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Social media resources for participative design research

Fatema Qaed, Jo Briggs, Gilbert Cockton
2016 Proceedings of the 14th Participatory Design Conference on Short Papers, Interactive Exhibitions, Workshops - PDC '16  
Based on our experiences, we provide recommendations on informed worthwhile use of social media to enrich PD research by increasing diversity, recursivity and timely access to insights, informants, inspirations  ...  Social media were used to source and share comments, photographs and video documentation, supporting participation in design research.  ...  Social Media Platforms for Evaluation Using social media as a resource to work across national contexts overcame unforeseen challenges encountered during research in the UK and Bahrain due to limited access  ... 
doi:10.1145/2948076.2948081 dblp:conf/pdc/QaedBC16 fatcat:nq2ib7tujbfw3cuh74cbhpfo4q

The Public Manager 2.0: Preparing the Social Media Generation for a Networked Workplace

Ines Mergel
2012 Journal of Public Affairs Education  
Each course element is discussed, including its learning objectives, related student activities, outcomes, and evaluation elements The article concludes with recommendations for faculty who plan to teach  ...  This course sets out to build competencies and skills to create an increased awareness and knowledge about the effective use of social media technologies for informal learning among government practitioners  ...  The existing methods and instruments out of the e-government era no longer support the use of social media and tasks, and resources have to be changed to address these challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15236803.2012.12001695 fatcat:s4xl5jd4m5btbdj32glxdytpfm

Integrating Academic and Everyday Learning Through Technology: Issues and Challenges for Researchers, Policy Makers and Practitioners

Cathy Lewin, Kwok-Wing Lai, Hans van Bergen, Amina Charania, Jean Gabin Ntebutse, Barry Quinn, Roger Sherman, David Smith
2018 Technology, Knowledge and Learning  
We argue that for the learner, integration of formal and informal learning attributes should be an empowering process, enabling the learner to be self-directed, creative and innovative, taking learning  ...  We then discuss in depth the challenges and issues of this approach to supporting learning from the perspective of pedagogy, research, policy and technology.  ...  such as social media use or the pursuit of personal interests.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10758-018-9381-0 fatcat:qi7onc3d7vgq7dd5t6kflhqsse

An integrative review of Web 3.0 in academic libraries

B. Preedip Balaji, Vinay M.S., Shalini B.G., Mohan Raju J.S.
2018 Library Hi Tech News  
Findings -A review of literature reveals that Web 3. needs evaluation as to what extent they are integrated, deployed and mainstreamed into library services and in information management practices.  ...  To this end, a sample of (n= 140) studies were analyzed to characterize the Web 3.0 trends and its applications based on theme, years and document types.  ...  Social Media Social media has become an important force to use for maximizing the usage of library resources and for information marketing, facilitating user participation and user-generated content and  ... 
doi:10.1108/lhtn-12-2017-0092 fatcat:mwyntca6xffqpghsu76upp6iti

Where the Water Takes You: Unlocking Place-based Meanings through Inquiry at the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C

2017 Open Rivers  
Thanks also to PEER Associates for helping us to evaluate 500 pages of comments collected through the NPS Planning, Environment and Public Comment site (PEPC) and listening sessions with staff and other  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to all who contributed to the strategic planning process, including the National Park System Advisory Board Education Committee under the leadership of Dr. Milton Chen.  ...  Action 1B-4 Make best use of social media and technology to support active learning of diverse audiences.  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.3023 fatcat:bjscwd7nnjetbappyyqtqw72l4

Distances and diversity

Gerhard Fischer
2005 Proceedings of the 5th conference on Creativity & cognition - C&C '05  
Distances (across spatial, temporal, and technological dimensions) and diversity (bringing stakeholders together from different cultures) are important sources for social creativity.  ...  Although creative individuals are often thought of as working in isolation, the role of interaction and collaboration with other individuals is critical to creativity.  ...  The research was supported by (1) the National Science Foundation, grants (a) REC-0106976 "Social Creativity and Meta-Design in Lifelong Learning Communities," and (b) CCR-0204277 "A Social-Technical Approach  ... 
doi:10.1145/1056224.1056243 dblp:conf/candc/Fischer05 fatcat:pdwamtteofdjph5dd7tucfeuru

Dimensions of Information Literacy and the Expectations from Librarians in Diverse Environments in Nigeria

Dr. R.O. Attama, Kingsley Nwadiuto Igwe
2015 International Journal of Learning and Development  
The paper concluded that librarians should arise to the task of IL delivery to users, and therefore recommended, among others, that practising librarians should articulate and make case for IL programmes  ...  It examined the emergence of IL and its conceptualisation, and also discussed various dimensions of IL from academic, agricultural, business, media, political and legal perspectives.  ...  The concept extends beyond communication and information technologies to encompass learning, critical thinking, and interpretative skills across and beyond professional and educational boundaries.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijld.v5i2.7608 fatcat:2ll2wzq5afespkexkragrm3s5u

