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    Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    gnoss.com newsletter: 13rd september week

    Hi gnossonaut!

    We are close to 5,000 users in gnoss.com. All together we are building this knowledge space where you can find articles and documents related to subjects such as innovation, education or the Web, among other topics. In this newsletter you will find a selection of the best content shared this week. Perhaps in the next newsletter, your content may appear in this selection. How? Shall you make a proposal? ;-)


    Contents

    In this article published in 'Goverment Computer News', IDC Shawn McCarthy proposed the 10 things that we will emerge on the web in the next 10 years according to his opinion.

    Juan Varela discusses the redesign of Twitter: “It wants to become the platform to solve the content management in the era of abundance through the social flow.”

    Article by Bernard Lunn on the blog ‘semanticweb.com’. He emphasizes that Facebook supports working with standards and, in particular, RDFa.

    Last week the University 2.0 meeting had place at the International  University Menéndez Pelayo. You can see every talk in this summary.

    Web site of the project ‘2020 Forecast: Creating the Future of Learning’ promoted by The KnowledgeWorks Foundation. Its aim is to explore a set of dimensions that they think that are transforming our world and how we can shape the future of learning to adapt to these changes.

    Beautiful speech at the Hollingworth Conference for Highly Gifted given many years ago. It presents gifted children using the metaphor of the cheetah, a feline that is different and unique in its kind.

    I have read in Time magazine an interesting article by Zachary Karabell entitled ‘The two jobs reports’ (playing with the name of the Apple founder Steve Jobs)

    Amalio A. Rey analyzes “endless opportunities available to innovate in the intersection of disciplines and markets”.

    The global economic crisis: systemic failures and multilateral solutions. Working Group Report of the UNCTAD secretariat on systemic issues and economic cooperation.

    Good journalism can be invaluable but if a philanthropic organization puts a price on it, does it guarantee its future? Organizations that work in the nonprofit journalism are generating increasing attention in the analysis of viable models for the press.

     

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    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 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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