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JIME: An interactive journal for interactive media

Simon Buckingham Shum, Tamara Sumner
2001 First Monday  
Acknowledgements We are indebted to Diana Laurillard of the Open University for original support in developing JIME's vision, the Knowledge Media Institute for hosting it, Mike Wright for developing JIME's  ...  infrastructure and D 3 E-HyperNews, Malcolm Story for developing the D 3 E Publisher's Toolkit, and Gary Li for developing D 3 E-Phorum.  ...  Second, rather than simply reading about interactive media, we wanted to make it possible for readers to directly experience the systems and techniques being described.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v6i2.836 fatcat:5gurnwy3mvffhlbu2uotz5ilrm

JIME Editorial

Martin Weller
2018 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
This can be seen as an intersection between the OER world and many of the lectures capture debates that are currently being conducted in universities worldwide.  ...  The paper by Diego Barreiro and colleagues provides an account of the OpenFING project in Uruguay, which is a digital video library of standard lectures or master classes.  ...  The JIME team would like to thank Tel Amiel, Beatriz de los Arcos, Ismar Frango and Virginia Rodés for acting as editors for this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jime.496 fatcat:cxbehezmirfhvloo32ujrvfyaq

Editorial: JIME Autumn 2013

Martin Weller
2013 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
The first of these is an article by Terumi Miyazoe and Terry Anderson, which provides a much needed theoretical basis for examining OERs and MOOCs.  ...  This edition of JIME sees a varied collection of papers covering a diverse range of topics.  ...  This edition of JIME sees a varied collection of papers covering a diverse range of topics.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2013-07 fatcat:iupvakynuraolixmtiynfm5v2m

JIME Editorial December 2017

Martin Weller, Ann Jones
2018 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
In the second paper to focus on social media, Jordan and Weller (2018) examine its use by academics, utilising an open data set provided by Nature and using analysis of the open text comments.  ...  The first is the possibilities for research that open data affords.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jime.466 fatcat:t7qizb2w2za7lg2675v6736q7q

Editorial: JIME Spring 2013

Martin Weller
2013 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
In this Spring 2013 issue of JIME there are three articles, which are quite different in nature. In addition, there are two book reviews.  ...  of 1 JIME: Editorial: Spring 2013 issue  ...  Approaching curation from a digital literacy perspective, the authors start an important dialogue in addressing this issue.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2013-01 fatcat:3cgiebjz7jf5xpuprdxls43l2m

JIME Editorial: Researching Open Content for Education

Patrick McAndrew, Stephen Godwin, Andreia I. Santos, Alexandra L. P. Okada
2008 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
This special issue of the Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME) builds from selected papers from the OpenLearn2007 conference [1] where researchers were invited to report on their research  ...  Software and tools have emerged as an important element to try to provide an open environment for learners.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2008-1 fatcat:pj36pc4xy5aezla64zdt55pfca

Introduction to JIME special Issue on Open Educational Resources (OER)

Tom Boyle
2010 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
The authors argue strongly for an integrated approach where quality is checked before release of the resources.  ...  The article then discusses the many challenges in setting up an institutional OER initiative. The issue of institutional clarity about the reasons for engaging with OER is raised.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2010-1 fatcat:jwqzhvsdzrfyva76m6gz742rsu

Editorial - JIME OER13 special issue: The potential of openness for engaging communities

Andy Lane, Anna Comas-Quinn, Jackie Carter
2013 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
For this special issue, the editors selected papers from the OER13 conference, held in Nottingham in March 2013.  ...  next paper by Ronald Macintyre evidences the experiences and consequences of a University working on co-developing OER with a third sector organisation and highlights the many issues surrounding such an  ...  Editorial: The potential of openness for engaging communities 3 of 3  ... 
doi:10.5334/2013-14 fatcat:dzz34t66mjguvkf4ywtmqvzo6m

JIME - The Open Learning Initiative: Measuring the Effectiveness of the OLI Statistics Course in Accelerating Student Learning

Marsha Lovett, Oded Meyer, Candace Thille
2008 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
OLI creates web-based courses that are designed so that students can learn effectively without an instructor.  ...  The Open Learning Initiative (OLI) is an open educational resources project at Carnegie Mellon University that began in 2002 with a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.  ...  Figure 4 shows StatTutor after a learner has asked for a hint. Making effective use of media elements Cognitive theory indicates that people's capacity to process information is limited.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2008-14 fatcat:sujuqeyspjd57camoty5jsqdgq

