25-29 October 2015, Caraguatatuba/Sao Paulo, Brazi

Submission Deadline has been extended to June 30th, 2015

In the world of the Internet of Things (IoT), the rapid growth and exponential use of digital components leads to the emergence of intelligent environments namely "digital ecosystems" connected to the web and composed of multiple and independent entities such as individuals, organizations, services, software and applications sharing one or several missions and focusing on the interactions and inter-relationships among them.

With the help of the computational intelligence, these digital ecosystems can exhibit new self-* properties (such as self-management, self-healing and self-configuration) environments, thanks to the re-combination and evolution of its "digital components", in which resources provided by each entity are properly conserved, managed and used. The underlying web-based resources mainly comprehend big data management, innovative services, smart and self-* properties platforms.

Due to the multi-disciplinary nature of digital ecosystems, they are highly complex to study and design. This also leads to a poor understanding as to how managing resources will empower digital ecosystems to be innovative, intelligent and value-creating. The application of Information Technologies has the potential to enable the understanding of how entities request resources and ultimately interact to create benefits and added-values, impacting business practices and knowledge. These technologies can be improved through novel techniques, models and methodologies for fields such as big data management, web technologies, networking, security, human-computer interactions, artificial intelligence, e-services and self-organizing systems to support the establishment of digital ecosystems and manage their resources.

 

 

ABSTRACT: The need for structured metadata to support ubiquitous access across the Web to the treasure troves of resources spanning cultures, in science, and in the digital humanities is now common knowledge among information systems designers and implementers. Structured metadata expressed through languages of description make it possible for us to 'speak' about the contents of our treasure troves. But, like all human languages, our languages of description both enable and isolate. The push to break out of the isolation of the metadata silos in which professionals inevitably design, implement and manage metadata in order to discover the intersections of our treasure troves drives much of today's discourse and emerging practice in metadata. The emergence of massively integrated Web presences such as Europeana and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) along with the reshaping of public access globally through mechanisms such as Linked Data and schema.org drive our conversations, our excitement, and our fears.

IV Seminario Hispano Brasilero de Investigación en Información, Documentación y Sociedad

Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP

June 24, 2015 – June 26, 2015

Se trata de la cuarta edición de ese evento, fruto de un acuerdo de cooperación científica entre la Universidad de Brasilia y la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y que, ese año, amplía la asociación institucional para la Unesp/Campus de Marília. Tiene como principal característica la creación y sostenibilidad de la comunidad educativa de las instituciones y de los participantes, promoviendo la comprensión mutua y creando sinergias que pueden llevar a proyectos conjuntos de investigación, enseñanza, innovación, publicaciones, movilidad y excelencia en la prestación de servicios en las áreas de Información, Documentación y Sociedad.

 

 
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En 2005 se constituyó la Red Euroiberoamericana Educación y SOCIEDAD del CONOCIMIENTO (EduSOC) como colofón a la primera edición de este congreso Euro-Iberoamericano EduSOC en el que participaron 700 expertos que debatieron en Granada durante los días 3, 4 y 5 de marzo de 2005 sobre la responsabilidad de la educación en el desarrollo de la naciente sociedad del conocimiento.

En 2005 se realizó primera edición del Congreso Euro-Iberoamericano EduSOC en el que participaron 700 expertos que debatieron en Granada durante los días 3,  4 y 5 de marzo de ese año,  sobre la responsabilidad de la educación en el desarrollo de la naciente sociedad del conocimiento

Innovación e investigación en:

  1. Comunicación digital 2.0 y 3.0 en las instituciones educativas, administraciones, organizaciones sociales, corporaciones, empresas y organismos internacionales.
  2. Medios de comunicación digitales 2.0. y 3.0.
  3. eLearning, Mobile y Blended Learning
  4. Modelos y sistemas de gestión y difusión digital de información y conocimiento.
  5. Comercio electrónico, e-publicidad, Marketing digital y videojuegos.
  6. e-democracia, ciber-ética e internética y ciberseguridad
  7. Ciber-desarrollo sostenible
  8. Psicología, Internet y sociedad
  9. Innovación e investigación en comunidades virtuales y redes sociales
  10. Inclusión digital y accesibilidad de personas con discapacidad y de colectivos en riesgo de exclusión social.

http://www.edusoc.org/areas-tematicas/

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1-4 September 2015, São Paulo, Brazil

ABSTRACT: The need for structured metadata to support ubiquitous access across the Web to the treasure troves of resources spanning cultures, in science, and in the digital humanities is now common knowledge among information systems designers and implementers. Structured metadata expressed through languages of description make it possible for us to 'speak' about the contents of our treasure troves. But, like all human languages, our languages of description both enable and isolate. The push to break out of the isolation of the metadata silos in which professionals inevitably design, implement and manage metadata in order to discover the intersections of our treasure troves drives much of today's discourse and emerging practice in metadata. The emergence of massively integrated Web presences such as Europeana and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) along with the reshaping of public access globally through mechanisms such as Linked Data and schema.org drive our conversations, our excitement, and our fears

http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2015/schedConf/cfp

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