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Social Networking Theories and Tools to Support Connectivist Learning Activities
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This article considers the affordances of social networking theories and tools to build new and effective e-learning practices. Expand
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USING SOCIAL SOFTWARE FOR PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN FORMAL ONLINE LEARNING
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In this paper we focus our attention on the use of social software as educational enablers for use in formal online education contexts. Expand
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A Machine Learning System to Improve Heart Failure Patient Assistance
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We present a clinical decision support system (CDSS) for the analysis of heart failure (HF) patients, providing various outputs such as an HF severity evaluation, HF-type prediction, as well as a management interface that compares the different patients' follow-ups. Expand
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Heart Failure Artificial Intelligence-Based Computer Aided Diagnosis Telecare System
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We present an Artificial Intelligence-based Computer Aided Diagnosis system designed to assist the clinical decision of non-specialist staff in the analysis of Heart Failure patients. Expand
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Heart Failure analysis Dashboard for patient's remote monitoring combining multiple artificial intelligence technologies
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We present a Heart Failure analysis Dashboard that, combined with a handy device for the automatic acquisition of a set of patient's clinical parameters, allows to support telemonitoring functions. Expand
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Informal Learning Theories and Tools to Support Knowledge Management in Distributed CoPs
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In this work informal learning theories and practices and social networking features are taken as starting points to build a reference collaboration model to support collaborative knowledge construction in Distributed Communities of Practices. Expand
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Design of Collaborative Learning Environments: bridging the gap between CSCL theories and Open Source Platforms
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In this paper we present a synthetic selection of collaborative features that are usually included in CSCL/W environments but are missing in e-learning platforms. Expand
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Personal Knowledge Management Skills for Lifelong-Learners 2.0
In this chapter the authors identify the Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) pre-dispositions, skills and competences of the current effective lifelong-learner 2.0. They derive a PKM-skills modelExpand
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Spaced learning and innovative teaching: school time, pedagogy of attention and learning awareness
Abstract Currently, the ‘time’ variable has taken on the function of instructional and pedagogical innovation catalyst, after representing-over the years-a symbol of democratisation, learningExpand
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