VOLVER A HACER LA MALETA Vuelva a hacer la maleta invisible para fomentar la resiliencia, permitiendo que su hijo se sienta:  Seguro  Capaz  Que puede ser amado
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Understanding the Invisible Web The data found in the Invisible Web cannot be accessed easily via general purpose search engines. The Invisible Web is not the sole solution to all one’s information needs. It should be used in conjunction with other informational sources, including general searches. Invisible Web resources clearly identify who is providing the information, making it easy to judge the authority of the content and its provider. Targeted crawlers offer more comprehensive coverage of their subjects than general purpose search engines.
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“[The “[The rich] rich] are are led led by by an an invisible invisible hand hand to to make make nearly nearly the the same same distribution distribution of of the the necessaries necessaries of of life, life, which which would would have have been been made, made, had had the the earth earth been been divided divided into into equal equal portions portions among among all all its its inhabitants, inhabitants, and and thus thus without without intending intending it, it, without without knowing knowing it, it, advance advance the the interest interest of of the the society, society, and and afford afford means means to to the the multiplication of species.”  multiplication of the the species.” endeavours  Adam Adam Smith, Smith, Theory “As individual... .. .. .. to employ “As every every individual... endeavours to Theory employ his his of Sentiments, of Moral Moralcapital Sentiments, 184. .. .. .. so .. .. .. that capital so184. that its its produce produce may may be be of of the the greatest greatest value; value; every every individual individual necessarily necessarily labours labours to to render render the the annual annual revenue revenue of of the the society society as as great great as as he he can. can. He He generally, generally, indeed, indeed, neither neither intends intends to to promote promote the the public public interest, interest, nor nor knows knows how how much much he he is is promoting promoting it it .. .. .. he he intends intends only only his his own own gain, gain, and and he he is is in in this, this, as as in in many many other other cases, cases, led led by by an an invisible invisible hand hand
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LA MALETA INVISIBLE El trauma moldea las creencias y expectativas de los niños:  Sobre sí mismos  Sobre los adultos quienes los cuidan  Sobre el mundo en general
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LA MALETA INVISIBLE
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LAS PERCEPCIONES DE LOS NIÑOS Y JÓVENES  Lo que los niños que ingresan en el sistema de la crianza temporal creen sobre:  Sí mismos  Las personas que les cuidan  El mundo en general  Usted no creó la maleta invisible y las creencias que lleva dentro no son sobre usted.  Sin embargo la comprensión de su contenido es crítica para ayudar a su niño a superar los efectos del trauma y establecer relaciones sanas.
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Introduction: The Visible and Invisible Web “I readily believe there are more invisible than visible things in the universe.” (Burnett, 1692) motto in Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner There are vast amounts of information available online, but even more information exists beyond the grasp of the general search engine. There is a much larger universe of invisible information in databases and directories which can’t be accessed by general purpose search engines, but it is nevertheless online, free, and of the highest academic standards.
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What is the Invisible Web? The “Invisible Web” is a metaphor used to describe The vast depth or domain of information that lies beyond the visibility of our tools for gathering information. It is not really invisible, just passed over or missed. The Invisible Web includes the following and more: • content that has been excluded from general purpose search engines and Web directories. • examples include databases from universities, libraries, organizations, businesses, and government agencies. • a substantial part of the total Internet.
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How Big is the Invisible Web ? One study conducted by search company BrightPlanet, estimated that the inaccessible part of the web is about 500 times larger than what search engines already provide access. They estimated about 500 billion pages of information available on the web, and only 1/500 of that information could be reached via general search engines. (Sulivan, 2000) More conservative estimates place the Invisible Web at 2-50 times bigger than the visible web. (Barker, 2003) Even using the most conservative estimates, the Invisible Web represents a considerable quantity of information that lies beneath the surface of the Web. It is deeper than we thought!
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The Value in Using the Invisible Web Invisible Web resources offer the highest level of authority as educational institutions and government organizations maintain a high level of quality control over their information. Specialized search interfaces provide more control over search input and output with increased precision. Comprehensive resources allow searchers to perform exhaustive searches within a specific subject area and keep up-to-date and current. The search can yield exhaustive results of timely content. Invisible Web databases have the most current information available online as they are updated often.
