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Janet Ahn, Chief Learning Officer, Sept 21, 2022
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"Traditional DEI efforts are failing," writes Janet Ahn. Instead, "If you're looking for a scientific solution to DEI, you must start with identity. If we are to persuade anyone to behave more inclusively, we must look for ways to help them feel good about themselves and...

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At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the education system in Canada and around the world received an unexpected shock as schools, colleges and universities closed and people began working and learning from home. As faculty, instructors, students, administrators, policy-makers and funders, we learned a lot. But what can we expect in the future? In this webinar, Contact North I Contact Nord Research Associate Stephen Downes discusses the 10 major educational technology tools, methods and developments that are expected to be more widely adopted within two to three years and will likely be mainstream by 2030.

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Anders Sandberg, Practical Ethics, Sept 20, 2022
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What are the ethics of artificially generated content? This article focuses on art, but it could be anything, really, and where it focuses on (new and would-be) artists, we could think of it as applying to any student in any learning context. In particular, we could (and...

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Tom Daccord, EdTechTeacher, Sept 20, 2022
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This article is a bit disjointed as it struggles to pull together the strands of virtual reality, blockchain and artificial intelligence that combine to form the metaverse. But it does make the important point that the metaverse will require interconnectivity between systems,...

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Alison Badgett, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Sept 20, 2022
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This is one of those articles that reads better from the bottom up than the top down. Reading it this way will allow you to learn what systems change is and how to do it before the more polemical section on why it's important. And it highlights one of the...

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GetBengal, Sept 20, 2022
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This is a short tribute to Dwarkanath Ganguly (1844-1898), a schoolteacher in British-ruled Bengal (India) in the late 19th-century. It focuses on his support for "Kadambini Basu nee Ganguly, who was one of the first female graduates of India and later went on to study medicine and became one of the first female...

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Chris Dede, Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Sept 20, 2022
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According to Chris Dede (9 page PDF), "The world has become hybrid--and will stay that way because many people and organizations value the new opportunities this presents." The pandemic "has...

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Yong Zhao, Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Sept 20, 2022
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"Although all schools are forced to return to normal, to the education that everyone had," writes Yong Zhao (7 page PDF), "it would be shameful to lose what COVID gave us in education." What did...

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An Alt-Ac's publishing dilemma

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/09/2022

Apostolos Koutropoulos, Sept 19, 2022
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My interest in submitting formal academic publications is pretty minimal, precisely because of the overhead demanded as documented here, though unlike Apostolos Koutropoulos my employer does have an expectation that I author a few every year. And it's this separation between 'academic' and what he calls here 'alt-ac' that draws my...

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Dalmeet Singh Chawla, Nature, Sept 19, 2022
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This is an important milestone. "The more than 60 million scientific-journal papers indexed by Crossref — the database that registers DOIs, or digital object identifiers, for many of the world's academic publications — now...

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Vriti Saraf, Mike Peck, Getting Smart, Sept 19, 2022
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We need, I think, to be careful to distinguish between decentralized and democratic. I don't think this article is that careful. The article makes two key points: "Democratized organizations...

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Attention is not a commodity

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/09/2022

Doc Searls, Doc Searls Weblog, Sept 19, 2022
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Doc Searls responds to a post from Scott Galloway comparing human attention to oil. "The scale of the world's largest companies, the wealth of its richest people, and the power of governments are all rooted in the extraction,...

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Hirsh Chitkara, Protocol, Sept 19, 2022
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According to Protocol, Balaji Srinivasan's The Network State is "a blueprint that, right or wrong, will inform how powerful tech leaders interact with governments for years to come." It suggests that individuals can organize themselves into...

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