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    Published on 19.8.2015 by Equipo GNOSS

    AUGMENTING HUMAN INTELLECT : A Conceptual Framework. October 1962. By D. C. Engelbart

    En lo que se refiere al análisis de la interacción hombre-ordenador, este puede ser sin lugar a dudas el texto más importante escrito, el texto del que parte toda la reflexión posterior. El texto que posteriormente se concretaría en "la madre de todas las demostraciones".

    Algo que en 2015 nos parece tan usual como teclear en un ordenador, utilizar el ratón para movernos por el "escritorio" de nuestro PC, mandar un mail y otras actividades que suponen buena parte de las rutinas que actualmente cualquier "trabajador del conocimiento" realiza, fueron mostradas por primera vez en dicha conferencia.

    Y todavía hoy algunos de los anclajes básicos en los que nos movemos al actuar con el ordenador, como el paradigma del papel o la metáfora del escritorio siguen vigentes.

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    Published on 25.7.2013 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    International Semantic Web Conference 2013

    ISWC 2013 is the premier international forum for the Semantic Web / Linked Data Community. The ISWC Workshops will be held on the 21st and 22nd of October in the Sydney Masonic Centre. The main conference will be held from the 23rd to the 25th of October in the Sydney Convention Centre.

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    Published on 6.8.2012 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    Ensemble Project:  Semantic Technologies for the Enhancement of Case Based Learning

     

    The Ensemble Project

    “Ensemble: Semantic Technologies for the Enhancement of Case Based Learning” project is one of eight projects currently funded under the joint ESRC and EPSRC Technology Enhanced Learning Programme, which is part of the broader Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP). This research and development project will commence work in October 2008 and will run for three years.

    The project has explored the potential of emerging Semantic Web and Linked Data technologies to support teaching in complex, controversial and rapidly-evolving fields where case based learning is the pedagogical approach of choice. This involved working with teachers and students in undergraduate and postgraduate courses to explore both the nature and role of the cases around which learning is focused, and the part that emerging Semantic Web technologies and approaches can play in supporting this learning.

    From the outset, it was recognised that teaching and learning environments are complex and evolving, and that participants in these environment may have multiple identities – as teachers, learners, researchers and workers. The learning technologies they use need to be robust yet flexible enough to support teachers and learners as they grapple with complex situations and develop creative solutions

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