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Εκπαίδευση σε επαγγελματίες ψυχικής υγείας

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Μοντέλο «friends’ play».

Εκπαίδευση σε επαγγελματίες ψυχικής υγείας, ειδικούς παιδαγωγούς και εκπαιδευτικούς Αθήνα 11,12,13 Απριλίου 2014

Θεσσαλονίκη 25, 26, 27 Απριλίου 2014

Χανιά 13,14,15 Ιουνίου 2014

 

 La formation " friends' play" 1er niveau,  

le 4, 5, 6 Avril 2014

à Red Earth Centre, dans le 10ème arrondissement, Paris

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The 6 Golden Italian Food Rules

The 6 Golden Italian Food Rules | curator | Scoop.it

One of the lovely things about holidaying in Italy is how laid back everything is. Hanging out at the beach all day without even bothering to read a book. Slow walks in the early evening with no sense of purpose. Long languorous lunches.

Do not be fooled. Although they will humour you when you’re on holiday, Italians are anything but laid back when it comes to rules about food. Here are just a few which would never be transgressed by a self-respecting Italian:

Do not have cheese with seafood. If a waiter offers you parmesan for your spaghetti vongole, he is being mischievous and testing you. Look at him with a shocked expression and say ‘Sei pazzo? No grazie!’ Do not drink wine with pizza. Beer or a Coke are the correct partners. Do not drink a cappuccino after 11.30am.  It is perfectly acceptable to re-use your knife and fork between courses. But not your plate. If you are served a pasta dish which involves chicken, you are not in a bona fide Italian restaurant. Chicken is a ‘secondo’ which should be eaten on its own. You wouldn’t put a loin of beef or a lamb chop in your pasta would you? Well same thing. Don’t pour wine on wine – ie don’t refill a glass until it is empty, you vulgar beast.
Good luck and enjoy your relaxing stress free, laid back holiday.

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NTlab - DST

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- DST - (ntlab.gr) - Contact: dst14@ntlab.gr

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Konstantinos Kalemis's curator insight, March 13, 2014 4:58 PM

Storytelling has been well recognized as a basic human need, serving as a framework to express our views on ourselves and the world around us, give meaning to our lives and immortalize our memories. Storytelling, like learning, can only happen in social and affective settings, giving us the ability to change through verbalization, communication, creation and is a prerequisite to developing empathy and compassionate community action.

Today’s world, full of digital media and information overload on the one hand and, multiple crises of all sorts on the other, presents a double challenge for digital storytelling: to put digital media at the service of first-person stories, that can be told in a much more interactive manner, reposited in digital memory banks and eventually reach a wider audience; and, at the same time, to put storytelling at the service of creative action and solidary change, as the ultimate response to the crises currently tantalizing economies, societies, and the environment.

The Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis conference aspires to bring forward digital storytelling projects and efforts that provide new and engaging responses to the above themes and challenges. The conference will include keynote speeches, paper presentations, panels and workshops on all aspects of digital storytelling, plus screenings and exhibitions of digital stories. Emphasis will be placed on research and stories that bring forward digital storytelling as an effective response to crises at all levels.

The Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis conference is organized in Athens, Greece, during May 8-10, 2014, by the Laboratory of New Technologies in Communication, Education and the Mass Media and the University Research Institute of Applied Communication of the University of Athens and the collaboration of the Hellenic American Union. More details and updated information about this conference can be found on http://dst.ntlab.gr/.

Call for Contributions

All interested authors are invited to submit contributions to be considered for inclusion in the Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis conference program. Submitted contributions can take the form of

proposals for original research papers, not submitted or considered for publication elsewhereproposals for panels and workshopsproposals for screenings and exhibitions of digital stories.


Proposals concerning original research papers need to take the form of extended abstracts of no more than 1,500 words, that will be double-blind peer-reviewed by the Conference Committee. All proposing authors will be notified about review results, and authors of accepted paper proposals shall be expected to provide their full papers (between 4,000-5,000 words), and register to present them in the Conference in person (one mandatory author registration per paper), in order to be included in the Conference Proceedings that will be made available online.

Proposals concerning panels and workshops need to propose the title, objectives and speakers of each panel or workshop in a document of no more than 1,000 words. The availability of all speakers should be confirmed by the proposers prior to submission of each proposal, and the proposers themselves should be available to chair, during the Conference, the panels/workshops they propose. These proposals will be evaluated by the Conference Organizers and all proposers will be notified accordingly. Proposers of accepted panels and workshops, as well as all involved speakers, will be expected to register and attend the Conference in person.

