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How a Social Network Analysis (SNA) can help leadership development programs | Leadership Learning Community

How a Social Network Analysis (SNA) can help leadership development programs | Leadership Learning Community | Gestao | Scoop.it
Over the past several months the Leadership Learning Community has had the opportunity to partner with the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York to conduct a Social Network Analysis of their Health Leadership Fellows Program graduate network.   Since many leadership programs could benefit from an SNA, we wanted to share examp
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Intro materials: network analysis software (UCINET, NodeXL, Gephi, Statnet, ERGM, RSiena) | #datascience #SNA

Intro materials: network analysis software (UCINET, NodeXL, Gephi, Statnet, ERGM, RSiena) | #datascience #SNA | Gestao | Scoop.it
Introductory materials, handouts and R scripts for network analysis and visualization.

 

In the fall of 2012, I got to design & lead the weekly labs for a network seminar at USC. I also worked on the methods portion of the syllabus for the class. COMM 645: Communication Networks is a PhD-level course taught by Peter Monge. The labs cover a range of network tools – from the classic UCINETprogram through NodeXL and Gephi, to R introduction, Statnet, exponential random graph and actor-based modeling. Since the handouts & script examples may be useful for people outside the course, I’m sharing them here.


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Immersion tool: a people-centric view of your email life | #SelfAwareness #SNA

Immersion tool: a people-centric view of your email life | #SelfAwareness #SNA | Gestao | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, April 3, 2014 3:38 AM
Immersion is an invitation to dive into the history of your email life in a platform that offers you the safety of knowing that you can always delete your data. Just like a cubist painting, Immersion presents users with a number of different perspectives of their email data. 
It provides a tool for self-reflection at a time where the zeitgeist is one of self-promotion. 
It provides an artistic representation that exists only in the presence of the visitor. 
It helps explore privacy by showing users data that they have already shared with others. 
Finally, it presents users wanting to be more strategic with their professional interactions, with a map to plan more effectively who they connect with. So Immersion is not about one thing. It’s about four. It’s about self-reflection, art, privacy and strategy. It’s about providing users with a number of different perspectives by leveraging on the fact that the web, and emails, are now an important part of our past.
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How #algorithms decide the #news you see

How #algorithms decide the #news you see | Gestao | Scoop.it
Homepage traffic for news sites continues to decrease. This trend is the result of an “if the news is important, it will find me” mentality that developed with the rise of social media, when people began to read links that their friends and others in their networks recommended. Thus, readers are increasingly discovering news through social media, email, and reading…

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luiy's curator insight, May 22, 2014 6:01 AM

Beyond the filter bubble, algorithmic bias extends to search engine manipulation, which refers to the process undertaken by many companies, celebrities, and public figures to ensure that favorable content rises to the top of search engine results in particular regions. Though not intuitive to the average Web user, it's actually a form of soft censorship, explains Wenke Lee, Director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center.

 

After reading Pariser's book, Lee and his research team set out to test the effect of personalized search results on Google and built a tool called Bobble, a browser plug-in that runs simultaneous Google searches from different locations around the globe so users can see the difference between Google search returns for different people. They found that results differ based on several factors: Web content at any given time, the region from which a search is performed, recent search history, and how much search engine manipulation has occurred to favor a given result. Though Bobble has largely been confined to research purposes, it has been downloaded close 10,000 times and has tremendous potential as a news literacy teaching tool.

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Social networks for managers | #SNA #KM #ONA

Revision of Previous Show on SNA and Introduction to Tools The Language of Networks Introduction to Social Network Analysis/ Cases Tools for Analyzing social...

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june holley's curator insight, March 5, 2014 11:20 AM

Lots in here about social network mapping and analysis.

Liz Rykert's curator insight, March 6, 2014 12:58 PM

Thanks for this one June!

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Business Model You - Um Método de uma página para reinventar sua Carreira

Business Model You - Um Método de uma página para reinventar sua Carreira | Gestao | Scoop.it
Descreve uma ferramenta e um método excelente para profissionais de coaching e para aqueles que desejam repensar suas carreiras. Business Model You (BMYou) é um guia maravilhoso e inspirador que pr...
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Seja o líder que as empresas querem

Seja o líder que as empresas querem | Gestao | Scoop.it
O líder que as empresas querem impõe menos e pergunta mais. É hora de usar as relações a seu favor, compreender o cenário rapidamente e colocar a mão na massa
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A New Leadership Key Performance Indicator - Behavior

A New Leadership Key Performance Indicator - Behavior | Gestao | Scoop.it
Consistency of leadership behavior aligning with stated goals. A Billion Words of Leadership – Is it time for a Leadership Checkup?
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Don’t Work With Jerks: 5 Lessons I Learned From My Dad

Don’t Work With Jerks: 5 Lessons I Learned From My Dad | Gestao | Scoop.it
Me and my dad practicing our handshakeIn the spirit of Father’s Day, it seemed only fitting that I write a post highlighting some of the terrific lessons I’ve learned over the years from
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#Gamification - Defining, Designing and Using it | #context #connective

A presentation that describes the concept of gamification, it's roots, design and application. Minimal words, lots of pics and lots of fun to present. :) Mak...

