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23 février 2020

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OPCO MobilitésOPCO Mobilités
Formation professionnelle et coaching
Meudon, Île-de-France 6,085 abonnés

À propos
OPCO Mobilités : opérateur de compétences des métiers de la mobilité. Constitué au 1er avril 2019, OPCO Mobilités est mandaté par les partenaires sociaux de 22 branches professionnelles et la RATP pour mettre en œuvre et décliner leur politique de formation et de GPEC. Centré sur le renouvellement de la population active et l’adaptation permanente des compétences des salariés, il intègre les orientations fixées par la réforme de la formation professionnelle avec notamment la priorité donnée aux entreprises de moins de 50 salariés et à l’alternance. OPCO Mobilités se fixe comme ambition de contribuer à structurer l’emploi et les compétences des métiers de la mobilité des personnes et des marchandises, s’inscrivant pleinement dans les enjeux des transitions numériques, énergétiques et écologiques.
Les missions d'OPCO Mobilités sont ainsi de :

  • - Développer les synergies des acteurs de la mobilité pour apporter aux branches professionnelles concernées l’appui technique qu’elles attendent, notamment en terme d’observatoire des métiers et d’ingénierie de certifications
  • - Assurer le financement et la promotion de l’alternance selon les politiques et niveaux de prise en charge définis par les branches
  • - Assurer le financement du plan de développement des compétences des petites et très petites entreprises
  • - Assurer un service de proximité notamment au bénéfice des très petites, petites et moyennes entreprises.

Chiffres clés :

  • - 210 000 entreprises
  • - 1 600 000 salariés
  • - 60 000 alternants
  • - 22 conventions collectives adhérentes + RATP

Les branches et secteurs professionnels :

  • - Agences de voyages et de tourisme, guides
  • - Distributeurs conseils hors domicile
  • - Ports et manutention
  • - RATP
  • - Services de l’automobile
  • - Transports et manutention ferroviaires
  • - Transports fluviaux de fret et de passagers
  • - Transports maritimes
  • - Transports routiers de marchandises et activités auxiliaires
  • - Transports routiers de voyageurs
  • - Transports sanitaires
  • - Transports urbains
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21 février 2020


By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. @bluesky
Tim Bray, Ongoing, 2019/12/25
These are reflections from Tim Bray (who knows a thing or two about protocols) on Twitter's @Bluesky proposal to create a decentralized social network. Will it work? he asks. Probably not. There are too many things that can't be fixed via the protocol alone - things like "the messy political mechanisms behind our imperfect but essential legal and regulatory frameworks." But maybe it could work, he says, with carefully designed APIs and the sort of AI-based indirection proposed by Stephen Wolfram. And there needs to be some mechanism to define 'verifiable or not' in the network's algorithms, he says. More...

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20 février 2020

On the network effect and PLN’s

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. On the network effect and PLN’s
Clint Lalonde, Ed Tech Factotum, 2020/01/15
Clint Lalonde describes his thinking and efforts to convince people to use Mastodon, noting that it's hard to get a social network off the ground because of the network effect, that is, the idea that networks become much more useful as the number of people using them grow, but which means they can appear less desirable at the early stages. I don't see Mastodon as an alternative to Twitter (which I continue to use as a broadcasting tool) but as an alternative to Facebook (in other words, as a place to form community and chat). Also, I will never overcome "the hesitation around 'using' people." I don't believe in using people. I am happy to contribute to community and to converse with friends, but the minute I start assessing a network based on 'what I can get out of it' my motivation and my relationship with the network is broken. More...

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17 février 2020

Fediverse field trip

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Fediverse field trip
Doug Belshaw, Open Educational Thinkering, 2019/04/04
This is a look at a number of the lesser-known federated social networking applications (known collectively as the 'fediverse', and known as 'federated' because there is no central website, but rather a 'federation' of interconnetced websites). More...

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14 février 2020

Networked Learning in a Networked World

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Networked Learning in a Networked World
I will be in Kuala Lampur during the Future of Learning in a Networked World taking place in January in Thailand, but as Teemu Leinonen (who will be in Bogota) says, most of the event will take place online. And I will be watching with interest. Anyhow, as his contribution to the event, Leinonen tackles the groups and networks debate again, introducing non-formal learning: "Networked learning can also be non-formal. Non-formal means that it is informal but with objectives." And then he turns it around: "I would like to see that 'networked learning' is considered as non-formal or formal learning taking place in a non-hierarchical groups that are constructed from the participants' social networks." Leigh Blackall (another FLNW participant) responds, "Networked learning and non formal learning can appear to be connected if we look at networking, grouping and learning as a sequence, but they are not necessarily." Quite so. More...

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T-Mobile and Twitter

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. T-Mobile and Twitter
T-Mobile is blocking Twitter. In their notification to clients the mobile phone serv ice provider writes, "Therefore, T-Mobile is not in violation of any agreement by not providing service to Twitter. T-Mobile regrets any inconvenience, however please note that if you remain under contract and choose to cancel service, you will be responsible for the $200 early termination fee that would be assessed to the account at cancellation." Mark Bernstein says, "T-Mobile's decision to block Twitter could just possibly be the end of the internet." Maybe that's a bit extreme. But, importantly, this is what happens when free content competes with commercial content. The free content is blocked by the service provider, which offers exactly the same thing for fifty cents a message. More...

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Demand for Decentralized Social Networks

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Demand for Decentralized Social Networks
This is going to become a lot bigger. In a nutshell, the idea is that your blogging application - WordPress, say - should be your social network. As Om Malik describes it. So that insofar as data is winging its way from one site to another, you - using your own software - are in charge. See Jens Alfe on distributed identification. It's time for distributed social network applications. More...

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12 février 2020

Social Networking, the Third Place, and the Evolution of Communication

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Social Networking, the Third Place, and the Evolution of Communication
This document from the New Media Consortium is an interesting way to present online reading material - but I find that way too much space is used supporting the comments, resulting in a lot of wasted space on the page (it doesn't help that the width is static, and roughly half the width of my browser window to begin with). The document's premises - that changes in technology are changing the way communicate - seems sensible enough, but whether the explanation of that change lies in a description of the locus of communication is perhaps less convincing. Here's the PDF version of the paper. More...

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Social Network Transitions

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Social Network Transitions
What will the next big thing be? "It will be a situationally relevant social experience that exploits dense, underserved clusters, treating the ego-centric aspects as a sub-feature." If that's not clear, then you want to read this post, which makes a very useful distinction between ego-based and object-based social networks (the former center around people, the way Facebook does, the latter around objects, such as photos, the way Flickr does). Because ego-centered social networks do not have objects around which to based networks, they need to mine dense clusters opf relationships - in the case of Facebook, for example, previously existing social strata in schools and colleges. Any migration from Facebook will have to be similarly based. "I'm almost certain that the experience will be mobile based, incorporating geolocational data and personal beacons," writes Fred Stutzman. Via Terry Anderson, who asks, "what combination of ego-centric versus object-centered site is most appropriate?" My own approach has been to think of learning networks as neither object nor ego centered, but rather, to be centered around some activity or purpose. More...

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03 février 2020

Overlap of User Communities in Social Networking Sites

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Overlap of User Communities in Social Networking Sites
This is the first quantification of the social network overlap problem that I've seen. How bad is it? Well, 64 percent of Facebook users also have MySpace accounts. Beyond Facebook and MySpace it drops sharply, with the sole exception of LinkedIn, which draws a lot of Ning and Plaxo users. I wish the survey had also included LiveJournal, which is often (inexplicably) left out of these social network comparisons, despite its millions of socially networked users. More...

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