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John Bostock

Guide to using Twitter in Universities - 3 views

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    Short guide to "Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities" By Amy Mollett, Danielle Moran, and Patrick Dunleavy, (2011), LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science., London, UK.
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    Thanks for passing this on, John. A really nice guide from LSE.
John Bostock

Creative Commons User Guide - 0 views

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    Here is an operational manual which guides creators step by step in the world of Creative Commons licenses, the most famous and popular licenses for free distribution of intellectual products. The author: Simone Aliprandi is an Italian lawyer and researcher who is constantly engaged in writing and consulting in the field of copyright and ICT law.
jensvermeersch

Web 2.0 Research Tools - A Quick Guide - 0 views

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    A guide on 20 selected Web 2.0 tools for research purposes
John Bostock

How to use Twitter for Social Learning - 0 views

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    Guide to using twitter as a social learning tool
John Bostock

Open Culture - 1 views

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    A bog site providing a guide to free online courses and other learning resources
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    Thanks to Lionel Dabbadie for this link - it illustrates very well the potential for the Internet to profoundly affect the standard models of education - something I refered to at the aqua-tnet conference in Vilamoura last week.
jensvermeersch

Web 2.0 Survey & Polling Tools: A Quick Guide - 2 views

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    Web 2.0 survey and polling tools
John Bostock

Ready to Research - 0 views

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    Practical guide to Open Educational Resources (OERs) for research students from the UK Open University
John Bostock

Digital Scholarship - 0 views

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    Guide to Open Educational Resources (OERs) and using Web 2.0 services for digital scholars - from the UK Open University
John Bostock

ICT in Agriculture - 0 views

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    Realizing the profound potential of information and communication technologies in developing country agriculture, the Agriculture and Rural Development Department (ARD) of the World Bank in collaboration with infoDev (part of the World Bank Group) embarked in an effort to explore and capture the expanding knowledge and use of ICT tools in agrarian livelihoods. In November 2011, the World Bank released an electronic Sourcebook (e-Sourcebook) to initiate further (and better) investment in this sector. Called "ICT in Agriculture", the e-Sourcebook provides practitioners within and outside of the World Bank Group with lessons learned, guiding principles, and hundreds of examples and case studies on applying information and communication technologies in poor agriculture. The e-Sourcebook is provided fully and freely on this website. Fifteen modules touch on a wide spectrum of sub-fields in agriculture, including risk management, gender, forest governance, and farmers organizations. The Introduction (Module 1) introduces users to the 'ICT in agriculture' topic, offering key themes throughout the sourcebook as well as more details on how to use it. Each module is stand-alone in format, providing users with the advantage of selecting the module or modules closest to their interest or work. The modules are delivered both in html and pdf format. The pdf format can be downloaded and printed. The full book can also be downloaded. In this version, hyperlinks between modules are included to promote cross-referencing throughout the Sourcebook.
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