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Pakistan : Malala Yousufzai transférée à Rawalpindi

Pakistan : Malala Yousufzai transférée à Rawalpindi | socialization | Scoop.it
La jeune fille, qui dénonçait les violences commises par les talibans avant d'être attaquée par eux, était jusqu'à présent soignée à Peshawar. Son état de santé s'améliore.

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Social Business is the Sum of Social Media Marketing, Social Customer Service, Social Selling and More - Brian Solis

Social Business is the Sum of Social Media Marketing, Social Customer Service, Social Selling and More - Brian Solis | socialization | Scoop.it
There are unfortunately still many examples of businesses not getting it, viewing or outsourcing it as a mere “marketing” function, and operating in siloes where social becomes anti-social by design.


Without purpose and collaboration, social will always be just another thing that businesses use to defer the inevitable…change.


Even though the “cool” kids moved on, there’s a real need for businesses to become social…to become human. Our work is just beginning. Perhaps observing the gap between the expertise we have and the insight we need to make a difference is where we need to begin....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 2, 11:34 PM

Brian Solis restates the case for social media in business.

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Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right.

Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right. | socialization | Scoop.it
Textbook makers, bookstore owners and college student surveys all say millennials still strongly prefer print for pleasure and learning, a bias that surprises reading experts given the same group’s proclivity to consume most other content digitally. A University of Washington pilot study of digital textbooks found that a quarter of students still bought print versions of e-textbooks that they were given for free.

“These are people who aren’t supposed to remember what it’s like to even smell books,” said Naomi S. Baron, an American University linguist who studies digital communication. “It’s quite astounding.”

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the pleasure of reading comes first, so much you can hug it, smell ie, hear the pages and all sorts of things you cannot with a digital plataform

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 5, 12:01 AM

Words worths!

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I guess, millennials will continue to favour the print format of textbooks, journals and other reading materials. Somehow, it is easier to make annotations in the print format than in the digital format. As a millennial myself, I prefer to go for the print format than the digital format, although I have just completed reading 'She' by Sir Henry Rider Haggard on my I-Pad! Added to this is the fact that because of the advent of the digital version ( The couple of books I have published are also available in the digital version), one gets to buy a lot of printed books really cheap. It is a steal, but then I wonder how long this will go on, for surely one day or the other we will run out of printed books! One saving grace  for the print format is however, that according to Naomi, some young students, "who aren't supposed to remember what it's like to even smell books" are the ones who still prefer the print format, although I guess this was strongly because they were offered the print formats for free!

Michael Jongen's curator insight, March 8, 7:28 PM

This confirms what I hear anecdotaly when I speak to colleagues 

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STEAL THIS PRESENTATION!

NO MORE BORING POWERPOINT!!!!!!!!!

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What's The Problem With TED Storytelling?

What's The Problem With TED Storytelling? | socialization | Scoop.it
TED is changing the public discourse -- and not all for the better.

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, July 14, 2014 3:24 PM

Here's an article that makes us question how TED talks have been shaping our business storytelling -- and maybe not in such a good way.


As the author, Nick Morgan, states -- and I agree with him -- TED talks are fabulous. We love TED. TED talks have definitely impacted business presentations for the better.


Yet Morgan makes 2 very important points regarding public speaking and business storytelling:

  1. Shorter personal speeches. What's wrong with that?? Well, as Morgan says, "What’s wrong with shorter speeches is that you can't persuade people to change in 15 minutes, because you can't make them emotionally uncomfortable enough with the status quo to be ready to embrace something new." He continues with some relevant stats.
  2. A story about your personal revelation might not apply to the goal of the speech. There are all kinds of stories to tell, but TED talks seem to tell us that the stories we should share need to be about a personal revelation we've had.


My take-aways from reading this article and the additional insights Morgan has?

  1. If you want people to change, stories need to be longer. Or presentations need to be longer with several different types of stories told.
  2. A springboard story (short anecdote) may get people started, but other story sharing is needed to sustain the effort.
  3. Personal revelation stories might not be the point -- share stories that are not about you.


There's good common sense wisdom in this article that makes us think twice about effective business storytelling. It is definitely worth the read.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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How Digital Technology "Broke" Narrative and What it Means for Our Students

How Digital Technology "Broke" Narrative and What it Means for Our Students | socialization | Scoop.it
I must confess that I don't read nearly as many books as I used to BC (Before Computers) and BK (Before Kids), but I have been stealing precious moments to savor the ideas and perspectives in Present

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Et maintenant?

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 22, 2013 4:38 PM

This should give us pause to think about where we are and what we need to move forward.

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Qui gouverne la France : y-a-t-il corruption et trafic d'influence ?

