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    Compartido el 22.10.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Data Journalism and Visualization (Open Knowledge Foundation)

    Selección de vídeos del OK Festival (Open Knowledge Foundation) en el que se incide en las posibilidades de los datos y la web semántica en el trabajo del periodista:

    "The Data Journalism and Data Visualization stream combines two closely-related disciplines for hands-on practical sessions, discussions, demonstrations and debates. The stream will kick off on Monday with two satellite events, Visualizing Knowledge and Hacks/Hackers Helsinki. During the festival itself, join us to learn how to make data pretty, with tools demos and a session on using APIs for journalists. Join the debates on how to bring data journalism in the newsroom and make open data mainstream, and on how to use it to track powerful influence groups in the media. Our week ends with a Hackday co-organized with Helsingin Sanomat, pioneers of combining Open Data and Journalism in Finland. Whether you are a Hack, a Hacker or an interested bystander, we’ll make you into a data journalist – join us!"


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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
    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."