through Multi-lingual Modeling and Disagreement Management.
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TOPIC: Collaborative approaches to cultural heritage for social cohesion
Topic identifier: DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-11-2019
Publication date: 27 October 2017
Focus area: Digitising and transforming European industry and services (DT)
Types of action: RIA Research and Innovation action
Deadline Model: single-stage
Planned opening date: 06 November 2018
Deadline: 14 March 2019 17:00:00
This Norm-Critical process pattern specializes to:
Enhancing Social Integration by Enhancing Language Integration:
Enhancing Social Integration
through Multi-lingual Story-telling:
• Outer circle: Enhancing Social Integration
supported by Enhancing Language Integration.
• Middle circle: Collectigence-based Cross-Cultural Collaboration
supported by Conceptual Bridging and Dialogue Mapping.
• Inner circle: Multi-lingual Story-telling
supported by Conzilla-based Modeling.
• Radially: The inner circle supports the middle circle, which supports the outer circle.
Some Relevant Conzilla Maps:
The Concept Improvement Process:
The Concept Improvement Process with Context Metadata:
Peeking into the “Sculpturing a Conceptual Skeleton” process:
Sculpturing a Conceptual Skeleton:
Peeking into the “Patterns of Engagement” model:
Peeking into the “Nose-to-nose” model:
Peeking into “The Recursice (modified) SECI Model”:
The Recursice (modified) SECI Model:
The Recursice (modified) SECI Model with metadata:
Peeking into “KIM’s OADI-SMM Model”:
KIM’s OADI-SMM Model (of Single- and Double-loop
Individual and Organizational Learning):
The Concept Improvement Model
(displayed in the full Conzilla window):
Configuring the modeling language in Conzilla:
Available modeling languages in Conzilla (Java locale) 1:
Available modeling languages in Conzilla (Java locale) 2:
Available modeling languages in Conzilla (Java locale) 3:
Available modeling languages in Conzilla (Java locale) 4: