Far from being yet another innovation, the ­Internet is a novel way of solving problems while supporting creativity and communication. The ­Internet fosters new forms of corporate, cultural, artistic, creative and knowledge-based goods as well as the interaction between consumers, stakeholders, companies and the general public. The behaviour of individuals, corporations and institutions in terms of how they cooperate online is currently changing. This not only means new forms of employment and new job opportunities but also new technologies and new business models.

Internet-enabled Innovation is a topic that goes far beyond corporate technology management. Therefore research from a broader perspective is necessary. The following research questions are of particular interest: How can the Internet change the acquisition of knowledge? How can online participation be organized? How can online participation reach beyond the means of web browsers?

To explore these changes, the multi-layered ­approaches of Internet-based innovations will be determined and outlined. Particular aspects that need a deeper analysis will be pinpointed, such as Open Science, participation (online and through the outernet), Internet-enabled business models and the index of Internet-enabled innovation. To make for a dynamic research process, it is intended to include other researchers in our work, obtain feedback from outside sources as early as possible and provide information to those interested in the topic.

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Lindlbauer, D., Aoki, T., Walter, R., Uema, Y., Höchtl, A., Haller, M., Inami, M., & Müller, J. (2014). Tracs: Transparency Control for See-through Displays. ACM UIST '14. Publication details

Zhang, Y., Müller, J., Chong, M. K., Bulling, A., & Gellersen, H. (2014). GazeHorizon: Enabling Passers-by to Interact with Public Displays by Gaze. ACM UBICOMP. Publication details

Lindlbauer, D., Aoki, T., Höchtl, A., Uema, Y., Haller, M., Inami, M., Müller, J. (2014). A Collaborative See – through Display Supporting On-demand Privacy. ACM SIGGRAPH '14 Emerging Technologies. Publication details

Walter, R., Valkanova, N., Bailly, G., & Müller, J. (2014). Cuenesics: Using Mid-Air Gestures to Select Items on Interactive Public Displays. ACM MobileHCI '14. Publication details

Müller, J., Bailly, G., Bossuyt, T., & Hillgren, N. (2014). MirrorTouch: Combining Touch and Mid-air Gestures for Public Displays. ACM MobileHCI. Publication details

Puschmann, C. & Burgess, J. (2014). Metaphors of big data. International Journal of Communication, 8, 1690–1709. Publication details

Send, H., Ebert, J., Friesike, S., Gollatz, K., & Schildhauer, T. (2014). Online Mit­machen und Entscheiden – Partizipationsstudie 2014. Berlin: Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft. Publication details

Al-Ani, A., Stumpp, S., & Schildhauer, T. (2014). Crowd-Studie 2014 – Die Crowd als Partner der deutschen Wirtschaft. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(02). Publication details

Send, H., Friesike, S., & Zuch, A. N. (2014). Participation in On-Line Co-Creation: Assessment and Review of Motivations. HIIG Discussion Paper Series Discussion Paper, 2014(01). Publication details

Fecher, B., Friesike, S., & Hebing, M. (2014). What drives academic data sharing? Working Paper Series des Rates für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsdaten, No. 236. Publication details

Gaffney, D. & Puschmann, C. (2013). Data collection on Twitter. In Weller, K., Bruns, A., Burgess, J., Mahrt, M., & Puschmann, C. (Eds.), Twitter and Society (pp. 55-67). New York, NY: Peter Lang. Publication details

Puschmann, C. & Burgess, J. (2013). The politics of Twitter data. In Weller, K., Bruns, A., Burgess, J., Mahrt, M., & Puschmann, C. (Eds.), Twitter and Society (pp. 43-54). New York, NY: Peter Lang. Publication details

Friesike, S. (2013). Basis des Fortschritts. Der Gemeinderat, 6-8. Publication details

Fischer, F. & Schildhauer, T. (2013). Vernetzter Urbanismus. Von der Netz- zur Stadtentwicklungspolitik. polis. Magazin für Urban Development. Publication details

Puschmann, C. (2013). (Micro)blogging science? Notes on potentials and constraints of new forms of scholarly communication. In Friesike, S. & Bartling, S. (Eds.), Opening Science (pp. 89-106). New York, NY: Springer. Publication details