Proposals concerning screenings and exhibitions of digital stories need to propose the title, objective and contents of each screening or exhibition in a document of no more than 1,000 words. The digital stories included in each proposal should also be submitted alongside the proposal, using free file sharing services such as Dropbox or similar. The IPR status of all stories included should be cleared by the proposers prior to submission of their proposals, and the proposers themselves should be available to present, during the Conference, the screenings and exhibitions they propose. These proposals will be evaluated by the Conference Organizers and all proposers will be notified accordingly. Proposers of accepted screenings and exhibitions will be expected to register and attend the Conference in person.

Important Dates

- All submissions for original research papers, panels, workshops, screenings and exhibitions of digital stories due (submission materials as above) : January 31, 2014 [extended deadline] February 14, 2014
(Updated: 31/01/2014)

- Notification of review results for all types of submissions : February 28, 2104

- Conference registration due : March 31, 2014

- Final materials for all types of submissions April 15, 2014

- Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis Conference : May 8 – 10, 2014

Registration Fees

Please note that all registration fees below are expressed in EUR and are discounted already for early-bird rates; no further discounts are possible.Fees include attendance of the 3 days of the conference plus the conference bag. Coffee and lunch break coupons can be purchased during the conference at separate discounted prices according to the details that will be announced.In all cases, the registration fees must be paid by the deadline for registration to the conference, according to the details that will be announced.fees for presenting participants, panelists, authors of screenings : 150 EURfees for all other participants : 50 EURfees for students, presenting or attending : 30 EURfees for unemployed people, presenting or attending : 0 EURPlease note that discounted fees for students and unemployed people are available for a limited number of seats. Therefore, in case you are interested for these discounts please take care to avoid last minute registration. Furthermore, in order to get the discounted fees for students and unemployed people please be prepared to provide an appropriate student or unemployed id document upon your check-in at the conference reception.


Notes for Contributors

All submissions should be directed by email to dst14@ntlab.gr. Please note that the working language of the conference is English.Digital materials of proposed stories for screenings and exhibitions should be uploaded in common video formats on free file sharing platforms such as Dropbox or similar, and notification emails should be sent to dst14@ntlab.gr with all details required for accessing them.All initial submissions and final materials need to be provided, at the authors’ responsibility, by the important dates mentioned above.Multiple submissions per proposer can be considered for evaluation, in the understanding that the rules for required registrations and attendance of the Conference apply as stated above.Submissions of any type to the Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis conference imply acceptance of and compliance to the terms mentioned in this Call for Contributions.In case of multiple submissions accepted by the same proposer, it must be ensured that at least one paid registration is made for each accepted submission.Any inquiries regarding the Digital Storytelling in Times of Crisis Conference and this Call for Contributions should be directed to dst14@ntlab.gr, mentioning “DST 2014” in the subject line.
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Use Hashtags to Generate Greater Brand Engagement

Use Hashtags to Generate Greater Brand Engagement | curator | Scoop.it
The hashtag has become the new "like" -- and that's not a good thing.  Just as marketers used to (and some sorry folks still do) obsess over how many Facebook likes they accumulate, many are now plastering hashtags on their communications and adding up the times they're used. The problem is the [...]
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How to Create The Perfect Social Media Post

How to Create The Perfect Social Media Post | curator | Scoop.it
As a marketer, you may find yourself struggling when it comes to formulating the perfect social media post. To make things easier for you, I've decided to cr
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The Complete Guide to Social Media Image Sizes: 2015 (infographic)

The Complete Guide to Social Media Image Sizes: 2015 (infographic) | curator | Scoop.it
Get your social media platforms optimized with the right image sizes and stand out from the crowd.

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Rudolf Kabutz's curator insight, March 5, 2015 7:26 AM

Quality cameras take photos with thousands of pixels wide and high, yet when you need to use these images on the online media communities, the resolution needs to be significantly reduced.
While this infographic guide helps you to get the right sizes, the actual QUALITY of the photo usually depends on the quality of the LENS you use.
So I do not mind trashing thousands of pixes when the final image actually looks just so much better!

