Learn about the ways we discuss Distributed Knowledge issues, view past archives, and join the discussion. Below, you will find information about a few of the ways we communicate.
The two general DKRC mailing lists are listed below. Other mailing list may be added as needed to facilitate the communication of our DKRC community.
|Listname:[email protected]:The purpose of this list is to make general DKRC announcements and discuss general DKRC issues.Policies:This is an open list. All DKRC members are welcome to join and send messages to the list.Subscription:Subscribe / Unsubscribe to this list by checking the DKRC OPEN mailing list option in your member profile.Archives:You may view the OPEN archive to see previous discussions and join the list by selecting this mailing list option in your user profile.|
|Listname:[email protected]:This list is intended to facilitate discussion of activities that come about from DKRC member interactions. Although an activity may be announced on the open list, general discussion of that activity is intended to happen here.Policies:This is an open list. All DKRC members are welcome to join and send messages to the list.Subscription:Subscribe / Unsubscribe to this list by checking the DKRC Activities mailing list option in your member profile.Archives:You may view the Activities archive to see previous discussions and join the list by selecting this mailing list option in your user profile.|
A growing collection of weblogs are used to share items of interest on the Web. We are using two tools, Blogger and our own custom scripts, to provide weblogs within our site. Contact [email protected] if you are interested in posting to the Blogger Weblogs or log in to post to our custom blogs.
Announcements: Contains general DKRC news.
Activities: Announces DKRC activities. Discussion takes place in the Activities mailing list.
What’s New on the Web: Contains new Web resources for distributed knowledge research.
Highlights: Highlights DKRC activity, project and member achievments.
Updates: Updates on the DKRC site, activities, projects and members.
Inquiry Units allow individual and/or groups to construct and share their personal inquiry.
View the DKRC associated Inquiry Units (on the Inquiry Page). The units were marked as associated to the DKRC by selecting the appropriate option in the create/edit unit page.