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Mapas y retos comunicativos en la era digital  [cached]
Elías Said Hung
Investigación y Desarrollo , 2007,
Abstract: Este artículo continúa la reflexión iniciada en el trabajo Tecnología, estructura y tratamiento de la información , presentado por el autor (2006) en el programa de doctorado de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. A partir de este trabajo se ha avanzado en temas referentes a la sociedad de la información y conocimiento, tecnologías de información y conocimiento, digitalización, telemática, y además propuesto un término que esperamos sea de interés en la comunidad académica y profesional relacionada con el tema abordado en estas líneas: mapas comunicativos, el cual será explicado a lo largo de este artículo. Todo esto con el firme propósito de contribuir en la gestación de propuestas que aporten a la consecución de soluciones para asumir los retos comunicativos ante las particulares realidades socioculturales, políticas y económicas de nuestras sociedades.
Competências na era digital: desafios tangíveis para bibliotecários e educadores/Competencies in the digital era: challenges and equipment for educators and librarians
Regina Célia Baptista Belluzzo,Elda Silva do Nascimento Melo,Elda Silva do Nascimento Melo,Daniela Melaré Vieira Barros,Renato Kraide Soffner,Eduardo Oscar de Campos Chaves,Maria Eugênia L. M. Castanho,Eliane Giachetto Saravali,Mariano Fernández Enguita,Luís Marcelo Alves Ramos,Gildenir Carolino Santos,Luís Marcelo Alves Ramos
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2005,
Abstract: A partir de uma abordagem do mundo contemporaneo, dos novos paradigmas, da consciência planetária, da globaliza o, chegar-se-á à era digital, destacando-se os seus impactos sobre a valoriza o da informa o e do conhecimento como bens de valor. Ressalta-se que a produ o do conhecimento, na atualidade, é uma quest o fundamental, tratando-se de uma teoria voltada à sua própria prática: ao mesmo tempo em que a fundamenta, subordina-se a ela, implicando necessariamente em mudan as no modo de pensar/atuar das pessoas. A educa o também é parte desse cenário de mudan as e existem raz es para que seja um referencial diferenciado na chamada “ sociedade em rede”, sendo uma situa o emergente a mudan a de postura no que diz respeito à migra o da sua identidade como transmissora de informa o e de cultura para uma condi o de ensinar a aprender e a pensar, preparando pessoas para que prolonguem os benefícios da escola além da escola mesma, tornando funcionais os conhecimentos adquiridos e, sobretudo, para que saibam empregar o poder da inteligência na vida profissional e no seu cotidiano. Desse modo, enfatiza-se a importancia da educa o, sob enfoque de um novo paradigma conceitual e prático, voltada para a forma o de cidad os capazes de integrarem-se à era digital, cujo princípio fundamental acha-se embasado no desenvolvimento de competências para o uso da informa o e na capacidade intelectual de transformá-la em conhecimento., com uma inovadora condi o de aprendizado contínuo e crescente. Tudo isso frente aos desafiadores avan os tecno-científicos dos últimos tempos. A desinforma o nessa era é talvez a raz o da existência de muitos problemas sociais, uma vez que atinge o ser humano em sua maior propriedade: a racionalidade. O conhecimento é, portanto, o fator competitivo entre as pessoas e as sociedade, sendo importante ressaltar que do seu uso racional e da sua aplica o é que conseguimos caminhar rumo à inova o e desenvolvimento social. A transferência e a aplicabilidade dos princípios da aprendizagem significativa de Ausubel e do uso dos mapas conceituais merecem lugar de destaque , emergindo a sua representatividade como facilitadores das condi es de trabalho integrado entre bibliotecários e educadores, os quais s o co-responsáveis pelo desenvolvimento das competências características dessa sociedade em mudan a, destacando-se dentre elas a competência em informa o, tema em discuss o no contexto mundial. Essas reflex es apresentadas pretendem focalizar, em síntese, a era digital e suas implica es para os profissionais da informa o e da educa o, de
O professor de LE em forma o – desafios e possibilidades na era digital / Pre-service FL teachers – challenges and possibilities in the digital era
Kátia Modesto Valério,Heloisa Liberto
Linguagens e Diálogos , 2011,
Abstract: This article concerns an exploratory research conducted in academic context with pre-service English language teachers. In order to understand their perceptions on the incorporation of an online component to the program of their undergraduate course, we used ethnographic tools to approach their views on the teaching-learning process mediated by new Web 2.0 tools. Possibly due to their adherence to traditional learning models, the undergraduate students surveyed tended to use the World Wide Web preferably as source of information without exploring the features afforded by Web 2.0. Results indicate that the changes imposed by the digital age demand a new attitude on the part of the learner and their acclimatization to ICTs still requires patient and gradual work. The study also indicates that hybrid courses might be a fertile field for the scaffolding to these changes.
