These data point to the democratization of Internet access in Brazil. But many questions remain, including a concern for whether this growth was accompanied by the development of digital culture, especially in the use of the network to increase research and teaching in the field of History. Here we present an overview of our discussions in this special edition by analyzing two case studies. Created in in Ning  by Bruno Leal, it aimed at promoting interaction between historians and to reach the general public. The hybrid structure of the web allowed the combination of a social network with a content portal. The most common practice, according to Leal, is the informal exchange and the remix of historical knowledge. In other words, little by little collaborative intellectual production is consolidated in the network without formal authorship; there is limited knowledge of the historian about their rights and duties in the world of authorship.
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Presentation proposals must be based on empirical research, theoretical and methodological debates and assessments of the academic production that enable the dialogue with others interested in similar themes. Since its creation, in , the WG promotes thematic conferences inside ANPUH bi-annual national symposiums and, in alternate years, workshops for researchers in the field. As in previous events, our aim is to provide for the presentation of research taking place in a variety of academic disciplines about labor history in Brazil and in other parts of the world. We intend to stimulate the collaboration between researchers on the field and the discussion of the current agenda for historical studies on the worlds of labor, both at the domestic and at the global fronts. We expect that proposed papers will debate the worlds of labor as broadly and comprehensively as possible. The round table will be composed by invited national and international specialists. The coordinated sessions are open to registration. Proposals can be made either for individual presentations or for complete sessions with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 participants.