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franhuang

The rise of citizen journalism | Media | The Guardian - 1 views

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    With the development of technology, more and more people can join the media and become reporters. However, the rise of citizen journalism also has revolutionary effect on different kinds of careers, such as publishers and other aspects of news and sociey.
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    Dated from 2012 but an interesting read that really puts the importance and significance of citizen journalism into perspective
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    Citizen journalism is especially powerful when it disagrees with the popular paradigm of the mass media platforms. This article specifically talks about occupy, Syria, and other movements where the media was not necessarily on the side of the protesters. This is particularly powerful because it disinter mediates the mass media and shows a balanced perspective - something that history prior to the internet lacked all too often. Citizen Journalism, although often biased and unfiltered, gives a raw perspective on events which helps people form more informed opinions.
yitingwang

Citizen journalism - 0 views

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    it expresses what the citizen journalism is.
ricbruno

eLearning Papers - 2 views

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    eLearning Papers is a journal on open and digital learning issues. Different issues are focusing on different themes. Next theme will be on "Innovation on Education"
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    This is great, I am constantly searching for new open publication to report on AND this will be a great resource for my Science of Education studies! So big thanks for sharing.
alibabas

Participatory culture anmd Ctizen journalism - 0 views

A newly discovered resources i found with reference to : Participatory culture and citizen journalism The web Link is : http://transmissionproject.org/projects/participatory-culture-foundation

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started by alibabas on 31 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
gabrielacordon

Open Knowledge para la vida diaria - 0 views

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    "A veces el conocimiento abierto está más cerca de lo que imaginamos. El hecho de poder intercambiar experiencias y opiniones de temas cotidianos como la visita a una cafetería o el estado del tránsito permite llevar la participación ciudadana a un nuevo nivel." Me pareció un buen ejemplo sobre como se ejerce conocimiento abierto desde la ciudadanía.
camilalondonoa

Learn - 6 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
chacunin

Changing paradigms: Education - 0 views

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    El vídeo de Mozorov del módulo 3 me ha recordado esta animación de RSA con la charla de Ken Robinson acerca de las reformas del sistema educativo. La educación no puede matar la creatividad, debe conectar los aprendizajes y sacar lo mejor de cada uno de nosotros, como veíamos en el módulo 2. Que lo disfrutéis!
Nataša Ljubić Klemše

Can Public Education Coexist with Participatory Culture? - 3 views

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    An interesting overview of the challenges that both teachers and students face in the era of participatory culture
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    By Elisabeth Losh in Information Science and Web 2.0.
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    Two interesting links extracted from the article: Connected learning http://connectedlearning.tv/ Connected Learning is an educational approach designed for our ever-changing world. It makes learning relevant to all populations, to real life and real work, and to the realities of the digital age, where the demand for learning never stops. http://www.itofisher.com/mito/weblog/2012/03/connected_learning.html
clagvel67

acceso abierto derecho humano - 2 views

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    Rosario Rogel explica el movimiento de Acceso Abierto y algunas de las vicisitudes de los países latinoamericanos para hacer visible su producción científica en el mundo de las publicaciones legitimadas por los sistemas científicos mundiales.
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    derecho humano
Olga Huertas

libro verde de la ciencia ciudadana - 2 views

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    La ciencia ciudadana involucra al público general en actividades científicas y fomenta la contribución activa de los ciudadanos a la investigación a través de su esfuerzo intelectual, su conocimiento general, o sus herramientas y recursos. Los participantes aportan datos experimentales y facilidades para la investigación, plantean nuevas preguntas y crean, junto a los investigadores, una nueva cultura científica.
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    Muy buen aporte, gracias.
Olga Huertas

Periodismo ciudadano versus Periodismo profesional: ¿somos todos periodistas?... - 2 views

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    This document nos habla de la Influencia Que ha ganado la internet en la sociedad actual y rojo le el protagonismo Que la Genera una Quienes sí desarrollan en él.
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    Me quedo con esta frase del artículo: El periodista no es un mero intermediario o mediador entre el hecho y el público. Es un intérprete, el artífice que nos ayuda a entender la realidad que nos rodea, los sucesos que acontecen y afectan a nuestra existencia en el mundo.
Julia Echeverría

Deep Web - 3 views

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    I think that as more information we have about the deep web, much more knowledge we will have to really know that is really going on in the cyber space. Deep Web (also called the Deepnet, Invisible Web, or Hidden Web) is World Wide Web content that is not part of the Surface Web, which is indexed by standard search engines.
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    Muchos dicen que en la "red profunda" existen sitios con contenido desagradable, se debería tener cuidado, aunque existen proyectos como https://www.torproject.org/ que nos permiten navegar en la red profunda sin tener que sufrir riesgos (http://www.cnnexpansion.com/economia/2014/06/27/como-opera-la-deep-web-en-mexico), más vale prevenir. ---- Many say that the "deep web" sites with objectionable content exist, care should be taken, although there are projects like https://www.torproject.org/ that allow us to navigate the deep network without having to suffer risks (http: //www.cnnexpansion.com/economia/2014/06/27/como-opera-the-deep-web-en-mexico), better safe.
yitingwang

Participatory Culture - 1 views

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    Good questions about The Participatory Cultures.
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    Participatory Culture is a culture that everyone inside the society can talk, share and control the media. People with loud voice and much money have the equal opportunity of joining in the culture with people with nothing. This is an ideal situation. In the article, Aaron Alan Delwiche and Dr. Jennifer Jacobs Henderson express their idea on Participatory culture. They think that people should join the culture and join in efficiently. People can not bully on minority or hurt others. On the other side, it is more harmful not to join the culture. I think they are right to a large extent. However, participatory culture is an ideal situation to a large extent. People can not achieve equality on the social media
veronicasoledad

Diseminación selectiva de la información - 2 views

En la web se encuentra información de poca importancia o erróneas, es necesario hacer una selección de la información a diseminar, es decir hacer una diseminación selectiva de la información. Compa...

