Aug 192016
 

eu gostava de ter acesso/I would like to have access to your article..

Immersive Games and Expert-Novice Differences” de Amanda J. H. BondAffiliated, Jay Brimstin, Angela Carpenter -> LINK

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Aug 192016
 

The International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM).. esta conferencia permite que sejam publicados artigos em português.

Caso deste artigo: Exclusão Digital das Pequenas e Médias Empresas Brasileiras – um olhar pela teoria de adoção das Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação – LINK

+infos: http://www.conf-irm.org/joomla/

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Jul 192016
 

The WorldCist’17 – 5th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, to be held at Porto Santo Island, Madeira, Portugal, 11 – 13 April 2017, is a global forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, results, experiences and concerns in the several perspectives of Information Systems and Technologies.
We are pleased to invite you to submit your papers to WorldCist’17. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, importance and clarity.

Themes
Submitted papers should be related with one or more of the main themes proposed for the Conference:
A) Information and Knowledge Management (IKM);
B) Organizational Models and Information Systems (OMIS);
C) Software and Systems Modeling (SSM);
D) Software Systems, Architectures, Applications and Tools (SSAAT);
E) Multimedia Systems and Applications (MSA);
F) Computer Networks, Mobility and Pervasive Systems (CNMPS);
G) Intelligent and Decision Support Systems (IDSS);
H) Big Data Analytics and Applications (BDAA);
I) Human-Computer Interaction (HCI);
J) Computers and Security (CSY)
K) Health Informatics (HIS);
L) Information Technologies in Education (ITE);
M) Information Technologies in Radiocommunications (ITR).

Types of Submissions and Decisions

Four types of papers can be submitted:
Full paper: Finished or consolidated R&D works, to be included in one of the Conference themes. These papers are assigned a 10-page limit.
Short paper: Ongoing works with relevant preliminary results, open to discussion. These papers are assigned a 7-page limit.
Poster paper: Initial work with relevant ideas, open to discussion. These papers are assigned to a 4-page limit.
Company paper: Companies’ papers that show practical experience, R & D, tools, etc., focused on some topics of the conference. These papers are assigned to a 4-page limit.

Important Dates
Paper Submission: November 13, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: December 25, 20156
Payment of Registration, to ensure the inclusion of an accepted paper in the conference proceedings: January 8, 2017.
Camera-ready Submission: January 8, 2017

+infos(oficial): LINK

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Jul 152016
 

“Vimos informar que a submissão para posters se mantém aberta até ao dia 31 de Julho de 2016. Para submeter um poster deverá enviar por email para capsi2016@iscap.ipp.pt um resumo do seu trabalho. Caso o tópico seja considerado adequado para a conferência, o resumo do seu trabalho será publicado nas atas da conferência e deverá depois preparar um poster tamanho A1, que será exposto durante a conferência. O prazo para comunicação dos resultados dessa chamada é o dia 20 de Agosto de 2016.”

+infos(oficial): http://capsi2016.iscap.ipp.pt/

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Jun 232016
 

O meu próximo passo é ir aprender ou reaprender sobre Modelos de Equações Estruturais. Encontrei um livro em português/brasileiro que parece só trabalhar sobre este tema. Para além do livro de PLS, este livro também parece ser um bom complemento. O livro tem de titulo Análise de Equações Estruturais – Fundamentos teóricos, Software e Aplicações de João Marôco.

Análise de Equações Estruturais Fundamentos teóricos, Software e Aplicações de João Marôco

Aqui por Coimbra também recebi um aviso de que existe um curso na FEUC sobre Modelos de Equações Estruturais, dado pelo professor Mário Augusto.

Os objetivos deste curso são:
– Proporcionar aos participantes os conhecimentos introdutórios que lhes permitam:
i) formular, estimar e avaliar um modelo de equações estruturais (MEE);
ii) interpretar a solução fornecida pelos programas informáticos disponíveis para especificar, estimar e avaliar este tipo de modelos;
iii) melhorar o seu modelo se a sua formulação inicial não se ajusta satisfatoriamente aos dados;
iv) analisar os efeitos diretos, indiretos e totais entre as variáveis contidas na formulação do modelo.
– Fornecer aos participantes as principais preocupações que devem estar presentes ao longo das diversas etapas que é necessário percorrer para especificar, estimar e avaliar um modelo de equações estruturais.