Qui gouverne la France : y-a-t-il corruption et trafic d'influence ? | socialization | Scoop.it

. Y-a-t-il un mariagegate derrière le mariage gay ? . On peut s'étonner de la relation tout à fait particulière entre un homme d'affaires qui achète et revend des media qui sont utilisés dans des a...

http://enfantsjustice.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/mariagegate-pierre-berge-decide-t-il-pour-la-france-et-les-francais/

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Teachers as Technology Trailblazers: Moving Forward: Part 4

Teachers as Technology Trailblazers: Moving Forward: Part 4 | socialization | Scoop.it

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we are nothing of the sort or we don't have to be. Techbology is a helpful means not an end
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2012 Year in Review: We're Still Here [#Transmedia]

2012 Year in Review: We're Still Here [#Transmedia] | socialization | Scoop.it

Michael Andersen:  "Over the years, more than a few alternate reality games, transmedia storytelling projects, and advertising campaigns have warned that December 2012 would mark the end of the world" ...


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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, December 30, 2012 2:45 AM

An excellent read.

Margarida Pino's comment, January 4, 2013 2:29 PM
Gostei.
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Tarantino's third alternate history movie will be a much bloodier version of ... - io9

Tarantino's third alternate history movie will be a much bloodier version of ... - io9 | socialization | Scoop.it
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Tarantino's third alternate history movie will be a much bloodier version of ...

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He was never soft

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How News Curation Can Help Kids Learn How To Search, Evaluate and Publish Information

How News Curation Can Help Kids Learn How To Search, Evaluate and Publish Information | socialization | Scoop.it

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this is crucial- the evaluation of public information, not only for kids but for adults too

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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, December 22, 2012 3:36 PM

A good way to build this 21st century skill.

Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, August 31, 2014 11:39 AM

Curation is an activity that  requires critical reading and writing skills. 

Jennifer Futrell's curator insight, September 13, 2014 6:28 PM

A great idea

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How To Cultivate Social Intelligence Through Content Curation

How To Cultivate Social Intelligence Through Content Curation | socialization | Scoop.it

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yesm we cultivate our social knowledge not by stratefies or tech effects in themselves but by focusing on the content which is this case is provided by the curator. If if this seems much like traditional learning is because, in pricipke, they are. The difference has access to more sources of information and be wise in the choice of what is being taught

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Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 22, 2012 10:52 AM

netsmart skills

Shirley Williams (appearoo.com/ShirleyWilliams)'s comment, December 30, 2012 11:14 AM
I am writing a post on this very topic. I thought I would do a quick search here to see what the general thinking is. Thank you for this article. Very timely.
Shirley Williams (appearoo.com/ShirleyWilliams)'s curator insight, December 30, 2012 11:16 AM

Nice article on the changing landscape of competitive intelligence.

The use of social media, curations and real time monitoring are all high lighted.

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Libraries are Forever: E-books and Print Books Can Coexist - An Infographic

Libraries are Forever: E-books and Print Books Can Coexist - An Infographic | socialization | Scoop.it

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joão carlos's comment, December 7, 2012 6:55 PM
I think it depends on how low the devices are going to reach in the next 20 years and how much they are going to better mimic the printed book interaction,
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Fashion Bloggers - Google+

Fashion Bloggers - Google+ | socialization | Scoop.it
I've created a little blogging hangout on Google+ if anyone is looking for another networking platform!
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5 Essential Types of Social Proof (and the Psychology Behind Them)

5 Essential Types of Social Proof (and the Psychology Behind Them) | socialization | Scoop.it

You’re walking along a busy sidewalk, dodging passersby, when a small group of people catches your eye. They’re standing in the middle of the path, heads tilted back in unison, staring at the sky.

 

You look, but you can’t see anything. Still, the crowd stares. You stand with them, searching for the source of their fixation. The crowd grows around you, and soon dozens of people are staring wordlessly into the sky.

 

Believe it or not, this is a real-life study conducted in 1969 by psychologist Stanley Milgram. A small group of people staring silently into an empty sky was influential enough to cause 80% of passersby to copy their actions, without any reason for doing so.

 

The Power of Social Proof

 

This is the power of social proof: our innate psychological tendency to use the wisdom of the crowd to influence our own decisions....


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this may be the force of a mob

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 3, 2:26 AM

Exploring the social media possibilities of social proof.

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aggiungi la tua intuizione ...

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Is Social Media Transforming Behaviours And How We Work ?

Is Social Media Transforming Behaviours And How We Work ? | socialization | Scoop.it
How Social Media Transforms Behaviours And Will Transform Work As the astute already realise, we are currently going through a period of tremendous change.

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The Top 50 ‘Pictures of the Day’ for 2012

The Top 50 ‘Pictures of the Day’ for 2012 | socialization | Scoop.it
  After the positive reception from last year’s “Top 50 ‘Pictures of the Day’ for 2011“, we promised to highlight the top 25 ‘Pictures of the Day’ at ...

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Waanzinnige foto's!