Automatic and manual processes in end-user multimedia authoring tools

Rodrigo Laiola Guimarães
2010 Proceedings of the international conference on Multimedia - MM '10  
This thesis aims to analyze, model, and develop a framework for next-generation multimedia authoring tools targeted to end-users.  ...  restricted) social groups.  ...  In this study I intend to capture users expectations, learning experience and evaluation via focus groups, questionnaires and individual interviews.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1873951.1874327 dblp:conf/mm/Guimaraes10 fatcat:4jnhzxwxsvanzioweujvja5bem

Social media and education: reconceptualizing the boundaries of formal and informal learning [chapter]

Christine Greenhow, Cathy Lewin
2019 Social Media and Education  
It is argued that social media has the potential to bridge formal and informal learning through participatory digital cultures.  ...  We propose a model theorising social media as a space for learning with varying attributes of formality and informality.  ...  It can empower learners through greater agency, opportunities to participate in networked communities and access to a wide range of resources to support knowledge building and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315121697-1 fatcat:j6yx6gmo5vcgvbumdn6hmsqr5e

Technology and Learning Societies in the New Millennium (Indian Context): Content, Practice and Management [chapter]

M. P. Thapliyal, K. Subramnian
2002 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The paper describes how Information Technology (with reference to Indian Context) can be harnessed for re-skilling and re-training of the existing work force to make them more productive and use the technology  ...  and creativity for better product design with reduced design life cycle.  ...  The entertainment and media industry has to play a greater role in empowering the society.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35609-9_21 fatcat:pq3oc3ixvfgarmbgpxcvj3rws4

How the field of infectious diseases can leverage digital strategy and social media use during a pandemic

Jasmine R Marcelin, Nicolas Cortés-Penfield, Carlos del Rio, Angel Desai, Ignacio Echenique, Bruno Granwehr, Folake Lawal, Kevin Kuriakose, Dong Heun Lee, Maricar Malinis, Diandra Ruidera, Javeed Siddiqui (+2 others)
2021 Open Forum Infectious Diseases  
Here we review how social media can be used for rapid dissemination of quality information, benefits and pitfalls of social media use, and general recommendations for developing a digital strategy as an  ...  We conclude in providing guidance to infectious diseases specialists in aiming to build and preserve public trust, consider their audience and specific goals, and use social media to highlight the value  ...  This practice, known as "lurking", can be useful for a social media neophyte in learning the initial value of social media, learning online etiquette and best practices for creating and communicating content  ... 
doi:10.1093/ofid/ofab027 pmid:33634204 pmcid:PMC7896640 fatcat:vr2uyrdk55df5ag4rpy6dpbmmu

Social learning: A knowledge and capacity building approach for adaptive co-management of contested landscapes

Andrea J. Leys, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Land Use Policy  
Our example of land-use change to hardwood plantation forestry in sub-tropical Australia illustrates an innovative implementation framework for a social learning process that helped build knowledge and  ...  There is increasing recognition in the field of natural resource management that transformative adaptation to climate and policy change requires cross industry learning and cooperation at the landscape  ...  Suggestions by anonymous referees provided valuable insights and contributions to this manuscript. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2010.11.006 fatcat:mgrvagnz4nc65m6zqovdvppi3q

The value of social media for innovation: A capability perspective

Marie-Isabelle Muninger, Wafa Hammedi, Dominik Mahr
2019 Journal of Business Research  
Capabilities for social media use in the innovation process Resource combination for social media use in the innovation process Operational and strategic social media teams Skilled human resources dedicated  ...  First, key resources are represented by the social media teams at both operational and strategic levels and by the social media manager, who coordinates communication and decisions across different teams  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2018.10.012 fatcat:scljyahgsrf2fo2gmvc3i5hyn4

Boundary Crossing for Education Continuity: Exploring WhatsApp's Potential in Botswana During and Beyond the Pandemic

Dawn Lyken-Segosebe, Gladys Gamariel, Kelebonye Bagai
2022 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
Based on a conceptualization of WhatsApp as a boundary object that permits educational institutions to cross over from in-school teaching to out-of-school teaching, this study investigated the viability  ...  of WhatsApp as a mobile learning (m-Learning) technology tool for the continuity of teaching and learning in Botswana during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors wish to thank the Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) for granting permission for the use of its data in this study.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v16i02.27283 fatcat:2ilm6vhs4fcplnfqa4tuw3ssrq

Interactive, Asynchronous, Face-to-Face: Does it Really Make a Difference?

Caroline Akhras, Chukri Akhras
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
This case study illustrates three different learning environments: face-to-face, virtual learning classrooms, online interactive blogs.  ...  The results show that integrating WEB 2.0 interactive tools seems to be the best. Further research is recommended based on the limitations found.  ...  role, reaching out to learners using diverse approaches and/or interactive multi-media.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.066 fatcat:ua33l3uttbbm5kohip4o3gw5ge
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