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Building Content Knowledge: Collaborate and Curate

Building Content Knowledge: Collaborate and Curate | Notebook | Scoop.it
Mark Engstrom. 8th grade Geography teacher and Assistant Principal at Graded- The American School of São Paulo, has redesigned his entire course. Students move through the modules of this blended l...
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a personal notebook since summer 2013, a virtual scrapbook
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This notebook..

is a personal Notebook

For your information, I will be transfering scoops of the OKCC/C3O topic to my Notebook, in order to open a private space for the Biocluster of ICSU

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... designed to collect posts and informations I found and want to keep available but not relevant to the other topics I am curating on Scoop.it (on behalf of ASSIM):

 

the most sucessful being

Immunology, teaching and learning immunology

http://www.scoop.it/t/immunology

and

From flow cytometry to cytomics

http://www.scoop.it/t/from-flow-cytometry-to-cytomics

Immunology and Biotherapies, a page of resources for the DIU 

 http://www.scoop.it/t/immunology-and-biotherapies

 

followed by

Nancy, Lorraine

 http://www.scoop.it/t/nancy-lorraine

I am based at Université Lorraine in Nancy

 

Wuhan, Hubei,

 http://www.scoop.it/t/wuhan

because we have a long standing collaboration through a french speaking medical training program between Faculté de Médecine de Nancy and WuDA, Wuhan university medical school and Zhongnan Hospital

  

CME-CPD,

 http://www.scoop.it/t/cme-cpd

because I am at EACCME in Brussels, representative of the medical biopathology and laboratory medicine UEMS section

 

Mucosal Immunity,

 http://www.scoop.it/t/mucosal-immunity

because it was one of our main research interest some years ago 

 

It is a kind of electroinic scrapbook with many ideas shared by others. thanks to them

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Quantity vs quality: why a balance is key to content marketing success

Quantity vs quality: why a balance is key to content marketing success | Notebook | Scoop.it
It can be difficult to consistently create high-quality content. Learn how to find the right balance between content quantity vs quality for your strategy. 
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AirVisualEarth. Une carte mondiale de la pollution – Les Outils Tice

AirVisualEarth. Une carte mondiale de la pollution – Les Outils Tice | Notebook | Scoop.it
AirVisualEarth est une mappemonde animée tout à fait spéciale. Cette carte mondiale présente en effet en temps réel la qualité de l’air dans tous les pays du globe. Une radiologie « étouffante » de l’état de notre pauvre planète.
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Digital Learning Day is Feb. 23. Heres How to Celebrate -- THE Journal

Digital Learning Day is Feb. 23. Heres How to Celebrate -- THE Journal | Notebook | Scoop.it
The annual Digital Learning Day, started in 2012, gives educators an opportunity to collaborate with peers, share ideas, try out new digital tools, celebrate education innovation and play a role in the transformation of their own schools and communities. Digital Learning Day 2017 is Thursday, Feb. 23.
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UNESCO launch Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy | Information Literacy

UNESCO launch Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy | Information Literacy | Notebook | Scoop.it
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The World Needs Great Editors

The World Needs Great Editors | Notebook | Scoop.it
If you have a few minutes I highly recommend reading the transcript from a recent talk by Jenene Cossan at the MPA Magazine Sales Conference. I’ll quote liberally from the transcript and add additional thoughts but I suggest reading the transcript yourself. The talk is about much more than just the future of publishing. It’s more about... Read more »
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Communicating Science: What Can We Do Better? - The Scholarly Kitchen

Communicating Science: What Can We Do Better? - The Scholarly Kitchen | Notebook | Scoop.it
Communicating Science: What Can We Do Better?

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Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions

Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions | Notebook | Scoop.it
Background Scientific research in the 21st century is more data intensive and collaborative than in the past. It is important to study the data practices of researchers – data accessibility, discovery, re-use, preservation and, particularly, data sharing. Data sharing is a valuable part of the scientific method allowing for verification of results and extending research from prior results. Methodology/Principal Findings A total of 1329 scientists participated in this survey exploring current data sharing practices and perceptions of the barriers and enablers of data sharing. Scientists do not make their data electronically available to others for various reasons, including insufficient time and lack of funding. Most respondents are satisfied with their current processes for the initial and short-term parts of the data or research lifecycle (collecting their research data; searching for, describing or cataloging, analyzing, and short-term storage of their data) but are not satisfied with long-term data preservation. Many organizations do not provide support to their researchers for data management both in the short- and long-term. If certain conditions are met (such as formal citation and sharing reprints) respondents agree they are willing to share their data. There are also significant differences and approaches in data management practices based on primary funding agency, subject discipline, age, work focus, and world region. Conclusions/Significance Barriers to effective data sharing and preservation are deeply rooted in the practices and culture of the research process as well as the researchers themselves. New mandates for data management plans from NSF and other federal agencies and world-wide attention to the need to share and preserve data could lead to changes. Large scale programs, such as the NSF-sponsored DataNET (including projects like DataONE) will both bring attention and resources to the issue and make it easier for scientists to apply sound data management principles.
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researchers read between 12 and 25 hours par week, and a large portion dedicated to screening relevant content.
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Is Social Media The Future Of Healthcare?

