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Tiburones del Paraná - Proyecto Transmedia

Tiburones del Paraná - Proyecto Transmedia | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
El proyecto transmedia posee tres ejes:

- La prueba en sí misma: la unión de Colón – Paysandú...
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Webonomía

Webonomía | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Artículos, noticias y oportunidades sobre tecnología, marketing, emprendimiento, internet y redes sociales.
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La "tecnología social": inteligencia y divergencia del siglo XXI

La "tecnología social": inteligencia y divergencia del siglo XXI | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
juandon En la sociedad de hoy hay dos coneptos que o confundimos o no asimilamos, ...la digitalización informatizada es un proceso técnico, mientras que la digitalización social es un proceso human...
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Como Bajar Canciones Gratis

Como Bajar Canciones Gratis | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Como Descargar Canciones Gratis y totalmente libre de virus, consejos practicos para que puedas bajar tus canciones preferidas a tu Pc
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Using mind maps to develop writing

Using mind maps to develop writing | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

"Making a mind map should be a spontaneous pre-writing activity. Students start with a topic at the centre and then generate a web of ideas from that, developing and relating these ideas as their mind makes associations.

 

"Mind maps work well as their visual design enables students to see the relationship between ideas, and encourages them to group certain ideas together as they proceed. Mind maps work especially well when created in groups, since the discussion this engenders aids the production of ideas, and makes the task livelier and more enjoyable."


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5 Amazing Ways To Collaborate With Another Class - Edudemic

5 Amazing Ways To Collaborate With Another Class - Edudemic | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

by Holly Clark

 

"It’s the inspiring glow of engagement and enthusiasm plus the fire in their eyes that makes me want to keep trying new projects. Their relentless desire to do collaborative-based work is proof that they enjoy the journey, the connections, and the role of play in their learning. One of the thrills about being an educator in 2013 is this ability to redefine the typical classroom landscape in this way. This year, we did it campus-wide with some pretty amazing projects that helped everyone see the value in collaborating, and the immense power of thinking outside the box – in this case, I literally mean the constrictive box of the traditional classroom."


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Transmedia: A Filmmakers Foe or Ally?

Transmedia: A Filmmakers Foe or Ally? | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

Julian Cheevers:  "There’s increasingly a lot of talk about Transmedia storytelling; the idea of taking pieces of a story and systematically putting them across different media touch points for the purposes of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience. But why is Transmedia storytelling important for independent filmmakers in particular?"


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RainboWillis's curator insight, June 24, 2013 1:06 PM

The best point touched here, IMO: Greater availability of tools demanding more of artists in order to differentiate their work from their peers'. 

Richard Stadler's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:18 AM

This could be a subtle shift in content creation. It might work, it might not, but I think test it. It might work for your company/market and not others..

Rob Erickson's curator insight, July 2, 2013 3:49 PM

It's definitely an ally if done the correct way.

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Generador de recorte de periódico. Create your own fun newspaper

Generador de recorte de periódico. Create your own fun newspaper | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Make a newspaper clipping with your own headline and story. In example to surprise friends and coworkers, send a birthday greeting or to give your next blog entry a special look.
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"transmedia storytelling is irrelevant to the audience as long we do it well" article @pamelarutledge

"transmedia storytelling is irrelevant to the audience as long we do it well" article @pamelarutledge | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Transmedia storytelling is a hotly debated term du jour that, on the one hand, is so broad that it’s nearly meaningless, while, on the other, seems to be incredibly difficult to replace with something better.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, July 11, 2013 8:48 PM

Quote "From a psychological perspective, everything is “transmedia,” but now we’ve figured out that we can move intentionally within that realm.  It isn’t just about entertainment franchises.  The human brain makes sense out of the entire world in exactly that way that beautifully orchestrated transmedia projects deliver StoryWorlds—through different sensory input received at different times through purposeful interaction and attention that create a layered meaning. Everything we learn and know comes at us bit by bit and much of it we gather ourselves on purpose.  Our brain accommodates this flea market of inputs by filtering and organizing it into a narrative that makes sense.  The more personal and provocative the inputs, the more attention we devote, the more meaning we create and the more enjoyment we experience.  The caveat: this is true only as long as the information flow is relevant to us AND makes sense within a somewhat fungible range of expectations so we can stick it on the narrative in some way.  If new information doesn’t fit in our cognitive framework, we reject it and move on with the emotional residue somewhere between lack of interest and dislike. "

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Analyze and Improve Your Writing Skills Online With Slick Write

Analyze and Improve Your Writing Skills Online With Slick Write | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

"Even the best writers from among us are prone to the odd mistake. Slick Write is an online tool which helps to correct and even improve your writing on a number of levels.

