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    Publicado el 21.1.2011 por Equipo GNOSS

    Hi gnossonaut!

    The holidays are over, but before they began, many people believed that in fact the party had already finished. We have many days ahead of us to work in 2011. On gnoss.com, we count on you.

    CONTENT SELECTION

    ‘New trends in data analysis and visualization on the web’ is the presentation at CERN byJavier de la Torre and Saleiva.

    From the semantic web to the giant global graph, by Tim Berners Lee.

    To think about the evolution of ‘technological’devices at the service of learning.  It is an interactive time line published onThe New York Times Magazine.

    Report of the Ministry of Industry updated in January 2011.

    Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize winner, discusses and compares the historical evolution of U.S. and Europe in the formation of a single currency.

    OPINION


    VIDEOTUTORIALS


    EVENTS

    If you want to know what papers, talks, seminars... in which gnoss.com is involved, we invite you to see our events section.


    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 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.


    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

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    Publicado el 2.7.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Weekly gnoss.com newsletter: GNOSS University 2.0

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Education is one of the topics we are more concerned about, since we are a social network and internet users who believe in Web 2.0 as a tool to improve and accelerate learning. From gnoss.com, we have promoted communities like Didactalia, Forma or La otra escuela (The other school) where you can find all kinds of educational material and content about training and innovation in teaching. Those are our proposals but we’d love to have new ideas and educational communities in gnoss.com. We’ll listen to you ;-)


    GNOSS University 2.0

    In this newsletter we are presenting you the results of the GNOSS 2.0 University initiative, which we have carried out this year with a pilot experience in the Faculty of Economics at the Universidad Complutense of Madrid.
    GNOSS University 2.0 is a higher education approach aimed at improving, enriching and accelerating student learning in college thanks to the possibilities of social networks. It’s not about traditional e-learning, which paradigm is Moodle, which too often has used internet as an educational space to do the same than in the classroom but with other media. If you are interested in the proposal and want more information about it, we invite you to read how and why GNOSS University 2.0 was born.


    Students’ and professors’ opinion

    Participation, knowledge management, flexibility... These are the advantages of GNOSS University 2.0 outlined by some of the 400 students who have studied from gnoss.com communities this year. We don’t tell you about it, students do it themselves. You can see them on our YouTube channel. Encouraged by the success of the experience, we want to extend the GNOSS University 2.0 project to other colleges and universities. Can we count on you? If you’re interested in creating your gnoss.com class, we’ll help you.
    You needn’t wait. If you wish, you already can work in the GNOSS University 2.0 space. We suggest this video tutorial to create your own class and subject. What if you are a student? If you are having fun in social networks like Tuenti or Facebook... why don’t you enjoy the classes in gnoss.com? Tell your professor ;-)

    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

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    Publicado el 25.6.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Weekly gnoss.com newsletter: extension for the Open Data competition

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Last weekend we launched the GNOSS Open Data Competition in Riojaparty. During the event, we receive many requests for information on how to participate and for guidance about the requirements to compete. In response to questions, comments and suggestions, we have decided to extend the contest. We will publish a more extensive call with specific challenges in the coming weeks. We’ll give you all the information about it on the GNOSSLife.


    GNOSS guide for… social networks from GNOSS

    If you want, gnoss.com may be the panel to organize your digital identity on the Net. We want to make the work easier for you, that’s why we’re adapting to your interests. gnoss.com lets you share the resources you choose with the most important social networks. We’ll tell you how.  


    Did you know that in GNOSS you can…
    work your university subjects within a community?

    You know that in gnoss.com we are committed to improve and accelerate learning through the logic of networks. Last September, we launched a proposal to implement the communities and gnoss.com identities in teaching courses on college campuses. A group of professors from the Faculty of Economics of Universidad Complutense de Madrid has put the experience into practice with very good results. Do you want to know how they have lived it?

    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

    The gnoss.com Team

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    Publicado el 23.4.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Weekly gnoss.com newsletter: personal users and organizations

     
    Hi gnossonaut!
    In gnoss.com you have the option to register as an individual user or as an organization. In turn, an organization invites users to join its group. In our next release you will see new features that will make your work easier: 
    • Visibility: an organization decides which of its members are visible in the organization profile. In addition, its members have the option to edit the biography that will appear when representing their organization.
    • Comments: members of an organization can comment the contents in user’s personal profiles and the blogs posts of gnoss.com. The organization manager will decide which people have these permissions.
     
    GNOSS guide for... professors
    Previously we have told you about the experience University 2.0 that we are developing with the effort and dedication showed by a group of students and professors of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. To find out what gnoss.com offers in campus, we invite you to follow the guides for professors and researchers.
     
