||Transdiciplinary Research Strategies: Investigating the Transition of Peer2Peer Relational Systems from Digital to Real-time Environments
||Logere, Romaine; Mathias Hank Haeusler
||The paper presents research and a case study investigating a series of events developed around Peer2Peer relational systems. The events emerged as a response to the identified needs forwarded by a post-graduate research group and evolved into information networks that serve an expanded, transdisciplinary community. The paper begins by reviewing a discussion model which integrated Peer2Peer relational principals within the event framework as a means of expanding transdisciplinary research and practice through peer networks, and concludes by considering the opportunities Peer2Peer relational systems offer to progress future university networks.
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||Peer2Peer research; social capital; relational systems; transdisciplinary; peer networks
Logere, Romaine; Mathias Hank Haeusler (2009).
Transdiciplinary Research Strategies: Investigating the Transition of Peer2Peer Relational Systems from Digital to Real-time Environments. SIGraDi 2009 - Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 16-18, 2009,