Electronic Resources in the Digital Age
Session coordinator: Petra Štogrová Jedličková, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Where: 27. 5. 2009, 14.15 - 17.30, Auditorium D
Transfer of Knowledge in Cyberspace: Issue of Monitoring, Data Analysis and Evaluation with regard to the Transmissivity of Virtual Worlds and Reality
Autor: Jakub Štogr, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Evaluation of knowledge transfer in cyberspace depends on the possibilities to monitor and analyse data about the objects and the environment in which the transfer occurs or should occur. Cyberspace, by their very digital nature, generates a large amount of data on activities and status of various entities, but now is becoming a problem the interpretation in a form that is understandable and user-friendly.
If sufficient attention to the development of these meta-tool and methods is not paid now, including the level of application and implementation, then there is a risk that in the future - with the development of various 3D environments and social networks - knowledge transfer will be almost impossible to evaluate and monitor.
This situation is even more complicated due to the fact that not all environments permit to obtain such a type of information by users - that access is often limited only to the owner or operator of the virtual world or environment.
Keen on new ways of communication, cooperation and technology usage, social aspects related with online games (f.e. MMORPGs), virtual communities and spaces like "SecondLife.com", humanhuman and humancomputer interaction, knowledge transfer and ICT influences on everyday life. For a long time scout leader of youths (and still continuing) implementing experiential, adventure and/or outdoor education together with LARP (live action role playing) principles. Enjoys historical fencing and middle age "living history" concept. Master degree from Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship; starting PhD. and teaching "Systems of Electronic Learning" at the same Institute.
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Author: Denisa Kera, National University of Singapore, Communications and New Media programme, Singapore
Author: Tomáš Rain, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Ivana Švarcová, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Author: Dominik Fellner, St. John´s College - Teachers´ Training College, Czech Republic
Author: Klára Sušická, Municipal Library of Prague, Czech Republic
Author: Bohuš Získal, Charles University in Prague - Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship, Czech Republic
Author: František Zachoval, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Jan Vidlička, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic