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social navigation

The crowdsourcing of events such as highway accidents and traffic jams in real time from ordinary drivers to enhance navigational directions. See Waze.
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We then consider the ways in which Vigh's concept of social navigation offers a powerful approach for reconceptualizing refugee settlement, and more specifically, refugee-youth settlement.
Applying the concept of social navigation to the experiences of refugee youth in Australia provides insight into the changeable and often precarious nature of settlement in volatile local, national, and global socio-political environments.
Affording a place: the role of persistent structures in social navigation. Information Research, 7 (3) Available: http://InformationR.net/ir/7-3/paper131.html
The general feeling reported by participants is that jeitinho has a negative impact on others and the social order; but its importance as a social navigation tool to challenge the hierarchical structures and hardship faced by individuals in the Brazilian society is also acknowledged.
To what extent and in what ways can and do online learning systems provide a sense of social presence and social navigation? Can online learning systems be modified and in what ways to increase social ability?
Additionally we started to explore the constructs of social navigation and awareness being advanced in the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) literature.
Evolutionary mechanisms driven by social navigation continuously shift the relationships between CoFIND's user-generated metadata in a constantly adapting dance which adjusts to the needs of the group of users that make up its community.
Given the formulaic and rigid portrayals and representations, we introduce the concept of social navigation, which provides a useful framework to study the resettlement experiences of separated children.
place their learning within a social setting in which the advice, information, and skill modeling provided by other learners are crucial conditions for successful learning." The argument finds echoes in the information navigation literature, where the term "social navigation" (Hook & Benyon, 2003) has been coined to describe research reflecting the fact that "navigation is a social and frequently a collaborative process." (Dieberger, Hook, Svensson & Lonnqvist, 2001) In particular, "indirect social navigation" exploits traces of interactions left by others and can be used as the basis of a recommendation system (Shipman, Furuta, Brenner, Chung & Hsieh, 2000).
The suite's first two entries are the Social Navigation Module and the Search Engine Marketing Module.
Through several exploratory studies with online students, five components of social ability were explicated: written communication skills, peer social presence, instructor social presence, comfort with sharing personal information, and social navigation (Laffey, Lin, & Lin, 2006; Yang, Tsai, Cho, Kim, & Laffey, 2006; Lin, et al., 2006).
We can find more by tracing through blogs and using the new social navigation tools, such as tags.