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General Purpose Subject Gateways Use the Invisible Web Directory from Sherman and Price’s companion site to The Invisible Web: http://www.invisible-web.net/ See this multi-subject guide to specialized search engines: http://www.searchability.com/ Explore CompletePlanet to link to over 103,000 searchable databases and specialty search engines : http://www.completeplanet.com/
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The Invisible Web  (Cont.) Navigation Tools for the Invisible Web ◦ You can access the invisible Web in several ways  One approach is to use a search engine to locate a portal, or entrance, to a searchable database by including the word, database, as a required search term  Another approach uses specialized portals that list and organize searchable databases 24
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Reasons for the Importance of Computer Ethics ► James H. Moor believes there are three main reasons for the high level of interest in computer ethics:  Logical Malleability:  The computer performs exactly as instructed, so if it’s used for an unethical activity the computer is not the culprit.  The Transformation Factor: Computers can drastically change the way we do things.  The Invisibility Factor: Internal operations provides the opportunity for invisible programming values, invisible complex calculations, and invisible abuse. © 2007 by Prentice Hall Management Information Systems, 10/e Raymo nd McLeod and George Schell 17
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Integers A.K.A. Fixed Point Numbers Integers are also known as fixed point numbers, because they have an invisible decimal point in a fixed (unchanging) position. Specifically, every integer’s invisible decimal point is to the right of the rightmost digit (the “ones” digit): -3984 0 23085 invisible decimal point in a “fixed” (unchanging) place Numeric Data Types Lesson CS1313 Spring 2019 5
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Invisible Hand? • Was the growth of big business in the late 19th century a case of Adam Smith’s invisible hand? • What is the metaphor of the invisible hand mean to convey? • Free markets - - allowing people to act in their own self-interest - - promotes positive social outcomes even those these are not intentional.
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Homework Assignment • Reading: – Truth in Labeling: Disproportionality in Special Education • What are the different forms of disproportionality? • What factors contribute to disproportionality? • How might we address disproportionality? – White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack • What is the invisible knapsack? • What is in your invisible knapsack? • How might our “knapsack shape our view of the world? • Complete School-Wide TAC-D Survey
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In the 2007-2010 Financial Crisis, did the Invisible Hand work? ▫ Invisible Hand  The process that turns self-directed gain into social and economic benefit for all ▫ Without some regulation by governments the invisible hand can turn into a greedy hand ▫ There is good empirical evidence that shows that after deregulation of financial markets (Reagan, Clinton, Bush), banking and other financial crisis increased dramatically 13
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ACTIVIDAD #1 PRE-PRUEBA (50 puntos) En las siguientes oraciones se ha omitido el acento diacrítico. Coloca ese acento en las palabras subrayadas que lo precisen. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. El niño se quedó dormido en la falda de su mamá. Se mas cuidadoso cuando cruces la calle. Tu madre te envío este dinero. El maletín de mi vecina es aquel. Espero que me de detalles de lo ocurrido. Si lo preparas, aceptaría tomar te.
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POS-PRUEBA (50 puntos) En las siguientes oraciones se ha omitido el acento diacrítico. Coloca ese acento en las palabras subrayadas que lo precisen.  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. El niño se quedó dormido en la falda de su mamá. Se mas cuidadoso cuando cruces la calle. Tu madre te envío este dinero. El maletín de mi vecina es aquel. Espero que me de detalles de lo ocurrido. Si lo preparas, aceptaría tomar te.
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The Web: Visible and Invisible Information The visible Web is made up of HTML Web pages that search engines have chosen to include in their indices. Google, Alta Vista, Look Smart and others general purpose search engines all cover the surface of the Web but are limited in going into the deeper reaches of cyber space. There is an even greater amount of invisible information in databases which can’t be directly accessed by general purpose search engines, but it is never the less online and freely available to the savvy searcher.
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