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This article presents the methods used in the research among “Added Social Value and Social Cohesion” (in collaboration with CESVOT Centre for Voluntary Services Tuscany and IaD E-learning Instruction School of Università di Roma Tor Vergata). This proposes to evaluate the quality of the added social value, but in this seat we will only report the research methods used for the activity which was developed towards the use of the web in relationship to the perception of its learning potentials.
The present research is conducted with a non-standard methodology, an approach which allows to widen the meaning of the concepts and the relationships that should be analysed through the reconstruction of the expected semantic maps (belonging to the research team) as well as the ones that apply during (with the people involved in the investigation) and after the research (of the team). The construction and re-construction of the maps is a process that goes hand in hand with the development of the entire activity of research, helping to define the conceptual frames spotted at the origins.
In this paper we propose a methodological reflection of which at this stage is it not possible to diffuse the results.


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Spinelli, A., & Volterrani, A. (2011). Non-standard Methodologies in the Evaluation of Online Interaction. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 7(1).