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El proceso creativo de la interfaz del sistema de gestión de la información
Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología , 2010,
Abstract: often, users get to know the information management system (sgi) while using it. this can cause problems in information retrieval, especially if there is a discrepancy between the needs and expectations of the user and the representation of the task to be accomplished in the interface. this paper illustrates the design of the sgi interface from its inception. it takes intoaccount the user, the task (mental model), and the completion of the task (activity), with the support of cognitive ergonomics, the emotional design, usability, and an evaluation of the interface project. the techniques applied to this end were the analysis of the task and activity, systematic observation, paper prototyping, the target group, the questionnaire, the interview, and card management. the use of these techniques was based on the logic employed by the users and the logic of analysts and information professionals. this can facilitate the development and implementation of suggestions that would add value to the understanding and the analysis of the issues involved in the design of the sgi interface and it can also encourage increased user satisfaction.
Observations of a Labidus Coecus (Latreille) Underground Raid in the Central Highlands ofCosta Rica
Ivette Perfecto
Psyche , 1992, DOI: 10.1155/1992/47525
Usabilidade em interfaces digitais: resenha
Ivette Kafure
Revista ACB , 2007,
Abstract: [Portuguese]Resenha de livro: PASSARELLI, Brasilina. Interfaces Digitais na Educa o: @lucin[a es] Consentidas. S o Paulo: Escola do Futuro daUSP, 2007. 200 p. ISBN: 978-85-60257-01-0.
El fin del fin del mundo
Ivette Fred
Revista Umbral , 2009,
Abstract: En este ensayo la profesora Ivette Fred discute la utilización del lenguaje científico en las discusiones sobre el cambio climático en la tierra. Absteniéndose a cuestionar la validez de los planteamientos científicos, se limita a analizar la forma en la cual los científicos transmiten estas ideas. Considera que el lenguaje utilizado para referirse a los cambios climáticos es similar al que se emplea en los discursos religiosos de corte apocalíptico. Compara ambos discursos, como describen el fin del mundo en un lenguaje muy similar. Termina por plantear las siguientes preguntas: Por qué los científicos recurren al lenguaje apocalíptico? Cómo los seres se pueden unir como humanidad? Cómo se podría describir una catástrofe sin sonar catastrófico?
A Comunidade Européia
Ivette Barreto
Sequência : Estudos Juridicos e Politicos , 1989,
The Chicken and Egg Project
Ivette Alkon
Early Childhood Research & Practice , 2004,
Abstract: This article describes a project on chickens and eggs undertaken by 5-year-old children in a bilingual school in Mexico City. It describes the three phases of the project and includes photographs and other documentation of the children’s work.
Decadal Changes in the Near-Surface Air Temperature in the Western Side of the Antarctic Peninsula  [PDF]
Jorge F. Carrasco
Atmospheric and Climate Sciences (ACS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/acs.2013.33029

An analysis of the minimum air temperature behavior was carried out for the southern tip of South America and the western side of the Antarctica Peninsula. Punta Arenas shows an overall annual warming of 0.15°C per decade during the 1960-2010 period, although this occurred mainly in the summer and winter seasons. The trend of the air temperature in the western side of the Antarctic Peninsula shows an increase until around 2000, but the warming rate during the last 2001-2010 decade has been less than previous decades; in particular, meteorological stations in King George Island show slight cooling. The lineal annual warming per decade as shown by Bellingshausen, Verndsky/Faraday and Rothera stations are 0.26°C ± 0.75°C, 0.55°C ± 1.26°C and 0.69°C ± 1.31°C; for the respectively, 1969-2010, 1951-2010 and 1978-2010 periods. These rates of warming are slightly lower than those found for the same stations but for the 1969-2000, 1951-2000 and 1978-2000 periods.

The Challenge of Changing to a Low-Carbon Economy: A Brief Overview  [PDF]
Jorge F. Carrasco
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2014.51001

Climate change alters all sustainable development dimensions for a given nation or region, there- fore, decreasing emission of GHG not only is an environmental issue, but also has implication on the economic, social and political matters. In 2009, the Copenhagen Accord adopted the 2°C global warming increase limit as an international policy, being this threshold of the maximum allowable warming to avoid dangerous and irreversible anthropogenic interference in the climate system. The observed monthly average CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere crossed the 400 parts per million thresholds, for the first time in April and May 2013. The energy sector is the single largest source of climate changing GHG emissions, and therefore moving from fossil fuel to clean energy production should be a priority challenge for all countries. For that, it is necessary to develop a low carbon economy for confronting the climate change.

Nursing Student Engagement: Taking a Closer Look  [PDF]
Kathleen Hudson, Rebecca Carrasco
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2017.72017
Abstract: Nursing student engagement is a critical and enhancing means of ensuring students stay within their education, and subsequently within the nursing profession. Engaged students with having higher ethical standards and behaviors, are certainly “caring” with their care delivery, and are dependable and competent with their teamwork. These are rewarding aspects of nursing practice. This research evaluates student nurses’ perceptions and their sense of engagement in relation to nursing and their educational experiences.
Talamás D,Ivette;
Estudios pedagógicos (Valdivia) , 1998, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-07051998000100004
Abstract: the present experience arises out of the desire to encourage reading in children as an answer an to the lack of reading habits. the main objective was to shape girls and boys willing to read, motivating them to enjoy reading. from this starting point the work has been implemented through several perspectives and methodologies, with an emphasis on playing. the result of these activities was the discovery of multiple possibilities, in addition to the reading motivation, such as making children more sympathetic to concepts like: equal opportunities, caring for the natural environment, health and human rights. furthermore, children are encouraged to express themselves by writing their own stories. in the second section, the article describes the fieldwork performed in relation to the reading promotion strategies and hemispheric dominance.
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