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From Doing Digital to Being Digital

Donna Murdoch, Rachel Fichter
2017 International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology  
camid=4v1a  ...  Moreover, according to the strategy consulting firm McKinsey, when it comes to digitization, "You ain't seen nothing yet" (Bughin, 2017).  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijavet.2017100102 fatcat:drwlqsrw45hwpi6sq7rbkysbua


Mircea GEORGESCU, Ioana Andreea BOGOSLOV
2017 Journal of Public Administration, Finance and Law  
The revolutionary breakthroughs in digital technology have deeply changed the traditional educational practice, facilitating the use of modern teaching, learning and evaluation tools.  ...  The aim of this paper is to analyse current information with respect to the usage of technologies in education and to answer three main questions, such as (a) What are the contemporary demands for learners  ...  practice from "looking digital" to "being digital" -or what we call the "digital difference".  ... 
doaj:3643be2a6aea46708c827170cf821c05 fatcat:iu2xqxcro5glll4vnl5gvkst4y

Oblivion: The Right to be Different … from Oneself: Re-Proposing the Right to be Forgotten [chapter]

Norberto Nuno Gomes de Andrade
2014 The Ethics of Memory in a Digital Age  
As a branch of the right to identity, the right to be forgotten is presented as the right to be different, not from others but from oneself, i.e. from the one(s) we were before.  ...  Through this identity-oriented conceptualization, I claim that the right to be forgotten should also be applied to user-generated content and information processed for personal purposes, overriding the  ...  Norberto Nuno Gomes de Andrade Título original: Oblivion: The Right to Be Different … from Oneself.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137428455_5 fatcat:ducbrogqcfd6re23yuiiw2mjyq

Access to Digital Platforms: Can 'Mobile' Network Coverage Reports be Relied Upon? Observations from Rural Zambia and Zimbabwe [article]

Gertjan van Stam
2021 arXiv   pre-print
It argues for the need to invest in contextual research and development, also to gain a comprehensive understanding of how to access digital platforms in and from Africa.  ...  As access to digital platforms in Africa is mostly through 'mobile' networks, this paper addresses the mismatch of universalised reports on 'mobile' access and the experiences from digital health practice  ...  The pursuit of the 4 th industrial revolution could be working against the need to solve the frustrating lack of basic access to digital platforms.  ... 
arXiv:2108.10086v1 fatcat:plaxjmwqlffxfabm5jl32z5g3i

From Culture to Smart Culture. How Digital Transformations Enhance Citizens' Well-Being through Better Cultural Accessibility and Inclusion

Mina Fanea-Ivanovici, Marius-Cristian Pana
2020 IEEE Access  
It is to be expected that cultural NGOs benefit from private financing and use it for achieving cultural heritage digitization to a higher extent in wealthier countries.  ...  According to Calimera Guidelines, digitization can be achieved: 1) by transposing a document from traditional into digital format, and 2) by organizing digitized documents included in databases, systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2975542 fatcat:7cqemkm5vzebrht6crautwtaty

Cost differences between digital tomosynthesis and standard digital mammography in a breast cancer screening programme: results from the To-Be trial in Norway

Tron Anders Moger, Jayson O. Swanson, Åsne Sørlien Holen, Berit Hanestad, Solveig Hofvind
2019 European Journal of Health Economics  
A randomised controlled trial comparing the results from digital breast tomosynthesis including synthetic mammograms (DBT) vs.  ...  Several studies in Europe and the US have shown promising results favouring digital breast tomosynthesis compared to standard digital mammography (DM).  ...  The cost effectiveness will be modelled when estimates of the interval cancer rates and cancers detected in subsequent rounds are available from the To-Be trial.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10198-019-01094-7 pmid:31399773 pmcid:PMC6803617 fatcat:cpf62slfj5envmm4bsjim2l4wu

Adding access to a video magnifier to standard vision rehabilitation: initial results on reading performance and well-being from a prospective, randomized study

M Jackson
2017 Digital Journal of Ophthalmology  
From enrollment to 1 month all subjects improved in their ability to spot read (phone number and check; P < 0.01 for both).  ...  Conclusions-All subjects reported better well-being on the IVI. The VM group read faster and was better at two spot reading tasks but did not differ from the VR group in other outcome measures.  ...  Digital Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 23 Digital Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 23 Digital Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 23 Digital Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 23 Digital Journal of Ophthalmology  ... 
doi:10.5693/djo.01.2017.02.001 pmid:28924412 pmcid:PMC5596951 fatcat:lpebhf6vlfewxprge2nya2l2ae

Should Digital Contact Tracing Technologies be used to Control COVID-19? Perspectives from an Australian Public Deliberation

Chris Degeling, Julie Hall, Jane Johnson, Roba Abbas, Shopna Bag, Gwendolyn L. Gilbert
2021 Health Care Analysis  
However, digital contact tracing systems raise concerns about data security, system effectiveness, and their potential to normalise privacy-invasive surveillance technologies.  ...  But low case numbers and cautionary public discourses can make trustworthiness difficult to establish because some will only do so when it can be demonstrated that the benefits justify the costs to individuals  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Paul McBride from the Digital Transformation Agency, Commonwealth Department of Health, for his many contributions to this project and Jackie Street for her assistance in compiling  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10728-021-00441-1 pmid:34697720 pmcid:PMC8545621 fatcat:6yh6lkkjkvg5jf4vbdsni6sacy

