Applications Of Ict In Social Sciences

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Social Informatics An Information Society For All In Remembrance Of Rob Kling

Author : Jacques Berleur
ISBN : 9780387378756
Genre : Computers
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The principal message of the ‘Human Choice and Computers’ (HCC) tradition and its associated conferences over the years is that there are choices and alternatives. In this volume, Social Informatics takes two directions. The first supports readers in interpreting of the meaning of Social Informatics. The second, more extensive part develops an overview of various applications of Social Informatics. Researchers inspired by Social Informatics touch many areas of human and social life.
Category: Computers

Icts And Innovation For Didactics Of Social Sciences

Author : Delgado-Algarra, Emilio José
ISBN : 9781799828846
Genre : Computers
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The advancement of technology in today’s world has led to the progression of several professional fields. This includes the classroom, as teachers have begun using new technological strategies to increase student involvement and motivation. ICT innovation including virtual reality and blended learning methods has changed the scope of classroom environments across the globe; however, significant research is lacking in this area. ICTs and Innovation for Didactics of Social Sciences is a fundamental reference focused on didactics of social sciences and ICTs including issues related to innovation, resources, and strategies for teachers that can link to the transformation of social sciences teaching and learning as well as societal transformation. While highlighting topics such as blended learning, augmented reality, and virtual classrooms, this book is ideally designed for researchers, administrators, educators, practitioners, and students interested in understanding current relevant ICT resources and innovative strategies for the didactic of social sciences and didactic possibilities in relation to concrete conceptual contents, resolution of problems, planning, decision making, development of social skills, attention, and motivation promoting a necessary technological literacy.
Category: Computers

Teaching Humanities And Social Sciences

Author : Rob Gilbert
ISBN : 9780170369350
Genre : Curriculum planning
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"‘Teaching the Humanities and Social Sciences 6E’ prepares teachers to develop and implement programs in the humanities and social sciences learning area from F-10. It successfully blends theory with practical approaches to provide a basis for teaching that is engaging, inquiry-based and relevant to students’ lives."--Publisher's website.
Category: Curriculum planning

Making Humanities And Social Sciences Come Alive

Author : Deborah Green
ISBN : 9781108445436
Genre : Education
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Prepares readers to become high-quality humanities and social sciences educators for early childhood and primary contexts.
Category: Education

Knowledge Mobilisation And Social Sciences

Author : Jon Bannister
ISBN : 9781317615323
Genre : Social Science
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The essays presented in this volume examine knowledge mobilisation and its relation to research impact and engagement. The social sciences matter because they can help us to understand and address the complex challenges confronting society. This is particularly true in an era of significant downward pressure on public expenditure, a consequence of the global fiscal crisis, when there is a striking need to ensure that policies are demonstrably effective and efficient. The impact agenda in the UK, reflected in parallel global debates, actively encourages the social sciences to make and demonstrate a difference; to justify and protect social science funding. This volume shows how knowledge mobilisation can be thought of systematically as a process, encompassing engagement, leading to the co-production and channelling of knowledge to make a difference in the economy and society. This book was originally published as a special issue of Contemporary Social Science.
Category: Social Science

Math Educ

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105131489390
Genre : Mathematics
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Contains abstracts in the field of mathematics education extracted from documents worldwide.
Category: Mathematics

Cyberscience

Author : Michael Nentwich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114775278
Genre : Computers
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Annotation "This wide-ranging book describes and analyses the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the age of the Internet. It assesses the impact of ICT on various aspects of academic activities and on the substance of research and research policies within academic organizations. Contents include: Method & Theory. Technological Perspectives & Status Quo-Cyberscience: the new tools, the new working environment, cyber-science, cyber-humanities, cyber-social sciences. Impact Assessment-cyberscience and: spatial dimension, roles in academia, knowledge representation, publishing, quality control & crediting academic output, law, and the substance of research. Cyberscience and politics."
Category: Computers

Information And Communication Technologies Ict In Economic Modeling

Author : Federico Cecconi
ISBN : 9783030226053
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book presents the effects of integrating information and communication technologies (ICT) and economic processes in macroeconomic dynamics, finance, marketing, industrial policies, and in government economic strategy. The text explores modeling and applications in these fields and also describes, in a clear and accessible manner, the theories that guide the integration among information technology (IT), telecommunications, and the economy, while presenting examples of their applications. Current trends such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data technologies used in economics are also included. This volume is suitable for researchers, practitioners, and students working in economic theory and the computational social sciences.
Category: Business & Economics