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Irving Wladawsky-Berger, Oct 04, 2021
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This post summarizes a recent McKinsey report, The new digital edge: Rethinking...

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On the Internet, We’re Always Famous

Publicado en OLDaily el 04/10/2021

Chris Hayes, The New Yorker, Oct 04, 2021
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This is more of a longish Sunday read than a quick review at the desk Monday morning, so maybe save it for that. Author Chris Hayes tries to put his finger on why the internet has become dystopian. He suggests that what has changed is that each of us could now become famous - defined...

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In this latest installment of Chats in Linguistic Diversity, I talk to Professor Aneta Pavlenko about multilingualism through the ages.

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Publicado en OLDaily el 01/10/2021

nick shackleton-jones, aconventional, Oct 01, 2021
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We can make the point here by overstating it: if something matters to us, we remember it, and if it doesn't, we don't. Sure, that's an exaggeration, but let it pass. Now consider: "neither slates nor books nor computers have reactions to anything, though, so will never...

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Meta-ethics of learning design

Publicado en OLDaily el 01/10/2021

Clark Quinn, Learnlets, Oct 01, 2021
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It's a hoary old fallacy: you say to your opponent, "Why are you still stealing grapes?" The only response is to deny stealing grapes, but if you are fast enough you can slide right past that, pressing for an explanation: "is it because you can't afford them? if it because you're addicted...

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Debbie Fetter, Faculty Focus, Oct 01, 2021
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I applaud the effort to move away from proctored exams. An having open book exams in one way to do it. But I have my doubts about the use of 'honor codes' with statements like "I agree that I will not consult with other people about the exam questions and answers." Whether one...

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What's New in Publishing, Oct 01, 2021
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I'm including this article mostly because I want to be the first to suggest new branding for Google search: call it "Ask Mum". That's pretty much the direction the product is headed, as Google tries to move away from simple keyword searchers to actually answering questions using its Multitask Unified...

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Apostolos Koutropoulos, Multilitteratus Incognitus, Oct 01, 2021
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I've stopped posting links from Inside Higher Ed because it has started putting up paywalls in front of them. To judge by this article I'm not missing much. "Idiocies that used to be a comment left in an actual news article (one which you could ignore) now...

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El libro empieza con una cita buenísima: “Si puedes leer esto, es gracias a un maestro”. Alex Quigley es un docente que ahora mismo trabaja para la EEF (Education Endowment Fund...

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Jim Davies, University Affairs, Oct 01, 2021
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My question when I started reading this article was to wonder what the author meant by 'effective'. It was, of course, grades. He questions "whether there would be a difference between releasing all of the lectures at once ('the Netflix model') or releasing the videos week by week...

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Calls to Action

Publicado en OLDaily el 30/09/2021

First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada, Sept 30, 2021
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Subtitled 'Spirit Bear's Guide to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada', this is presented as a 'child friendly' guide to the TRC's recommendations. The guide (14 page PDF) is well-written and clear, though by 'child...

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Sept 30, 2021
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Ka-kí-kiskéyihtétan óma, namoya kinwés maka aciyowés pohko óma óta ka-hayayak wasétam askihk, ékwa ka-kakwéy miskétan kiskéyihtamowin, iyinísiwin, kistéyitowin, mina nánisitotatowin kakiya ayisiniwak, ékosi óma kakiya ka-wahkotowak.

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Assembly of First Nations, Sept 30, 2021
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This is a document from 2010 (51 page PDF) but it still occupies a central position on the Assembly of First Nations website on education issues. The premise is simple, and is...

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Phyllis Webstad, YouTube, Sept 30, 2021
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This is a short (two minute) video. "Orange Shirt day is an annual event held each September 30th in remembrance of the Canadian Residential School system and the impact of this government policy on First Nations. Phyllis Webstad presents her memories of Residential schools and the...

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Indigenous Canada

Publicado en OLDaily el 30/09/2021

Paul L. Gareau, University of Alberta, Sept 30, 2021
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You could start today to learn more about Indigenous Canada by enrolling in this free course offered by the University of Alberta through their Coursera MOOC platform. " From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today...

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