Annette Cosgrove's curator insight, October 23, 2013 5:58 AM

Some nice photos here for your digital photography class

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Sell a Whole New Way of Thinking -- not a product -- with a Future Story

Sell a Whole New Way of Thinking -- not a product -- with a Future Story | socialization | Scoop.it
Customers need the right mental model to understand why they need your product.

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, July 18, 2014 12:49 PM

What a great article this is. It's focus is on how to shift customer's mindsets. What the author is really talking about is how to share your Future Story.


Today succeeding in business means being able to show how your product or service contributes to a better world. This is way bigger than how a product or service solves an immediate need.


There are 2 kinds of product/service stories companies need to tell:

  1. How their product/service solves a customer problem that positions the customer as the hero. These are your People & Results stories
  2. How their product/service contributes to a better world. This is your Future Story.

Yet most folks only spend time on the first kind of story.


Time and again we are being shown that when businesses provide a picture about how the their offering produces a positive difference in the world, customers flock to them. And stick around. 


Future Stories however are not that easy to create. Current methods like "Write a newspaper article about your company 5/10/20 years in the future" remain stilted and unsatisfying.


What I love about this article by Mark Bonchek is how he frames our thinking so we can write a better Future Story, and gives the steps for how to get it done. 


If you follow his process, I think you will be amazed at what you produce, and you'll have a compelling terrific Future Story to share. 


Story on!


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

juandoming's curator insight, July 18, 2014 12:54 PM

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Zakariyya Spain's curator insight, July 19, 2014 8:01 PM

Great new info marketing concept.

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Les bibliothécaires de l’université de Lille entre 1883 et 1923

Les bibliothécaires de l’université de Lille entre 1883 et 1923 | socialization | Scoop.it

Pour ce troisième épisode, intéressons-nous aux bibliothécaires placés à la tête des bibliothèques des facultés puis de la bibliothèque universitaire de Lille entre 1883 et 1923. Ces quarante années furent marquées par trois figures importantes : Pierre Tracou, Louis Solon et Paul Vanrycke. En 1879, le recteur demande la création urgente d’un poste de bibliothécaire à Lille pour les collections de médecine et de sciences. Les temps ne sont pas faciles pour les bibliothécaires envers lesquels les professeurs manifestent beaucoup d’hostilité, comme le consignent les archives administratives...

 

 


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Jouir les livres près de la mère

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Pour les Républicains, pas de répit dans la "guerre aux femmes"

Aux Etats-Unis, le camp républicain au Congrès a bloqué le renouvellement de la loi sur les violences contres les femmes.

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Combien de femme y a til in that sexist group?
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The future of classrooms

This is the fourth blog post in my series on the future of learning and technology. What will be the future of school classrooms? It is unlikely that we will see the demise of the classroom in the next decade.

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the fate of wchools does not have much to do with technology but with social conditions and dominant ideology

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Belgique : Des universités paralysées

Depuis une semaine, la principale université du sud de la Belgique, l’Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) a été en arrêt de cours durant une heure par les étudiants. A l’appel de la Fédération des Etudiants Francophones de Belgique (FEF), ils ont manifesté leurs inquiétudes face au projet de réforme de l’éducation supérieure voulue par le Ministre de l’Education, Jean-Claude Marcourt.


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C'est tpujours la culture et l'éducation qui payent

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Learning should be your top 2013 New Year’s resolution

Learning should be your top 2013 New Year’s resolution | socialization | Scoop.it

As we get closer to the New Year, the ritual of making resolutions begins and we all flock to the usual patterns: we want to to eat healthier, work out more, get promoted, or spend ...

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If the government would let it

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Richard Adams, Pioneer for Binational Couples and Marriage Equality, Dies at 65

Richard Adams, Pioneer for Binational Couples and Marriage Equality, Dies at 65 | socialization | Scoop.it
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Anthony Sullivan (c) and Richard Adams (rt) with attorney David M. Brown in 1975. Photo by R

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 equality of rights. Is this so complicated? It is not as if we are proposing a new arrangement.

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amos lim's curator insight, December 20, 2012 4:46 PM

SO very sad to hear about the passing of Richard Adams!  Their story is an inspiration for me!

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Internet and Society – Social Theory in the Information Age

The study on Internet and  Society undertaken here  takes place within a  larger  framework that  has  during  the  last  years  been  labeled with  categories  like  Internet  research,  ICTs  and...

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lauryn burkhalter's comment, December 5, 2012 12:34 AM
This looks like a really interesting study. Thank you !
Alejandro Peñalosa C.'s comment, December 5, 2012 1:14 PM
You're wellcome!!
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Magical Composites with an "Earth View"

Magical Composites with an "Earth View" | socialization | Scoop.it

When I embraced the medium of photography, I felt that taking a picture that represented only what was within the frame of the lens wasn't expressing my personal and inner experience of the world around me.


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, November 29, 2012 1:13 PM

This whimsical photography creates a fantastic visualization of what a miniaturized planet (such as those portrayed in the classic book The Little Prince) might look like in the mind's eye.