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CMC 2012 - Fifth International Conference on Concept Mapping - Prelliminary List of Submissions

CMC 2012 - Fifth International Conference on Concept Mapping - Prelliminary List of Submissions | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Collect and Curate Your Skills and Experiences Into a Personal Portfolio: Pathbrite

Collect and Curate Your Skills and Experiences Into a Personal Portfolio: Pathbrite | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Pathbrite is a new web service which allows you to collect, bring together and layout any kind of media content (from video clips, to images  and text) to create a visually compelling personal portfolio of skills and experiences.

 

In fact, Pathbrite can be used for any number of purposes that involve creating a good looking web presence in which one can easily bring together different types of content to create a "collection".

 

A music band video portfolio, a photographer book and list of achievements, a sport master illustrated hall of fame. 

 

From the official site: "Curate all your stuff to create beautiful portfolios.


Arrange and describe all your digital artifacts in a way that tells your whole story—tailored for any audience."

 

"Pathbrite ePortfolios are the best way to collect, track and showcase a lifetime of learning and achievements, and to get recommended pathways for continuous success."

 

Key traits: 

 

-> Aggregate everything about you in one place.

 

-> Import anything digital from any source, including a resume, documents, audio, video, recommendations. 


-> Publish and share your story on Pathbrite or with your selected social networks. 

 

-> Configure and personalize the layout of your portfolio.

 

Examples: https://beta.pathbrite.com/#!/public/Gallery/Collection%20of%20example%20portfolios ;

 

Try it out now: www.pathbrite.com 


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Revistas españolas de educación ¿dónde publicar? | francesc esteve

Revistas españolas de educación ¿dónde publicar? | francesc esteve | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Connectivism as Epistemology

Thoughts by Stephen Dowes about Connectivism:

 

"Connectivism is *definitively* a learning theory, or more accurately, incorporates learning theories (specifically, theories about how connections are formed in networks). It suggests some teaching theories (I have capsulized them as 'to teach is to model and demonstrate' and suggested that connectivism argues for the creation of an immersive learning environment)."

 


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Search and Social: How The Two Will Soon Become One

Search and Social: How The Two Will Soon Become One | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

From the original article: "Bing and Google each recently unveiled its own new search interface, designed to better intuit your intent and help you get to the one best answer more efficiently. And they’ve meet it ever more clear that search is heading straight for a merger with social.

 

The changes are smart. Google’s knowledge graph is useful – when I search for certain things, I just want a cheat sheet. What is Faraday’s Law, again? What exactly is a geoduck?

 

But Bing’s new feature – “people who might know” – is even smarter. This is the first major attempt at a merger of search and social – unless you count Search Plus Your World, which I don’t – and this is undeniably the way we’re headed.

 

The fundamental insight is that when I ask a question, there are lots of ways to help me find the best answer.

 

If you don’t have it, point me in the direction of someone who does".

 

Rightful. 7/10

 

Full article: http://techcrunch.com/2012/06/17/search-and-social-how-two-will-soon-become-one/


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Les outils de curation

Diffuser les résultats de laveille avec les outils de« curation » : Scoop.it,Paper.liMarie-Laure Malingre et Alexandre SerresURFIST de Rennes...

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"Si es que no aprendes" -Gestión del Conocimiento

¿Lecciones aprendidas? El tiempo lo dirá

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Curative Thinkers and Solution Connectors

Curative Thinkers and Solution Connectors | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Robin Good: In the age of global, collective and crowdsourced interaction, many among us are starting to play the role of "connectors". We help like-minded people find each other, or good and complementary ideas to meet halfway. 

 

Here is an interesting take from Nick Kellet on the possible different types of "connectors" out there, among which he identifies also a "solution connector", or someone able to pull together different information, resources and ideas to tell a story or to cover an issue/topic like a museum curator would do.

 

From the original article: "Are you an Solution Connector? > CURATIVE THINKER

 

...A solution connector isn't someone who create new ideas per se, being curative is just a different kind of creative.

 

They think a little more like a museum curator – they tell a story.

 

Their special skill is deciding which bits to keep and which to remove. They put together a Solution or an Exhibit. They let the whole idea tell a story. They assemble.

 

...Another metaphor is standing on the shoulders of giants. I watched this done brilliantly by Dave Kellogg whilst at Business Objects. Dave is a master of assembling ideas from across the gene pool and then crafting a wonderful story.


For me I’ve learned that Curation is far more effective and far more scalable than Creative Thinking.

 

...Curation Thinking is on the rise."

