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Consejos para publicar e-books en forma de apps

Consejos para publicar e-books en forma de apps | Humánica | Scoop.it

Jon Feldman, director ejecutivo de Open Air, compañía editora de referencia en el sector de la no ficción digital, ofrece algunas recomendaciones para publicar ebooks en forma de apps que Laura Hazard Owen reproduce a través de un artículo en PaidContent.

 

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¿Por qué la mayoría de los libros infantiles hablan todavía de niños blancos?

¿Por qué la mayoría de los libros infantiles hablan todavía de niños blancos? | Humánica | Scoop.it

Artículo de Soraya Chemay.


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Linda L. Rosario's curator insight, November 24, 2013 10:29 AM

Interesante reportaje de algo que la mayoría de los Maestros Biblitecarios pasamos por alto a la hora de hacer las adquisiciones de nuestros recursos. Un buen punto a la hora de educar también a los padres y los que están a cargo de la crianza. Excelente para reflexiomar ...

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Arthur C. Clarke: Science fiction writers are accidental prophets

Arthur C. Clarke: Science fiction writers are accidental prophets | Humánica | Scoop.it
A 1995 interview captures the "2001" author's thoughts on space travel, artificial intelligence and Stanley Kubrick

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La explosión de la solidaridad

La explosión de la solidaridad | Humánica | Scoop.it
Agudo, Zygmunt Bauman expone en este ensayo magistral las razones por las cuales el mundo necesita del cooperativismo y de una actitud altruista en momentos en que tiemblan las estructuras sociales y el capitalismo busca recomponerse.
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"En una sociedad de consumidores que tratan al mundo como un reservorio de potenciales objetos de consumo, la estrategia de vida recomendada es forjarse un nicho relativamente cómodo y seguro para uso exclusivamente privado dentro del espacio público, que es totalmente inhospitable para la gente, indiferente a las perturbaciones y a la desdicha humanas, repleto de emboscadas y trampas explosivas. En este mundo, la solidaridad no sirve de mucho."

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Eduardo Punset: “Los niños nacidos cerca del año 2000 serán casi todos centenarios”

Eduardo Punset: “Los niños nacidos cerca del año 2000 serán casi todos centenarios” | Humánica | Scoop.it
Vendió más de un millón de libros sobre ciencia. Su consigna básica es “Todo tiempo pasado fue peor”.
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El cuento de la buena fama

El cuento de la buena fama | Humánica | Scoop.it
Famosos y célebres buscan ser cada vez más notorios. La búsqueda del reconocimiento es permanente en artistas, músicos, escritores y también en quienes son ajenos a estos círculos. Nadie es igual luego de volverse famoso.
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Damien Walter – Sparks will fly

Damien Walter – Sparks will fly | Humánica | Scoop.it
Infatuated by celebrity, stuck in dreary work, addicted to consumerism. Only a creator culture can save us from ourselves
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Why online education is mostly a fantasy

Why online education is mostly a fantasy | Humánica | Scoop.it

In the end, MOOCs and online programs primarily help those who are self motivated to learn, and the vast majority of these people would have figured out how to educate themselves, whether in college or on their own, regardless of whether or not online courses are available.

 


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Jason R Levine's comment, May 3, 2013 4:21 PM
There need not be a dichotomy of online learning and having the personalized attention of a teacher/coach. This article, and others like it, are misguided if their point is that online education will forever remain a fantasy; they are valuable articles in that they correctly note what's limiting and/or dysfunctional now to set us on course to the new "reality" of online and blended learning being superior to traditional "brick and mortar" education.
Mihail Gavrilov's curator insight, May 4, 2013 9:36 AM

интернет-обучение - преимущественно фантазии. Оно подходит только для мотивированных, целеустремленных, склонных к самостоятельному поиску знаний

silvermanmc's curator insight, May 6, 2013 1:56 PM

Learning has almost always been a social endeavor... online learning that approximates such...is potentially more effective... 

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Bill for compulsory science fiction in West Virginia schools

Bill for compulsory science fiction in West Virginia schools | Humánica | Scoop.it
Republican state delegate Ray Canterbury says move would inspire pupils to use practical knowledge and imagination in the real world
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¡Una ley para incluir la ciencia ficción en la escuela! My dream come true!

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6 ESTRATEGIAS para crear lectores/as ávidos/as (presentación)


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Did the very first science fiction magazine appear in Russia in 1894?

Did the very first science fiction magazine appear in Russia in 1894? | Humánica | Scoop.it

We tend to think science fiction magazines started when Hugo Gernsback introduced the concept of "scientificion." But for the quarter-century leading up to the Russian Revolution, the Russians were massive consumers of "scientific fantasy," and...


