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

 

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Amit Garg, eLearning Industry, Jan 18, 2022
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This post makes three points, two obvious, but one less so. The obvious points are that, first, Netflix is usually blocked in workplaces, so the question is moot, and second, people don't really learn a lot by simply watching video. They need to engage in quality practice for...

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Matt Deegan, Matt on Audio, Jan 18, 2022
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As readers know, I love my audio content. There's always music in my ears when I work, an audiobook on when I walk, and podcasts of all sorts when I cycle. And I can say that while this article offers tips for would-be podcasters, it may also surprise the reader a bit. For example:...

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Kathryn Hulick, The Gradient, Jan 18, 2022
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If your understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) is limited, this is a good place to start. Don't let the table of contents at the top throw you; it's a good brisk read that won't take you into too much depth. If you do understand AI, then consider this a guide to the...

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Video Teaching, Jan 18, 2022
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I didn't notice this article until it was highlighted in today's OEB newsletter (but the author is now in my RSS reader, so that won't happen again). It's a summary of a conference session with four papers (including the author's (slides on video...

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Antonette Shibani, Simon Knight, Simon Buckingham Shum, Finding Knowledge, Jan 18, 2022
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For learning analytics to be effective, argue the authors, students need to be...

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Sophie Freeman, Martin Gibbs, Bjørn Nansen, First Monday, Jan 17, 2022
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here's the main argument: "The increasing dependence on algorithms and automated curation to...

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Jason Kottke, Jan 17, 2022
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The builders are Japanese high school students, and the testing consists of putting increasing weights on the buildings and shaking the surface at various (and increasing) amplitude and frequency. It's great viewing, it looks like it was fun, and some surprising designs are surprisingly sturdy. And - of course - I'm a fan of hands-on problem solving like this, especially...

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Jessica McBride, Heavy, Jan 17, 2022
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Barry Mehler's video is some of the best viewing I've seen this week, and you should not draw any conclusions about this item until watching it in full (note: language warning). It's an introductory video to his class and while...

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Scott Jaschik, Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed, Jan 17, 2022
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Not long after throwing up a paywall after years of providing open access, Inside Higher ed has been acquired by its longtime collaboration partner Times Higher Education. Note that if...

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