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    Publicado el 19.5.2015 por Equipo GNOSS

    GNOSS patrocina #LILE 2015 "Learning & Education with the Web of Data" en el marco de la 24 International World Wide Web Conference

    GNOSS patrocina el LILE 2015 "Learning and Education with the Web of Data", un espacio de reflexión sobre de qué manera se está configurando un Internet Educativo en Linked (Open) Data, en el marco de la 24 International World Wide Web Conference (Florencia, Italia, 18-22 May 2015). El objetivo principal del mismo era "to discuss approaches making use of Web Data and related technologies, especially Linked Data, for teaching, learning and education"

    En el evento se reflexiona sobre cuáles son sus actores fundamentales, cómo se están relacionando, los principales retos y desafios, así como cuáles pudieran ser los catalizadores que hagan que dicha construcción se acelere e incremente. Este espacio da continuidad a las anteriores ediciones (LILE 2011-2014) y permite esbozar el estado del arte en la materia, tanto en el mundo universitario, como en el mundo educativo no universitario.

    El manifiesto del programa señala que "the widespread adoption of Linked Data and derivations, such as Microformats, has led to the availability of vast amounts of public data a such as DBpedia, WordNet RDF or the data.gov.uk initiative, ranging from domain-specific expert vocabularies to, for instance, data about cultural heritage (e.g., the Europeana dataset), which has the potential to fundamentally aid and transform the production, delivery and consumption of educational services and content".

    El ganador al mejor paper ha sido un libanés por un trabajo realmente interesante:

    Los principales enlaces de interés son:

     

     

     

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    Publicado el 11.2.2011 por Equipo GNOSS

    GNOSS Educa challenge

     

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Are you preparing your own selection of the best educational resources on the Web? Do you create educational materials for your students so that they can learn with the tools provided by the Internet? Are you working on a project of educational intervention based on GNOSS Educa? We propose a challenge:

    gnoss.com  launches the first edition of the GNOSS EDUCA Challenge with the collaboration and sponsorship of the Government of La Rioja, Éniac Formación, Grupo Osaba and Unipapel.  The goal of the contest is to reward the work of the educational community (teachers, education professionals, educators and students) who are developing and promoting education on the Internet.

    CATEGORIES and PRIZES

    1.    Best original interactive resource uploaded to Didactalia

    Prize: LAPTOP LENOVO IDEAPAD S10-3T/10,1"/TABLET/W7

    What is an original interactive resource?

    It is an educational resource (page, web, application development in Flash...) prepared by a person or an organization. This person or organization must upload it to Didactalia to be a candidate. The candidacy must be sent by the author/s or any other person.

    2.    Best collection of resources prepared by a user in Didactalia

    Prize: LAPTOP LENOVO IDEAPAD S10-3T/10,1"/TABLET/W7 

    How do I prepare my collection of resources?

    The collection of resources has to be published in the public personal space of the gnoss.com user and have educational content. In this space, you have to create a category called COLLECTION OF EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES and include educational resources (created by yourself or by others) you consider that fit. These resources have to be shared with Didactalia.

    3.    Best educational intervention in the classroom by a teacher with GNOSS Educa  (Secondary Education, High School, Vocational Training)

    Prize for the winner: LAPTOP LENOVO IDEAPAD S10-3T/10,1"/TABLET/W7

    Prize for the first finalist: Notebook.

    Prize for the second finalist: External hard drive.

    4.    Best school project with  GNOSS Educa (Secondary Education, High School, Vocational Training)

    Prize: 2.000 euros to invest in material for the center that can be choose between the sponsoring companies products: notebooks and paper material, microphones for teachers, notebooks, smartphones...

     

    HOW TO PARTICIPATE

    The gnoss.com Team manages the receipt of applications. To participate in the challenges, contestants must comply with the gnoss.com terms of use; be gnoss.com users (have signed up) and submit their proposals via email to gnoss@gnoss.com.

    The text should include the category that you choose, the description of the candidacy, e-mail, and contact telephone number. The email subject should be: Application for GNOSS EDUCA CHALLENGE. Participants must briefly explain their experience. A person may apply for more than one category. We recommend that you consult the complete CONTEST RULES OF THE GNOSS EDUCA CHALLENGE.

    Do you dare to take the challenge?  The countdown has begun: you have until March 18th, 2011. 