Zoological nomenclature in the digital era
Alessandro Minelli
Frontiers in Zoology , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/1742-9994-10-4
Abstract: Publications containing the description of new species, the proposal of names for new supraspecific taxa, or other acts affecting the application of a given name to a given taxon are different, in an important sense, from ordinary scientific books or papers [1]. This is because introducing a new species name, or otherwise intervening on the use of the scientific names of animals, is not simply a way to translate into words the author’s view on a particular problem of animal taxonomy. The choice of the names by which we refer to the individual species, genera or families in the animal kingdom is ruled by a set of principles known as the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature[2] (hereafter, ‘the Code’). Thus, in a sense, irrespective of its scientific quality or importance, a publication relevant to zoological nomenclature must be treated as a legal document. As such, it remains on record, virtually, for ever.Until recently, publication of new names in a work produced with ink on paper was required for their availability. A long awaited amendment to the Code issued in September 2012 by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature now allows publication of new names in online-only works, provided that the latter are registered with ZooBank, the Official Register of Animal Names. With this amendment, the rules of zoological nomenclature have been aligned with the opportunities (and needs) of our digital era. However, possible causes for nomenclatural instability remain.I mean, here, instability for intrinsic, purely nomenclatural reasons. These must be kept clearly separate from name changes due to alternative taxonomic views. Nomenclature should provide a unique name for each taxon in the classification, but, as stated in the Preamble to the Code, no rule is intended to restrict the freedom of taxonomic thought or actions [2]. How true this eventually is in practice, is an interesting question [3] that has been raised [4] even before an alternative se
Contextes comunicatius d'aprenentatge en l'era digital Learning Communicational Context in the Digital Age Contextos comunicativos de aprendizaje en la era digital  [cached]
Cristina Iglesias Santomé,Juana Torres Soto
@tic : Revista d'Innovació Educativa , 2011, DOI: 10.7203/attic.7.1015
Abstract: Breve rese a critica sobre la obra New Literacies: Everyday Practices and Classroom Learning (2nd Edition) de Lankshear & Knobel
Quality of Interpersonal Communication in the Digital Era
Nawiroh Vera
International Journal of Social Science and Humanity , 2013, DOI: 10.7763/ijssh.2013.v3.304
Abstract: Era of globalization and development in digital technology this time was enriching the development in communication form or feature, for example the Internet. This new media showed implications in various fields, which are, the implications in business sector, media's management, advertisement, and the social community network including the behavior of his communication. Development of the new media that convergent, made the communication process between people become easier and faster. We can communicate with people around the world quickly and directly. Internet with various facilities like, Chat, e-mail, voice mail, etc has changed the behavior of its consumer. From various implications that arise due to the development of information technology and Communication this time, the authors was interested in researching about social impact from ICT development in the community. The aim of this research is to know quality of interpersonal communication in social contexts in digital era. This research study is personal opinion using qualitative descriptive method, where data is collected through depth interviews with informants, which are Y (native) generation digital and X generation in Jakarta. The results showed that the quality of interpersonal communication can be done not only through face to face, but it also done through the media depend on context and situation. In the normal context, communication by face to face and via the media has a same degree of quality. While in the conflict context, communication through the media are more qualified compare to communication by face to face. This study is hopefully could be useful as a reference for further research and can obtain a helpful information about social impact of digital media in particularly Indonesian community, so it can useful as a various parties in addressing the impact of new media and also become inputs for the manufacture of regulation in this field.
