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Neil Bowers, NEILB's Blog, May 03, 2021
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This post talks about the community around the Perl programming language, but it could be talking about any of the ed tech communities that so often refer to themselves as (say) the OER community or the learning technology community. At best, as in the case of Perl...

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That Alberta PSE Strategy (Finally)

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/05/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, May 03, 2021
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Alex Usher reviews the ...

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Ben Dickson, TechTalks, May 03, 2021
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This article (and also this one, in the fourth point) discusses the idea that intelligence is more than just brain states. This is known generally as the concept of 'embodied cognition', and hence in AI...

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Learning from a Māori worldview

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/05/2021

Education Gazette, May 03, 2021
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According to Wikipedia, "Kapa haka is the term for Māori action songs and the groups who perform them. It literally means 'group' (kapa) and 'dance' (haka)." Also, 'Te Ao Māori' is the Māori world view that "acknowledges the interconnectedness and...

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Mohsen Keshavarz, Andrea Ghoneim, International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, May 03, 2021
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This article provides an overview of the SECTIONS model as outlined in Tony Bates's Teaching in a Digital Age and then...

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Mighty

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/05/2021

Mighty, May 03, 2021
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"We're headed for a generational overhaul in the way web browsers work," said this intro in Protocol, "and this looks like part of the answer." 'This' is called Mighty, and the idea is to take your entire web browser and put it into the cloud. It's an intriguing idea that solves some problems for web users: first, the...

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Imre Lakatos

Publicado en OLDaily el 30/04/2021

Alan Musgrave, Charles Pigden, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Apr 30, 2021
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This is quite a good biography and overview of Imre Lakatos, a Hungarian philosopher of mathematics and science who fled to Britain in 1956 and landed at the London...

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Khadija Al-Ali, Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning, Apr 30, 2021
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This post looks at silence in a new light. "Feminists’ construction of voice and silence is trapped in an opposition, creating a dualism of voice, seen as always powerful, and silence, seen as always powerless," writes Khadija Al-Ali.  But...

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Scott Galloway, No Mercy / No Malice, Apr 30, 2021
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This is basically an argument that many institutions of higher education in the United States will close - they may survive the pandemic, but only as the walking dead. It's overstated, perhaps, but not wrong. The end will come the instant the university degree ceases to be...

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Jack Goldingham Newsom, Education Central, Apr 30, 2021
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I like this article because it shows how some kinds of education are entrenched in a reality that no longer exists (if, indeed, it ever did). For example: "why are we still doing ‘Buy a Car’ worksheets which often don’t put emphasis on the emissions...

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JISC, Apr 30, 2021
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The U.K.'s Jisc is leading an initiative to launch a new National Centre for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Tertiary Education. The centre "will identify effective AI solutions, measuring them against its ethical framework, and testing how they improve learner experiences... Its main aim is to ensure AI ...

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Alaa AlDahdouh, The Internet and Higher Education, Apr 30, 2021
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This paper examines information search behavior (ISB) by students in fragile and conflict-affected contexts (FCACs). The results show that they use the methodology commonly described in connectivism (aggregate - remix - repurpose - feed forward) but also...

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Christine Kenneally, The New Yorker, Apr 30, 2021
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This article takes a long time to get to the point; being a magazine article it fills us in with a lot of the background stories of the people involved. And the question isn't exactly "do brain implants change your identity?" but rather "how?" For example, they might change...

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Ian O'Byrne, Apr 30, 2021
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Some readers may not know that I've shared hundreds of my talks online. Each has its own presentation page usually containing slides, audio, video and, more recently, transcript. My approach and purpose is different from Ian O'Byrne's. His suggestions are mostly about repurposing and sharing the talk on social media,...

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Leesa Wheelahan, Gavin Moodie, Journal of Curriculum Studies, Apr 29, 2021
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There's a lot going on in this article and the sociology of Basil Bernstein is the least interesting part of it. The argument, in a nutshell, is that unlike the European...

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El agregador de todoELE recoge lo que se publica en blogs y otros sitios dedicados a la enseñanza y aprendizaje de ELE.
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