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started by veronicasoledad on 20 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
eglemarija

Extremely inspiring (and "crazy" in a good way!) talk about using video games to change... - 9 views

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    Dr Jane McGonigal (a professional game developer) talks about the time spent playing video games (which approximates to the span of human evolution), and that this time has to increase to make any major changes to the world. I have selected this resource partially in relation to week 3's Clarke's lecture (and others), which talks about using our idle time to do something meaningful - participate in citizen science games, for example. Dr McGonigal's talk very much illustrates this point - except that it talks about solving global issues through indirect games, e.g. a World Without Oil online game simulates a world in which you have to survive oil shortage. Creator's research shows, that people maintain the skills and habits they have taken up after playing this intense game, which include making better choices for our changing environment. The only difference here from actual citizen science games is that Dr McGonigal's games are fictional (rather than providing direct data / input for actual scientific research), however, they empower people to influence global change, which is the topic of the other lectures this week, especially Morozov's thoughts about the power of internet and connectiveness to create "revolutions". Although Morozov has taken up a rather critical view, suggesting only those who want it, take the best from the Internet, Dr McGonigal's ideas might be what bridges the two - taking games, which are integral part of many people's lives, especially in the younger generation, and turning them into real "life schools" may help more people get the idea and the essential skills to "fix" their environments. In all honesty, this is a video I would watch again and again, and recommend it to anyone who would listen (and that doesn't happen often for me).
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    Very interesting view about gaming in a digital world and gaming in a real world. How to balance both world is the challenge that we are all facing. One can see the advantage of computer gaming but also the disconnect with nature that over gaming can create.
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    A very interesting perspective. I took a course of Organisational Analysis offered in Coursera by Stanford University and, in the modules of "Learning Organisations" and "Organizational Culture" we reviewed this issue. Gamers usually develop different skills by playing online games as World of Warcraft, such as: communication, decision making, collaborative work, frustration tolerance and goals setting. This is because they practice, in an alternative world, many different real life situations. In addition, in clinical psychology are using virtual games to treat pacients and educate chilldrens. So, for that reasons, i think it is something really possible.
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    A thought-provoking viewpoint of gaming related to reality.Gamers can become empowered in the real world through skills learnt through gaming. Gaming is changing the look of education. 'Latest games are finally unlocking the key to making learning more fun' by Emmanuel Felton. http://hechingerreport.org/content/latest-games-finally-unlocking-key-making-learning-fun_17380/
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    Gamification for learning - using game elements - sounds very promising. Prior to the internet, technology, there were board games or hands on projects - all with the intent to engage and interact with each other. So it is no surprise to me given the appropriate design/project that students can learn and solve real world problems. Letting students choose their persona and role also allows them to make their own future and take ownership for how they want to participate. Just like the original promise of multimedia training that was purported to replace the traditional classroom events and enable getting the "best" teacher recorded for all to have the same experience...I believe it was then thought that the learning experience needs o be "blended". Different techniques - online, face to face, etc.. This is not my field of expertise so these are just personal opinions. If the online game approach can be combined with face to face and tactile/outdoor activities, aka a blended approach - I think that might be very useful. I do also believe that design solutions should be encouraging win win situations to reinforce collaboration and the feeling that all can succeed. One question I might have is how do you measure success in learning?
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    Gaming promoters unfortunately for me have a commercial agenda and its always difficult to make that balance of pure learning and commercialization aspect
Leticia Lafuente López

Redes sociales y ciencia. El índice Kardashian / Social media, science & K Index - 8 views

I like this idea from the article: "Authors who are not willing to get engaged on social media are missing out on a significant opportunity,"

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Leticia Lafuente López

Does Citizen Science = Open Science? - 3 views

8 years in prison just for sharing an article? In spain politicians are taking hundreds of thousands euros from dudose source without paying any taxes and they are not only free, but keeping their ...

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camilalondonoa

Where to start programming? - 2 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    I began at Code Academy last year, and completed various courses. The problem I had was knowing about the architecture and systems behind the code, so, now I am learning to use Command Line and working through FLOSS manuals. I like Code academy, and I may go back there, but not before I have understood Command Line and more specifically what works with Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora etc The thing is, free software development, open source and education for all, begins with Linux OS and whatever branches from that is free to share, iterate and scalable. The trademark socialist, philosophically opposed to the capitalist.
Fernando Carraro

Social Citizen/ Yoáni Sánchez / Humans Rights - 2 views

Hasta parece un relato de lo que se vive en México, gracias por compartir.

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Leticia Lafuente López

Does ICT in Education come before Social Citizen? - 3 views

I take this sentence from the report: "(...) one important lesson to remember is that technology by itself does not enhance the teaching-learning process and environment (Levine, 1998). It is the e...

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