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Wes Kao, Future, Jun 16, 2021
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This article, published on Andreessen Horowitz 's new platform Future (more), makes a good point about the changing state of play in online learning: "the rise of cohort-based courses (CBCs),...

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Lee Rainie, Janna Anderson, Emily A. Vogels, Pew, Jun 16, 2021
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This Pew report is essentially a collection of responses from experts on a set of questions related to...

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Whats Going On At SkillSoft?

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/06/2021

Josh Bersin, Jun 15, 2021
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This is an interesting look at SkillSoft, in part because it describes the trajectory other EdTech companies that were acquired and taken private may be looking it in the near future, and in part because it describes the market companies like Coursera and Udacity are now playing in. "The company now boasts the largest library of content in the world (more than 10,000 titles,...

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Caring for Students Playbook

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/06/2021

Susan Adams, et.al., Online Learning Consortium, Jun 15, 2021
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Daniel Christian links to...

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Chris Coyier, CSS-Tricks, Jun 15, 2021
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A lot of the work I've been doing with gRSShopper over the last few months is very similar in nature to what's being discussed here - "building out the user-facing site through the WordPress REST API rather than the traditional WordPress theme structure." For me, it has meant a lot of...

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Khan Academy Expanding To Littles

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/06/2021

Peter Greene, Curmudgucation, Jun 15, 2021
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I encountered this post just last week on NEPC and it responds to an interview...

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Jyoti Motwani, Coursera Blog, Jun 15, 2021
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It says something about the state of interoperability of learning resources that, despite decades of standards efforts, there is a company that specializes in transferring content from one LMS to another. That company is K16 Solutions,...

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Mark Johnson, Improvisation Blog, Jun 14, 2021
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There's a lot to agree with in this post, starting with the assertion that we should step back from the pro- and anti-AI camps and look at this whole thing more reasonable. AI is an incredible field to study not because it will produce robot teachers but because it has the...

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Ben Dickson, TechTalks, Jun 14, 2021
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The gist of this article is that recent AIs have outperformed humans in computer chip design, which may be read as 'the virtuous cycle of AI designing chips for AI," but also has some interesting comments to make about the important role analogy plays in human reasoning. It also...

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Marek Dudáš, EmergingEdTech, Jun 14, 2021
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This article feels like a 'guest post' promoting a specific product, though it allows me to address some wider points. There's this space where graphs and concept maps interact and as I've been working on an open graph for gRSShopper I've come across a number of approaches,...

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