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dolors reig

Facilitación en Comunidades o Redes sociales online: Howard Rheingold | El ca... - 0 views

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    Por si alguien aún no ha oído hablar de él, Howard Rheingold es un importante escritor y crítico sobre los aspectos económicos y socioculturales de
dolors reig

Threshold concept, insight y autoaprendizaje. | El caparazón - 0 views

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    He estado leyendo, en el marco del curso de Comunidades (CoPs) últimamente algunos artículos de mis compañeros sobre algo que, si bien no me ...
Peter Efland

Your own branded online community vs advertising on Facebook - 1 views

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    What is an online community? whats the difference between demand-creation and demand-fulfillment? whats the difference between an online community and a social network?
Peter Efland

What is a Community? - 2 views

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    What is a community?
Gabriela Sellart

Webbed Feat: Organized Communication through Blogs - 0 views

  • I don't think we could survive without the Google Group as a way to connect and support one another, through the orientation at least. However, there are no organized forum/email discussions. Do the blogs replace that completely? If so, where is the facilitation?
    • Illya Arnet
       
      Good point. The google group provides focus of discussion and through the people invovled in discussion, one can go off to the according blogs and delve even further.
    • Gabriela Sellart
       
      I had been thinking about the preassure from participants on facilitators to act as a teacher. (more guidance, etc). I don't know why, but reading this made me think about how a facilitator may feel about the little control they have over participants contributions. Teachers are used to exercising control.
Peter Efland

35 Tools For Teachers, Tutors and Students ( Mashable .com) - 0 views

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    Here you'll find resources for learning management systems, social networking communities for students and teachers, tutoring services and more.
Peter Efland

Why Blogs Need To Be Social - GigaOM - 0 views

  • As a society, we are entering an increasingly narcissistic phase, enabled by web technologies — a theory that is articulated in Wired’s recent cover story. As the Wired writer quips, “Like it or not, we are all public figures now — famous, as the new cliché goes, for 15 people.
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    About blogging and being social, and the new wordpress and moveable type
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    As a society, we are entering an increasingly narcissistic phase, enabled by web technologies - a theory that is articulated in Wired's recent cover story. As the Wired writer quips, "Like it or not, we are all public figures now - famous, as the new cliché goes, for 15 people."
dolors reig

FOC08 (1): Del grupo a la comunidad, principios básicos. | El caparazón - 0 views

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    Os dejo hoy un resumen de la Primera Unidad del Curso de Facilitación de Comunidades Online en el que participo, considerando que puede ser de utilidad a diversas disciplinas, desde la educación al márketing social. El curso se desarrolla en inglés (paso a traducir este mismo artículo) pero he creído que a algunos lectores podrían seros de interés algunas de sus conclusiones. Lo iré haciendo al finalizar cada unidad. Se trata de un ejercicio de síntesis y aportación personal. Podéis ver las fuentes teóricas de las que parto, las que matizo según mi experiencia, al final del artículo
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Peter Efland

Course Meetings? - 14 views

Hi there, Hmm, don't know if I'm the only one who is still a bit confused regarding this course. I had some idea that there should have been a class this week (meaning tuesday at 3pm local aussie ...

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started by Peter Efland on 12 Aug 08 no follow-up yet
Shane Roberts

Communities: Virtual vs. Real -- Etzioni and Etzioni 277 (5324): 295 -- Science - 0 views

  • feelings of fear, love, and anger cannot be transmitted online
  • people bond without being in close proximity
  • accommodate many more individuals
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  • much stronger memories
  • Real communities are better than virtual communities
  • identifying participants and holding them accountable
Peter Efland

Best Social Media Advice From This Site | chrisbrogan.com - 0 views

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    Incredible extensive source of tools, ideas, strategies for dealing with Social Media - a must read for anyone interested!
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    If you guys read just one of the links I bookmark, then let it be this one...
Peter Efland

Twitter, the Smart Way - SubHub | Start a Subscription Web Site or Membership Website -... - 0 views

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    A howto guide for getting started using Twitter - probably (still) the most famous and widely used micro-blogging social media tool
Peter Efland

Expand Your Blog Reading | chrisbrogan.com - 0 views

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    Top blogger Chris Brogans ideas and tools on how to read to be able to blog
Peter Efland

Micro Persuasion: Walled Gardens and the Lesson for Social Networks - 0 views

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    Can walled gardens continue thrive in an era of openness? Can a social network be social even though so little of the community's value is visible to the outside world? Facebook is writing this book as we speak.
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    There was some talk on Google Group earlier today about Walled Gardens and Facebook, so just thought I would share this..
Joao Alves

BBC NEWS | Technology | Pull down the walled gardens - 0 views

  • Unlike the global internet, which enables virtually the entire world to connect, social networks have created very large, localised communities with far more limited international interaction.
    • Violeta Cautin
       
      So social networking sites are creating big scale barries ... never thought of that, but makes a lot of sense.
    • Joao Alves
       
      It seems that these localised communities can be seen as online communities. Can they? What do you think?
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    About Walled Gardens and Social Networks "Unlike the global internet, which enables virtually the entire world to connect, social networks have created very large, localised communities with far more limited international interaction."
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    About Walled Gardens and Social Networks "Unlike the global internet, which enables virtually the entire world to connect, social networks have created very large, localised communities with far more limited international interaction."
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    Indeed they are. Facebook is legendary for allowing a lot of users to enter information into Facebook, but not to be able to take it out again. At the same time there's a problem as google can't search Facebook. It will be interesting however, to see how the new Facebook Connect will work out, which is an attempt from Facebook to open up their walled garden - see http://bit.ly/ZKgwj
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    ooops! sorry... obviously I have no clue how to control the comments here on Diigo, they keep coming up, somewhere else than where I thought they would be...
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    About Walled Gardens and Social Networks "Unlike the global internet, which enables virtually the entire world to connect, social networks have created very large, localised communities with far more limited international interaction."
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    @Joao: yes, I definitely think that local communities can be seen as online communities. In fact, according to Wikipedia, here online communities are described as: "Virtual communities depend upon social interaction and exchange between users online. This emphasizes the reciprocity element of the unwritten social contract between community members. Web 2.0 is essentially characterized by virtual communities such as Flickr, Facebook, and Del.icio.us. A similar trend is starting to emerge within businesses where online or virtual communities are taking hold. These communities can be organizational, regional or topical depending on the business." "Organizational, regional or topical" - I think we can add technical to this list. Btw. it seems like wiki use the terms "online" and "virtual" interchangeably. PS. Can anyone teach me how to make comments on Diigo? Why don´t comments automatically follow each other from oldest to newest? Mine seems to all be stuck together no matter what I do.
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    Peter, have you installed the Diigo toolbar? If you haven't, do it. With the Diigo toolbar you can make comments, highlight, bookmark sites, add sticky notes, etc.
Peter Efland

15 Desktop Blogging Tools Reviewed | Developer's Toolbox | Smashing Magazine - 0 views

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    good read for anyone interested in blogging, new as old
Peter Efland

The Future of Blogging Revealed - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

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    The future of blogging - the arrival of Lifestreaming
Peter Efland

What Is RSS: A Guide To Really Simple Syndication Benefits, Best Uses And Applications ... - 0 views

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    If anyone should have problems with RSS - here is a great intro from Robyn Good.
Peter Efland

Twelve best practices for online customer communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com - 0 views

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    Very interesting article from expert Dion Hinchcliffe on Online Customer Communities, including cases stories and examples.
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