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 (...) Science fiction in the Russian context, therefore, connotes much more than a by-product of the consciousness that science and technology had become the primary driving forces of modern life.

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Smartphones, tabletas y bibliotecas públicas: entendiendo la nueva realidad en el consumo de información

Smartphones, tabletas y bibliotecas públicas: entendiendo la nueva realidad en el consumo de información | Humánica | Scoop.it

Natalia Arroyo analiza varias experiencias, con preferencia por las llevadas a cabo en España, y se propondrá un plan de acción en diferentes fases para aquellas bibliotecas que desean iniciarse, prestando especial atención a algunos trucos para ser más eficaces.

 

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Want Kids to Succeed at School? Stock Your Home with Books : Publishing Perspectives

Want Kids to Succeed at School? Stock Your Home with Books  : Publishing Perspectives | Humánica | Scoop.it
Reading books at home are the most important indicator of academic performance at school, says a new study about the learning habits of UK children.
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A Detailed History Of Social Media - Infographic

A Detailed History Of Social Media - Infographic | Humánica | Scoop.it

Do you know the history of social media? Think we'll remember Facebook in 20 years? This detailed timeline is a must-see.


Social media began decades before the Facebook era. It started, more or less, with CompuServe and Arpanet back in 1969. A couple years later, the first-ever email was sent.

It has evolved over the past few decades into a powerful tool, as seen in this social media history timeline. With so much that’s happened over the past few decades, we can only guess what’s coming next for social media.


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Charles Rein's comment, July 24, 2013 3:38 PM
From the land of "Wired Telephones" USA, we can now look at how explosive Global growth and the potential 5-7 billion people who will always use a Smart or Cell device
Eleonora Guglielman's curator insight, August 1, 2013 9:18 AM

Nice infographic

lbligen's curator insight, August 4, 2013 5:44 AM

Always new background information.

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El espacio, la nueva frontera del capitalismo

El espacio, la nueva frontera del capitalismo | Humánica | Scoop.it
El espacio, la nueva frontera del capitalismo
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Me declaro CAPITALISTA

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La filosofía como adorno cultural

La filosofía como adorno cultural | Humánica | Scoop.it
Clarin.com. Noticias de la Argentina y el mundo. Información actualizada las 24 horas y en español. Informate ya
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La 'verdadera' revolución de la literatura portátil

La 'verdadera' revolución de la literatura portátil | Humánica | Scoop.it
Fuente: Alanna Cavanagh / Smithsonianmag.com El iPhone se convirtió en el smartphone más vendido del mundo en parte porque Steve Jobs estaba obsesionado con la ergonomía de la vida diaria, argumenta Clive Thompson en Smithsonian Magazine.

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Cuaderno de maestra's curator insight, May 7, 2013 3:21 AM

¿libro electrónico o libro de papel? En mi opinión, lo importante es leer. Buscando información sobre la historia de las librerías he encontrado este artículo y me ha parecido interesante. 

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Ficha de la obra

Ficha de la obra | Humánica | Scoop.it
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"¡Todos sabios!" es a la vez el deseo y la apelación a que la sabiduría y el conocimiento sea cosa de todos

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How to Be the Best Version of You

How to Be the Best Version of You | Humánica | Scoop.it
Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. --Steve Jobs
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La muerte del escritor de clase media - elConfidencial.com

La muerte del escritor de clase media - elConfidencial.com | Humánica | Scoop.it
Siempre ha sido así, pero ahora el cuento ya no tiene un final feliz. El escritor pasa a ganarse la vida como escritor cuando empiezan a pagar bien.
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Does the new Pope believe in evolution?

Does the new Pope believe in evolution? | Humánica | Scoop.it
The answer is actually yes. And in fact, the Roman Catholic Church has recognized Darwinian evolution for the past 60 years.
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Currently, I see in Germany, but also in the United States, a somewhat fierce debate raging between so-called "creationism" and evolutionism, presented as though they were mutually exclusive alternatives: those who believe in the Creator would not be able to conceive of evolution, and those who instead support evolution would have to exclude God. This antithesis is absurd because, on the one hand, there are so many scientific proofs in favour of evolution which appears to be a reality we can see and which enriches our knowledge of life and being as such. But on the other, the doctrine of evolution does not answer every query, especially the great philosophical question: where does everything come from? And how did everything start which ultimately led to man? I believe this is of the utmost importance. (Pope Benedicto XVI)

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El hábito de lectura escolar depende de la metodología educativa, según tesis. diariovasco.com

El hábito de lectura escolar depende de la metodología educativa, según tesis. diariovasco.com | Humánica | Scoop.it
San Vicente del Raspeig (Alicante), 26 feb (EFE).- Una tesis doctoral de un profesor de la Universidad de Alicante (UA) vincula el hábito de lectura en los escolares al t

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