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This is a list of some of my publications. Most of them are online full-text, but not all the links are there yet (try googling the title). I used to have different lists for academic and other publications, but don’t think it makes much sense here. If for whatever reason you need a list of academic/peer-reviewed publications, let me know.

Links: those that are part of the reference itself (paper title or doi) go to the official publisher pages that often require a subscription. Those in [] are links to blogposts that introduce papers and the author versions of them.

Efimova, L. (2010). Bloggen for kenniswerkers: het nieuwe netwerking. Informatie Professional, February 2010, pp.22-25. [English version in this blog]

Efimova, L. (2010). Bloggen for kenniswerkers: weblog als buitenboordbrein. Informatie Professional, January 2010, pp. 18-21. [English version in this blog]

Efimova, L. (2009). Weblog as a personal thinking space. HT’09: Proceedings of the twentieth ACM conference on hypertext and hypermedia, June 2009. New York: ACM. doi:10.1145/1557914.1557963 [.pdf]

[my PhD dissertation] Efimova, L. (2009). Passion at work: blogging practices of knowledge workers. Enschede, Netherlands: Novay.

Efimova, L. (2008). Blending blogging into an academic text. Paper presented at the workshop “IN THE GAME: Ethnographic relationships, mediation and knowledge”, Internet Research 9.0, Copenhagen, Denmark, 15-18 October 2008. [blogpost]

Efimova, L. (2008). Review Article: Bloggers and `produsers’: Henry Jenkins, Fans, Bloggers and Gamers: Exploring Participatory Culture. New York and London: New York University Press, 2006. v + 277 pp. ISBN 0–8147–4285–8, $21.00 (pbk) Axel Bruns and Joanne Jacobs (eds), Uses of Blogs. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2006. vii + 267 pp. ISBN 0–8204–8124–6, $32.95 (pbk). New Media and Society, 10(3), 529-535. doi:10.1177/1461444808089418

Efimova, L. & Ben Lassoued, A. (2008). Weblog-mediated relationship: a co-constructed narrative. In S.Holland (Ed.), Remote relationships in a small world (pp. 137-154). Peter Lang Publishing. [.html]

Efimova, L. (2007). Getting value from employee weblogs: A knowledge management approach. In H. Jezzard (Ed.), Applying Web 2.0: Innovation, Impact and Implementation, proceedings of Online Information 2007, 43. London.

Efimova, L. & Grudin, J. (2007). Crossing boundaries: A case study of employee blogging. In Proceedings of the 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (p. 86). IEEE Computer Society. doi:10.1109/HICSS.2007.159

Efimova, L. & Grudin, J. (2006). Microsoft and the art of blogging. Inside Knowledge, 10(4), 24-27.

Anjewierden, A. & Efimova, L. (2006). Understanding weblog communities through digital traces: a framework, a tool and an example. In R. Meersman, Z. Tari, & P. Herrero (Eds.), On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems 2006: OTM 2006 Workshops.Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 279-289). Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Efimova, L. (2006). Two papers, me in between. Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, 6(4). [.html]

Efimova, L., Hendrick, S., & Anjewierden, A. (2005). Finding ‘the life between buildings’: An approach for defining a weblog community. Paper presented at Internet Research 6.0: Internet Generations. Chicago, Illinois.

Anjewierden, A., de Hoog, R., Brussee, R., & Efimova, L. (2005). Detecting knowledge flows in weblogs. In F. Dau, M.-L. Mugnier, & G. Stumme (Eds.), Common Semantics for Sharing Knowledge: Contributions to ICCS 2005 13th International Conference on Conceptual Structures (pp. 1-12). Kassel, Germany: Kassel University Press.

Efimova, L. & de Moor, A. (2005). Beyond personal webpublishing: An exploratory study of conversational blogging practices. In Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’05) (p. 107). IEEE Computer Society. doi:10.1109/HICSS.2005.118

Swaak, J., Efimova, L., Kempen, M., & Graner, M. (2004). Finding in-house knowledge: patterns and implications. In K.Tochterman & H. Maurer (Eds.), Proceedings of I-KNOW 2004, June 30-July 2, Graz, Austria (pp. 27-34). Graz: Know-Center Austria. [blogpost, .pdf]

Efimova, L., Fiedler, S., Verwijs, C., & Boyd, A. (2004). Legitimised theft: distributed apprenticeship in weblog networks. In K. Tochterman & H. Maurer (Eds.), Proceedings of I-KNOW 2004 (pp. 494-502). Graz: Know-Center Austria. [blogpost, .pdf]

Anjewierden, A., Brussee, R., & Efimova, L. (2004). Shared conceptualisations in weblogs. In T.N.Burg (Ed.), BlogTalks 2.0: The European Conference on Weblogs (pp. 110-138). Norderstedt: Books on Demand GmbH. [blogpost]

Efimova, L. (2004). Discovering the iceberg of knowledge work: A weblog case. In Proceedings of The Fifth European Conference on Organisational Knowledge, Learning and Capabilities (OKLC 2004), April 2-3, 2004. [blogpost, .pdf]

Efimova, L. & Fiedler, S. (2004). Learning webs: Learning in weblog networks. In P. Kommers, P. Isaias, & M. B. Nunes (Eds.), Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference Web Based Communities 2004, 24-26 March 2004, Lisbon, Portugal (pp. 490-494). IADIS Press.

Efimova, L. & Swaak, J. (2003). Converging knowledge management, training and e-learning: scenarios to make it work. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 9(6), 571-578. [blogpost, .pdf]

Efimova, L. (2003). Blogs: the stickiness factor. In T.N.Burg (Ed.), BlogTalks (pp. 109-125). Vienna, Austria: Donau-Universität Krems.

Efimova, L. (2003). Knowledge worker paradox. Knowledge Board, 30 October 2003. Retrieved May 10, 2009 from http://www.knowledgeboard.com/item/349/

Efimova, L. & Swaak, J. (2002). Wat houdt integratie nog tegen? E-Iearning slaat brug tussen kennismanagement en leren. HRD-magazine, December 2002, 22-25.