Via Juanmi Muñoz, Javier Sánchez Bolado, Luciana Viter, Maria Margarida Correia, michel verstrepen, Terheck, luiy
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The future of knowledge navigation | #HCI #Wolfram #interoperability

The future of knowledge navigation | #HCI #Wolfram #interoperability | Gestao | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, March 19, 2014 10:18 AM

Stephen Wolfram's recent announcement may change all that. The Wolfram Alpha natural language he has announced seems to be a solution to many complex human/computer interface problems. According to Wolfram, symbolic programming is the future of systems design. He says:

"There are plenty of existing general-purpose computer languages. But their vision is very different—and in a sense much more modest—than the Wolfram Language. They concentrate on managing the structure of programs, keeping the language itself small in scope, and relying on a web of external libraries for additional functionality. In the Wolfram Language my concept from the very beginning has been to create a single tightly integrated system in which as much as possible is included right in the language itself."

Wolfram also talks about the fluidity of the new language, suggesting that coding and data can become interchangeable:

"In most languages there’s a sharp distinction between programs, and data, and the output of programs. Not so in the Wolfram Language. It’s all completely fluid. Data becomes algorithmic. Algorithms become data. There’s no distinction needed between code and data. And everything becomes both intrinsically scriptable, and intrinsically interactive. And there’s both a new level of interoperability, and a new level of modularity."

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Open Educational Resources (#OER ): Resource Roundup | #socialLearning

Open Educational Resources (#OER ): Resource Roundup | #socialLearning | Gestao | Scoop.it
An educator's guide to open educational resources (OER), including online repositories, curriculum-sharing websites, sources for lesson plans and activities, and open textbooks.

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luiy's curator insight, April 21, 2014 2:59 PM

OER, a part of the global open content movement, are shared teaching, learning, and research resources available under legally recognized open licenses—free for people to reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute. Why are OER important? High-quality OER can save teachers significant time and effort on resource development and advance student learning inside and outside the classroom. Further, open sharing of resources has the potential to fuel collaboration, encourage the improvement of available materials, and aid in the dissemination of best practices.

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The #CollectiveIntelligence Handbook | #openaccess

The #CollectiveIntelligence Handbook | #openaccess | Gestao | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, May 24, 2014 7:40 AM

Collective intelligence has existed at least as long as humans have, because families, armies, countries, and companies have all--at least sometimes--acted collectively in ways that seem intelligent. But in the last decade or so a new kind of collective intelligence has emerged: groups of people and computers, connected by the Internet, collectively doing intelligent things. In order to understand the possibilities and constraints of these new kinds of intelligence, a new interdisciplinary field is emerging.

 

This book will introduce readers to many disciplinary perspectives on behavior that is bothcollective and intelligent.  By collective, we mean groups of individual actors, including, for example, people, computational agents, and organizations.  By intelligent, we mean that the collective behavior of the group exhibits characteristics such as, for example, perception, learning, judgment, or problem solving.

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Leadership Lessons I’m Still Using Today

Leadership Lessons I’m Still Using Today | Gestao | Scoop.it
You’ll sometimes see articles that offer THE definitive list of leadership principles. I wouldn’t want to claim to offer such a list. But I can touch on three lessons that have served me
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20 mandamentos de Jorge Paulo Lemann

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20 mandamentos de Jorge Paulo Lemann. Jorge Paulo Lemann é o brasileiro mais bem-sucedido no exterior. Graças às suas participações em tradicionais empresas como Anheuser-Busch InBev, Burger King e H.
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The Emotional Intelligence Skills Employers Want Now

The Emotional Intelligence Skills Employers Want Now | Gestao | Scoop.it
Someone on LinkedIn recently asked me, “Is emotional intelligence as important in today’s job market compared to 1995?” when I wrote my first book on the topic.More important than
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Teachers learning about and with ICT as collaborative design

Teachers learning about and with ICT as collaborative design | Gestao | Scoop.it

The key concept in all these initiatives is collaborative design. Collaboration and design have been increasingly promoted and explored in the years following the emergence of the WWW mostly because of the alignment of network technologies, a growing interest for the socially situated and communal nature of work and learning, and the development of design-based research as a promising approach to foster innovations in education. The notion of “communities of practice” has certainly provided useful conceptual tools to understand teaching as composed of a joint enterprise, a shared repertoire of knowledge and artifacts, and mutual engagement in community activities, roles, and relationships.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 21, 2013 12:33 PM

Collaborative design is certainly an area that's close to my heart and at the core of the true power of the internet and online learning.

Evelyn Izquierdo's curator insight, June 22, 2013 3:53 PM

Collaboration in a must when using ICT. Based on that purpose, communities of practice become useful spaces to share, learn and grow together professionally. If you are starting in the ICT field, I recommend you to websearch about "well known" or "recognized" communities in your teaching field; as well as creating a Twitter  account, so you can start building your personal learning network (PLN). Follow the leaders in your field, very soon you will be participating in collaborative projects; sharing ideas, resources and materials; or simply enjoying your new discoveries. :) 

Paul Signorelli's curator insight, June 24, 2013 9:51 PM

Reflections on 20 years of collaboration using information and communication technologies (ICT) in learning