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I momenti prima della fine Concordia, il video dell'evacuazione - Firenze - Repubblica.it

Le immagini girate dall'isola del Giglio la notte del 13 gennaio, mentre la gente cercava di lasciare la nave e la nave sprofondava
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New online learning tool brings 'the crowd' into homework assignments

New online learning tool brings 'the crowd' into homework assignments | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it

"In an effort to bring a more human dimension to the online-education experience, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Associate Professor Rob Miller has developed a new computer system that will help provide students with feedback on their homework assignments and create more interaction between students, teachers and alumni."


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Transition from Crisis 1: The Digitized Civil Society as a Force

Transition from Crisis 1: The Digitized Civil Society as a Force | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
After centuries of violent clashes between empires and between nation states for spreading dominance of their own central rule, uniform religion and belief systems at the expense of those of the overthrown, we can see more recently a zig-zag movement between rulers and elites that either expect all blessings and virtues from either “the State” (socialism) or “the Market” (capitalism).

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El pensamiento crítico como competencia educativa

El pensamiento crítico como competencia educativa | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
En la sociedad del conocimiento que vivimos, o a la que aspiramos, asistimos a un fuerte debate sobre las nuevas metodologías de enseñanza y aprendizaje, y las nuevas competencias que deberían desarrollar los jóvenes en su periodo formativo y a lo largo de toda la vida, tanto en la educación formal como en el aprendizaje informal que está favoreciendo las TIC. El pensamiento crítico es una de las competencias transversales que aparecen en todas las aportaciones sobre este tema.

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So Much for 2008: Election Shatters Digital News Records

So Much for 2008: Election Shatters Digital News Records | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
Foxnews.com enjoys biggest night ever, along with CNN.com, Politico, others...
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Why Tablets Are Important for Educating Our Children

Why Tablets Are Important for Educating Our Children | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
The evening was being held by the senior primary teachers and the school principal to discuss their research into running a 1:1 iPad program for the Grade 5 and 6 students next year (that is roughly ages 11 and 12 here in Australia).

Via Tim Mickan, Graciela Morales, Comunicación 5.0, Manuel Pinto
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Teaching Visual Media Literacy

Teaching Visual Media Literacy | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
Engaging students in creating & analyzing images & films is a key step in developing an important 21st century skill, says media literacy consultant Frank Baker.

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Statistical Studies of Peer Production » Emerging Commons Design Economy

Statistical Studies of Peer Production » Emerging Commons Design Economy | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it

Open source, communities around various OSS projects and applications have changed the world during the past decade. Probably the most best known examples (and worn too) are Linux, GNU, Apache and MySQL. Some of us don’t even know that we are using Linux in our daily routines. One such example is Brazilian cash withdrawal machines, which can be found from every corner in any city[12]. People draw money from the machines, some even daily, and use Linux. Another example is not daily for most of us: in-flight entertainment systems in long distance airplanes[13]. Third example is from schools. If you would live in Kerala state in India and you were in school, you would not use anything else except Linux [14]. The above are just examples from different aspects of life and such examples can be found a lot more. Therefore it’s not far fetched to say that results and practices of Open source are becoming part of our daily lives.

 


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“A Journey to Media Literacy” – EAVI’s cartoon on media literacy

“A Journey to Media Literacy” – EAVI’s cartoon on media literacy | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
'A journey to media literacy' - an adventure that will transform Jack and make him media-wise!
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Top 5 parenting tips for media literacy in preschoolers

Top 5 parenting tips for media literacy in preschoolers | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it
There are five essentials that will help preschoolers become media literate, says Modern Parenthood guest blogger Rebecca Hains, a children's media culture expert at Salem State University, in Salem, Mass.
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Resources for Teachers - Cyberbullying | MediaSmarts

Resources for Teachers - Cyberbullying | MediaSmarts | Digital citizenship and participation | Scoop.it

MediaSmarts has been developing digital and media literacy programs and resources for Canadian homes, schools and communities since 1996. Through our work we support adults with information and tools so they can help children and teens develop the critical thinking skills they need for interacting with the media they love.


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