    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

     

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    Publicado el 30.12.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Open data, web 3.0, talent or semantics. You’ve probably used these concepts in 2010 in more than one occasion. We can think of many cases: perhaps in a meeting with colleagues, in a conversation with your contacts on the Net; when you tagged or categorized a gnoss.com resource... In our review of the best of 2010, these words take on special importance as they are the most popular, either through visits or votes in the resources that contain them. Thus, as the finale to 2010, we’re showing you the trending topics 2010, a set of resources with the highlight of the year on gnoss.com in two areas: educational - with the best educational materials and featured opinions about innovation and learnig- and internet - with an interesting discussion about Web 3.0 and the role of data-.

    The 5 most viewed resources about internet

    1. What’s your definition of web 3.0?
    2. Diary of work in Silicon Valley (Myriam García)
    3. OnSalus: Medical questions and medical answers
    4. Course about Semantic Web
    5. Goodbye Google Wave (Genbeta)

    The 5 better considered resources about internet

    1. Releasing the People's Data (Open Data @ CTIC)
    2. Knowledge is more than Data
    3. Course about Semantic Web
    4. Twitter and Facebook will soon dominate the web, and not Google - Sean Parker
    5. What’s your definition of web 3.0?

    The 5 most viewed resources about Education

    1. Scholar Google in beta: useful to track thesis, scientific articles…
    2. 20enmate.com: learn maths playing (Instituto Apoyo)
    3. Alphabet, Poisson Rouge’s English alphabet e
    4. vPike.com: more than a street map
    5. Learn the multiplication tables with the snakes and ladders game

    The 5 better considered resources about Education

    1. Interview with Luis Cacho, President of arsys.es and Fundación Promete
    2. Interview with Isabel Ardanaz, community manager  of Fundacionpromete.net
    3. Men with Talent. Eduardo Punset
    4. “Volunteering 2.0 to help young people with talent”
    5. Lecture of Fundación Promete at the I Global Forum on Talent

     

    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    Happy New Year!

    The gnoss.com Team
     

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    Publicado el 22.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Last week we told you about our news related to educational communities. We want to thank you for the excellent reception that our proposal had. We are getting questions, comments, doubts... If you have any unresolved issue, please contact us. ;-)

    Here is our selection of the best content of the week:

    NEXT WEB

    Using advanced computer techniques, IBM is building a computer for processing natural language, codenamed Watson (in honor of Thomas J. Watson, founder of IBM), to compete in the game show Jeopardy!

    CubicWeb is a development platform for building web applications, licensed under LGPL, which allows developers to efficiently build applications reusing components (called cubes) following the principles of object-oriented design.

    Kingsley Idehen, CEO of OpenLink Software, founders of Virtuoso, gives us on his Blog a short, clear explanation about Linked Data, based on a simple definition: Linked Data is simply a set of structured data based on hypermedia.


    ENTREPRENEURS

    Guy Kawasaki, author of nine books on marketing and director of Garage Technology Ventures, established in Silicon Valley (California, USA), visited Spain (Being Creative, Málaga) and talked about investments in technology companies.


    INNOVATION

    The Innovation Forum will take place on 24th and 25th November 2010 in Riojaforum. This resource shows the complete program.

    Interesting interactive timeline of The New York Times that shows a chronology of the construction of intelligent machines.


    EDUCATION

    Interesting post by Andrés Pedreño about how to approach cooperation frameworks between social networks and universities.


    ECONOMY AND POLITICS 2.0

    Document that analyzes the successful business experiences representative of the values and uses of the New Economy in order to understand what the keys to the success of this emerging reality are. It was prepared in the framework of the New Economy Sectors 20+20 project.

    Article by Adela Cortina on the origin of neuroethics: "[...] it will have an exciting task ahead: not only will it deal with the ethical evaluation of research and applications in neuroscience, but also with fundamental problems of human life when the brain is involved, such as freedom, conscience, the self, the mind-body relation or the brain basis of morality [...]".

    Always with the humor that characterizes El Jueves, a joke about politics and promises that cannot be met, as well as misguided forecasts.


    OPINION


    VIDEOTUTORIAL

     
    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

     

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    Publicado el 15.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Hi gnossonaut!

    This is not an exclusive but ... just about. We’ve just launched a new release with many new features that improve mainly the creation of classes and educational communities in gnoss.com. In fact, you may have already read the Watermelon blog, where Ricardo Alonso Maturana, CEO of gnoss.com, gives an idea of the main changes and how they affect our educational projects.

    Basically, we have simplified the registration of classes and educational communities with the creation of the figure of 'Professor'. In this way, any professional in education who wants to launch an educational community in gnoss.com can access a personalized environment to work with his/her students (provided they are 14 years old or older). You will be surprised because you can create a class and work with it in only a few minutes. 