 

Full article: http://www.nickkellet.com/2012/01/what-do-you-connect-naturally-people-ideas-or-risks/ ;


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Just the kind of thing I had been seeking to make the academic theatre experience more attractive.
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Cybergogue: A Critique of Connectivism as a Learning Theory

Cybergogue: A Critique of Connectivism as a Learning Theory | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Having explored a “learning theory” that George Siemens (2005; 2006a) and Stephen Downes (2005; 2007) developed for a networked and digital world called connectivism. Fascinating and extensive conversations in the blogosphere and in educational journals debate whether connectivism is a new learning theory or whether it is merely a digital extension of constructivism. Siemens and Downes initially received increasing attention in the blogosphere in 2005 when they discussed their ideas concerning distributed knowledge.

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Las buenas prácticas docentes de los profesores universitarios: estudio de casos | Fernández March | REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria

Las buenas prácticas docentes de los profesores universitarios: estudio de casos | Fernández March | REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it
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La formación de los docentes universitarios en TIC a partir de la transferencia del conocimiento de los docentes con experiencia en el uso de las TIC | Grupo de Tecnología Educativa

El estudio se centra en la formación del profesorado como factor determinante en la innovación educativa, con el fin de diseñar un entorno de formación acorde con los modelos de enseñanza emergentes propiciados por las TIC.

 

Se basa en el modelo TPACK para definir los diferentes tipos de conocimientos requeridos por los docentes para utilizar las TIC en la docencia y nos centramos en el conocimiento tecnológico pedagógico del contenido, que supone saber utilizar las TIC para apoyar estrategias y métodos pedagógicos en relación a su disciplina.

 

Se enmarca dentro de investigaciones relacionadas con la gestión del conocimiento y el aprendizaje en la organización, en la universidad. Lo que se pretende es aprovechar el capital intelectual de los docentes universitarios en relación a su experiencia en el uso de las TIC en la docencia con el fin de transferir dicho conocimiento al resto de profesores de la comunidad universitaria.

 

Ello requiere, en primer lugar, la búsqueda de metodologías para la captación de conocimiento experto, la búsqueda y el análisis de sistemas de gestión y representación de conocimiento y , en segundo lugar, el diseño de lo que denominamos Entorno Avanzado de Formación donde se llevará a cabo la transferencia de conocimiento.

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Yammer: Social Networking - Connect with Your Coworkers/ Para trabajar proyectos entre los miembros de una empresa

Yammer: Social Networking - Connect with Your Coworkers/ Para trabajar proyectos entre los miembros de una empresa | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it
Yammer is a tool for making companies and organizations more productive through the exchange of short frequent answers to one simple question: What are you working on?

 

Red social para trabajar proyectos entre los miembros de una empresa. Sencillo e intuitivo

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Layering Personal Learning Environments

More thoughts by Graham Attwell:

 

"PLEs might be seen instead as a flexible process to scaffold individual and community learning and knowledge development. And of course, with powerful mobile devices that learning can take place in contexts where knowledge is applied, rather than as pure knowledge abstracted from its application."


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The Curated Shopping Experience: Great Examples at Work

The Curated Shopping Experience: Great Examples at Work | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Robin Good: The shopping experience is about to change as advertising messages keep losing efficiency, at least when compared with trusted social recommendations.

 

And some brands, having well understood this mechanism, are already banking on it. 

 

If you are curious to get a glimpse of what the online shopping experience is increasingly going to look like, look no further than the excellent examples portrayed in this article.

 

From Cloverleafinnovation: "To filter the noise, shoppers increasingly turn for advice to a “trusted source,” which might be a retailer, a manufacturer brand, a mass media source (e.g. magazine, TV), or close, personal contacts.

 

We just don’t have time to visit every store, research every product feature and benefit, and uncover the optimal “just right for me” product.

 

Instead, shoppers are now looking for trusted curators who will present us with a small, personally tailored set of choices.

 

Think of it like one of those major traveling exhibits of Titanic or Pompeii artifacts. The museum-goers trust the exhibit curator to choose the most exciting pieces to display, out of hundreds that might be warehoused; to organize them in logical fashion, ideally placing them in some kind of historical or environmental context; and finally to label or describe them so we can understand what we’re viewing and relate it to our own life.

 

Here are three current examples of curation in action:..."

 

Excellent. 9/10

 

Original article: http://www.cloverleafinnovation.com/blog/distributing-curating ;


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Reflexiones sobre PLEs: una mirada atrás antes de seguir caminando

Reflexiones sobre PLEs: una mirada atrás antes de seguir caminando | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it
Este año se edita el segundo número especial de una revista International en el que se incluirán artículos que son fruto de investigaciones presentadas en la última PLE Conference que tuvo lug...

 


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Social Curation Replaces Publishers Stamp of Quality

Social Curation Replaces Publishers Stamp of Quality | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Opinion sells more than a big brand publisher stamp of approval, and the fact that retailers allows book buyers to rate, comment and promote their favorite buys, makes the future of book selling thrive on merit and audience true appreciation.

