New Resource Site for Openness & Transparency Researchers

New Resource Site for Openness & Transparency Researchers

  • 16 May 2013

The TOTO project is very excited to announce the launch of http://opennessandtransparency.net. The purpose of this resource site is to support the work of researchers investigating the interrelated phenomena of (1) open approaches to work, problem solving and innovation (e.g. Open Source Software, Open Content, Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding)and (2) financial, operational and stakeholder transparency in organizations. On the site, you will find bibliographies of research papers/books; directories of exemplar/relevant organisations, associations and projects; working papers by TOTO and other projects on openness/transparency topics, and information, support materials and proceedings/reports of TOTO organized research events.

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TOTO Crowdfunding Seminar at ECIS 2013

TOTO Crowdfunding Seminar at ECIS 2013

  • 10 May 2013

ECIS 2013 Utrecht

On June 6, 2013, the TOTO project at University College Cork will host a 90-minute seminar at ECIS 2013 to stimulate discussion among researchers who are actively researching (or even just interested) in the emerging space of crowdfunding (the IT-enabled peer-to-peer financing of business, creative and other endeavours through lending, investment and patronage). The seminar will focus on making sense of the significant literature already published in this space and will work towards an agenda for future research. Crowdfunding Seminar: Past Research, Future Agendas

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AIS Webinar on Peer Production, Collective Intelligence, and Open Communities

AIS Webinar on Peer Production, Collective Intelligence, and Open Communities

  • 23 Apr 2013

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TOTO researcher Joseph Feller, together with Prof. Matt Germonprez (University of Nebraska at Omaha) and Prof. Kevin Crowston (Syracuse University School of Information Studies/US National Science Foundation) presented a Webinar on the topic of “Peer Production, Collective Intelligence, and Open Communities: Issues for Researchers and Educators” as part of the Association of Information Systems (AIS) 2013 Webinar Series.

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Research presented at ICIS 2012

Research presented at ICIS 2012

  • 20 Dec 2012

 

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TOTO researchers Joseph Feller, Rob Gleasure and Michael Cahalane presented research at the 2012 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2012), in Orlando, FL, USA, from December 15-19. 


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Project Launch

Project Launch

  • 01 Oct 2012

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The Technology-Enabled Organizational Transparency and Openness (TOTO) research project was launched today. Hosted by BIS at University College Cork. Funded by a grant from the The Lewis Charitable Foundation (California, USA).

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