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Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology, Jun 09, 2021
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This short post reports on the the 2021 Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) report (hidden behind a spamwall) from Quality Matters and Eduventures Research. As the diagram clearly shows, the one technology institutions really invested in was videoconferencing, "...

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Jamie Gargatsougias, Think With Google, Jun 09, 2021
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"One of the new behaviours here to stay," writes google, "is streaming digital video through connected TV (CTV) in the living room." Maybe. But far more relevant for our purposes is this factoid: " there are several categories seeing growth in watch hours.... watch time...

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Never taught

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/06/2021

Doug Peterson, doug — off the record, Jun 09, 2021
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Though there are many statues around the country to remind us of our history, I was never taught about residential schools and the effort to "remove the Indian...

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RSS and the Browser As Social Network

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/06/2021

Stephen Downes, Jun 09, 2021

RSS survived being disappeared because it continued to perform a valuable service for the people that used it, and because platforms remained available to create and consume RSS content. It's less clear that it will survive being co-opted by the browser-as-social-network.

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Shishir Mehrotra, Coda, Jun 09, 2021
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This is very clever. Oh, not so much the content of the piece, though I admit it was enticing; I was pulled in by an 'everybody in tech is reading this' kind of post and attracted by the content. No, what's clever is the way this is effectively an advertisement for Coda, which...

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The Zoom Where It Happens

Publicado en OLDaily el 08/06/2021

Summer Moore Batte, Stanford Magazine, Jun 08, 2021
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This is one of those images that is destined to become apocryphal over time, much like that 'learning machine' photo or the 'giant chalkboard' photo. This like is to some PR in Stanford Magazine; there's more about it in this...

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My top EdTech CPD tips

Publicado en OLDaily el 08/06/2021

David Hopkins, Learning Design & Learning Technology, Jun 08, 2021
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This is a continuation of the #JuneEdTechChallenge and is David Hopkins's contribution for June 6. His 'top tip' for continuing professional development (CPD) is "to use your network to find the activity, use your network to stay motivated, and use the...

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My post-pandemic learning list

Publicado en OLDaily el 08/06/2021

Elliott Masie, Chief Learning Officer, Jun 08, 2021
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Probably everybody is coming through the pandemic with a renewed sense of what's worth learning (and, perhaps, what's not). This is Elliott Masie's list, and to me it's a blend of things he should have been studying already (engagement, dashboards, personal curation and...

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Web Courseworks, Jun 08, 2021
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This is advertising copy created to market a particular LMS to trade associations. I thought it would be interesting to see what benefits are being touted. Here's the list: co-branded sub-portals (to spread out the cost, I guess); learner submission of performance details (so they can add things like continuing education (CE) records); course recommendations and learning...

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Clark Quinn, Learnlets, Jun 08, 2021
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In my professional life I'm frequently faced with a request for some document or another where a model version of the document would be a real help. And if, say in the case of a proposal, it's being evaluated, a rubric would be a real help as well. And I see a similar need in just about...

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