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Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology, Apr 29, 2021
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I sort of feel obligated to capture this discussion, even though none of the six will be new to readers, and even though one of them ("quality online learning") isn't even a technology (the others, for the record, are "artificial intelligence", "open educational resources", "...

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Tony Bates, Online learning and distance education resources, Apr 29, 2021
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Tony Bates comments on the most recent report from OECD on the state of education as impacted by the pandemic. The most telling remark in his short synopsis...

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National Education Policy Center, Apr 29, 2021
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This article contributes to what is an emerging debate about 'learning loss' from the pandemic. The solution being proposed in some quarters, writes Nancy Flanagan, is "not reviewing what he may have missed—it’s accelerating. Going faster. Catching up, then presumably surging ahead. Winning." Because "your kid doesn’t need remediation to...

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Breaking Camp

Publicado en OLDaily el 29/04/2021

Casey Newton, Apr 29, 2021
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A debate has erupted this week at the software company Basecamp after its directors announced an end to social and political discussion in the workplace. The move is viewed by many as ironic as Basecamp was previously known for an enlightened workplace culture and its directors actually published several books on the subject. This serves to "paint a portrait of a company...

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Todd Feathers, Vice, Apr 29, 2021
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This post belongs more in the ethics department than on a learning technology list, but it does underscore the key fact that the use of automated filtering and content management will not automatically fix online discussions. Of course we knew that, but it's important to understand why...

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Annie Prud’homme-Généreux, Faculty Focus, Apr 29, 2021
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This is a five-part series on structuring online discussions. Parts of it feel very dated - for example, the bit where students say "the lack of emotional cues about the author of a written post makes it difficult to properly formulate a response." That sounds more like...

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Richard Byrne, Free Technology for Teachers, Apr 29, 2021
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This is an emerging class of tools that could have a significant impact over the longer term. Today, they analyze students' writing and make suggestions for improvement. That's a far sight better than simply producing a grade. Richard Byrne surveys four such tools in...

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Future Learning Environments 2021

Publicado en OLDaily el 28/04/2021

Stephen Downes, Apr 28, 2021

This is a conversation with a working group based in Kazakhstan studying the future of the institution, both in the short term, to respond to the post-pandemic environment, and also in the longer term, considering what the ideal learning environment might look like. No slides. For audio and video please see https://www.downes.ca/presentation/548

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Emily Baron Cadloff, University Affairs, Apr 28, 2021
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I've been watching TikTok videos for some time now, and I have to confess, I'm getting bored with it. Now this is possible a result of the algorithm sending me an increasingly bland selection of content (may it knows me all too well) or maybe it's me wanting something...

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Proctorio – Unis as custodians

Publicado en OLDaily el 28/04/2021

Martin Weller, The Ed Techie, Apr 28, 2021
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I think that the intent behind this article is to note that Ian Linkletter is facing...

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Michael Geist, Apr 28, 2021
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Michael Geist has been writing recently (here and here) about what he calls the government’s "stunning, dangerous, and...

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David Tvrdon, The Fix, Apr 28, 2021
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The number of people lining up for the opportunity to pay for podcasts is exactly zero. But publishers are going to inflict on them anyways, because, after all, they have to pay back all the money they borrowed in order to acquire most of the podcasting services out there. This is exactly...

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Keri Facer, Neil Selwyn, UNESCO Futures of Education, Apr 28, 2021
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My first reaction to the paper was negative - the title seems condescending to me. The authors argue that "if we are concerned to create educational practices that work towards the...

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Robert David, Chief Learning Officer, Apr 28, 2021
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What I wonder most of all on reading this post is how much executive education is really as broken as suggested here. Sure, as the article says, an academic classes "affords very little opportunity for executives to get out there, roll up their sleeves and put what they...

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Future Learning Environments

Publicado en OLDaily el 28/04/2021

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This is a conversation with a working group based in Kazakhstan studying the future of the institution, both in the short term, to respond to the post-pandemic environment, and also in the longer term, considering what the ideal learning environment might look like. No slides.

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