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a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver

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Abraham's drawing is also an apt illustration of the concept of social navigation, on which this article draws in order to reconceptualize settlement and how it is experienced among refugee-background youth in Australia.
United States Google is reportedly planning to launch a carpooling service using its Waze social navigation platform.
Telenav's mission is to help reduce stress, improve productivity and make life more fun through a more personalized and social navigation experience.
Where the footprints lead: Tracking down other roles for social navigation. In: Munro, A.J., Hook, K., & Benyon, D.
Descriptive Statistics and Reliability (N = 66) Variables M SD Reliability (# of items) Sense of Community (SOC) 4.89 .96 .92(20) Social Ability (SA) 4.93 1.19 .96(18) Social Presence with 5.07 1.32 .92(6) Peer (SPp) Social Presence with 4.90 1.34 .91(6) Instructor (SPi) Social Navigation (SN) 4.83 1.31 .91(6) Perceived Ease of Use (PEU) 5.14 1.46 .96(4) Perceived Usefulness (PU) 4.79 1.45 .93(4) Satisfaction with NETwork 4.72 1.61 .95(8) experience (S) Site Evaluation (SE) 4.90 1.46 .83(4) Learning Satisfaction (LS) 4.54 1.87 .97(4) Effectiveness of NETwork 4.83 1.66 .97(8) for Teaching (ET) Note.
Tags are the poster child of social navigation. How can you be Web 2.0 without tags?
The 2008 amendments should go far in reducing the obstacles these overly-narrow readings of the ADA would have placed in the path of a person suffering discrimination because of behavior arising out of autism, bipolar disorder, depression, and other conditions that impair their social navigation skills or ability to maintain a steady emotional course through a day.
Social navigation is a construct representing being aware of what others are doing as a primary guide for one's own actions.
More specific topics include photographs in online dating, music usage rights and privileges, violent video game research, and social navigation in ubiquitous computing.
Social navigation both guides and is guided by the interactions, combined with explicit and implicit ratings, and classifications provided by its users (topics), which can themselves be clustered by users into topic groups.
Social navigation involves using the behavior of other people to help you navigate online.
Sisk); "Architecture of a Cooperative Hypermedia" (Lafifi Yacine); "Freeing the Monkeys: Making the Ed Tech Course More than Learning To Push Buttons" (Daniel Laughlin and Sarah Irvine-Belson); "Surfing Safely with Social Navigation" (Bruce Lewis); "Collaborative C4ommunities Think about Technology in Education: A Web-Based Constructivist Course Model for Pre-Service Teachers" (Sharon Murray); "Revising an Educational Computing Course To Meet the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS): A Process of Reflective Teaching" (Aileen Nonis and Blanch O'Bannon); "Enhancing Educators' Computer Learning with the Emerging Technology" (Alex C.
Navigating from one personal page to another, we suddenly have a new sort of search strategy, although this sort of social navigation [3] is new only in the context of computer networks - it is, of course, an old and familiar way of finding things out in the real world.
If selfishness and altruism both emanate from humanity's evolved capacity for social navigation within small groups, "there's good reason to suspect the same psychological mechanisms account for the most inspiring intellectual achievements and the most discouraging failures of reason, the noblest of moral acts and the lowest of inhumane cruelties," Caporael says.