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Web3, Crypto & Learning

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/11/2021

Mercedes Bent, 0x11f8…f74281, Nov 19, 2021
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This is part of what we should be expecting in learning technology in the medium to long term future and falls under the heading of what I have been calling 'e-learning 3.0', or 'distributed learning technology'. This article focuses on the crypto side of it. It is one of very few...

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Terry Freedman, ICT & Computing in Education, Nov 19, 2021
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I solve cryptograms in my head. I think most anyone could, with (perhaps) some instruction and practice. This is only one of the many ways I can manage large quantities of information at...

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Kris Taylor, TaughtUp, Nov 19, 2021
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Here's a blast from the past. It's the model based on a five-step process for developing learning resources: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE). "I would not define ADDIE as outdated as it is still the most thoroughly used instructional design process,"...

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Phil Hill, PhilOnEdTech, Nov 18, 2021
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This is a good look at there 2U and the online program manager (OPM) market in general are going, at least in the United States. Quoting Michael Feldstein, Phil Hill observes "MIT and Harvard betrayed their commitment to their partners and to the ostensibly public-good mission of EdX,"...

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Lock-in

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/11/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Nov 18, 2021
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Alex Usher looks at the oft-touted strategy of mobilizing university resources to develop a regional innovation cluster. It involves a process of working with the local business community, identifying opportunities, and committing resources to developing expertise...

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Creativity In Instructional Design

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/11/2021

Connie Malamed, eLearning Coach, Nov 18, 2021
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I found the process described in this article useful, and it's interesting to layer the creativity loop over the instructional design process, but I wish the author had used some other word than 'creativity'. That's because, in this context, creativity is defined as "the...

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Goodbye, Google! Part I

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/11/2021

Jason S. Todd, CAT FooD, Nov 18, 2021
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If you want to truly appreciate the meaning of 'lock-in' consider the case of an entire institution migrating its cloud presence from Google to Microsoft and the implication it has on individual employees. In theory almost everything will survive the transitions (except videos, which...

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