WWW stands for World Wide Web. It was launched in 1991. The oldest version Web 0.1 was only allowing people to read from the internet. Due to advanced technology, new versions Web2.0 and 3.0 allows read as well as edit. The newer versions are of course more suitable and preferable to be used with more facilities. WWW has become an exalted stage for the ever emerging online community to interact and share thoughts and information.
Image borrowed from AppAppeal.com Website Objectives Participants will be able to identify three possible educational benefits of using Web 2.0 in the classroom. Introduction
Le crowdsourcing consiste, pour les éditeurs de sites, à utiliser les internautes pour créer des contenus, répondre aux questions d'autres visiteurs, voire participer à la conception du site.
Débats Ce texte est extrait de "la leçon inaugurale" que prononcera Dominique Schnapper , lundi 19 juillet, à Montpellier, lors de l'ouverture des Rencontres de Pétrarque , organisées par France Culture et Le Monde dans le cadre du Festival de Radio France. Ni les pratiques de la vie économique ni la légitimité du politique, c'est-à-dire de l'ordre social, ne pourraient se maintenir s'il n'existait pas un minimum de confiance entre les hommes et si ces derniers n'avaient pas un minimum de confiance dans les institutions. C'est sur l'établissement de la confiance (outrust en anglais) entre le peuple et l'autorité politique que le philosophe anglais John Locke (1632-1704) faisait reposer le passage de l'état de nature à la société civile.
Sensemaking is the process by which people give meaning to experience . While this process has been studied by other disciplines under other names for centuries, the term "sensemaking" has primarily marked three distinct but related research areas since the 1970s: Sensemaking was introduced to Human–computer interaction by PARC researchers Russell, Stefik, Pirolli and Card in 1993, to information science by Brenda Dervin , and organizational studies by Karl Weick . In information science the term is most often written as "sense-making." In both cases, the concept has been used to bring together insights drawn from philosophy, sociology , and cognitive science (especially social psychology ).
Amy Cuddy must be proud: Clay Shirky walks on stage and promptly strikes a power pose. Then he tells us of a 9-year-old Scottish girl who lives about 50 miles from here.
What is continuous partial attention?
Teaching Our Students How To Think | Teachers Training International – Helping you motivate, manage and engage your studentsOne of the downsides of teaching is that in the process of educating our students about facts and figures we are also teaching our students how to think. For most teachers their initial response would be to not give this a second thought. However I wonder if this might be one of the greatest long term problems that education is facing right now. Watch the following two and a half minute talk clip and then I will explain my thoughts (the key thought happens at 2:26) Did you catch the key sentence?
TED: Ideas worth spreading Search results for "shirky" 1-10 of 74 results Clay Shirky: How the Internet will (one day) transform government ... a flood of new, oftentimes divergent, ideas using hosting services like GitHub -- so why can’t governments?
Such sloppy reasoning is under fire in “I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy,” by Lori Andrews, a law professor and bioethicist whose previous books include “The Clone Age” and “Body Bazaar.” For Andrews, the Internet is a natural subject. She ventures far beyond the social networks of her subtitle to consider the ramifications of search engines, data mining, targeted “behavioral” advertising and other technologies.