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Una dosis de Edupunk y social media en las humanidades (1)

Las conferencias están obsoletas: pertenecen a un modelo educativo basado en la transmisión de información, y no en el aprendizaje y la gestión del conocimiento. En la “Era Google” la información está al alcance de cualquiera (que tenga una conexión

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Educación, cultura y acción social en los Social Media

Hoy se abre el plazo de inscripción para asistir al Curso teórico-práctico: “Educación, cultura y acción social en los Social Media” que se celebrará en el Museo do Mar de Lugo el próximo 27 de agosto. La actividad se inscribe

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Nuevos servicios Google para nonprofits, pero sólo para algunas

  La compañía estadounidense anuncia nuevos servicios y funcionalidades para organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro pero, como siempre en el caso de Google, sólo orientados al mercado estadounidense y con posibilidad (supongo) de ser posteriormente ampliados a Canadá, Reino Unido

Posted in Fundraising, Nonprofits, Social Good, Social Media, Users-Content

What Museums Say… about Seattle Art Museum

This post is the first one in English of the series “Lo que los museos dicen…”, which in its English version is called, “What Museums Say…” This section shows a different point of view to the so called “User Generated

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>Your Photos on Museums: Ile Ife National Museum, Nigeria

> You are e-artcasting’s most precious value. Thanks to your emails, comments and contributions e-artcasting’s mission is increasing its diverse outreach. One of our most active activities is located at our Flickr group. “E-artcasters” are about to contribute 1,000 wonderful

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>How to know if your museum is Web 2.0

> Tired of reading the always ultimate-definitive advice about building Web 2.0 audiences and continuing without any tool to assess the potential of your museum? If you want to know if your museum is Web 2.0 friendly without hiring the

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Is Social Media Twisting to Populist Elitism? YouTube Awards and User Generated Content

It seems clear that the most popular social media platforms are for profit initiatives as explained in our former article on Second Life and art museums. Unfortunately or not, social does not mean gratis. However, and as a result of

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