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50 años de docencia e investigación. Contextos universitarios mediados.

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Os meus sinceros parabéns!!!

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L. García Aretio's curator insight, February 28, 2013 3:00 PM

...Pues bien, llegado el mes de febrero de 2013 caí en la cuenta de que en este mes, efectivamente, estaba cumpliendo 50 años dedicados a la docencia y a la investigación. Para ser más preciso, 50 años de docencia y 30 de investigación. En el año 1963 comencé como profesor de un centro educativo (Escuelas Profesionales Virgen de Guadalupe) de la ciudad de Badajoz, en Extremadura (España) y en 1982 tomaba mi primer contacto como docente universitario en un Centro Asociado de la UNED, el de Mérida. Tres años después era docente e investigador en la Sede Central de la UNED en Madrid...

Miguel Angel Espinosa Mondragón's comment, February 28, 2013 3:59 PM
Felicidades, doctor, por medio siglo de contribuir al mejoramiento del mundo... y felicidades por los años que vendrán (¡que sean muchos!), por los valiosos conocimientos que aún está por obsequiarnos.
Claudio A. Clarenc's comment, March 1, 2013 3:51 AM
Dr. Aretio

Muy emotivo video.

Mis más sinceras felicitaciones por su labor y trayectoria y, más aún, por su dedicación y compromiso.

Tiene mi admiración.

Cordial saludo,
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How Yahoo Research Labs Studies Culture as a Formal Computational Concept | #SNA #DH

How Yahoo Research Labs Studies Culture as a Formal Computational Concept | #SNA #DH | Didactics and Technology in Education | Scoop.it
The ultimate goal: a truly computational understanding of human society, say Yahoo’s computational anthropologists.

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luiy's curator insight, August 19, 2:35 PM

Today, Luca Maria Aiello at Yahoo Labs in Barcelona, Spain, and a couple of pals, change that. They tease apart the nature of the links that form on social networks and say these atoms fall into three different categories. They also show how to extract this information automatically and then characterize the relationships according to the combination of atoms that exist between individuals. Their ultimate goal: to turn anthropology into a full-blooded subdiscipline of computer science.

 

Aiello and co used two data sets from a pair of large social networks. The first consists of over 1 million messages sent between 500,000 pairs of users of the aNobii social network, which people use to talk about books they have read. The second is a set of 100,000 anonymized user pairs who commented on each other’s photos on Flickr, sending around 2 million messages in total.

 

The team analyzes these messages based on the type of information they convey, which they divide into three groups. The first type of information is related to social status; messages displaying appreciation or announcing the creation of the social tie such as a follow or like. For example, a user might say a photograph is “an excellent shot” or say they’ve followed somebody or acknowledged attention they’ve got by thanking them for visiting a site.

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DiRT Directory : digital research #tools | #openaccess #dh

DiRT Directory : digital research #tools | #openaccess #dh | Didactics and Technology in Education | Scoop.it