Schildhauer, T. & Voss, H. (2013). Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing in the Sciences. In Bartling, S. & Friesike (Eds.), Opening Science (pp. 255-270). New York, NY: Springer. Publication details

Fenner, M., Scheliga, K., & Bartling, S. (2013). Reference Management. In Bartling, S. & Friesike (Eds.), Opening Science (pp. 125-138). New York, NY: Springer. Publication details

Fecher, B. & Friesike, S. (2013). Open Science: One Term, Five Schools of Thought. In Bartling, S. & Friesike (Eds.), Opening Science (pp. 17-47). New York, NY: Springer. Publication details

Bastos, M., Puschmann, C., & Travitzki, R. (2013). Tweeting Across Hashtags: Overlapping Users and the Importance of Language, Topics, and Politics. Proceedings of 24th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, 1–3 May 2013, Paris. Publication details

Fecher, B. & Friesike, S. (2013). Open Science: One Term, Five Schools of Thought. RatSWD Working Paper Series. Publication details

Walter, R., Bailly, G., & Müller, J. (2013). StrikeAPose: Revealing Mid-Air Gestures on Public Displays. CHI ’13 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 841–850. Publication details

Ziegler, N., Gassmann, O., & Friesike, S. (2013). Why do firms give away their patents for free? World Patent Information. Publication details

Send, H., Friesike, S., & Zuch, A.N. (2013). Motivation for Participation in Co-Creation. Conference Proceedings EURAM 2013. Publication details

Schmidt, C., Müller, J., & Bailly, G. (2013). Screenfinity: Extending the Perception Area of Content on Very Large Public Displays. CHI ’13 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1719–1728. Publication details

Zedtwitz, M., Friesike, S., & Gassmann, O. (2013). Managing R&D and New Product Development. In Dodgson, M., Gann, D., & Phillips, N. (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Publication details

Müller, J., Eberle, D., & Tollmar, K. (2014). Communiplay: A Field Study of a Public Display Mediaspace. CHI ’14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Publication details

Müller, J., Geier, M., Dicke, C., & Spors, S. (2014). The BoomRoom: Mid-air Direct Interaction with Virtual Sound Sources. CHI ’14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Publication details

Valkanova, N., Walter, R., Vande Moere, A., & Müller, J. (2014). MyPosition: Sparking Civic Discourse by a Public Interactive Poll Visualization. CSCW ’14 Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work. Publication details

Schildhauer, T. (2012). Kreative Potenziale ausschöpfen durch Crowdsourcing & Co. In Becer, L., Gora, W., & Uhrig, M. (Eds.), Informationsmanagement 2.0. Düsseldorf: Symposion Publishing. Publication details

Schildhauer, T. & Voss, H. (2012). Crowdsourcing. In Braun, G., Leitfaden Digitaler Dialog. Professioneller Kundenkontakt mit Social Media, E-Mail und Mobile. Waghäusel: marketing-BÖRSE. Publication details

Friesike, S. (2013). So viel wie möglich, . Gemeinderat Spezial: Breitbandausbau, 6 – 8. Publication details

Schildhauer, T. (2012). Informationstechnologie Crowdsourcing. Lösungssuche im Netz, . . Publication details

Schildhauer, T. & Susanne Hamalberg, S. (2012). Soziale Medien, eine Herausforderung für die Hochschule, . Die Kommunikation der Hochschule von morgen, 43-45. Publication details

Walter, R., Bailly, G., & Müller, J. (2012). guesstr: Revealing Mid-Air Gestures on Public Displays. . Publication details

Gassmann, O., Widenmayer, B., Friesike, S., & Schildhauer, T. (2012). Opening Up Science: Towards an Agenda of Open Science in Industry and Academia. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2012(4). Publication details

Krcmar, H., Friesike, S., Bohm, M., & Schildhauer, T. (2012). Innovation, Society and Business: Internet-Based Business Models and Their Implications. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2012(7). Publication details

Bentley, F., Cramer, H., & Müller, J. (2014). Beyond the bar: the places where location-based services are used in the city. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 1, 1-7. Publication details

Bartling, S. & Friesike, S. (2013). Opening Science: The Evolving Guide on How the Internet is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing. New York, NY: Springer. Publication details