YouTube – Information R/evolution

diciembre 24, 2009

YouTube – Information R/evolution.

How to Teach Online: Teaching Online using WiZiQ

noviembre 9, 2009

WiZiQ is a web based education platform, powered by teachers. We try hard to make WiZiQ, a teacher friendly tool : simple, effective and relevant for the teachers. We continuously improve, adding and refining features based on the teacher’s feedback. If you want to teach students online or network with other teachers and experts across the world, then Join WiZiQ for Free, Now.

WiZiQ is amongst the best online teaching solution in the world and integrates the following set of online tools :

Synchronous [live] and asynchronous teaching through Virtual Classroom, Online Tests, Content Sharing and Messaging System.
Online Classes, Online Tests, Educational Content, Contact and Payment Management.

Teacher Profile, Public Classes, Public Tests, Public Content, Sharing/ Inviting Contacts, Posting to Social Bookmarking Websites.












How to Teach Online: Teaching Online using WiZiQ. – Presentación

agosto 25, 2009

Revista francesa sobre Antropología de conocimiento. Editada por DOMINIQUE VINCK.

Este oscuro objeto del conocimiento.

Dominique Vinck Profesor en sociología en la Universidad de Grenoble. Es miembro del centro de investigación PACTE CNRS / Grenoble Universidad donde el dirige el eje transversal “Ciencias-sociedad”. Sus investigaciones se enfocan en la sociología de las ciencias y de la innovación, sobre todo en el campo de las micro y nanotecnologías. Sus publicaciones recientes sont : Ingénieurs au quotidien. Ethnographie de l’activité de conception et d’innovation PUG, Grenoble, 1999 Everyday Engineering. Edición americana, MIT Press, 2003, Pratiques de l’interdisciplinarité PUG, Grenoble, 2000 et Sciences et sociétés. Sociologie du travail scientifique A.Colin, Paris, 2007. PACTE Politique – Organisation UMR CNRS / Grenoble Universités BP 47 38040 Grenoble cedex 9 France Dominique. Vinck@ upmf-grenoble. frDesde la subida de la ola de las ciencias cognoscitivas, muchos investigadores y responsables en política de la ciencia piensan que se produce bajo nuestros ojos un avance muy grande en la historia del conocimiento. Un avance que, ademá s, toca a supuestos fundamentos del conocimiento mismo. Durante mucho tiempo, la epistemología regía lo que convenía decir sobre este tema. Hoy, parecería que se encuentra destronada por fundamentos todavía má s sólidos en lo má s profundos del cerebro y de la neurobiología, o de la lógica y lo que revelan las sorprendentes simulaciones informá ticas. En un caso como en otro, las ciencias sociales no parecen tener nada superior que decir sobre esto. Epistemología como neurociencias manifiestamente no necesitan las ciencias sociales para construir sus afirmaciones e imponerlas como última instancia explicativa.

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Top 100 Anthropology Blogs | Online

abril 28, 2009

By Holly McCarthy

It doesn’t matter if you’re studying capuchins in South America or the social interactions in American college bars, there is a blogger out there who shares your interests. University students, academics, professors and those who just love anthropology have helped to create a great assortment of online discourse about the field. We’ve compiled a list of 100 that are definitely worth a read.

Top 100 Anthropology Blogs | Online

Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communities

abril 16, 2009

Digital Habitats Community Orientation Spidergram Activity

Published by Nancy White under Communities of Practice, Orientations, Resources

Cross posted from Nancy’s Blog

A couple of people have asked me for more materials related to the Community Orientations Spidergram activity. I have embedded them into some slides now up … Digital Habitats Community Orientation Spidergram Activity.

Here is a hint I should have shared earlier. The “context” orientation is a bit odd on the spidergram. You need to decide if internal orientation is in the middle/exterior towards the outside or reversed. I tend to use internal towards the middle, but I realized my instructions weren’t so clear.

Another way to do it is to ignore the “context” spoke from an internal/external perspective and then do one layer on the spidergram around your internally focused activities. Then with a different color, do another layer on externally focused activities. I’ve done this with a few test cases and it quickly showed that some communities which have both internal and external contexts have very different internal and external activities.

Digital Habitats Community Orientation Spidergram Activity

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Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

abril 16, 2009

What’s New?

The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication’s current issue, JCMC 13(1), is the last new issue that will appear on this website. For the past year, JCMC has been available both here and via Blackwell Synergy. Starting in January 2008, new issues will be published only on the Synergy site. The journal’s format will continue to be open access, according to the International Communication Association. Also, on January 1, 2008, Kevin Wright of the University of Oklahoma assumed editorial responsibility for the journal. Please direct all JCMC-related correspondence to him at jcmc @

Note: All JCMC manuscript submissions, resubmissions, and reviews will continue to be processed through For more information, see the JCMC guidelines for how to submit a manuscript.

The October 2007 issue brings together another exciting collection of cutting-edge CMC research. The articles in the first half provide scholarly takes on everything from “beeping” on mobile phones to Creative Commons copyright licenses to political blog credibility to the validity of data from the Wayback Machine, as well as new perspectives on issues of perennial concern such as workplace interruption and flaming via CMC. The second half of the issue is devoted to a special theme section on Social Network Sites, guest edited by danah boyd and Nicole Ellison. To our knowledge, this is the first published collection of research into this popular new phenomenon.

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Computer-Mediated Anthropology

abril 16, 2009

Computer-Mediated Anthropology examines the intersections between anthropology and computing.

These intersections include:

· Finding a school

· Pedagogy

· Theory

· Research

· Scholarly Communication

· Publishing

Content and Design by Noah Porter (in consultation with S. Elizabeth Bird.)

Resources used in constructing this page include: Google,, Wimpy, Abhijit’s Planet, EndNote, KoolMoves, USF Library (esp. SFX Citation Finder), The Library of Congress, The New York Public Library, AAA Guide & E-Guide, and many of the web sites mentioned on the CMA Resources page.

Special thanks to all CMA survey respondents.

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