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OLDaily, acrónimo de Online Learning Daily, es un boletín sobre e-learning mantenido por Stephen Downes

 

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Government of Canada, Sept 30, 2022
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Today we mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. "This page organizes a variety of resources into four sections: First Nations, Inuit, Métis and additional resources, to help you explore the history, languages, cultures, and...

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Blathnaid O’Dea, Silicon Republic, Sept 30, 2022
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Given that video is no more than a series of related images, this isn't as big a leap as you might think, though it no doubt requires a lot more computing power (as video does generally). Still, it shows how rapidly AI is moving into the creative space. "Meta revealed its new...

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uOCompetencies

Publicado en OLDaily el 30/09/2022

University of Ottawa, Sept 30, 2022
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From the website: "The University of Ottawa used a participatory methodology to develop this institutional competency framework... By establishing a common vocabulary for the development of learning outcomes for all learning activities, we can help students better understand the competencies they can acquire throughout their academic career." The full presentation (...

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Jessica Martins, Cryptosaurus, Sept 30, 2022
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This article highlights a tool launched by Holly Herndon called Holly+ "that enables other artists to create music using the AI-generated likeness of their voice. Works created using Holly+ are essentially outspoken deepfakes approved and...

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Saeed Khan, Medium, Sept 30, 2022
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A 'prioritization framework' is a mechanism whereby " Product Managers or product teams... score each feature or initiative on the factors in the framework, then plug those scores into a formula to come to an overall score for each feature." Instead of prioritizing features, Saeed Khan...

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Elizabeth Simon, WonkHe, Sept 29, 2022
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"My findings demonstrate that the association of university study with liberal cultural attitudes is almost entirely spurious," writes Elizabeth Simon. "British graduates exhibit more liberal cultural attitudes than non-graduates predominantly because liberals disproportionately select...

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Metaphors of Ed Tech

Publicado en OLDaily el 29/09/2022

Martin Weller, Athabasca University Press, Sept 29, 2022
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Martin Weller's latest book has been published in an open access online format (199 page PDF) by Athabasca University. "Metaphor provides a means... of considering ed tech...

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Florence Martin, Kui Xie, EDUCAUSE Review, Sept 29, 2022
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The seven areas are: digital learning technologies, instructional modalities, support services and personnel, policies and planning, instructor skills development, student skills...

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BCcampus, Sept 29, 2022
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The cornerstone of this post is a set of five short examples of instructors employing alternative approaches "to design assessment activities that would assess student learning in non-traditional ways." The examples take me back to my school days where my absolute favourite parts were the 'projects' I was encouraged to do (like the one on Ecuador, the one on the Danube River,...

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