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Shifting Toward An Architecture of Participation

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"Reading, in terms of scale and diversity, is different than it used to be. Thinking, in terms of context and application, is also different.

It makes since that learning is also changing–becoming more entrepreneurial than directly didactic. That is, more learner-centered ... than teacher-controlled."



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Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, October 8, 2014 11:06 AM

adicionar a sua visão ...

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, October 9, 2014 2:27 AM

Shifting Toward An Architecture of Participation

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How to clear your Facebook search history

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How to clear your Facebook search history

 

Can you lose your Facebook Page because you didn't follow the rules? Facebook would never shut down a Page because they ran a contest and did something like... oh, I don't know, maybe offer to donate a dollar to charity for every Like their Page gets... right?

I'm constantly seeing people saying they've never heard of a Page being shut down for violating a rule and that Facebook doesn't enforce most of them anyway. Well, here are two examples of some popular Pages that were shut down by Facebook for some seemingly innocent contest rule violations. Think it's okay to do it just because you see the big dogs doing it? Think again.


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Martin Gysler's comment, February 4, 2013 7:22 AM
Indeed Edna :-)
Dawn Jensen's curator insight, February 5, 2013 9:07 PM

It's always great practice to also  to go back and review what you've posted and commented on just in case. This is a must-do.

Martin Gysler's comment, February 6, 2013 11:27 AM
Yes Dawn, and I think it's not only a must-do but also an educational matter.
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How to use Natural Networking to connect with anyone — including the exact email scripts

How to use Natural Networking to connect with anyone — including the exact email scripts | Wiki_Universe | Scoop.it

How many of us have heard career experts telling us to “go out there and network”?

 

What does that actually mean? They never seem to specify.

 

So we end up going to 1 or 2 pointless networking events, which actually turn out to be a bunch of unemployed people looking for jobs, until we realize the pointlessness of random networking. We stop going. But we keep hearing about the importance of our network, and we hear about how most jobs are found through personal contacts. Pretty soon, it becomes clear to us that it’s WHO you know, not WHAT you know. But we have no idea how to actually turn that realization into something actionable.

 

There’s a game going on around us that we don’t even see.

 

And today, I want to show you exactly how to decode it — along with the specific email scripts to use. If you’ve been waiting for the real story on how networking actually works, this is it.

 

Read more: http://bit.ly/xd4OhE


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The Irresistible Rise Of Google Plus (Infographic)

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Google Plus is quickly becoming a front runner in the social networking world – for those using it, the rewards can be very beneficial for numerous reasons, including SEO.


This week, following a recent video post about Google+, we have created an infographic on the increase in popularity of Google Plus and how implementing Google Authorship can affect your business.


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Mike Ellsworth's comment, April 15, 2013 11:13 AM
VL, thanks for the reScoop! Were your surprised by these stats?
Celeste G. Box (@mcgbox)'s comment, April 15, 2013 11:18 AM
I did, Mike... is very high for that period of time.
Anthony Burke's comment, April 15, 2013 11:19 AM
not really, there is a lot of conflicting stats out there
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Wikipedia and Network Effects

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Encouragement that the Wikipedia model—a model that relies on the collective wisdom of a large number of unpaid volunteers—could be viable was provided by the NASA ClickWorkers experiment, which ran from November 2000 to September 2001. In the experiment by NASA, unpaid volunteers visited NASA’s website to mark and classify craters and “honeycomb” terrain on Mars. (4) The study produced two surprising and interesting results. First, people are willing to engage in an unpaid, novel, and productive experience merely for the fun of it. Second, an amalgamation of data contributed by many unskilled volunteers can be virtually indistinguishable from the output of a trained worker. Thus, large groups of people are capable of producing high-quality work for free.


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Why Social Networking?

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Put simply, social networking is a way for one person to meet up with other people on the Net. That's not all though. Some people use social networking sites for meeting new friends on the Net. Other's use it to find old friends.

 

What is Social Networking?

 

Put simply, social networking is a way for one person to meet up with other people on the Net. That's not all though. Some people use social networking sites for meeting new friends on the Net. Other's use it to find old friends. Then there are those who use it to find people who have the same problems or interests they have, this is called niche networking.

 

Read more: http://personalweb.about.com/od/easyblogsandwebpages/a/whysocialnetwor.htm


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