Lightning Talks der Session E

submitted by: DigiWiss
0:00 Social Software in Forschung und Lehre: Drei Studien zum Einsatz von Web 2.0 Diensten, Katrin Weller / Ramona Dornstädter / Raimonds Freimanis / Raphael N. Klein / Maredith Perez (Universität Düsseldorf) 6:06 Twitteranalyse zwischen Selbstreflexion und Forschung, Matthias Rohs (2headz) / Thomas Bernhardt (Universität Bremen) 13:53 Weißer Fleck Internet? Zur Nutzung und Akzeptanz digitaler Technologien in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften Doreen Siegfried (ZBW Kiel) 20:22...

augmented identity

submitted by: Fraunhofer IAO

with high speed to the future

The Global Education Framework - Preparing the Workforce of the Future - Part 2

submitted by: mcweadon

Professor Dr. Badrul Khan, president and founder of McWeadon Education (http://mcweadon.com/site/index.php), USA presented his Global Education Framework: Preparing the Workforce of the Future at the Global HR Forum 2008 Conference held in Seoul, Korea.

The Global Education Framework - Preparing the Workforce of the Future -Part 1

submitted by: mcweadon

Professor Dr. Badrul Khan, president and founder of McWeadon Education (http://mcweadon.com/site/index.php), USA presented his Global Education Framework: Preparing the Workforce of the Future at the Global HR Forum 2008 Conference held in Seoul, Korea.

ResearchGATE

submitted by: ResearchGATE

ResearchGATE - the scientific network

Web 2.0 Panel

submitted by: dougramsey

A discussion with Brian Dear from Eventful.com, Seth Greenberg from Intuit.com and Turbotax, and Seth Sternberg from Meebo.com on Web 2.0, online enterpreneurship, user communities, advertising, technology and communication.

Introduction

submitted by: dougramsey

Introduction of the VentureForth team and the program schedule for the 2007 Enterpreneurship Conference.

open genius: strumento per una scienza libera

submitted by: atnp lab

In this presentation, Andrea Gaggioli describes crowd-funding as a possible strategy to cope with the lack of investments in research, as well as to increase democratization in the sciences. Projects seeking funding could be stored in an online repository. Each project would include a description of its objectives, duration, and requested contribution. Investors (either people or funding agencies) could decide which projects to fund.