A randomized controlled trial of digital breast tomosynthesis versus digital mammography in population-based screening in Bergen: interim analysis of performance indicators from the To-Be trial

Hildegunn S. Aase, Åsne S Holen, Kristin Pedersen, Nehmat Houssami, Ingfrid S. Haldorsen, Sofie Sebuødegård, Berit Hanestad, Solveig Hofvind
2018 European Radiology  
Objectives To describe a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of digital breast tomosynthesis including synthesized twodimensional mammograms (DBT) versus digital mammography (DM) in a population-based screening  ...  Digital breast tomosynthesis .  ...  Nehmat Houssami is funded by a Breast Cancer Research Leadership Fellowship from the National Breast Cancer Foundation (Australia).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00330-018-5690-x pmid:30159620 fatcat:khcethfqp5emnmdixos6ag5ifa

Winning approval to implement DAM and Marketing Workflow Management from the CFO and CEO without being thrown out on your b…

Guy R Powell
2007 Journal of Digital Asset Management  
They can continue operating the way they have in the past or they can being to look at systematizing their infrastructure through mature technologies, such as Digital Asset Management (DAM) and Marketing  ...  This paper provides a framework with which to evaluate the potential ROI of a DAM / MOM system which can then be used as justifi cation with the CEO and CFO.  ...  Even worse, how can we put up with the comment from David Packard, stating that " marketing is too important to be left up to the marketing department?  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.dam.3650090 fatcat:torvwgvigbbflai6aaenlymg7m

Speculative Social Science Fiction of Digitalization in Higher Education: From What Is to What Could Be

Juha Suoranta, Marko Teräs, Hanna Teräs, Petar Jandrić, Susan Ledger, Felicitas Macgilchrist, Paul Prinsloo
2021 Postdigital Science and Education  
Digitalization and datafication are reshaping roles and practices in higher education.  ...  We need to switch from 'what is' to 'what is not yet', but what could be.  ...  We can draw from the past and use new technologies to design learning activities that prepare students for digital futures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-021-00260-6 fatcat:tadznsugmrg5zdc5dxgtwtudou

When Data is said to be the New Oil of the Digital Economy it is not Strange to see that Even Santa Claus is benefitting from its value [chapter]

Lara Smidt
2020 Santa Claus: Law, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Decolonisation and Covid-19  
When data is said to be the new oil of the digital economy it is not strange to see that even Santa Clause is benefitting from its value.  ...  What is more, POPIA requires data to be collected directly from data subjects, i.e. children.  ... 
doi:10.18820/9781928314837/16 fatcat:l5etnpgs7jgy5fjqmvjl3c5ihq

Do You Want Your Students to Be Job-Ready with 21st Century Skills? Change Pedagogies: A Pedagogical Paradigm Shift from Vygotskyian Social Constructivism to Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Siemens' Digital Connectivism

Charles Kivunja
2014 International Journal of Higher Education  
Fourth, what is essential for them to learn so that they will be job-ready when they graduate from school, college or university?  ...  As Michael Fullan (2001) so cogently asserts, the moral purpose of education is to equip students with the skills that will enable them to be productive citizens when they finish school.  ...  They recommend that to skill our students in the domain of digital literacy skills, we should teach them how to analyse media and how to interpret messages and how to apply a fundamental understanding  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v3n3p81 fatcat:ubq6oq7ytrfd7lr46xz7lz5irq

The effect of 'virtual presence' in Belgium on the duty to cooperate with criminal investigations: some prudence may be required when confronted with a request from a Belgian public prosecutor

Johan Vandendriessche
2014 Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review  
s obligation to cooperate with and disclose personal data to the public prosecutor pursuant to a direct request based on provisions of the Belgian Code of Criminal Procedure.  ...  To some extent, in doing so, the public prosecutor is bypassing the application of the mechanisms that are provided in the Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters.  ...  Inc. was sentenced to a fine of 55.000 euros. Yahoo! Inc. It can be inferred from this procedural history that the stakes of this legal dispute are high.  ... 
doi:10.14296/deeslr.v8i0.1973 fatcat:zbjq2ifovve75bzwd26lzxosre

How to build better participative digital libraries and their user communities – Insights from the user study of the Facebook heritage group "Zagreb kakav je bio nekada" (Zagreb as it used to be)

Mirko Duić
2017 Libellarium: Journal for the Research of Writing, Books, and Cultural Heritage Institutions  
Based on the findings from this research, we have made recommendations to the creators of digital libraries which could help them plan and build better participative digital libraries and their user communities  ...  We hope that the insights obtained by this research as well as the novel methodological approach used in this study will be valuable as a foundation for further research.  ...  Insights from these analyses could be used to identify useful interface functionalities and to learn how to build, maintain and enhance the community of users of the participative digital libraries.  ... 
doi:10.15291/libellarium.v9i2.261 fatcat:cubmgdqfb5b2njfjy5ptpbtffa
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