+infos(livro): LINK
+infos(curso): http://apeu.fe.uc.pt/curso.asp?id=176

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Jun 152016
 

eu gostava de ter acesso/I would like to have access to your article..

Educational design of live coding environments for the browser
+ infos: LINK

 

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Jun 152016
 

Já está disponível no mercado o livro A Primer on Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM), segunda edição.  É um livro de introdução ao PLS-SEM sendo que de acordo com os autores é possivel qualquer pessoa que tenha poucos conhecimentos de estatística, perceber o que é o PLS-SEM.

+infos: LINK

 

 

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Jun 122016
 

San Carlos, Alajuela, Costa Rica, October 3 – 7, 2016
http://www.laclo.org/laclo2016

Latin American countries have an urgent need to share, to unite efforts and to grow up together in many areas, but especially in those areas that could lead us to improve the educational level of our people. Learning technologies may be considered by many the cornerstones for a whole new educational era that is under development, and Latin American countries must maintain an active forum for discussion of the existing technological alternatives that can be applied to our regional contexts. LACLO intends to be such a forum, where researchers, developers and educational practitioners are able to share their experiences and technological advances in the field of learning technologies, and to integrate these various technological developments into their teaching and learning contexts.

 

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Jun 012016
 

Um comentário deste video relata o seguinte:

1. Don’t wait to write!
a. Idea
b. write paper
c. do research
writing papers is a primary mechanism for DOING research (not just for repoting it

2. identify your key idea
a. goal is to convey an idea to reader
b. can you hear the “ping
i. many papers contain good idea, but do not distil what they are
ii. make certain tha the reader is in no doubt what the idea is. Be 100% explicit
1. ‘the main idea of this paper is…’
2. ‘in this section we present the main contributions of the paper.’

3. Tell a story
a. Your narrative flow imagine you are explain at a white board
i. Here is a problem
ii. It’s an interesting problem
iii. It’s an unsolved problem
iv. Here is my idea
v. My idea works (details, data)
vi. Here’s how my idea compares to other people’s approaches
vii. Structure (conference paper)
1. Title (1000 readers)
2. Abstract (4 sentences 100 readers)
3. Introduction (1 pages 100 readers)
a. Describe the problem
i. Don’t write: ‘we describe the wizwoz system. It is really cool.’ Do write: ‘we give a syntax and semantics of a language that supports concurrent processes (section 3). Its innovative features are…’
ii. Don’t write: ‘we study its properties’. Do write: ‘we prove that the type system I sound, and that type checking is deciable (section 4).
iii. Don’t write: we have used wiz woz in practice’. Do write: ‘we have build a GUI toolkit in wizwoz, and used it to implement a text editor (section 5). The result is half the length of the java version.’.
b. State your contributions……..that is all
i. Write the list of contributions first
ii. The list of contributions drives the entire paper: the paper substantiates the claims you have made
iii. Reader thinks ‘gosh, if thy really deliever this, that’s excicing, I’d better read on’
iv. For every contributions there is one bullet point *
v. Evidence:
1. Your introduction makes claims
2. The body of the paper provides evidence to support each claim
3. Check each claim in the introlduction, identify the evidence, and forward-reference it from the claim
4. Evidence can be: analysis and comparison, theorems, measurements, case studies.
c. Introduce problem with an example
i. Bad example: ‘computer programs often have bugs. It is very important to eliminate tehse bugs {1,2}. Many researchers have tried {3,4,5,6.}. It really is very imporant’
ii. Good example: ‘consider this program, which has an interesting bug <brief description>. We will show an automatic techniquie for identifying and removing such bugs.’
4. The problems (1 page 10 readers)
5. My idea (2 pages 10 readers)
6. The details (5 pages 3 readers)
7. Related work (1-2 pages)
8. Conclusions and further work (.5 pages)

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May 152016
 

Games and Culture //+infos: link +infos: submissão

ACM transactions on multimedia computing communications and applications

New review of hypermedia and multimedia

Multimedia tools and applications

Multimedia systems

IEEE transactions on multimedia

IEEE multimedia

+infos(procurar): Pesquisar Journals

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