This week the Innovations in Education and Teaching International has finally published our paper titled: “Using social network sites in Higher Education: an experience in business studies” by José L. Arquero and Esteban Romero-Frías.   ARQUERO, J.L. & ROMERO-FRÍAS, E. (2013). “Using social network sites in Higher Education: an experience in business studies”. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. DOI:10.1080/14703297.2012.760772 […]

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Article published in the web of the CRI: Esteban Romero’s visiting guest at the CRI (sept-dec 2011) This is the summary of the most remarkable activities I carried out at the Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI; @CRI_FdV_AIV) during my 3 months visit (September 15th – December 15th). A) I gave a seminar titled “How to […]

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This is tentative compilation of centers and research groups working on interdisciplinary approaches to Internet, Society, Culture, Education and Technology. I also published this list in the wiki of the GrinUGR (Group of Internet Research and Learning) to allow people to add or edit it. My idea is to create a page in this wiki […]

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Tras un mes de estancia en el Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI; @CRI_FdV_AIV)  es el momento apropiado para dar un visión global de esta institución, de reciente creación y en evolución continua. El Centro El Centro fundado en 2005 constituye un espacio de encuentro entre las ciencias de la vida y las ciencias exactas, naturales, […]

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I have just read a conference paper titled “Why is Europe so efficient at producing scientific papers, and does this explain the European paradox?”, by P. Foland & R.D. Shelton (2010 Leiden, STI Conference). The main conclusion is that the relative efficiency in producing papers in the SCI per $1 million in national R&D investment […]

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New book available on “Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery”, as its own title indicates: THE FOURTH PARADIGM. Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery. Edited by Tony Hey, Stewart Tansley and Kristin Tolle. Microsoft Research. 252 pages. Downloadable here. The book is a collection of essays written by Microsoft’s scientists and outside scientists and pays tribute to Jim Gray. John Markoff […]

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