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This Infographic Explains What Native Advertising Is

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Native advertising is hot right now even if nobody knows exactly what it is. One ad firm has attempted to solve that problem with this infographic.
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100 Content Marketers to Follow on Twitter in 2015

100 Content Marketers to Follow on Twitter in 2015 | curator | Scoop.it

Kick off your 2015 by learning from the experts of content marketing. WittyParrot’s list of 100 Content Marketers to Follow on Twitter will give you expert tips on content that drives business to you and helps you foster client relationships.


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Content Marketers

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Les 5 ingrédients d’une stratégie de storytelling réussie pour le Community Manager | Institut Pellerin - Formation

Les 5 ingrédients d’une stratégie de storytelling réussie pour le Community Manager | Institut Pellerin - Formation | curator | Scoop.it
Cet article vise à guider le Community Manager dans l'établissement d'une stratégie de storytelling réussie.

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4 Promotion Strategies Used by the Best Business Bloggers

4 Promotion Strategies Used by the Best Business Bloggers | curator | Scoop.it

Curata's Business Blogging Survey of 428 marketers revealed what it takes to develop and sustain a highly successful blog. Key findings of the study demonstrate that blogs have most certainly not disappeared. Instead, business blogs have morphed into a mature part of enterprises’ content marketing and publishing ecosystem.

 

For example:

●80% of marketers use blogs as part of their content marketing strategies.

●70% of business bloggers have had their blogs for more than two years.

●44% of business bloggers have more than two blogs.

 

 

There is an exclusive group of business bloggers, which we’ll call “The 10K Club”, who receive more than 10,000 page views per month. This groups represents 21.8% of all business bloggers in the study.  These bloggers certainly create great content, but they are also experts at thinking “out of the box” when it comes to developing innovative promotion strategies.


Here are 4 promotion secretes of the "10K Business Bloggers Club:"


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Customer-Centric Leadership: Seven Steps To Corporate Culture Change

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Here are seven steps for using your leadership to drive cultural change.

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Updated Guide to All Social Media Image Dimensions

Updated Guide to All Social Media Image Dimensions | curator | Scoop.it
Want your social media pages to look slick & professional? This updated guide to the latest social media image dimensions will help you get there.
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Top 10 Tips to Build a Google-Friendly Site - 'Net Features - Website Magazine

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Social Media Tools: The Complete List (112 Free & Paid Tools)

Social Media Tools: The Complete List (112 Free & Paid Tools) | curator | Scoop.it

If you are looking for a complete list of the best social media tools, then you’re in the right place!


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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, June 6, 12:49 AM

Here's a great list of social media tools. Many of these I use.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 11, 2:26 PM

Now that's a toolkit! 112 free and paid social media tools.

Steve Whitmore's curator insight, August 12, 8:19 AM
This is quite a list of Social Media Tools.  A little overwhelming, but worth two or three read-throughs.
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The Geometry of Pasta Review and Why Pasta Shapes and Sauces are Interconnected - Italian Food and Recipes - Scordo.com

The Geometry of Pasta Review and Why Pasta Shapes and Sauces are Interconnected - Italian Food and Recipes - Scordo.com | curator | Scoop.it
The Geometry of Pasta Review and Why Pasta Shapes and Sauces are Interconnected (The relationship between pasta shapes and sauces is deeper than you imagine: http://t.co/N1ERYkJ9...)...

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Millennials Adept at Filtering Out Ads - eMarketer

Millennials Adept at Filtering Out Ads - eMarketer | curator | Scoop.it
Millennials have been born and raised in the age of technology, and unlike past generations, they are not influenced by traditional "push" marketing strategies. Nora Ganim Barnes, chancellor professor of marketing and director of the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, spoke with eMarketer about the implications for companies.
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Eye-Tracking Study: Native Ads vs. Banner Ads

Eye-Tracking Study: Native Ads vs. Banner Ads | curator | Scoop.it
Advertising - Native ads in digital news feeds receive significantly more visual attention from consumers than banner ads do, according to a recent report from Sharethrough and Nielsen.
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The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Killer Explainer Video

The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Killer Explainer Video | curator | Scoop.it
When you land on a website, do you end up reading all of the text on the page? The chances are, you don't. So why not put an explainer video on your site
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9 of the Best Free Social Media Analytics Tools

9 of the Best Free Social Media Analytics Tools | curator | Scoop.it

Word-of-mouth advertising is very powerful. You need to earn the trust of your audience so they will recommend your products or services to their friends. Chances are that you’re already using Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms to create engagement and thought leadership in your space. Social media analytics tools can help you make sense of how well your social media marketing efforts are paying off and identify areas that need improvement.

