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==Introduction==
 
 
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Introduction|Introduction]]
 
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Introduction|Introduction]]
  
===A Personal Background===
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Table of Contents
===Background to the research===
 
===The Character of Maltese Music===
 
===The Purpose of this research Study===
 
===The need for a Music Archive===
 
===Online Collaborative Cultural projects===
 
====Wikipedia====
 
====Birmingham Popular Music Archive====
 
====Malta Music Memory Project (M3P)====
 
====Maltese Collaborative Projects on Facebook====
 
===An Overview of the Chapters===
 
  
===Communities of Practice===
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Chapter 1:  Introduction
====Motivation====
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*A Personal Interest
====Crowd Sourcing====
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*Background to the Research
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*The Character of Maltese Music
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*The Purpose of this Research Study
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*The Need for Archiving Popular Culture
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*Mediated Memories
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*An Overview of the Chapters
  
===Mediated Memories===
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Chapter 2:  Collaboration
====Cultural Memories====
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*Defining Collaboration
====Collecting Cultural Memories====
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*Collaboration vs Cooperation
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*Online Collaboration
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*Tools for Collaboration
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*Web 2.0
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*Crowd Sourcing
  
==Communities of Practice==
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Chapter 3:  Communities of Practice
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Communities_of_Practice|Communities of Practice]]
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*Defining Communities of Practice
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*The Domain
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*The Community
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*The Practice
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*Managing Knowledge
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*Sharing Knowledge
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*Online Communities of Practice
  
==Memory==
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Chapter 4:  Motivation
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Memory|Memory]]
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*Defining Motivation
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*Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation
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*Online Participation
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*Incentives and Rewards
  
===Oral Histories - Endangered histories===
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Chapter 5:  Online Collaborative Cultural Memory Projects
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*The Malta Music Memory Project (M3P)
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*The Birmingham Popular Music Archive
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*Pompey Pop
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*Bristol - Archiving Pop Music
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*Small Collaborative Projects about Maltese Music on other Social Media Sites
  
==Collaboration==
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Literature Review ???
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Collaboration|Collaboration]]
 
  
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Chapter 6:  Methodology
  
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Chapter 7. Results and Discussion
  
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Chapter 8. Conclusions - Key findings, Recommendations, Limitations of the Study, Future Research
  
===Motivation===
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References
===Crowd Sourcing===
 
  
==Methodology==
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Appendix
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Methodology|Methodology]]
 
 
 
===Collaborative Cultural projects===
 
 
 
====Birmingham Popular Music Archive====
 
====Malta Music Memory Project (M3P)====
 
====Maltese Collaborative Projects on Facebook====
 
 
 
 
 
==Literature Review ??==
 
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/Literature_review|Literature review]]?
 
 
 
 
 
==References==
 
[[:User:Tonygrimaud/References|References]]
 

Revision as of 05:47, 6 December 2011

Introduction

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • A Personal Interest
  • Background to the Research
  • The Character of Maltese Music
  • The Purpose of this Research Study
  • The Need for Archiving Popular Culture
  • Mediated Memories
  • An Overview of the Chapters

Chapter 2: Collaboration

  • Defining Collaboration
  • Collaboration vs Cooperation
  • Online Collaboration
  • Tools for Collaboration
  • Web 2.0
  • Crowd Sourcing

Chapter 3: Communities of Practice

  • Defining Communities of Practice
  • The Domain
  • The Community
  • The Practice
  • Managing Knowledge
  • Sharing Knowledge
  • Online Communities of Practice

Chapter 4: Motivation

  • Defining Motivation
  • Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation
  • Online Participation
  • Incentives and Rewards

Chapter 5: Online Collaborative Cultural Memory Projects

  • The Malta Music Memory Project (M3P)
  • The Birmingham Popular Music Archive
  • Pompey Pop
  • Bristol - Archiving Pop Music
  • Small Collaborative Projects about Maltese Music on other Social Media Sites

Literature Review ???

Chapter 6: Methodology

Chapter 7. Results and Discussion

Chapter 8. Conclusions - Key findings, Recommendations, Limitations of the Study, Future Research

References

Appendix