    Where can you find all the information about our educational communities
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    If your focus is the university, we recommend that you visit GNOSS University 2.0. However, if you are interested in knowing how to manage your class on social networks in other education fields, we invite you to visit GNOSS Educa, with information for Secondary Education (junior high school and high school) and Vocational Training, among other types of education and training.

    But we make it even easier for you. Yes, that happens to us too: we don’t read the DVD instructions or the mobile ones... We want a quick guide for everything. Well, as we understand you, we made a short tutorial to create classes and educational communities.


    Help and frequently asked questions about educational communities

    You may have questions about how to make your class. To do this, you can go to our supporting communities: GNOSS Educa and GNOSS University 2.0. If you can’t find any answer to your question, as you know, you can contact us in real time for any doubts about GNOSS University 2.0 in @universidad_20, or  GNOSS Educa in @educaciongnoss.

    After this 'ton' of information, we’ll only steal you one more minute: we can’t go on improving without your opinion. So, what do you think about the changes we made in classes and educational communities? What would you make better? Will you tell us your opinion?

    Oh, and if you have it clear, come on! You can create a class

    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

     

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    Publicado el 3.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    gnoss.com newsletter: The power of learning together: first year of gnoss.com

    Hi gnossonaut!

    A society on the Network, a network of networks, a network with brain... Many times you’ve asked me what gnoss.com is. Well, if tomorrow, September 4th 2010, when gnoss.com is celebrating its first year online, you ask me what we do, I’m quite sure about it: LEARNING. During these twelve months, we’ve talked, shared content, discussed how we could improve our services... and, above all, we’ve learned a lot from each other. We are a lively community which is close to 5,000 users and has long exceeded the 400 communities. All this would not have been possible without you. So THANK YOU VERY MUCH. But never mind the past, let’s focus on what is coming because you have to keep on helping us...


    gnoss.com Educational Project

    Over the past few weeks, the gnoss.com Team has been heavily involved in the development of two new educational projects. Before telling you about them, let’s review some history. As you might know, since our launch in September 2009, we’ve been making a great effort to offer you and share with you an open space for Education on the Internet. Some communities like Didactalia, La Otra Escuela (the other school) Forma, or University 2.0 are a result of that. But let’s go further.

    In this course start 2010/2011 we are working on two new initiatives: GNOSS University 2.0 and GNOSS Expanded Education. Both projects have had a preliminary test with professors and students of Economics at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Up to 400 students have used gnoss.com communities to work and study their subjects. The result couldn’t be better. If you have a minute, I prefer them to tell you an experience that demonstrates the power of informal learning.

    Good results have led us to extend the project to all those teachers, professionals, centers… who want to bet on a new way of teaching and learning in college. This is the GNOSS University 2.0 project, which you can join now if you wish. At the same time, throughout this month we will expand the project with teachers and students of High School and Vocational Training through GNOSS Expanded Education.


    More things, easier

    The projects we’re telling you about don’t make sense without a smarter technology that helps you do more things more easily and successfully. This is the goal of our development team. In the coming months we'll surprise you. As an appetizer, try our faceted search engine prototype.
     

    Shall we go on learning? I’ll wait for you in gnoss.com ;-)

    Best regards,

     

    Ricardo Alonso Maturana, CEO de gnoss.com

     

     

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    Publicado el 27.8.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    gnoss.com newsletter: 23rd August Week

    Hi gnossonaut!

    In this edition of our newsletter we have prepared a selection with the best content shared in gnoss.com. We also want to have your opinion. So don’t miss the SWOT, questions and discussions with more activity. Enjoy!

    Content

     

    It’s the turn of Ricardo Alonso Maturana (gnoss.com CEO) in a series of interviews on the occasion of the Meeting University 2.0 at UIMP for his contribution to the event with "University GNOSS 2.0: Digital Life to learn."

    The Spanish university system no longer has any representatives among the 200 best centers in the world, according to the University of Shanghai ranking.

    20th June 2010 broadcast of the ‘Redes’ program, directed by Eduard Punset.

    Ken Robinson talks about talent on the TED conferences.

    Article by Cintia Vanesa Días in a special issue on social networks in the mexican journal ‘Contaduría Pública’ in July 2010.

    Altimeter Group published a report on the changes that social media are imposing on companies in regard to CRM.

    The blog ‘Senior Manager’ offers you a collection of the thirteen applications they prefer to monitor  anything on the Net.