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THE DIGITAL ERA: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
PRAVEENKUMAR. KUMBARGOUDAR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The twenty first century is conceived as knowledge era. Hence the importance on knowledge related activities were increased. Knowledge Management playing an important role in generating, developing, storing and making ready to use of knowledge. With the increase in applications of Information and Communication Technology, several tools and techniques were developed to manage the knowledge effectively. The present paper explained different tools and techniques of the Knowledge Management in the digital era.
Nova Era: seus desafios à fé crist  [cached]
Jo?o Batista Libanio
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/410
Abstract: Os movimentos espirituais tem atravessado o Primeiro Mundo e as camadas ilustradas do Terceiro Mundo ocidental. tanto mais surpreendentes quanto mais os profetas da Morte de Deus da década de 70 tinham anunciado um silêncio sepulcral a respeito de Deus. No seu diagnóstico, o mundo moderno se cansara dos discursos de Deus e na sua audaz autonomia ia desfazendo, um por um, os rinc es habitados pelo Divino. Nada acontece na história por puro acaso, apesar de fatores aleatórios. Os abalos sísmicos s o anunciados pelo sistema metereológico das causalidades. Cabe-nos perguntar o porquê dessa onda espiritual, da qual a Nova Era é uma das express e mais significativas.
MAPAS NA WEB - DOI: 10.7154/RDG.2012.0112.0010  [cached]
Alfredo Pereira de Queiroz Filho,Mariana Abrantes Giannotti
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 2012, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i2012.382
Abstract: Este trabalho aborda a trajetória recente dos mapas na Web. Baseia-se na constata o de que os mapas se moldaram às características da comunica o via rede, que demanda a integra o e o compartilhamento das informa es. A conjuga o destas duas metas, no meio computacional, é denominada de interoperabilidade. Esta, é baseada em dois processos distintos: padroniza o e sistematiza o. Em decorrência da sua veicula o na Web, constata-se que o volume de mapas produzidos aumentou exponencialmente e suas funcionalidades se ampliaram. No entanto, parte dos termos relacionados aos mapas se tornou efêmera em virtude das constantes inova es oriundas do desenvolvimento tecnológico. Um dos principais desafios é tornar o conteúdo dos mapas compreensível universalmente, por homens e máquinas. As Infraestruturas de Dados Espaciais, os mapas colaborativos, a diversifica o das estratégias de localiza o, a Digital Earth e a computa o em nuvens revelam importantes tendências de desenvolvimento. Abstract: This work deals with the recent trends of maps on the Web. It is based on the finding that the maps have been shaped to the characteristics of network communications, that requires the integration and sharing of information. The combination of these two goals, in computational vocabulary, is called interoperability. This is based on two distinct processes: standardization and systematization. On the Web, the volume of maps produced increased exponentially and its functionalities amplified. However, part of the terms related to maps become ephemeral due to constant innovations arising from technological development. One of the main challenges is to make the content of maps universally comprehensible by humans and machines. The Spatial Data Infrastructures, collaborative maps, wide range of localization strategies, digital earth and cloud computing reveal important trends of development. DOI: 10.7154/RDG.2012.0112.0010
DIGITAL ERA: Universal Bimagic Squares  [PDF]
Inder Jeet Taneja
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this short note we have produced different kinds of bimagic squares using only the digits 0, 1, 2, 5 and 8. The universal bimagic squares presented are of order 8x8, 9x9, 16x16 and 25x25. In order to bring universal bimagic square of order 8x8, we used only the digits 2 and 5. For the order 9x9, we used only the digits 2, 5 and 8. For the universal bimagic square of order 16x16 we used the digits 1, 2, 5 and 8 and finally for the order 25x25, we used five digits 0, 1, 2, 5 and 8. In order to produce these universal bimagic squares we have used the digits in the digital form.
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