Accepted for Presentation


David Karpf.

Why Bowl Alone When You Can Flashmob the Bowling Alley?: Implications of the Mobile Web for Online-Offline Reputation Systems

Ching Man Au Yeung, Michael Noll, Nicholas Gibbins, Christoph Meinel and Nigel Shadbolt.

On Measuring Expertise in Collaborative Tagging Systems

Carl Lagoze.

The oreChem Project:  Integrating Chemistry Scholarship with the Semantic Web

Alison Powell.

Lessons from the Net Neutrality Lobby:  Balancing openness and control in a networked society

Inma Rodr’guez-Ardura, Francisco J. Mart’nez-L—pez and Paula Luna.

The consumer and the Web: a critical revision of the contributions to Web science from the marketing and the consumer behaviour discipline

Juliˆ Minguill—n.

Web and education, a successful open entanglement

Sadie Creese and Koen Lamberts

Can cognitive science help us make information risk more tangible online?

Lei Zhang and Wanqing Tu.

Six Degrees of Separation in Online Society

Gavin Smith and Helen Ashman

Evaluating implicit judgements from Image search interactions

Lorraine Warren

Ephemeral emergents and anticipation in online connected creativity

Wolf Richter.

Designing effective regulation for the "Dark side" of the Web

Yuzhong Qu, Weiyi Ge, Gong Cheng and Zhiqiang Gao

Class Association Structure Derived From Linked Objects

Albert Batlle, Ana Waksberg and Eduard Aibar.

Is web-based interaction reshaping the organizational dynamics of public administration?: A comparative empirical study on eGovernment.

Patricia Victor, Chris Cornelis, Martine De Cock and Ankur Teredesai.

Trust- and Distrust- Based Recommendations for Controversial Reviews

Jonathon Hare, Adrian Osmond, Yang Yang, Gary Wills, David De Roure, Judith Joseph, Lucy Yardley and Mark Weal

LifeGuide: A platform for performing web-based behavioural interventions

Thanassis Tiropanis, Hugh Davis, David Millard and Mark Weal

Semantic Technologies for Learning and Teaching in the Web 2.0 era - A survey

Barbie Clarke.

BFFE (Be Friends Forever): the way in which young adolescents are using social networking sites to maintain friendships and explore identity.

Michel van Eeten and Johannes Bauer.

Securing Cyberspace: Realigning Economic Incentives in the ICT Value Net

Alexandre Passant, Matthias Samwald, John Breslin and Stefan Decker.

Federating Distributed Social Data to Build an Interlinked Online Information Society

Kieron O'Hara and David Stevens.

The DevilÕs Long Tail: Religious Moderation and Extremism on the Web

Harry Halpin.

Social Meaning on the Web: From Wittgenstein To Search Engines

Ethan Katsh.

Online Dispute Resolution: Designing new Legal Processes for Cyberspace

Tracy Westen and Robert Stern

A Digital Citizens Bill of Rights

Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen and Raphael Troncy

Interactive Information Access on the Web of Data

Mathias Schindler and Denny Vrandecic.

Introducing new features to Wikipedia - Case studies for Web science

Milena Mihail, Yorgos Amanatidis and Stephen Young

Kernel Models For Complex Networks

Jean Burgess and Joshua Green.

Making Sense of YouTube: The Challenges of Complexity and Scale

Helen Margetts and Peter John

Experiments for Web Science: Examining the Effect of the Internet on Collective Action

Leslie Carr and Stevan Harnad.

Cognition, Cognitive Technology and the Web