    ITC results report on the application of robotics and cognition research within the 7th Framework Program.

    Report by the Economic Intelligence Department of PWC on the state of the world in 2050.

    This report includes indicators for Internet uses (both political and nonpolitical) as the main political attitudes and traditional dimensions of political behavior.

     

    Debates, questions and SWOTs

     

    If you want to receive more information, you can subscribe to the categories of communities that you are interested in.

    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team


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    Publicado el 20.8.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    gnoss.com newsletter: 16th August Week

    Hi gnossonaut!

    In this edition of our newsletter we have prepared a selection with the best content shared in gnoss.com. We also want to have your opinion. So do not miss the questions and discussions with more activity. Enjoy!

    Contents

    Report that presents six new technologies that, according to some surveys, will be widely used in primary schools, secondary schools and university.

    The first International Meeting on ICT and Education will take place in Lisbon on 19th and 20th November 2010.

    Educational video for children that shows the potential security and privacy problems that they might face on the Net. It also has some recommendations for avoiding them.

    Evia is currently working in 17 research lines of application of ICT to the field of Health, Welfare and Social cohesion.

    Traditional relational databases and Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Bases have much in common in that both serve to store and retrieve information. However, the expressivity with which information can be represented and the flexibility with which it can be queried set true Knowledge Bases apart from more traditional data stores.

    Emilio Quintana translated and commented on his blog ‘Sharism: A Mind Revolution’, by Isaac Mao.

    Communication by researches of the Ultrasound Transducer Group’s (Duke University) on their research in relation to the next generation of surgical robots.

    Article on about the opinion of 450 senior directors of Spanish companies on the economy situation during the last three months and expectations for the last semester of 2010.

    The ‘Incyde’ Foundation and the ‘Emprendedores’ Magazine offer a selection of the top 150 articles for entrepreneurs published so far.

    Set of articles and videos published on forbes.com in collaboration with Frog Design where they present their ideas about how future could be in 2020.


    Debates and questions

    If you want to receive more information, you can subscribe to the categories of communities that you are interested in.


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    The gnoss.com Team

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    Publicado el 5.3.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Weekly GNOSS newsletter: enjoy the ‘on line’ Encyclopedia 'on line' of educational materials
     
    Hi gnossonaut,
     
    we want to congratulate you for your work and confidence in the  gnoss.com education project. Open communities like Universidad 2.0, Didactalia, La otra escuela (The other school), Forma and Promete already have 450 members who daily do their bit to build an innovative educational space on the Net. Their passion for Education translates into more than 4,000 resources available to any teacher, teaching professional, parent or student who wants to consult them.
     
    In this newsletter we emphasize the efforts made in Didactalia. This community aims to be the open social web where teachers and Education enthusiasts can share educational materials that they create for their students. There are many educational resources scattered across the Web. Didactalia offers a rich collection of educational contents where one can find materials on dynamic geometry, handwriting workbooks generators, interactive games to learn numbers in French, chemistry experiments... Didactalia is the Encyclopedia of quality educational materials on the Web. Do you want to collaborate?
     
     
    GNOSS guide for… performing a SWOT analysis
    The SWOT is a collective thinking tool that expresses the perception of a group in relation to its resources and future, its Strenghts, Weaknesses, Oportunities and Threatens. It is a strategic tool used in every type of environments. gnoss.com has created a collaborative SWOT service that enables a collective analysis by the members of its communities. The SWOT result unifies the visions of several experts and offers some conclusions based on statistical analysis. Do you want to perform a SWOT analysis?
     
    Did you know that in GNOSS you can...
    create a University 2.0 project?
    In previous newsletters, we have thought about how collaborative environments can define the university of the future, what we call University 2.0. If you are a professor, we propose that you manage your course or a working group from gnoss.com. You can create your class and a knowledge area to assess and work the contents of a subject with your students.
     
    gnoss.com communities become knowledge areas that enable to view and find the documents necessary to give a class and, why not, generate discussion around the topics covered. Work units are shared as resources that can be redone, commented, voted ... In this way, the professor doesn’t have to be sending emails, attachments... He builds and shares knowledge in the community and his students access it, communicate and work together with him. gnoss.com allows that this activity takes place with the privacy you want: communities can be fully public or reach a maximum privacy. And how do you evaluate this work? Through an organization account in gnoss.com which turns into the class to manage the activity and student work. Do you want more information?
     
    Enjoy GNOSS! We innovate with you.
    The GNOSS Team

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