"Slick Write enables you to evaluate the stylistic features and potential flaws of your work, as well as giving you the ability to identify spelling errors and grammatical mistakes. Interestingly, the tool gives you an insight into the structure of your content, breaking up paragraphs and sentences in a unique, informative way.

"You can analyse the flow of your work, and assess some of the statistics which Slick Write provides for you. When using all the features in unison, it becomes relatively easy to turn an average piece of text, and turn it into a literary masterpiece.


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Bart van Maanen's curator insight, July 28, 2013 12:35 PM

Lijkt een mooie tool te ziijn, helaas alleen beschikbaar voor Engelse teksten en voor WordPress.

Krysta Hammond's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:35 PM

Will be a great addition to my lower level writing class who struggle with grammar or ideas. Passing this on to other Writing teachers in my division as well, thank you!

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T Is for Transmedia: Learning through Transmedia Play


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Jim Lerman's curator insight, July 28, 2013 9:32 AM

A seminal, synthesizing work; focused on the educative aspects of transmedia.

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Transmedia LearningWorlds | GETideas.org

Transmedia LearningWorlds | GETideas.org | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

by Laura Fleming

 

"Like so many of the most useful digital technologies finding their way into education, transmedia originated in the broad field of entertainment. Multi-platform storytelling fed the desire of audiences for complex and participative narratives. Today we have transmedia pioneers, such as Jeff Gomez, Lance Weiler, and others, creating intricate narratives that are told through books, comics, video games, Web shorts, feature films, virtual worlds, and many other media. Effectively implemented, such transmedia events are pervasive and have led to a resurgence of narrative in the conjoined worlds of entertainment, marketing, and commercial media.

 

"From Entertainment to Education

However, as is so often the case with technologies that take that journey from other contexts into education, the translation is not a simplistic one. In the case of transmedia, it is critical that we modify and redefine the concept in certain ways so that it can contribute as effectively as possible to students’ learning. We know that children and young people perceive media in an integrated way, as a seamless experience, and it has been shown that learning can be enhanced by multi-platform experiences. But in order to exploit the full potential of the technology for learning, in order that we can fully engage with that seamless perception of media that children enjoy, we must think very carefully about the pedagogy or pedagogies we apply to our use of transmedia."


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Building Interactive Stories Miniworkshop

A mini workshop I did about interactive storytelling in september 2011 as part of the Photostories event at Noorderlicht photo festival in the Netherlands.

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Pienso, luego existo - Manuel Castells, Pienso luego existo - RTVE.es A la Carta

Pienso, luego existo - Manuel Castells, Pienso luego existo - RTVE.es A la Carta | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Pienso, luego existo - Manuel Castells, Pienso luego existo online, completo y gratis en RTVE.es A la Carta. Todos los programas de Pienso luego existo online en RTVE.es A la Carta
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Programación para niños, recursos para enseñar programación

Programación para niños, recursos para enseñar programación | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
En una era donde los niños tienen acercamiento a la tecnología a temprana edad, no está de más enseñarles los conceptos básicos de programación y es que programar ayuda a poder utilizar la
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t - applicada: Más de 1000 herramientas web que podemos probar parcialmente o usar completamente sin registrarnos

t - applicada: Más de 1000 herramientas web que podemos probar parcialmente o usar completamente sin registrarnos | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
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Armando's curator insight, September 3, 2013 8:22 AM

Mais de 1000 ferramentas web que podemos testar parcialmente ou usar completamente sem nos registarmos.

Roberto Ivan Ramirez's comment, September 4, 2013 6:12 PM
va a llevar tiempo checar cada herramienta, pero vale la pena la aportación
Marisa Maiocchi's comment, September 5, 2013 7:41 AM
Impresionante recopilación! Muchas gracias por tu aporte!
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Coloquial, diccionario y recursos didácticos sobre español coloquial

Coloquial, diccionario y recursos didácticos sobre español coloquial | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Coloquial es un sitio que recoge los términos coloquiales empleados en el idioma español. También dispone de un diccionario de gestos y otros recursos.
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Transmedia Writing

Transmedia Writing | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

Geoff Livingston:  "Stories told across multi-platform media environments — or transmedia stories as they are commonly called on the edge — require more complex writing. A story unfolds across diverse media with readers/viewers opting in to each layer."


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The importance of collective, broadcast as part of mix. Transmedia Docs are Sexy, But Who's Watching?

The importance of collective, broadcast as part of mix. Transmedia Docs are Sexy, But Who's Watching? | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
This past April, several new media pioneers issued "The Web Documentary
Manifesto,"
which, inspired from Soviet filmmaker Dziga Vertov's early writings,
called for "a revolution" in storytelling:

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, June 24, 2013 9:29 PM

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Quinn worries that web-based and other multi-platform media loses the collective experience of traditional broadcasting. "I have some concerns about the fact that everyone is in their little niche. Narrowcasting is fine, but I think the element of broadcast -- of people experiencing a powerful emotional event together -- is terribly important for a democracy."

