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Governança Digital

Lista de links interessantes para o Clube do Nepô. Investigando a Governança Digital.

Clube do Nepô para difusão e implantação da nova Governança Digital

Estatuto 1.3 - 29/05/14 Formulário de adesão no rodapé da página: Veja os detalhes no vídeo abaixo: 1) o Clube do Nepô para difusão e implantação da nova Governança Digital é formado por um grupo de pessoas interessadas em pensar/agir melhor diante deste relevante problema.

The taxi industry heard Google & Uber's driverless car plans. They're not happy

First, Google unveils a driverless car. Then, Uber chief Travis Kalanick says driverless cars are the future and drivers are not. How do you think leaders of the taxi industry feel about this? They're furious. "So much for being an Uber 'partner,'" said Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association CEO Alfred LaGasse in an email to VentureBeat.

Programação vira disciplina em escolas infantis nos EUA

Jordan Lisle, que tem sete anos e é aluno do segundo ano, ficou com sua família num evento escolar no ano passado, depois do horário normal das aulas, cujo objetivo era despertar um interesse novo: a programação de computadores. "Acho que ele está ficando um pouco para trás", disse sua mãe, Wendy Lisle, explicando por que eles tinham entrado no curso.

Nova York ganha aplicativo que mostra em tempo real onde está o metrô - Tendências

Quem mora em uma cidade como São Paulo conhece as dificuldades rotineiras para embarcar no metrô. Nunca se sabe em quanto tempo o próximo vai chegar, se vem cheio ou vazio, ou se as outras estações estão lotadas e o vagão ficará apertado no meio da viagem.

Como aguçar o pensamento?

Quem faz teoria escreve para si mesmo. O grande desafio é poder superar o que pensava ontem. Trabalho com este triângulo do ato do conhecimento: A narrativa é o que vai se construindo fora de você. Os rastros. A impressão vem de fora, a partir da interação com fatos e ideias.

Learning Theory - What are the established learning theories?

This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Learning Theory, organisational learning Nonaka & Takeuchi, zone of proximal development The area of capabilities that learners can exhibit with support from a teacher or peer., text & conversation theory An organization is created and defined by communication. communication

Creando un "Wikipedia Town" con códigos QR

En el curso Cultura Móvil venimos discutiendo con los alumnos el uso de los códigos QR en la cultura. La opinión general es que se están usando poco y mal, y que la realidad es que los usuarios no suelen sacar el teléfono y escanear códigos cuando están de paseo.

Complexidade, diversidade e demografia

Digamos que o principal problema que temos hoje no mundo é uma dificuldade de lidar com a nova complexidade de 7 bilhões de pessoas, que se materializaram em menos de 200 anos. A atual Governança, com os Tecno-códigos que temos hoje é incapaz de tomar decisões de alta qualidade, o que nos leva a profunda crise que estamos envolvidos.

How One Teacher Is Making High School--and Physics--Fun by Gamifying The Classroom

For the students at Le Salésien High School in Sherbrooke, Quebec, physics will never be the same. Instead of jocks, loners, and preppy kids, the kids in Shawn Young's class are now warriors, mages, and healers. Young, an 11th-grade teacher and web developer, invented Classcraft three years ago as an alternative teaching tool--gamification for the classroom.




I think that there has been only 4 of these big changes. The first one is related to the invention of writing, when symbols became permament and reified. The second one corresponds to the invention of the alphabet, indian numerals and other small groups of symbols able to represent "almost everything" bycombination.

IEML: Proyecto para un nuevo humanismo. Entrevista a Pierre Lévy | Artículo | CCCB LAB

Pierre Lévy es filósofo y uno de los pioneros en el estudio de las implicaciones de Internet para el conocimiento y la cultura. En Inteligencia colectiva. Por una antropología del Ciberespacio , publicado en francés en 1994 (traducción al español de 2004), describe una inteligencia colectiva diseminada en todas partes, constantemente valorizada y coordinada a tiempo real.

A história vista pela Antropologia Tecno-Cognitiva

Bom, para formar um cenário e criar estratégias de médio e longo prazo é preciso entender as guinadas na história provocadas pela chegada e massificação de uma Tecnologia Cognitiva Radical, que é a Força Relevante para Mudança da Governança atual.

Walter J. Ong

The Reverend Father Walter Jackson Ong, PhD (November 30, 1912 - August 12, 2003), was an American Jesuit priest, professor of English literature, cultural and religious historian and philosopher. His major interest was in exploring how the transition from orality to literacy influenced culture and changed human consciousness.

Asa Briggs, Baron Briggs

Asa Briggs, Baron Briggs (born 7 May 1921) is an English historian, one of the most respected historians who has written on the Victorian era. In particular, his trilogy, Victorian People, Victorian Cities and Victorian Things made a lasting mark on how historians view the nineteenth century.

Roy D'Andrade

Roy Goodwin D'Andrade is one of the founders of the theory of cognitive anthropology. Born in New Jersey, D'Andrade matriculated at Rutgers University but left to fulfill his military service. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut. He then studied in the Department of Social Relations at Harvard, from which he received his PhD in Social Anthropology.

A. Kimball Romney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A. Kimball Romney is a social sciences professor and one of the founders of cognitive anthropology.[citation needed ] He spent most of his career at the University of California, Irvine.

Maurice Bloch

For the New York politician, see Maurice Bloch (New York City). Maurice Bloch (born in 1939 in Caen, Calvados, France) is a British anthropologist. He attended the Lycée Carnot in Paris and the Perse School in Cambridge, moving to Britain at the age of eleven.

Duke University | Cultural Anthropology: People

Naomi Quinn received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1971. Her research has pursued the reconstruction, from reasoning, metaphor, and other features of their discourse on it, of Americans' cultural understandings of marriage. Her newest research pursues the effects of early attachment and separation on adult intimate relationships cross-culturally.

Eric A. Havelock

Eric Alfred Havelock (; June 3, 1903 - April 4, 1988) was a British classicist who spent most of his life in Canada and the United States. He was a professor at the University of Toronto and was active in the Canadian socialist movement during the 1930s.

Harold Innis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harold Adams Innis (; November 5, 1894 - November 8, 1952) was a Canadian professor of political economy at the University of Toronto and the author of seminal works on media, communication theory and Canadian economic history. The affiliated Innis College at the University of Toronto is named for him.

Marshall McLuhan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

McLuhan is known for coining the expressions the medium is the message and the global village , and for predicting the World Wide Web almost thirty years before it was invented. Although he was a fixture in media discourse in the late 1960s, his influence began to wane in the early 1970s.

Toronto School of communication theory

The Toronto School is a school of thought in communication theory and literary criticism, the principles of which were developed chiefly by scholars at the University of Toronto. It is characterized by exploration of Ancient Greek literature and the theoretical view that communication systems create psychological and social states.

Justin E. H. Smith

My work has always been deeply interdisciplinary, but I remain first and foremost a philosopher. My approach to philosophy draws significantly on scholarship in the domain of HPS, which usually abbreviates 'History and Philosophy of Science'.

Anthropology and Philosophy III

Logic, Reason, and Emotion in Biocultural Perspective Where do we derive our reasons, rationalizations, and explanations from? How do we discover, define, and decide to adopt new concepts? Logical reasoning is part and parcel of our actions and thoughts, in everyday practice, throughout our lives.