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Colin Wood, EdScoop, Jun 20, 2019
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Google has launched what we are told is "an easier way for educators to find enriching and district-compliant tools through what it’s calling the App Hub." The website used Google Certified Educators (or other partners) to...

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Richard Brown, Jun 20, 2019
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Commenting on a recent interview of David Chalmers Richard Brown discusses some (relatively) recent arguments regarding whether consciousness is a biological phenomenon (or, say, a functional or computational phenomenon),...

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Stigmergy

Publicado en OLDaily el 20/06/2019

Steve Dodson, Language Hat, Jun 20, 2019
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I've used the word 'stigmergy' on a few of occasions in the past. This article, in addition to referencing a definition ("the trace left in the environment by an action"), makes the point thet 'stigmergy' is a good word while '...

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Otto Petrovic, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Jun 20, 2019
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What's interesting about this paper (10 page PDF) is that it covers familiar ground from a quite distinct perspective. The result is that the...

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Probablemente estaremos de acuerdo en que trabajar con imágenes es uno de los recursos más potentes con los que contamos los profesores para propiciar el aprendizaje de nuestros alumnos.

En la actualidad y debido a los avances tecnológicos, una parte importante de lo que comunicamos en nuestro día a día se orienta a través de canales visuales. Es por ello que, a la hora de definir qué es una imagen, probablemente nos venga a la cabeza una representación gráfica (es el caso de una fotografía o una ilustración) o bien algo que vemos en este momento. En ambos casos, nos estaríamos refiriendo al concepto de imagen externa.

Por otro lado, el concepto de imagen también puede hacer referencia a aquella que no procede de un estímulo exterior,...

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Whence the Virtue of Open

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/06/2019

Stephen Downes, Jun 19, 2019

I think that the case can be pretty unequivocally made that open access is not always a virtue. So why would I say it's a virtue, and what could I possibly mean by that?

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Tobias Ley, British Journal of Educational Technology, Jun 19, 2019
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This article surveys three "examples of the use of knowledge structures in intelligent systems for workplace learning," (APOSDLE, MATURE and Learning Layers) and describes the development of such tools as domain, task and competency models, among others....

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The Economic Value of Digital Identity

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/06/2019

Irving Wladawsky-Berger, Jun 18, 2019
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This article summarizes and comments on a recent McKinsey report on digital identity (previously covered here). The focus here is on identity as commodity. "McKinsey estimates that over half the economic value of digital ID will accrue to individuals in a variety of roles including consumers, workers, and asset...

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Clark Glymour, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, Jun 18, 2019
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If you think I am sometimes sharp with my criticism you should reas Clark Glymour's scathing review of Rani Lill Anjum and Stephen Mumford's Causation in Science and the Methods of Scientific Discovery to see how it's really done. Clark Glymour, just to...

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Brian Kenny, Bill Sahlman, Harvard Business Review, Jun 18, 2019
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The answer is 'probably not'. But we'll get to that. The article is an interview with Bill Sahlman, who authored a HBS case study of Khan Academy (you have to pay for it, because...

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jExcel v3

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/06/2019

Paul Hodel, Jun 18, 2019
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So this is pretty neat: "jExcel is a lightweight vanilla javascript plugin to create amazing web-based interactive tables and spreadsheets compatible with Excel or any other spreadsheet software. You can create an online spreadsheet table from a JS array, JSON, CSV or XSLX files. You can copy from excel and paste straight to your jExcel spreadsheet and vice versa. It is very...

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Alexia Mezzini, EmergingEdTech, Jun 18, 2019
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In what has the appearance of a paid-placement post the author extols the benefits of on-demand tutoring. "A student that’s struggling with advanced chemistry can quickly locate someone that’s certified and safe. This provides the tutors with a reliable source of new...

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Dialectic of open

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/06/2019

Heather Morrison, University of Ottawa, Jun 18, 2019
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This presentation applies 'critical dialectics' (ie., "logic focusing on contradictions in social context") to analyze the phenomenon where "the word open is used as if the concept were essentially good." It is not hard to think of instances of 'open' which are bad - an '...

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