These 9 free social media analytics tools are some of the best out there.




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9 of the Best Free Social Media Analytics Tools

Bart van Maanen's curator insight, February 25, 2015 7:23 AM

Met dit online gereedschap krijg je een beter beeld over wat er gebeurt met je social media berichten en die van anderen. Daardoor kun je uitvinden wat voor jou goed werkt en hoe je je posts kunt verbeteren.

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How Hashtags Work on Twitter, Instagram, Google Plus, Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr and Flickr

How Hashtags Work on Twitter, Instagram, Google Plus, Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr and Flickr | curator | Scoop.it

Hashtags, which make it easier to find, share and curate content on social platforms, can be an invaluable tool in your marketing arsenal.


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ManufacturingStories's curator insight, February 14, 2015 10:33 AM

Outstanding article on #Hashtags and super website for content marketing info and resources

RebeccaMoore's curator insight, February 17, 2015 8:05 PM

Keep this for future reference for project and networking in the future.

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¿Cómo funcionan los Hashtags enTwitter, Instagram, Google +, Pinterest, Facebook, Tumblr y Flickr? Guía en inglés que explica cómo los Hashtags sirven para buscar, compartir y curar contenido en las redes sociales.

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Utiliser les groupes Facebook pour faire du marketing ?

Utiliser les groupes Facebook pour faire du marketing ? | curator | Scoop.it

L’année dernière, de nombreuses pages Facebook ont souffert de la chute du reach organique. Facebook l’a reconnu, des pages ont vu la visibilité de leurs publications baisser de manière importante. Certaines pages ont même décidé de quitter le numéro un des réseaux sociaux, parce que selon eux, les ressources pourraient être mieux utilisées ailleurs. D’un autre côté, quitter Facebook pourrait s’avérer un peu suicidaire. Selon les derniers chiffres, le numéro un des réseaux sociaux est utilisé par 890 internautes par jour et 1,39 milliards par mois. Et d’après le PDG Mark Zuckerberg, « Facebook reste probablement et encore globalement un très bon moyen gratuit d’atteindre votre audience ».

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Vie toxique's curator insight, January 30, 2015 4:03 AM

Je ne suis pas trop pour l'utilisation des groupes Facebook car il y est plus difficile d'y maîtriser sa e-réputation.

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Le Native Advertising dans une stratégie social media : le cas Bose et JNPPVSM

Le Native Advertising dans une stratégie social media : le cas Bose et JNPPVSM | curator | Scoop.it
Dans un univers désormais parasité par le sponsoring et la publicité, l’utilisation intelligente de communautés...

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25 Questions To Help You Define Your Social Media Marketing Strategy (and How to Find the Answers)

25 Questions To Help You Define Your Social Media Marketing Strategy (and How to Find the Answers) | curator | Scoop.it
Whether you’re starting a social media marketing plan from scratch or redefining an existing social media strategy, we’ve found that taking a moment to reflect on some key questions can be a real…

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Web Design & Development

be social:  
https://www.facebook.com/JakartaWebDeveloper

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The Ultimate SEO Checklist: 25 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Your Next Post

The Ultimate SEO Checklist: 25 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Your Next Post | curator | Scoop.it
Do you know what the largest traffic source for your blog is? It’s not social media or direct visitors… It’s actually Google. And if it isn’t, t
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11 Facebook Marketing Tools to Help You Optimize Your Page

11 Facebook Marketing Tools to Help You Optimize Your Page | curator | Scoop.it
How to run a Facebook contest, analyze your page, and more: The best Facebook tools for marketers
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Which of the major social media platforms should I leverage? (Infographic)

Which of the major social media platforms should I leverage? (Infographic) | curator | Scoop.it
If there is one thing I keep repeating, it is this: In social media, you should not be everywhere. The more profiles you have, the harder it is to focus on your audience. Building solid relationshi...

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, September 12, 2014 9:10 AM

A great infographic created by Neil Patel, of Quick Sprout. Whether you are a budding entrepreneur or experienced business owner, remember that you do not need to be everywhere! Focus on your audience, first.