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christofhar

Creating and Hosting Student-Run Research Journals: A Case Study | Ho | Partnership: th... - 0 views

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    Creating and Hosting Student-Run Research Journals: A Case Study
shirley

Highlights From: "The Survey of Library Database Licensing Practices, 2014-15 Edition" - 0 views

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    Filed by on Recently published by The Primary Research Group. The Survey of Library Database Licensing Practices, 2014-15 Edition: The report looks closely at how libraries organize their database procurement and processing bureaucracy, pinpointing the number of positions devoted to digital information, and staff time spent on tasks such as procurement and invoice processing.
Patricia Gomez de Nieto

Imposturas en el ecosistema de la publicación científica - Dialnet - 0 views

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    Información del artículo Imposturas en el ecosistema de la publicación científica Los profundos cambios que se están dando en la manera en que los científicos se comunican, así como las transformaciones en la industria editorial y, desde luego, la creciente y asentada "cultura de la evaluación" provocan algunas imposturas, desajustes o contradicciones en los distintos agentes que integran lo que se ha venido a denominar el ecosistema de la publicación.
natalyefremova

The Emissia Offline Letters - 0 views

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    The journal publishes in a short time short (up to 7 p.) Papers containing the results of original research on general pedagogy, history of pedagogy and education, theory and methodology of training and education, and psychology. The magazine is a purely electronic (Internet) scientific publication that has no paper version.
anonymous

LOS BLOGS COMO NUEVO MEDIO DE COMUNICACIÓN CIENTÍFICA - 0 views

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    Se presenta una introducción de carácter descriptivo sobre la situación actual de los blogs científicos, académicos o science blogs. Para ello se valoran diversos aspectos sobre los posibles cambios que pueden introducir en el ámbito de la comunicación científica. En primer lugar se delimitan las fronteras y las características básicas de este tipo de bitácoras, una vez establecidas pasamos a exponer sus utilidades en el mundo de la ciencia. Uno de los usos señalados es su empleo como medio de publicación por lo que también se discute la toma de postura de las revistas científicas ante esta nueva situación. Para cerrar el trabajo se presentan como y cuales son las comunidades que emplean los bloguers para comunicarse y nos aproximamos a este tipo de blogs para el caso concreto de la Biblioteconomía y Documentación.
danildintsis

using collaborative filtering in e-learnin - 2 views

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360131510003222

module12

started by danildintsis on 27 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
zimbron21

Ciencia e Investigación Médica Estudiantil Latinoamericana - - 0 views

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    Publications in indexed journals: the only one indicator of the student's cientific societies production 1 Sociedad Científica de San Fernando. Lima, Perú. Editor en Jefe de CIMEL. Existe una escasez de médicos-científicos o profesionales de la salud que investigan, por ello se han planteado muchas razones para su explicación(1), una de ellas radica en la poca investigación que se realiza en el pregrado.
erikitaymarijo

La sociedad de estudiantes en la producción científica - 0 views

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    las sociedades científicas de estudiantes de medicina (SOCEM), constituyen agrupaciones sin ánimo de lucro y no gubernamentales, encaminadas a generar un espacio que fomente el espíritu por la investigación en los estudiantes de medicina.
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    Un claro ejemplo de lo que se debería estar haciendo por los estudiantes en cualquier disciplina
Abdul Naser Tamim

Peer Learning in Higher Education - 3 views

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    In everyday life we are learning continually from each other. Whatever the situation, most of us draw on the knowledge, skills and experience of our friends and colleagues. Within any educational setting learners naturally engage in informal peer learning to make sense of their course, test their ideas and share their concerns.
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    Esto viene a ser un aprendizaje colaborativo, que contribuye a la alfabetización de la informaciuón.
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    Peer learning is engaging, and researches say that people learns most effectively when they are interacting with each other. It creates this network of knowledge when you share and connect with people, it not only benefits the individual, but benefits everyone as a whole. It also relieves the pressure of University funding with teachers having to teach such a large class, which affects the quality of learning as well. With peer learning, students engage with one another, and will eventually find the correct answer. It is not independent learning, this is interdependent learning.
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    Thank you for your share. I think this is a great article that introduces the potential of peer learning in higher education from the teacher's perspective. I agree that connected learning does a great job in promoting student's interactivity, creativity, motivation and interest in learning a particular topic with peers. In addition, peer learning provides learners with opportunities to collaborate and learn a subject together, which might maximize the productivity if used in a correct way. Peers and collaborative learners can do their own research separately, and meet together to discuss and express different opinions on the issue, which can inspire student's deep thinking. However, peer learning and collaborative learning is not always superior to individual work, or contributing to the learning result of every individual. Sometimes it might decrease the learning productivity if the group members or peer partners over reply on others in the group without doing much themselves, or if they didn't communicate well. Thus it's important to practice students learning ability and teacher's facilitating ability in peer learning or collaborative learning.
ibudule

Hybrid Pedagogy | What is Hybrid Pedagogy? - 1 views

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    A digital journal of learning, teaching and technology. You can read interesting articles on MOOCs, digital writing, peer review and other relevant topics, as well as future of open knowledge.
Abdul Naser Tamim

Involving students in peer review - 1 views

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    The concept of student peer review has gained increased attention in higher education in recent years, in line with the growing focus on peer and collaborative learning (Falchikov, 2005; Van den Berg et al.; 2006). Peer review is a form of peer assessment that has been used for over three decades in a wide range of disciplines from Architecture to Computer Science to Music, just to name a few.
Abdul Naser Tamim

Using Wiki technology to support student engagement - 1 views

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    This paper reports on a failed experiment to use Wiki technology to support student engagement with the subject matter of a third year undergraduate module. Using qualitative data, the findings reveal that in an educational context, social technologies such as Wiki's, are perceived differently compared with ordinary personal use and this discourages student adoption. A series of insights are then offered which help HE teachers understand the pitfalls of integrating social technologies in educational contexts.
ibudule

"Publish, not Perish: Supporting Graduate Students as Aspiring Authors" by Barbara Alva... - 0 views

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    A very good article on library role in encouraging and supporting the student publishing. It deals mainly with student scientific writing and not so much with student journals, but certainly writing scientific articles is a part of it. The article includes a real-life case study, which to my mind is added value of it. Including scholarly communication skills as part of library training program is a very good idea.
c maggard

New source to share - 2 views

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    I shared this in the discussions section over in the MOOC home area. This is a fascinating piece of research about the attitudes of student knowledge sharing, mainly graduate students in research. I'm a stat nerd, and I especially dig that the number of downloads is shared.
Jannicke Røgler

Journals and Publications - 0 views

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    Thank you very much for your link. In the specific case of my university (University of Málaga, in Spain) we have the Jabega platform, (http://jabega.uma.es) where all the members of the university community (students and professor) have free access to the different journals whose license was paid by our university. It is a very similar project, offering not only the name of the journals and resources but also a summary describing their topic.
egmaggie

Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal - 0 views

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    Being an Assistant Editorial Board Member with Stance as an undergraduate was one of my first experiences with the publishing process and is, in part, why I became so interested in the topic of publishing. When this unit came up, I immediately thought of the journal, but I wasn't sure if they were open access.... Glad to realize they are!
Pris Laurente

Library services for creating and publishing student research journals - 3 views

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    good resource. Students ought to have a chance to publish their own research journals. It is a encouragement for them to continue their work and to create better result. Students can also have different ways of publishing in order to get more audience with help of social media.
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