Not all hyperlocal sites cover everything that's happening in the patch, some focus on specific subject areas. The latest in our series of Hyperlocal Voices sees Damian Radcliffe look at Coventry Culture.
Jesse Prinz is a professor of Philosophy at the City Univeristy of New York, a member of the editorial board of Cognitive Science, and an award-Winning Cognitive Scientist. He splits his time between New York City and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Intercultural communication is a widespread and longstanding phenomenon among communities, nations, and organizations: the scientific and systematic study of intercultural communication is now widely recognized as a ...
FOX43.com The Microsoft layoffs are about culture not money CITEworld Next for this culture shift is the Windows team, which makes sense given that rolling out new features and the kind of fixes that used to wait for a service pack now happens...
Let us agree, therefore, that regardless of age or situation, the learning process is one in which any learner can utilize formal, informal and social means to actually learn. It has nothing to do with generational divides.
If we were to re-categorize the foolish Prensky and Tapscott terms of Net Generation, Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants into a classification that encompasses all ages and takes into account the realities of access and participation levels, we might use the following:
The value of networksOUPblog (blog)This striking discovery, made by political scientist James Fowler and colleagues, reveals the extent to which social networks can influence the basic workings of democracy.