Romanian Journal of Social Informatics
Although the range of works dedicated to Social Informatics (SI) is complex and very dynamic, the Romanian studies in this field lack, at the moment, the needed consistency to stand a comparison with the consistency typical of other academic areas. Consequently, the Journal of Social Informatics (JSI) aims to fill this empty space, which is too vast anyway.
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- Tweeted Thoughts and Twittered Relationships: Some...; 2010
- The Impact of the Information and Communication Technology...; 2009
- Computers and Computer Networks as Catalysts Intraorganizational...; 2009
- M-learning - a viable way of learning?; 2008
- The Prosumer - Core and Consequence of the Web 2.0...; 2008
- Learning and teaching in the information society....; 2008
- Interview with Ingar Roggen; 2006
- Investigating children's use of ICT - a challenge...; 2004