This cross-domain is concerned with the ongoing production of a multilingual glossary; a multilingual dictionary with sources; ontologies as needed; and essays explaining the use of terms and concepts within the project.
This cross-domain is concerned with the ongoing production of annotated bibliographies, identifying relevant published articles, books, etc., case law, policies, statutes, standards, blogs and similar grey literature.
This cross-domain is concerned with the development of different models of curricula for transmitting the new knowledge produced by the project.
The policy cross-domain considers policy-related issues emerging from the five research domains; for instance, it would cover policy issues pertaining to the development and implementation of the 'nfrastructure' or 'security' standards, or as the facilitator for the implementation of laws. In general, it addresses recordkeeping issues associated with the development and implementation of policies having an impact on the management of records in an online environment; policies can be broad, such as a national policy on information management, or very specific, such as a policy on adopting certain standards within an organization.
This cross domain is concerned with the analysis of social change consequent to the use of the Internet, including but not limited to use/misuse of social media of all types, trustworthiness of news, data leaks (intentional or accidental/force majeure) consequences, development issues (power balance in a global perspective), organizational culture issues, and individual behaviour issues.