Is Social Media The Future Of Healthcare? | Notebook | Scoop.it
Explore how physicians may use social media in their practices to improve patient outcomes, while adhering to various rules and regulations governing the healthcare industry and doctor-patient relationship.
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Flipboard Makes Content Curation Interest-Based With New “Smart Magazines” 4.0 Update - EconoTimes

Flipboard Makes Content Curation Interest-Based With New “Smart Magazines” 4.0 Update - EconoTimes | Notebook | Scoop.it
EconoTimes is a fast growing non-partisan source of news and intelligence on global economy and financial markets, providing timely, relevant, and critical insights for market professionals and those who want to make informed investment decisions.
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Hypothes.is – a digital annotation tool for collaborative and active reading

Hypothes.is – a digital annotation tool for collaborative and active reading | Notebook | Scoop.it
To define annotation it is when you add notes, comments or opinions about a piece of writing,  or a drawing, photo, or diagram. Often these are critical explanations to add extra insight about something. These explanations can be necessary to understanding writings in which the language might be difficult to make sense of without clarification.

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ICSU Unions receive award to launch multi-year initiatives in science outreach and education — ICSU

ICSU awards three grants, each worth 300,000 euros across 3 years
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Residents Spend More Time on Computer Than With Patients

Residents Spend More Time on Computer Than With Patients | Notebook | Scoop.it
Internal medicine residents at a Swiss teaching hospital spent nearly three times as much time on the computer as they did with patients, a new study showed.
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Science Curiosity and Political Information Processing

Science Curiosity and Political Information Processing | Notebook | Scoop.it
This article describes evidence suggesting that science curiosity counteracts politically biased information processing. This finding is in tension with two bodies of research. The first casts doub
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Expert explains our 'digital biography' affects our sense of self

Expert explains our 'digital biography' affects our sense of self | Notebook | Scoop.it
An expert at the University of Western Ontario reveals the birth of social media has hindered our ability to forget past experiences. Our 'digital biography' is found to get in the way of us knowing who we are.
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Iceland itinerary: How to get the best out of five days in Iceland in winter

Iceland itinerary: How to get the best out of five days in Iceland in winter | Notebook | Scoop.it
The best things to do in Iceland in winter – from ice caves to northern lights. A 5-day Iceland itinerary with tip for making the most of your time.
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Pourquoi et comment organiser une veille collaborative ?

Pourquoi et comment organiser une veille collaborative ? | Notebook | Scoop.it
Comment et pourquoi mettre en place une veille collaborative ? il n’est plus possible pour une personne de maîtriser toute l’information de votre société.
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Biggest challenges facing technology enhanced learning in higher education

How important is technology enhanced learning to higher education? In my experience of talking to and working with many academics and institutions, technology to enhance or engage students is very important. However, having been asked this recently I also think we should be asking: what are the challenges facing technology enhanced learning? 

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Just how big is Google Scholar? Ummm … 160 million indexed documents (plus or minus 10%), including journal articles, books, case law, and patents.

Just how big is Google Scholar? Ummm … 160 million indexed documents (plus or minus 10%), including journal articles, books, case law, and patents. | Notebook | Scoop.it
160 million indexed documents (plus or minus 10%), including journal articles, books, case law, and patents.

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160 million indexed documents (plus or minus 10%), including journal articles, books, case law, and patents.
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How do young adults engage with online health information?

How do young adults engage with online health information? | Notebook | Scoop.it

Social media, from blogs and wikis to sites such as Facebook or Twitter, are now common features of everyday life for many people. They provide the opportunity to share experiences of illness and to learn from the shared experiences of others, and previous research has shown this is particularly the case for people managing long-term health conditions.

The authors of this recent study (Fergie et al, 2016) wanted to explore not only how young adults with chronic conditions engage with health information they find online, but also how they contributed as ‘producers’ of that online information.

 


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Valentine's retreat in romantic South Estonia

Spend a distinctively different Valentine's day in romantic and scenic South Estonia. Do outdoor activities like kick sledging with your loved one in the countryside, dine in Tartu and relax at a spa hotel.
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Better Blogging: Content Curation Will Break Writer's Block Every Time • DrConnieDrBrad Blog

Better Blogging: Content Curation Will Break Writer's Block Every Time • DrConnieDrBrad Blog | Notebook | Scoop.it
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Scoop.it This is the nexus of content curation and social media with a Pinterest-esque user interface. Start with a topic of interest and Scoop.it will not only generate the most relevant articles to view and share, but it will also include complementary topics and other Scoop.it users to follow.
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Why All Doctors Should Be on Twitter

Why All Doctors Should Be on Twitter | Notebook | Scoop.it
I am a physician, clinical researcher, and educator. I am also on Twitter and tweet under the handle @EMARIANOMD. Naturally you may ask:  “How does Twitter fit into a physician’s academic career?”  Some of the benefits that Twitter offers doctors have been described previously by Dr. Brian Secemsky and Dr. Marjorie Stiegler among others.  Here are a few reasons of my own: Global Interaction:  Through Twitter I interact with people from …
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Three ways med students can use virtual reality

Three ways med students can use virtual reality | Notebook | Scoop.it

"The next education platform for future physicians could teach complicated procedures and even bedside manner ..."


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COMBIEN DE CHOSES POUVEZ-VOUS RÉALISER AVEC DE SIMPLES BLOCS DE BÉTON ? LE GUIDE FACILE | Meteofan

COMBIEN DE CHOSES POUVEZ-VOUS RÉALISER AVEC DE SIMPLES BLOCS DE BÉTON ? LE GUIDE FACILE | Meteofan | Notebook | Scoop.it
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