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Empresas transnacionales en Latinoamérica: ¿Un peligro para los ... - kaosenlared.net

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kaosenlared.netEmpresas transnacionales en Latinoamérica: ¿Un peligro para los ...kaosenlared.netEl Representante Especial de la ONU para los Derechos Humanos y Empresas habla de un vacío de gobierno (governance gap) que se puede ver así: en las...
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Javier Tourón

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BID: El gobernauta latinoamericano

BID: El gobernauta latinoamericano | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
Descargue el resumen del estudio AQUÍ

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Designing Blended Learning with Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

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The new Digital Taxonomy incorporates collaboration and edtech to create the best design for virtual training and blended learning.

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Tipos de investigación - Metodología de la investigación

http://seminariosdeinvestigacion.com - Metodología de la investigación.

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Collaborative whiteboard for visual methodologies

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TUZZit is a online collaborative whiteboard that will help you to develop your creativity. It's the perfect tool for visual and design thinking. Through our canvas library learn new visual methodologies.


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Une nouvelle voie "visuelle" pour synthétiser nos pensées et nos décisions.

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Special Education iPad Apps for Reading and Writing

Recently I had the distinct privilege of working with Julie Freed, Grant Wood's Assistive Technology guru, to present a number of iPad apps that can be used to help improve the reading and/or writi...

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20 Claves Educativas para el 2020: ¿Cómo debería ser la educación del siglo XXI?

20 Claves Educativas para el 2020: ¿Cómo debería ser la educación del siglo XXI? | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
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Alan García: Ley universitaria “amenaza la libertad de pensamiento”

Alan García: Ley universitaria “amenaza la libertad de pensamiento” | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
El ex presidente cuestionó el dictamen aprobado esta mañana en la Comisión de Educación. Advirtió que superintendencia sería manejada políticamente.


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Report Suggests a Digital Divide Among Latinos | NYTimes.com

Report Suggests a Digital Divide Among Latinos | NYTimes.com | prgovinformate | Scoop.it

A digital divide between Latino Americans and white Americans may be closing, but a divide still exists between native- and foreign-born Latinos, according to a report issued Thursday by the Pew Hispanic Center.

 

The report, which examined technology consumption habits, defines foreign-born Latinos as those who were born in another country to parents who were not American citizens, including people born in Puerto Rico. (The island is a commonwealth of the United States whose residents are, in fact, citizens.)

 

Over all, more than three-quarters of Latinos in the United States used the Internet in 2012, a 14 percentage point increase from 2009, compared to 87 percent of whites, according to the report. Half of those who said they used the Internet were born in the United States; 79 percent of those who said they did not use the Internet were foreign born.

 

The vast majority of the Hispanic population, 86 percent, own a cellphone, while 49 percent own a smartphone, according to the report. The percentages are similar to those for whites (84 percent own a cellphone, 46 percent own a smartphone) and blacks (90 percent own a cellphone, 50 percent a smartphone).

 

In contrast, 76 percent of foreign-born Latinos do not own cellphones and 58 percent of those who do not own a smartphone are foreign born.

 

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El control como índice de éxito de un proyecto ECM ~ Blog de ...

El control como índice de éxito de un proyecto ECM ~ Blog de ... | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
Por supuesto, como en cualquier proceso estratégico, el saltarse o hacer mal alguna de las fases previas al control (planificación u organización) o la posterior (las acciones correctivas) es igual de nocivo que no controlar el proyecto.
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How to get your city to pass an open government policy | opensource.com

How to get your city to pass an open government policy | opensource.com | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
RT @OccupyRaleigh: RT @digiphile: Today, Raleigh, NC passed a resolution to support #opendata & open source software: http://t.co/17ybhw1d #opengov #gov20 #OSS...
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Dropbox hace una bien!

Dropbox hace una bien! | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
Este fue lejos el papelón más grande de Dropbox y uno de los más grandes en la historia de online services (me vienen a la mente el bug de gmail del 2005, las caidas de varios días del msn en el 2004 y 2005); 2011-06-22: ...
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Imaginar el futuro de la biblioteca desde lo inimaginable

Imaginar el futuro de la biblioteca desde lo inimaginable | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
La ‘Cátedra Datos‘ de la Carrera de Ciencias de la Comunicación, de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) publica de manera periódica un Newsletter que abarca los diferentes contenidos que exploran en clase. La semana pasada se publicó el número 37, centrado en la “Biblioteca del futuro” del cual participé como …

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¿Los portales de bibliotecas son accesibles para personas con discapacidad? Un estudio sobre las bibliotecas públicas francesas

¿Los portales de bibliotecas son accesibles para personas con discapacidad? Un estudio sobre las bibliotecas públicas francesas | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
Bruno Splendiani
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Facultat de Biblioteconomia i documentació
Universitat de Barcelona





PixFL & Tosca consultants (2014). Accessibilité num&ea

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Puerto Rico: Acción judicial contra Moody's Investor Services - MDZol

Puerto Rico: Acción judicial contra Moody's Investor Services - MDZol | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
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Studies confirm the Power of Visuals in eLearning

Studies confirm the Power of Visuals in eLearning | prgovinformate | Scoop.it

We are now in the age of visual information where visual content plays a role in every part of life. As 65 percent of the population are visual learners, images are clearly key to engaging people in eLearning courses. 

