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EASE Journal Blog: B - The end of journals

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The end of journals

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REVUE-ESPACES | Tourisme et marketing de contenu

REVUE-ESPACES | Tourisme et marketing de contenu | Notebook | Scoop.it
Le marketing de contenu s’appuie sur la création et la diffusion de contenus éditoriaux (rédactionnels, photos, vidéos…) qui servent, tour [...]

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SciBite : Text Mining, Competitor Intelligence and Semantics

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The "Venice of Japan" in Kyoto: a secret destination tourists don't know about yet

The "Venice of Japan" in Kyoto: a secret destination tourists don't know about yet | Notebook | Scoop.it

If you're looking for a spectacular tourist destination without all the tourists, you'll want to visit Kyoto's sleepy little fishing town that floats on the sea.

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The researcher’s guide to literature: Visualising crowd-sourced overviews of knowledge domains.

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The researcher’s guide to literature: Visualising crowd-sourced overviews of knowledge domains.

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The 10 most popular academic papers of 2015

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The 10 most popular academic papers of 2015

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Centuries Before Memes, There Were The LOLCats Of Japanese Woodprints

Centuries Before Memes, There Were The LOLCats Of Japanese Woodprints | Notebook | Scoop.it

Before the age of memedom -- before LOLcats and Lil Bub and Grumpy Cat and Henri, le Chat Noir -- there was ukiyo-e.

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Guerre 14-18 : Le vieux carnet (blog)

Guerre 14-18 : Le vieux carnet (blog) | Notebook | Scoop.it
Journal de guerre 1915-1916

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Bibliothèques-Médiathèques de Metz's curator insight, December 11, 2015 9:21 AM

Jean-Jacques Juven publie dans un blog, jour après jour, le journal de son grand-père au front près de Régniéville.

 

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The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong. How to Really Master a Skill

The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong. How to Really Master a Skill | Notebook | Scoop.it

Additionally, Gladwell failed to adequately distinguish between the quantity of hours spent practicing, and the quality of that practice. This misses a huge portion of Ericsson’s findings, and is the reason why Tim Ferriss scoffs at Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule in this video.


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Aline Choupin's curator insight, December 13, 2015 4:26 PM

Very interesting. A must read.

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The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong. How to Really Master a Skill

TD's curator insight, March 8, 6:03 PM

Great. I've always thought this 10k hours rule to be incredibly simplistic.

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E-portfolios | Jisc

E-portfolios | Jisc | Notebook | Scoop.it
Guidance and examples of organisational experience on choosing, implementing and using e-portfolios, supplemented by a range of case studies and multimedia resources.

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Fiona Harvey's curator insight, December 8, 2015 4:03 PM

Extremely comprehensive guide to ePortfolios.  Loads of information that can used to explore the use of eportfolios as well as case studies, policies etc. Recent ,2014.

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Enquête sur l’utilisation des outils de communication scientifique

Enquête sur l’utilisation des outils de communication scientifique | Notebook | Scoop.it
ORCID, DOAJ, HAL, ArXiv, Zenodo, Zotero, Mendeley, Academia, Google Scholar, GitHub, Dryad, Figshare… Kramer, Bianca; Bosman, Jeroen (2015): 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication –…
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6 Reasons Why A Standing Desk May Improve Your Next Presentation

6 Reasons Why A Standing Desk May Improve Your Next Presentation | Notebook | Scoop.it
It could be time to ditch sitting and try standing for a change. Here are 6 reasons why a standing desk can actually improve your next important presentation

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An interesting article that suggests you should be standing while making your presentation as it improves your perspective and increases your creativity.

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L'Engagement dans le travail. Qu'est-ce que le vrai boulot ? - Revues.org

L'Engagement dans le travail. Qu'est-ce que le vrai boulot ? - Revues.org | Notebook | Scoop.it
Le livre qu’Alexandra Bidet a publié aux Presses universitaires de France se présente comme un ouvrage se situant dans le champ de la sociologie du travail.
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‘First you see, then you know’: Becoming more creative in academic work

‘First you see, then you know’: Becoming more creative in academic work | Notebook | Scoop.it
Across disciplines and projects, there can be pressure for researchers to provide novel insights. But this can be easier said than done. Patrick Dunleavy offers some helpful strategies for innovati…
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Of course, academics and scientists must look a lot at journals. But remember also that anything you read in journals is ‘light from a distant star’ — it tells you only where the field was three years ago in STEM disciplines, perhaps four+ years in the social sciences. In addition, a far wider set of journals are relevant now than in the past, as digital accessing spreads the distribution of citable and original work. Record how you search, so that you can replicate complex Boolean search queries later, or adapt a successful search process for new applications.

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Faculty Focus: Top 15 Teaching and Learning Articles of 2015

Faculty Focus: Top 15 Teaching and Learning Articles of 2015 | Notebook | Scoop.it
From assignment strategies to cell phone policies, take a look at some of the most popular teaching and learning articles of the past year.

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1. More Evidence That Active Learning Trumps Lecturing 
Study after study have reported findings that favor active learning over lecture. And yet, we all know faculty who lecture almost exclusively.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, December 18, 2015 1:58 PM

I love those end of the year round up articles!  This is a good one.