 

This is what Ben Galley writes in his article on Social Curation, from which I have extracted these few paragraphs: "Curation used to be what the publishing houses were solely responsible for.

 

The idea was that by having a selection process where the Houses choose what and what not to publish, they can curate, or manage, what comes to market.

 

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Readers essentially see a traditionally published book as a book that has passed some sort of test, and therefore must be good enough to read. A stamp of quality, if you will.

 

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But times are changing. As Self-Publishing gets better and better, the 'quality stamp' of the traditional industry is losing its potency.

 

More and more people are trusting to what their fellow readers are saying rather than to where it came from or how it was published.

 

People just want a good read, and curation, it seems, has suddenly become the reader's job.

 

Thanks to retailers allowing customers to rate and comment, the readers themselves are now becoming the reason why other people buy books.

 

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At the moment, it seems to be a fair and unbiased method. It’s based solely on merit, quality, and trusty old “good-readability”.

 

The question of who published it hardly ever seems to be a factor in reader comments."

 

Insightful. 8/10

 

Full article: http://www.bengalley.com/BenGalley.com/Marketing/Entries/2012/6/13_SOCIAL_CURATION.html ;


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Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje: La Experiencia de Guadalinfo

Aprendizajes Conectados para la Sociedad del Conocimiento Seminario organizado por la Universidad de Granada y la Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública (20/06/12)...

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Reaching the deep knowledge - Knoco stories

One of the key tenets of Knowledge Management is that we know more than we realise, and more than we can record. The individual, working alone and with a blank sheet of paper, seldom accesses the deep knowledge, and you end up recording the superficial. The only way to dig a bit deeper (while still realising we won't get everything) is to start probing with questions.

Read more: Knoco stories: Reaching the deep knowledge http://www.nickmilton.com/2012/06/reaching-deep-knowledge.html#ixzz1xeqyavtT

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What is the best way to take notes for your PhD?

This week on the monthly live #phdchat on Twitter we talked about taking notes - a topic suggested by @riotk. It's an area researchers don't talk about much; we tend to make up our own idiosyncratic systems.

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easelly, Una aplicación Web para crear infografías de una forma sencilla

easelly, Una aplicación Web para crear infografías de una forma sencilla | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Servicio gratuito web para crear de forma sencilla infografías.

 

Vía: http://www.scoop.it/t/formation-2-0

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PLE - VIII Conferência Internacional (e-)Learning 2012


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Why Curation is Now a Marketing Must!

Why Curation is Now a Marketing Must! | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

This piece was written by Tatyana Meshcheryakova, while we've so many articles about curation,  you can always find something you didn't know or haven't thought of, hopefully this is no exception.

 

The author quotes from one of my trusted souces, Beth Kanter:

 

"Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme. The work involves sifting, sorting, arranging, and publishing information. A content curator cherry picks the best content that is important and relevant to share with their community".

 

Here are some takeaways from Steve Rosenbaum who pretty much echos Beth Kanter, please visit Beth's blog for lots of great informatio on curation.

 

**Be Part of the Content Ecosystem not just a re-packager of it. Created, contributed, and collected — the three ‘c’s is a strong content mix that has a measurable impact.

 

**Follow a Schedule. Make sure to post at the same time each week.

 

**Embrace Multiple Platforms. Today content consumers get their information on the platform of their choosing. 

 

**You should consider posting short bursts on Tumblr, images on Pinterest, video on YouTube, and community conversations on Facebook.

 

**Engage and Participate. Make sure you’re giving back by reading others and commenting on their posts.

 

Selected by Jan Gordon via Contentmarketingdigest covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 

Read full article here: [http://bit.ly/KwcqYo]


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Thanks so much Jan for the shout out .. and should go thank Tatyana. Here's a curated collection of presentations, workshops, interviews, and resources on Content Curation in general and more specific advice to nonprofits - http://socialmedia-strategy.wikispaces.com/Content+Curation
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A new way of thinking about higher education performance (essay) | Inside Higher Ed

A new way of thinking about higher education performance (essay) | Inside Higher Ed | Gestión de conocimiento | Scoop.it

Superb essay by Louis Soares from the Center for American Progress and Amy Ostrom from Arizona State University:

 

A new “College as a Service” (CaaS) logic can help reframe a substantive debate that pulls together what seem to be very disparate strands of thinking regarding practices and policy. CaaS provides a systemic way of thinking about nettlesome challenges such as how a student’s customer profile of preferences, needs and active participation leads to student success; how information yields accountability; and how self-service can improve higher education.


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Technology for Online Standardized Testing vs. Technology for Teaching, Learning, and Creative Inquiry

Patrick Ledesma is a National Board-certified teacher and School Based Technology Specialist in Fairfax, Virginia, where he focuses on instructional-technology integration and special education at the middle school level.
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