It is a great pleasure to share with you the Springer CCIS 111 proceedings of the Third World Summit on the Knowledge SocietyaaWSKS 2010aathat was organized by the International Scientific Council for the Knowledge Society, and supported by the Open Research Society, NGO, (http://www.open-knowledge-society.org) and the Int- national Journal of the Knowledge Society Research, (http://www.igi-global.com/ijksr), and took place in Aquis Corfu Holiday Palace Hotel, on Corfu island, Greece, September 22a24, 2010. The Third World Summit on the Knowledge Society (WSKS 2010) was an inter- tional scientific event devoted to promoting the dialogue on the main aspects of the knowledge society towards a better world for all. The multidimensional economic and social crisis of the last couple years brings to the fore the need to discuss in depth new policies and strategies for a human-centric developmental process in the global c- text. This annual summit brings together key stakeholders of knowledge society dev- opment worldwide, from academia, industry, government, policy makers, and active citizens to look at the impact and prospects of it information technology, and the knowledge-based era it is creating, on key facets of living, working, learning, innovating, and collaborating in todayas hyper-complex world.... promote active, integrated and deep learning in chemistry through student- centred teaching approaches, namely by the ... If the students felt more comfortable, they could write their questions instead, and the teacher would answer orally at the beginning of the next lesson. ... (d) record and discuss the results and observations in their lab book; (e) answer the questions raised in their laboratory manual.
|Title||:||Knowledge Management, Information Systems, E-Learning, and Sustainability Research|
|Author||:||Miltiadis D. Lytras, Patricia Ordonez De Pablos, Adrian Ziderman, Alan Roulstone, Hermann Maurer, Jonathan B. Imber|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2010-09-27|