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The evolution of educational technology has seen a shift from hardware and software to tactics and techniques, as the 2010 edition of the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook makes abundantly clear. As in previous years, it offers the reader a snapshot of the moment and a look ahead to issues most likely to shape the immediate future-an array as varied as the use of social networking sites in learning, new collaborations between media specialists and non-teaching school personnel, and the emerging discipline of Human Performance Technology. Here are ideas that are not only intellectually intriguing but also practical and practice-building, inspiring educators using computer technology to move beyond traditional teaching roles toward learning design.Included in the 2010 Yearbook:Salient issues in learning, design, and technology, such as the critical part school leadership plays in instructors' acceptance or rejection of technologyNew trends in library and information science, including the role of school library media centers in preventing cyberbullyingThis year's leadership profiles: Jerrold Kemp, author of Designing Effective Instruction , W. Michael Reed, accomplished, dedicated, and recognized educator in instructional technologyA worldwide directory of current professional associations and organizations in learning design, technology, information, and library scienceUp-to-date listings of graduate program in these fields, rated using a variety of criteriaSpecial mediagraphy section featuring journals, ERIC documents, and media-related publications in specialized areas, including distance education, simulation/virtual reality, artificial intelligence, special education, and professional developmentAcademics in learning design and technology, and information and library science will welcome the latest edition of the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook as a reference, idea book, and a panoramic study of where we are now.
This study looks at the phenomenon of guanxi in relation to Dutch managers functioning in international organizations in Hong Kong and mainland China. Guanxi is seen as one of the most important forms of personal networking in China. According to various writers there is a difference in importance attached to such social networks in virtue of cultural backgrounds. China is seen as a low-trust society where people only trust those people related to them, and conversely distrust people outside there family and kinship group. Contrary, The Netherlands is a high-trust society which inclines toward spontaneous sociability and possessing dense layers of intermediate associations. This work aimed at investigating the difficulties and complexities that Dutch managers face while doing business in Hong Kong and mainland China, paying special attention to guanxi-relationships in this business environment.
Nowadays, world s most active and influential cultural processes are created by the institutions, which succeeded to form qualitive and efficient networks consisting of elites and cultural activists. Based on this, The present book is aimed at identifying and prioritizing the dimensions and components that affect networking of cultural associations and activists of Islamic Revolution Cultural Front. in order to synergize The cultural activists and associations, the present study aims at proposing a framework for networking cultural associations and activists.
The 108 livery companies are trade associations based in the City of London, almost all of which are known as the "Worshipful Company of" the relevant trade or profession. The livery companies originally developed as guilds and were responsible for the regulation of their trades, controlling, for instance, wages and labour conditions. Some livery companies (for example, the Scriveners) continue to have a regulatory role today, and some (for example, the Longbow Makers) have become inoperative except as charitable foundations. Most livery companies, particularly those formed in recent years, are primarily charitable organizations. The active livery companies also play an important part in social life and networking in the City of London. They have a long history of cultural patronage.
This book deals with one of the major challenges facing human society and its governments, climate change and variability. The principal objective of the book is to explore how agricultural production through the actions primarily of farmers, including peasant farmers, adapt to these changing circumstances, what the limitations of adaptation are, how the process of adaptation varies between different territories (e.g. developed countries versus developing countries), and what are or can be the most effective roles for actors other than the farmers, including different levels of government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as professional associations of farmers and community organizations.The principal argument is threefold: 1) while there are significant differences between territories and countries in terms of the capacity of farmers (and the other actors) to engage in capacity building to be able to adapt effectively to climate change and variability, 2) the critical roles are those played out by the farmers themselves, but that 3) other actors can play an important role in accompanying farmers in their adaptation process, providing relevant and strategic information, counseling them and facilitating networking and meetings when appropriate. This effectively means that without engaging in the local adaptation processes governments can really only play effective roles by working with other actors at the local and regional levels. When it occurs, it can be very effective, but when it does not, farmers are left to their own devices (and even then, many are able to use their own creativity and local knowledge to survive and continue to develop).Essentially therefore, the secondary argument that is followed throughout the book is that adaptation is essentially a social process that requires an understanding of social processes and dynamics in each farming community and territory. It involves an understanding, for instance, of information diffusion processes in the different farming communities and territories, which provides a set of tools to promote and facilitate the adoption process in the context of adaptation to climate change and variability.
This study uses qualitative methodology to examine the contributions of Grassroot Organizations in response to the conditions of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Kano metropolis- Nigeria. The study investigates what these organizations do, what methods, techniques, and strategies they employ to identify the causes of OVC's conditions for intervention. The study acknowledges colonization, globalization, poverty, illiteracy, and individualism as contributing factors to OVC's conditions. However, essentially, the study identifies gross misunderstanding between paternal and maternal relatives of children to be the main factor responsible for the OVC's conditions. This social disorganization puts the children in difficult conditions including exposure to health, educational, moral, emotional, psychological, and social problems. The study concludes that through collective efficacy the studied organizations are a perfect means for problem-solving. The associations operate on existing family structures, cement relationships, provide social networking among the contending relatives, and most importantly positively impacting the lives of the OVC.