Social Intelligence and Technology

Christopher C. Yang, John Yen, Jiming Liu
2014 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
The big data in healthcare social media has proven to be a timely data source for drug safety signal detection, including adverse drug reactions 19, 20 and drugdrug interaction. 21 In recent years,  ...  Exploiting social media to gain awareness of an incident, how it's impacting society, and what the emerging needs are have become a critical direction for research in effective emergency response. 8 Jie  ...  Murphy A comprehensive, authoritative, and accessible reference for disaster robotics that covers theory, specifi c deployments, and ground, air, and marine modalities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2014.28 fatcat:bpcrtmxjj5dbhaw7ecl2dbtfeq

PEMERIKSAAN MRI PELVIS DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN ULTRASONIC GEL PADA KASUS ENDOMETRIOSIS DI INSTALASI RADIOLOGI MAYAPADA HOSPITAL JAKARTA SELATAN

Legif Leboka Sepra, Siti Masrochah, Bagus Abimanyu
2019 Jurnal Imejing Diagnostik (JImeD)  
Data analysis is done by an interactive model, then the data is presented in the form of the narrative text so that conclusions can be drawn.  ...  Pelvic MRI examination in endometriosis cases does not theoretically use an ultrasonic gel that is inserted into the vagina and rectum, but also for sequences used without using the T1 sequence.  ...  Analisa data dilakukan dengan interactive model, kemudian data disajikan dalam bentuk teks naratif sehingga dapat ditarik kesimpulan.  ... 
doi:10.31983/jimed.v5i2.4474 fatcat:7b4vjh6kq5ajvom6cocwogocba

Toward understanding the optimization of complex systems

Jiming Liu, Yu-Wang Chen
2011 Artificial Intelligence Review  
In response to the increasing demands for solving various optimization problems arisen from complex systems, the paper focuses on the study of a general-purpose distributed/decentralized self-organized  ...  Indirect interactions could only be achieved through the longrange aggregated effects or nonlinear feedback between agents and environments, and the shared environments will serve as the media for indirect  ...  Usually, different complex systems have different types of direct and indirect interactions. For the sake of explanation, here we take the Ising computing model as an example.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10462-011-9256-4 fatcat:kkb2rz6jljcj3mt3o5xsjjnuxy

Systems thinking in combating infectious diseases

Shang Xia, Xiao-Nong Zhou, Jiming Liu
2017 Infectious Diseases of Poverty  
These factors interact with each other and demonstrate the intrinsic mechanisms of the disease transmission temporally, spatially, and socially.  ...  In this article, we provide a comprehensive perspective, named as systems thinking, for investigating disease dynamics and associated impact factors, by means of emphasizing the entirety of a system's  ...  Bo Yang of Jilin University for their excellent comments and suggestions. Funding This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 81502858 and No. 81273192).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40249-017-0339-6 pmid:28893320 pmcid:PMC5594605 fatcat:7tvvqureofazxjwhxowbyao7za

The relative importance of competition to contagion: evidence from the digital currency market

Peng Xie, Jiming Wu, Hongwei Du
2019 Financial Innovation  
Lastly, we identified eight distinct information categories from a social media platform of the industry leader and compared the influence of the eight information categories on the industry leader's competitors  ...  How does the valuation change of an industry leader influence its competitors? Does it induce a competitive effect or a contagion effect? What are the driving forces of such influences?  ...  and quadratic interaction terms in the model and conventional media, the social media has the shortest "wear-in" time (Luo et al. 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40854-019-0156-y fatcat:beenwbb6snf2dnhnlkyy3c27py

A Computational Approach to Characterizing the Impact of Social Influence on Individuals' Vaccination Decision Making

Shang Xia, Jiming Liu, Michiel van Boven
2013 PLoS ONE  
We apply social impact theory (SIT) to characterize the impact of social influence with respect to individuals interaction relationships.  ...  In this respect, our work can provide a means for modeling the impact of social influence as well as for estimating the effectiveness of a voluntary vaccination program.  ...  For the future work, it is possible to extend the current model by incorporating the effects of public media, e.g., by adding a super node that interacts with a large portion of nodes. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060373 pmid:23585835 pmcid:PMC3621873 fatcat:dqrw7sea2bhwzduwgkqnu3gcze
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