Carlos Fosca's curator insight, December 20, 2015 12:37 PM

Interesantes artículos sobre enseñanza y aprendizaje de este año que se nos va y que podemos revisar en estas fiestas.

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La carte carbone

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Carte de la taille comparée des pays du monde en fonction de leur population, richesse, émission de CO2. Fascinant


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Évaluation ouverte par les pairs : polysémie et problématiques. 1/2

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"Julien Bordier est docteur en sociologie. Il est chargé du projet « Évaluations et commentaires ouverts » dans le cadre d’OpenAIRE2020 pour OpenEdition, en partenariat avec la revue VertigO et le ...

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où j'apprend le concept d'extelligence

et 1997 edition of figments of reality!

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Characterizing Social Media Metrics of Scholarly Papers: The Effect of Document Properties and Collaboration Patterns

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A number of new metrics based on social media platforms—grouped under the term “altmetrics”—have recently been introduced as potential indicators of research impact.

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Groupe de travail sur la saisine enseignement supérieur et recherche

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Le Conseil national du numérique, commission consultative indépendante a été chargé par le Secrétaire d’Etat chargé de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche d’une saisine sur la transformation numérique de l’enseignement supérieur (...) - Conseil national du numérique, 9/11/2015


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vous croyez que la curation de contenu aura sa place en recherche, pédagogie et information litteratie

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Mlle Lorraine bonsoir ! | World of Tanks

Une autre vidéo en arty ! Qui eu cru ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/jaylemagnifiquewot/?fref=ts Les chaînes des zamis !

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Il est toujours 13 h 43 à Bataville

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Ghislain Gad, un « doux rêveur » lorrain, veut redonner vie à Bataville, un ensemble industriel et urbain unique construit à partir de 1931 dans un ...

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A Quick Visual Guide To Education Technology | ...

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A Quick Visual Guide To Education Technology, from MOOC, Adaptive Learning, eLearning, Blended Learning, flipped classrooms, and gamification.


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Les recherches bâclées plus dommageables que l’inconduite en recherche?

Traduction libre de Sloopy Science is a Larger Evil than Research Misconduct. Hervé Maisonneuve, qui a participé à la 4e Conférence internationale sur l’intégrité en recherche, a retenu cette phrase du conférencier Lex Bouter. Selon Bouter, les mauvaises pratiques en recherche (sloppy research) prennent leur source dans trois facteurs : (...) L’éveilleur, by Sonia Morin, 06/06/2015


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The Ultimate Guide to Content Curation

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In a world where over 2 million blog posts are published daily, keeping an eye on the buzz gets difficult.

Instead of visiting a dozen of our favorite online publishers daily, we now prefer a one-
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For doctors who blog, a 5-letter mnemonic and a top 10 list about professionalism

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Physicians who blog spoke about their experiences at Kidney Week in Philadelphia, so it feels very “meta” to blog about the bloggers: Bryan S. Vartabedian (AKA Doctor_V), MD; Margaret S. Chisolm, MD; and Joel Topf, MD, (AKA Kidney_Boy). Each touched on professionalism in the age of social media.


(The American Society of Nephrology has adopted social media, specifically, Twitter, Dr. Topf explained, using the Twitter hashtag #Kidneywk14.Signs throughout the conference center encouraged attendees to participate. The panel also included a patient blogger, Sarah E. Kucharski, who separately discussed how doctors can use social media to communicate with patients.)

The 3 doctors each emphasized aspects of professionalism that are worth reviewing for those who are already extending their reputations online. And, Dr. Vartabedian said, physicians' professional reputations are already on the Internet. Patients expect to find information about their physicians online, and may be put off if they can't.

Dr. Vartabedian told the audience that physicians can maintain their reputations first by creating content, and then joining the conversation about that content.

Dr. Chisolm encouraged professionalism from physicians who use social media. Any mistake quickly becomes public, cannot be erased or truly kept private, and can quickly become amplified as it is reposted.

Dr. Topf recalled a case of a physician who thought that he could anonymously post everyday grumblings about patients on Twitter. But, during a malpractice case, the opposing lawyer asked him about a specific tweet, and asked point blank if that “anonymous” doctor was behind it. The physician had to settle the next day.

Before blogging, Dr. Chisolm encouraged physicians to THINK. Specifically, is the post:

True?
Helpful?
Inspiring?
Necessary?
Kind?

If you're posting about a patient, it's OK. She compared it to a case study. But, she encouraged the physician to get the patient's permission, preferably in writing. An audience member recounted his own experiences asking patients for permission. First, he said he writes the post. Then he shows it to the patient and asks permission to post it. “I'm always terrified before I ask, and they are always flattered,” he recounted.

10 rules for professionalism, as related by Dr. Chisolm:
1) Manage your online image proactively,
2) Your personal and professional identities can't always be separated,
3) Engage with the public, but be careful about giving advice,
4) Respect the privacy of all patients,
5) Show your human side (talk about sports, hobbies and the like) but maintain professional boundries,
6) Contribute expertise, insights and experiences, which are for physicians, the meat of the social media experience,
7) Treat others with respect
8) Remember that others may be watching you,
9) Support colleagues, and intervene when necessary, particularly for learners, and
10) Test out new ideas, learn from mistakes, and have fun.


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