2007). IT support for communities of practice: How public defenders learn about winning and losing in court. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 58(1), 76-87. [online]

Hara, N. & Hew, K. F. (2007). Knowledge sharing in an online community of health-care professionals. Information Technology & People, 20(3), 235-261. [online]

Hara, N., & Schwen, T. M. (2006). Communities of practice in workplaces: Learning as a naturally occurring event.Performance Improvement Quarterly, 19(2), 93-114. [preprint]

Hara, N. & Kling, R. (2006). Professional development & knowledge management via virtual spaces. To appear in: International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments. In J. Weiss, J. Nolan, & P. Trifonas (Eds). Kluwer Academic Publishers. [preprint]

Ekbia, H., & Hara, N. (2005). Incentive structures for knowledge sharing. In D. G. Schwartz (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management (pp.237-243). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Hara, N., Solomon, P., Kim, S., & Sonnenwald, D. H. (2003). An emerging view of scientific collaboration: Scientists? perspectives on collaboration and factors that impact collaboration. Journal of American Society for Information Science & Technology, 54(10),952-965. [online]

Schwen, T. M., & Hara, N. (2003). Community of practice: A metaphor for online design? The Information Society, 19(3), 257-270.

Hara, N., & Kling, R. (2002). IT Supports for Organizational Learning: An Empirically-based Framework. Proceedings of the 65th annual meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 39, 338-349. [online]

Schwen, T. M., Kalman, H., Hara, N., & Kisling, E. (1998). Potential knowledge management contributions to human performance technology research and practice. Educational Technology Research & Development, 46 (4), 73-89.

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Online Mobilization

Hara, N., & Huang, B. (2011). Online social movements. Annual Review of Information Science & Technology, 45, 489-522. [online]

Hara, N. (2008). The Internet use for political mobilization: Voices of the participants. First Monday, 13(7). [online]

Hara, N., & Rosenbaum, H. (2008). Revisiting the conceptualization of computerization movements. The Information Society, 24(4), 229-245. [preprint]

Hara, N., & Shachaf, P. (2008). Online peace movement organizations: A comparative analysis. In I. Chen & T. Kidd (Eds.). Social information technology: Connection society and cultural issue (pp. 52-67). Hershey, PA: Idea Group. [online]

Hara, N., & Jo, Y. (2007). Internet politics: A comparative analysis of U.S. 2004 and South Korea 2002 presidential campaigns. First Monday, 12(9). [online]

Hara, N., & Estrada, Z. C. (2005). Analyzing the mobilization of grassroots activities via the Internet: A case study. Journal of Information Science, 31(6), 503-514. Also published in First Monday, 8(12). [online]

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E-Learning

Shachaf, P., & Hara, N. (2005). Team effectiveness in virtual environments: An ecological approach. In S. P. Ferris & S. Godar (Eds.), Teaching and learning with virtual teams (pp. 81-106). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. [postprint].

Kling, R., & Hara, N. (2004). Informatics and distributed learning, In A. DiStefano, K. Rudestam, R. Silverman, & S. Taira (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Distributed Learning (pp.225-227). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [preprint].

Hara, N. (2002). Analysis of computer-mediated communication using Formal Concept Analysis as a visualizing methodology. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26(1), 25-49.[online].

Hara, N., & Kling, R. (2001). Research in brief: Student distress in web-based distance education. EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 24(3), 68-69. [online].

Bonk, C. J., Kirkley, J. R., Hara, N., & Dennen, N. (2001). Finding the instructor in post-secondary online learning: Pedagogical, social, managerial, and technological locations. In J. Stephenson (Ed.). Teaching and learning online: Pedagogies for new technologies (pp. 76-97). London: Kogan Page.

Hara, N., & Kling, R. (2000). Students' distress with a web-based distance education course. Information, Communication and Society, 3 (4), 557-579. [preprint]. Also published in W. H. Dutton & B. D. Loader. (Eds.). Digital academe: New media in higher education and learning (pp.62-84). Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd.

* This article has been re-published in Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education-TOJDE April 2003, ISSN 1302-6488, Volume: 4 Number: 2*

Hara, N., Bonk, C. J., & Angeli, C. M. (2000). Content analysis of online discussion in an applied educational psychology course. Instructional Science, 28, 115-152.[preprint].

Bonk, C. J., Hara, N., Dennen, D., Malikowski, S., & Supplee, L. (2000). We're in "TITLE" to dream: Envisioning a community of practice, "The Intraplanetary Teacher Learning Exchange". CyberPsychology & Behavior 3(1), 25-39.

Hara, N., & Kling, R. (1999). A case study of students' frustrations with a web-based distance education course. First Monday, 4 (12). [online].

Bonk, C. J., Cummings, J. A., Hara, N., Fischler, R. B., & Lee, S. M. (2000). A ten level web integration continuum for higher education: New resources, activities, partners, courses, and markets. In B. Abbey (Ed.), Instructional and cognitive impacts of web-based education (pp. 56-77). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. [preprint].

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Other Publications

Shachaf, P., & Hara, N. (2010). Beyond vandalism: Wikipedia trolls. Journal of Information Science, 36(3), 357-370. [online]

Shachaf, P., & Hara, N. (2007). Behavioural complexity theory of media selection for global virtual teams. Journal of Information Science, 33(1), 63-75. [online]

Hara, N., & Schwen, T. (1999). An instructional development model for global organizations: The GOaL model. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 12 (4), 3-21.

Bichelmeyer, B. A., Hara, N., Yi, J. Q., Dennen, V., Avers, D., & Tzeng, J. (1998). Education Technology Services at Indiana University: A case study. College and University Media Review, 5 (1), 57-73.

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