Do you remember the Time Person of the year 2006? We are almost ready for 2008 and little by little we know something more about IT: about this catch-all buzzword -Web 2.0- that people use to describe a wide range of online activities and applications; about how many people are avid participants in all that… Read more »
Monthly Archives: December 2007
After two years of hard working, I’m glad to announce the research Project Internet Catalonia about Health directed by Prof. Castells and titled “Technological Modernisation, Organisational Change and Service Delivery in the Catalan Public Health System” has been published (PIC Salut) This study analysed the interaction between organizational change, cultural values and technological change in… Read more »
Ethan Zuckerman, fellow of the Berkman Center for Interent and Society at Harvard Law School, is posting about Open Government Principles workshop at O’Reilly and Associates: Tools for open government Towards the principles of open government data The aim of this meeting was to draft a set of principles to define what constitutes open government… Read more »
Just two trends done by Blogpulse. Does they mean Digital Natives are interested in International Student Assessment?
I wonder how many social researchers are thinking about The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and Digital Natives – Blog? About The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA): Are students well prepared for future challenges? Can they analyse, reason and communicate effectively? Do they have the capacity to continue learning throughout life?… Read more »