Esta mañana tenemos en la novena edición de Blogs y Medios en Granada (#bym9) a Ricardo Gallir (@gallir), creador de Menéame, y Montserrat Domínguez (@montse_avivir). Montserrat Domínguez liderará la versión española de The Huffington Post, el popular medio de comunicación nacido en Estados Unidos con un modelo mixto entre periodistas profesionales, blogueros voluntarios y agregación […]

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El martes 24 de abril participé en el curso Marketing en redes sociales: Estrategias empresariales y analíticas, celebrado en la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de la Universidad de Granada, con dos sesiones de dos horas de duración cada una: “Empresa y redes” y “¿Reputación digital? WYSIWYG“. Incluyo a continuación parte del material y […]

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El 18 de enero, hace apenas dos días, los responsables de la Facultad de Administración Agropecuaria y Desarrollo Rural (FAADER) de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS) en Guamúchil (México) organizaron, previo al inicio de los seminarios sobre docencia e investigación 2.0, un desayuno con la prensa y radio en el principal hotel de la […]

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Last week the journal Scientometrics accepted for publication our paper entitled: “Exploring Web Keyword Analysis as an Alternative to Link Analysis: A Multi-industry Case”. This paper has been selected for publication in the dedicated issue of the journal on the ‘Collnet/WIS 2011 Conference’ held in Istanbul in September 2011. VAUGHAN, L. & ROMERO-FRÍAS, E. (accepted […]

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This article constitutes an introduction to the concept of Open Science and its implications, challenges and problems. To do so, we take as a reference two recent works by Michael Nielsen, a pioneer of quantum computing and advocate for Open Science: first, the book Reinventing Discovery. The New Era of Networked Science (Princeton University Press), […]

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This week the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology accepted for publication our paper titled: “Exploring the Relationships between Media and Political Parties through Web Hyperlink Analysis: the Case of Spain” by Esteban Romero-Frías and Liwen Vaughan. ROMERO-FRÍAS, E. & VAUGHAN, L. (accepted in 2011, in press). “Exploring the Relationships between Media […]

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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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At the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society (25 – 28th 2011), S. Friesike (Institut), T. Schildhauer (Institute of Electronic Business, Berlin), O. Gassmann and B. Widenmayer (both from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) have presented a draft paper on Open Science. They suggest eight trends in Open Science to follow. I find this interesting […]

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