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Chomsky. El objetivo de la educación

Chomsky. El objetivo de la educación

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¿Editor WEB o Curador de Contenidos Online? Ante la llegada del rol de CCO (Curador de Contenidos Online) , la incertidumbre de esta nueva posición ha crecido a través de los usuarios de redes sociales y propietarios de sitios web. La pregunta que se están planteando es ¿cuál es realmente la diferencia entre un editor WEB y un curador online? y a su vez cómo saber si lo que necesitan para darse a conocer en línea y acrecentar su cartera de clientes es una, otra o ambas. Para empezar a disipar dudas, tomemos la clara idea que Luisgé Martín comenta en su artículo Mueran los heditores de El País: “Los editores aportan valor añadido: hacen sugerencias, corrigen deslices o erratas, proponen cambios, pulen el estilo. […] son los únicos que pueden enfrentarse a la obra con competencia y desapego a la vez.”

Investment theory of party competition Overview[edit] However, this is different from a corporatist system, in which elite interests come together and bargain to create policy. In the investment theory, political parties act as the political arms of these business groups and therefore don't typically try to reconcile for policy. Labor-intensive investors[edit] A study by Larry Bartels found a positive correlation between Senate votes and opinions of high income groups similar to the conclusions in the investment theory.[4] Labor-intensive investors made up much of the early political systems in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The 5 Models Of Content Curation Curation has always been an underrated form of creation. The Getty Center in Los Angeles is one of the most frequently visited museums in America – and started as a private art collection from one man (J. Paul Getty) who had a passion for art. The "Virtual Senate" August 31, 2003 The Dominion - CHOMSKY: The term is not mine. I am borrowing it from the professional literature on international economics. CUED: La curación de contenidos como nueva tarea docente Autor: Raidell Avello Martínez, Universidad de Cienfuegos. Cuba. ravello@ucf.edu.cu (original para blog CUED) Dentro del gran desarrollo de las tecnologías de la información y las comunicaciones (TIC) en las diferentes esferas de la sociedad, se destacan las herramientas para el tratamiento de la enorme cantidad de información que se genera o publica en internet cada día.

Noam Chomsky Resources "As long as the Internet was under control of the Pentagon, it was free. People could use it freely [for] information sharing. That remained true when it stayed within the state sector of the National Science Foundation. As late as about 1994, people like say, Bill Gates, had no interest in the Internet. He wouldn't even go to conferences about it, because he didn't see a way to make a profit from it. Now it's being handed over to private corporations, and they tell you pretty much what they want to do. Content curator, Intermediario del conocimiento: nueva profesión para la web 3.0 Sería repetitivo decir hoy que el conocimiento ya no es poder, que es el acceso al mismo, que son las competencias asociadas a la recuperación y gestión creativa del mismo las que nos empoderan. Preferiría repetir la metáfora que escuchaba y amplío de David James Clark en Online Educa Berlín 2009 y que identifica a los Millennials (esos nativos digitales cuya competencia innata se pone en duda) con los hijos de Sócrates: El modelo de la academia de Platón, en el que los maestros enseñan contenidos y los estudiantes los reciben debe evolucionar al de Sócrates, cuya autoimpuesta labor es ayudar (no enseñar) a aprender de forma crítica, a analizar la información distribuida y fluida. Web contextual Veíamos el otro día cómo vamos hacia una web “hiperanalizada”, a una sociedad, en cierto modo, infinitamente más controlada. Lo comentaba recientemente David Armano y lo hemos visto aquí con frecuencia. Hablamos ya de ello aquí.

Slavoj Žižek Responds to Noam Chomsky: ‘I Don’t Know a Guy Who Was So Often Empirically Wrong’ Earlier this month we posted an excerpt from an interview in which linguist Noam Chomsky slams the Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek, along with the late French theorists Jacques Lacan and Jacques Derrida, for cloaking trivial ideas in obscure and inflated language to make them seem profound. “There’s no ‘theory’ in any of this stuff,” Chomsky says to an interviewer who had asked him about the three continental thinkers, “not in the sense of theory that anyone is familiar with in the sciences or any other serious field. Try to find in all of the work you mentioned some principles from which you can deduce conclusions, empirically testable propositions where it all goes beyond the level of something you can explain in five minutes to a twelve-year-old.

The Content Strategist as Digital Curator The term “curate” is the interactive world’s new buzzword. During content creation and governance discussions, client pitches and creative brainstorms, I’ve watched this word gain traction at almost warp speed. As a transplant from museums and libraries into interactive media, I can’t help but ask what is it about this word that deserves redefinition for the web? Article Continues Below Noam Chomsky: The Kind of Anarchism I Believe in, and What's Wrong with Libertarians May 28, 2013 | Like this article? Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email.

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