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Cristian T. Duque, LMS Pulse, Jun 27, 2019
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There's a lot of jargon in the title. SDG means 'Sustainable Development Goal', and there are 17 of these defined by the United Nations and articulated in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development...

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Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/06/2019

W3C, Jun 27, 2019
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The "Completely Automated Public Turing Test, to Tell Computers and Humans Apart" (CAPTCHA) can be found all over the internet. I have a terrible time with it because my eyes just aren't good enough to count school buses on...

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Calle Bravo Murillo España, como casi todos -por no decir todos- los países del mundo, tiene una larga tradición de magia y brujería (tienes un ejemplo en la expresión haberlas haylas).  Durante el siglo XX parecía que estas creencias y prácticas iban a desaparecer, y sin embargo, aquí están, entre nosotros de nuevo, en plena forma, con anuncios por las calles y con tiendas

If there are enough registrations in advance I will offer a 2019 edition of the E-Learning 3.0 course (last year's: https://el30.mooc.ca ) I am opening the registrations starting today - to register, you can fill in the form here.


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Jennifer Davis Poon, E-School News, Jun 26, 2019
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The topic of 'agency' was the last of nine topics in the E-Learning 3.0 course and the one that has given me the most pause for thought recently. I won't say that this article is the final word on the subject - not even close - but it's helpful in framing some thinking. A lot...

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The Geometry of Thought

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/06/2019

Barbara Tversky, Edge, Jun 26, 2019

This isn't the way I think about thinking (it's more constructivist than connectivist) but it is interesting nonetheless to read about Barbara Tversky and "structure, dots and lines and boxes and networks and categories and hierarchies and cycles and spirals and descriptions and linear if zig-zag explanations and arguments and conversations and stories and chaotic intriguing collages. Spatial structures that we create by actions of the mind and put into world."

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Knowledge Exchange, Jun 26, 2019
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You can't just read the summary; the information isn't there. But the full report (135 page PDF) released earlier today is a quick read. It begins with a summary of the issues raised in the ten interviews with open access...

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Getting Smart, Jun 26, 2019
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As this article summarizes, " Google announced enhancements to Classroom, a new...

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Michelle Starr, Science Alert, Jun 26, 2019
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George Siemens comments on this, "It's networks all the way down." And you can see why. The Periodic Table of the Elements has a much more network-like feel after this reworking by mathematicians at the Max...

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Bryan Alexander, Jun 26, 2019
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Bryan Alexander recounts the story of what happened when people in Michigan were given the option of setting budget priorities. “No matter the size of the group, no matter where in the state, the results were always the same: Higher education should go on the chopping block.”  He asks, "How will this story play out in the future?  How much longer...

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Lettie Y. Conrad, The Scholarly Kitchen, Jun 25, 2019
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We've seen a number of automated content generation services previously in these pages. This article raises the question: who will read what they write? In some cases (such as the auto-written Washington Post articles) they will be read by people who don't know and don't...

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Hey! This isn't what I signed up for!

Publicado en OLDaily el 25/06/2019

Apostolos K., Multilitteratus Incognitus, Jun 25, 2019
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I often read articles saying professors should be required to take classes in digital pedagogy and similar subjects, so they'll be better teachers. Typically, though, this isn't what someone who spent (say) an academic career studying physics wants to do. As one...

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Inge de Waard, Ignatia, Jun 25, 2019
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This post wanders a bit, but it ultimately makes a good point: "Whether we say learners must self-direct, or self-regulate or self-determine their learning, inevitably this means we are talking about learners that are willing to learn, and are capable of learning." Which is pretty much to...

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Te voy a explicar un truco rápido para saber si tienes que escribir quienquiera (junto) o quien quiera (separado). Quienquiera en una sola palabra es equivalente a cualquiera. Podrás sustituirlo por este último término. En el siguiente ejemplo, quienquiera está bien utilizado: (1) Las autoridades dijeron que quienquiera que lo encuentre debe llamar al número
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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.
También se incluyen sitios sobre educación que nos parecen especialmente interesantes, aunque no traten específicamente de ELE, como OLDaily.

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