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"Cyberculture is a collection of cultures and cultural products that exist on and/or are made possible by the Internet, along with the stories told about these cultures and cultural products." This working definition is put forth by the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (RCCS), a not-for-profit organization directed by David Silver. RCCS hopes to foster a web community where students, researchers, and web builders alike can collaborate and share experiences and projects in the area of cyberculture. Here you will find in one place syllabi for higher education courses in the US and Canada devoted to cyberculture dating from 1993 to the present. RCCS has also included an annotated bibliography of print articles and monographs on "Cyberculture in Context," "Virtual Communities," "Virtual Cities," and Virtual Identities," as well as a list of recent and upcoming events and conferences addressing cyberculture.
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Date of Scout Publication 1997-02-28
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/1997/0228

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