    Did you know that in GNOSS you can…
    introduce yourself with a personal biography or a professional CV?
    We like to be told human stories. Your work, your life or your experiences are short stories that serve to introduce yourself and become part of a group. We talk about telling who is who through storytelling. Now, gnoss.com offers two ways to show your identity. On the one hand, you can write your biography with a compelling story about who you are, where you work or what your aspirations in life are.
     
    Also, apart from your biographies with your personal style, gnoss.com gives you new possibilities to generate all the CVs you want. When you write your CV, gnoss.com gives you the option to generate a pdf file to print or send through internet. Remember, in gnos.com you can write your biographies gnoss.com (‘Short bio’) and your professional resumes (‘Your CV’).
     
    You can follow us in real time on @equipognoss and discover our news in ‘Noticias’ and GNOSSLife blog.
     
    Enjoy gnoss.com! We innovate with you.

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    Publicado el 25.3.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

     

    Weekly GNOSS newsletter: did you know that we work with linked data?
     
    Hi gnossonaut,
    students who participate, teachers who innovate and teamwork. These are some of the concepts that the ‘Campus’ supplement of ‘El Mundo’ emphasizes in an article that reflects on how the ways of teaching on college campuses are changing. The article explains the gnoss.com experience of Juan de Castro, professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The University 2.0 project serves “for managing knowledge and bring up the subjects side by side with students, that is, as part of a team”, according to the newspaper. Do you want more information about the project?
    For now, the students take this new way of learning to improve their classes and start interesting conversations about their future. This is the particular case of employment contracts: the students are giving their opinion about it on the blog of the University 2.0 UCM project. What are you waiting for? They want to know what you think and talk with you. ;-)
     
    GNOSS guide for... open government
    Administrations have changed the way they interact with people thanks to the conversation environments that the Web offers. Governments are open to the citizens to listen, share and create ideas in a collaborative and continuous exchange context. gnoss.com offers tools to promote and further develop this relational change.
     
    Did you know that in GNOSS you can...
    share your contents wherever you want?
    You are working in gnoss.com. You have found a good resource in a community directed to innovation. You think that content is relevant not only to the Innova community, but also interesting to gnossonauts conversing in Convergencia Tecnológica NBIC (NBIC Converging Technologies). What can you do to make this resource available in so many communities as you consider appropriate? Something as simple as ‘Share’. This option allows you to bring the data to gnoss.com communities you’re a member of. But you can still go further. The gnoss.com data are expressed in RDF files (you can access them from an icon on the upper right corner) which let you take those data to other networks or platforms. What does all that mean? Something that Tim Berners-Lee called ‘linked data web’ or ‘linked data’, because gnoss.com is linked data web.

     

     

    Enjoy GNOSS! We innovate with you.
    The GNOSS 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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    Publicado el 12.2.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Weekly GNOSS newsletter: build and share knowledge in class
     
    Hi gnossonaut,
    last week we raised a discussion. We wanted you to think about how collaborative environments can define the university of the future, what in the digital ‘agora’ is known as University 2.0. But ..., let’s go further. If you are a teacher or a professor, we propose that you manage the knowledge of a subject or a working group from gnoss.com. You can build a community with the contents of your subject.
     
    gnoss.com communities make possible a document management that makes visible and traceable the necessary documents to give a class and why not, to generate debate 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 with him. gnoss.com enables that this activity takes place with the privacy you want: communities can be fully public or have their maximum privacy as ‘private rooms’.
     
    In turn, a gnoss.com community is a space that enables collaborative management of work for a subject, either individually or collectively. It offers great possibilities in the creation of documents: a group of students can write a paper and evolve it in the same space with corrections or new contributions. gnoss.com will show the history and ensures that no document or later versions are lost. This same concept can be applied to the research groups of a university.
     
    We’ll keep on talking about University 2.0 ;-)
     
     
    GNOSS guide for… researchers
    gnoss.com is synonymous with collaboration. In a foundation, a university or a private company, the opportunities for interaction among users and communities in gnoss.com allow advanced management of resources and projects. Always with the privacy that gnoss.com enables.
     
     
    Did you know that in GNOSS you can...
    write as many biographies as you want?
    gnoss.com users have a lot of work ;-) The network possibilities for the development of the gnossonauts digital identity are an advantage to those who want to be in the right place at the right time. Because gnoss.com allows you to write as many biographies as you want: one for your work, another one for your specialty, another one in a different language ... From gnoss.com we invite you to consider the advantages of writing your bio (or bios). It will be your ‘business card’ in communities and wherever you go on the Web. Do you want to work your identity? You can start doing so from the link ‘My Profile’ from the dropdown menu. There you’ll find a bar with the ‘Editor of Biographies’. In future newsletters we’ll tell you some tips and examples that can interest you.
     
    Oh! before saying goodbye, this week we recommend to read Atareq and Teclado Móvil. You’ll like them.
      
    Enjoy GNOSS! We innovate with you.
     

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