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    Compartido el 28.7.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    En el mundo 2.0 que estamos construyendo gracias a la tecnología aparentemente se impone una adoración acrítica a la colaboración. Ciertamente puede producir grandes resultados, pero no siempre. Oliver Marks discute en esta columna el artículo  del Profesor Morten T. Hansen, del INSEAD When Internal Collaboration Is Bad for Your Company publicada por la Harvard Business Review en abril de 2009.

    "Morten T. Hansen discusses the political realities of cross unit collaboration very eloquently: ‘Collaboration can deliver tremendous benefits (innovative offerings, new sales). But it can also backfire if its costs (including delays stemming from turf battles) prove larger than you expected..."

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    Publicado el 21.1.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Knowledge Media Institute | The Open University

    Página Web del Knowledge Media Institute, dónde presentan proyectos, tecnologías y publicaciones realizados en varios ámbitos: Ciencias del Conocimiento y Aprendizaje, Inteligencia Artificial y Tecnologías Semánticas, y Multimedia. Todos estos conceptos convergentes los agrupan en uno: Knowledge Media.

    Según su página Web: 

    "The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) was set up in 1995 in recognition of the need for the Open University to be at the forefront of research and development in a convergence of areas that impacted on the OU's very nature: Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Technologies, and Multimedia. We chose to call this convergence Knowledge Media.

    Knowledge Media is about the processes of generating, understanding and sharing knowledge using several different media, as well as understanding how the use of different media shape these processes. KMi operates with reference to a number of basic tenets, which define the context in which we formulate and pursue our research objectives:

    Strategic Threads

    Our research is aligned with a number of broad strategic threads, currently Future InternetKnowledge ManagementMultimedia & Information SystemsNarrative HypermediaNew Media SystemsSemantic Web & Knowledge Services and Social Software
    Learning
    In keeping with a lifelong learning perspective, our research agenda takes a broad definition of learning, embracing distance learning, learning in the classroom, and learning in the workplace."

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    Compartido el 8.10.2009 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Semantic Web Company es una empresa fundada por Andreas Blumauer que presta servicios de consultoría para la construcción de la web semántica en las organizaciones. Ofrece servicios específicos en el campo de los campos de las ciencias de la vida, la medicina y los cuidades médicos. Trabaja en el campo de la formación, impartiendo seminarios y cursos de formación. En la web pueden encontrarse las últimas noticias sobre la web semántica y sobre el movimiento Linked Open Data, un repositorio de documentos y referencias bibliográficas sobre la misma, así como referencias a los principales eventos que vayan a celebrarse sobre el tema (si bien ésto ultimo muy centrado en lo que sucede en centroeuropa). La página está muy trabajada y actualizada. Útil para aquellos que quieren estar al día sobre el desarrollo y evolución de la web semántica.


     

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    Compartido el 29.9.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    Semantic Web Company

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    The Semantic Web Company (SWC), based in Vienna, provides companies, institutions and organizations with professional services related to the Semantic Web, semantic technologies and Social Software. Their Services cover six business segments:

    • School: practice-oriented courses, inhouse trainings, open seminars and tool workshops. All courses are modularized; the components of, for instance, the 12 day 'web expert' course can also be booked separately.
    • Consulting: IT-consulting & strategy, e.g. ontology engineering, technology and usability consulting, software evaluation, feasibility studies and impact assessment, strategies for data integration.
    • Projects: commercial projects: support during design phase, implementation and software development as well as with roll-out and change management. Research projects: in particular contribution to use-cases and dissemination activities.
    • Events: organisation of events, conferences, trade shows, fairs and colloquiums; Assistance with finding events & media partners, consulting for target-group specific event marketing, website development and organisation on the spot.
    • Media: editing of books, text books and volumes (e.g. at Springer, Trauner, OCG Verlag); production of course materials, studies and reports; information about current technological developments on the web, via the web.
    • Solutions: together with partners from industry and academia we help to find the right solutions, drawing on a compilationof the best software tools, services and information sources for every aspect of the Semantic Web.


     

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