Tim Horsburgh, director of communications and programs at Quinn's Chicago-based Kartemquin Films, continues to push the company into new media projects. But he also frets "about the digital divide," he says. "It's no use building a beautiful, state-of-the-art transmedia doc that purports to encourage democratic discussion if the audience who needs to see it most can only access it through the latest OS and web browser. (When this writer recently trying to access a popular interactive doc, an error message arrived instead: "Please Update Your Browser.")"

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Transmedia Activism

Transmedia activism is a framework that creates social impact by using storytelling by a number of decentralized authors who share assets and create content dis

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Storytelling Websites and Resources | Elizabeth Figa

Storytelling Websites and Resources | Elizabeth Figa | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Resources for storytelling performances, training, coaching, and research.

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Coletta P. Kahn's comment, July 26, 2013 12:13 AM
wow good one!!
Karen Dietz's comment, July 30, 2013 8:50 PM
Thanks Coletta!
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A New Transmedia App That Blurs Reality | Fast Company

A New Transmedia App That Blurs Reality | Fast Company | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

by Susan Karlin

“It’s true transmedia storytelling,” says Arem, who started in entertainment as a Capitol Records composer and engineer. “It’s the creative vision of a book, with music, actors, and a social media viral campaign that brings users together as a culture and enables interaction with them on a daily basis.”

"The novel and its backstory--presented through the eyes of the protagonist via fictitious websites and social media accounts initially followed by half a million people--chronicles a Russian scientist who lost his wife to cancer and defected to the United States to work at a company called Ingen Bio. There, he developed a cure, only to learn that it turned people into monsters and that the government sought to weaponize it. When the scientist’s daughter is afflicted with the same disease, he injects her with the cure, knowing it dooms her future. The father is killed for his technology and the daughter grows up not knowing about his involvement or her impending metamorphosis.

"The app--18 months in the making--picks up when the daughter is 26 and wants to finish her father’s research. The father’s old business partner has suspected she has been given the drug and provokes its side effects, which sets the story in motion.

"As an entry point, users scan their fingers, effectively becoming Ingen Bio employees. Users sign up through email, Facebook, and Twitter for a viral campaign that leaks clues via email and social media to unlock additional story elements in the app."


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13 inexpensive ed-tech tools for writing | eSchool News

13 inexpensive ed-tech tools for writing | eSchool News | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

"Being able to write clearly is an essential skill for all students. With these simple online writing tools and apps, students get to practice writing informally in settings that won’t be too daunting.

 

"This information comes from Common Sense Media and its new Graphite service, a free collection of teacher-written reviews of websites, apps, and digital games for the classroom. To join the Graphite community, got to http://beta.graphite.org."

 


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The Pedagogical Promise of Transmedia Play | Joan Ganz Cooney Center

The Pedagogical Promise of Transmedia Play | Joan Ganz Cooney Center | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it

by Rebecca Herr-Stephenson and Meryl Alper

 

"Today we are thrilled to release a new report, T is for Transmedia: Learning through Transmedia Play. This report, which we have co-authored along with Erin Reilly, and which begins with an introduction by Henry Jenkins, is the product of a year-long collaboration between the Cooney Center and the Annenberg Innovation Lab at the University of Southern California.

 

"Transmedia is an idea that has evolved over the past decade to describe the complex relationships that exist between media texts, media producers, and media audiences who actively and resourcefully engage with characters, plots, and events.  Transmedia storytelling, as our collaborator Henry Jenkins has put forward, is a way for audiences and producers to shape media content and negotiate meanings across multiple platforms, with each unique element contributing to a fuller story world.  We, along with other scholars, media producers, and educators, see great potential in transmedia for supporting learning and literacy development.

 

"In this research, we looked carefully at numerous children’s media properties, play spaces, and play and performance-based programs to tease out the characteristics of transmedia that seem to best foster learning. From Harry Potter to Project Lamp, Story Pirates to Minecraft, we surveyed numerous opportunities for transmedia play currently available, focusing on those designed for children between the ages of 5 and 11. One of the key characteristics we observed in our review of transmedia experiences is the existence of rich story worlds that encourage reading across media and digging deeply into narratives and topics of interest."


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10 Digital Storytelling Tools with Teacher Support

10 Digital Storytelling Tools with Teacher Support | EDUCACIÓN en Puerto TIC | Scoop.it
Here are 10 Digital Story telling tools that provide additional support and resources for teachers.

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Annemarie Krarup's curator insight, May 14, 2013 9:47 AM

Fortælleredskaber..