Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Introduction – Virtual Knowledge
– Sally Wyatt, Andrea Scharnhorst, Anne Beaulieu and Paul Wouters

Chapter 2 
Authority and Expertise in New Sites of Knowledge Production
– Anne Beaulieu, Sarah de Rijcke and Bas van Heur

Chapter 3
Working in Virtual Knowledge: Affective Labor in Scholarly Collaboration
– Smiljana Antonijevic, Stefan Dormans and Sally Wyatt

Chapter 4
Exploring Uncertainty in Knowledge Representations: Classifications, Simulations and Models of the World
– Matthijs Kouw, Charles van den Heuvel and Andrea Scharnhorst

Chapter 5 
Virtually Visual: The Visual Rhetoric of GIS in Policy Making

– Rebecca Moody, Matthijs Kouw and Victor Bekkers

Chapter 6 
Sloppy Data Floods or Precise Social Science Methodologies? Dilemmas in the Transition to Data-Intensive Research in Sociology and Economics
– Clement Levallois, Stephanie Steinmetz and Paul Wouters

Chapter 7 
Openness in Scholarly Communication: Conceptual Framework and Challenges to Innovation

– Clifford Tatum and Nicholas W. Jankowski

Chapter 8 
Visionary Technologies: Shaping Research Agendas in Family History

– Jan Kok and Paul Wouters