 

Moving and still images have been included in learning materials for decades, but only now has faster broadband, cellular networks, and high-resolution screens made it possible for high-quality images to be a part of eLearning visual design. Graphic interfaces made up of photos, illustrations, charts, maps, diagrams, and videos are gradually replacing text-based courses.

 

In this post, we will dig deep into some statistics and facts to further convince of why eLearning developers should embrace visuals when creating their courses.





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De la Ética Hacker al Movimiento Maker. Compartir Conocimientos y Herramientas

De la Ética Hacker al Movimiento Maker. Compartir Conocimientos y Herramientas | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
De la ética hacker al movimiento maker. Por Valentín Muro. Blog de Valentín Muro. Los hackers creen que desarmando las cosas, vi

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Connected Learning Visually Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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10 alternativas a Google Reader

10 alternativas a Google Reader | prgovinformate | Scoop.it

La mañana de hoy nos dejó con un sabor amargo en la boca después de haber probado la versión renovada del lector de RSS Google Reader. Aunque se sabía desde hace varios días, recién hoy pudimos ver cuál es el...

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Puerto Rico's Battered Economy: The Greece Of The Caribbean?

Puerto Rico's Battered Economy: The Greece Of The Caribbean? | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
With the highest unemployment rate in the U.S. and a mountain of debt, the island is facing a declining population. But those who stay insist they're there for the long haul.

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Kristin Mandsager San Bento's curator insight, March 1, 2015 10:18 PM

If this is the Greece of the Caribbean I wonder how long the US will hold on to PR?  I don't know many who want to hold onto a sinking ship.  I can remember when the unemployment rate in RI was about 13%.  That was scary and PR is up to 14%.  They need to find a way to manufacture or produce something they can sell instead of buying items to sell from the Mainland.  They need a self sustaining economy.  

Brian Wilk's curator insight, March 28, 2015 9:52 AM

It's clear from the transcript and even more so from the comments that the root of economic woes in Puerto Rico is corruption. Corruption of the economy through the black market, kindly referred to as the "informal economy", pet projects such as the rail system that cost 2.2B dollars and serves only 12 miles, and the lack of education. Citizens of this island pseudo nation are leaving to pursue other opportunities not available to them in their native country. The US may want to infuse dollars into their economy to build a university and foster reading academies that teach young children to read. If they don't turn around the brain drain soon, this island paradise will not have a happy ending.Also, additional dollars could be allocated to the tourism industry to increase revenue for the island.

Kendra King's curator insight, April 27, 2015 6:23 PM

I chose this article with the Somalia Refugee BBC pod cast on my mind. The pull factors for leaving a country are always obvious to me. Once again, there is a poor economy that isn't able to provide enough economic opportunity for its citizens. Also, there is an increase in crime that worries the population. Both of these reasons harm the future of citizens and as I mentioned in the Somalia article, leaving an area that provides little hope for a good future just makes sense.    

 

What I don't understand is why someone stays in an area when the pulls to leave are so strong. As I said in the Somalia article, I thought staying was because of a sense of duty. Yet, I am finding from the grandmother mentioned in this piece that pride is another factor. It seems like her pride isn't causing her to fix the problems rather the pride just makes her stay. It is almost like in gentrification where the new project will probably be better for the economy of the area (at least that is often the intent), but people are just too emotionally attached to want change. They really should given the cost benefits, but they don't. So I think I have issues grasping both of these reasons to stay because I have always analyzed a situation from a logical lens rather than an emotional one. 

 

Another aspect of the article that caught my attention was the comparison to Greece. As we learned about during the section on the EU, Greece's economy. The United States isn't entangled in PR's economy in quite the same manner as the EU is with Greece. However, the article did mention how their are American citizens with investments in this area. So if Puerto Rico's economy does fail, just how much of an impact would this have on the United States and the rest of the global economy? 

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AG Solar One Plans To Add 100 MW Of PV Capacity In Puerto Rico | CleanTechnica

AG Solar One Plans To Add 100 MW Of PV Capacity In Puerto Rico | CleanTechnica | prgovinformate | Scoop.it

AG Solar One -- a new partnership formed between US wealth management company Greenbriar Capital Corp. and Canadian renewable energy firm Alterra Power Corp. -- has plans to implement 100 MW of solar generation capacity in Puerto Rico.

 

The new partnership is owned 50/50 by the two companies, will secure a power purchase and operating agreement with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.

 

Puerto Rico offers tax breaks for clean energy projects, and already has one of the five largest solar parks in Latin America. There has been a surge of solar projects in Puerto Rico thanks to new regulations introduced by the federal government to boost the solar project portfolio of the territory.

 

Puerto Rico is attempting to diversify away from expensive and dirty imported oil products and coal, which generate 83% of its electricity.

 

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Accommodating Students with Dyslexia in All Classroom Settings | LD Topics | LD OnLine

Accommodating Students with Dyslexia in All Classroom Settings | LD Topics | LD OnLine | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
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open government y gobernanza colaborativa « FunkziUni

open government y gobernanza colaborativa « FunkziUni | prgovinformate | Scoop.it
Quizás el hecho de habernos acostumbrados a utilizar acrónimos y anglicismos haya contribuido a incrementar la confusión: oGov, eGov, Gov2.0, gobierno abierto, e-admon, open government, administración abierta, ...
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