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When you combine the cuteness of adorable animals with funny wordplay, the result is always amusing. We’ve published several articles and illustrations on just this and we know that people love animal puns. They make people laugh and who wouldn’t love animals anyways. Many artists use animals as a subject for their creative work. One … Continue reading "25 Amusing Animal Puns That Are Seriously A-dog-able."

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David Sengeh, World Education Blog, Jul 16, 2021
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This post by Sierra Leone's education minister describes the use of radio as a tool to support distance learning during the pandemic. They were able to draw on lessons learned and infrastructure deployed during the Ebola outbreak between 2014 and 2016. "Very few households...

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Viggo Stacey, The PIE News, Jul 16, 2021
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I think attracting international students creates a pretty clear benefit for a nation, especially one like Tunisia, which has been developing its educational capacity in recent years. Tuition revenue is a small part of it - so small, in fact, that it makes more sense just to offer...

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Ishan Sudeera Abeywardena, University of Waterloo, ResearchGate, Jul 16, 2021
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This resource is a set of slides from a conference presentation and would really have benefited from more description. Readers can find more at Ishan Sudeera Abeywardena's...

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Miles Everson, Steve King, Carolyn Ockels, Harvard Business Review, Jul 16, 2021
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This article is mostly concerned about 'geoarbitrage' - living in low-cost areas...

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Frederic Filloux, Monday Note, Jul 16, 2021
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These are complaints that afflict both educational and media web services, and though I haven't purchased $1500 of content services each year, I've still seen a lot of this for myself (and no doubt, so have you): login and authentication issues, poor site search, zero...

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Andrey Kurenkov, Jul 15, 2021
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This is a long and detailed post I've consulted a number of times since its publication last September but for some reason haven't included here. Let me correct that now. It is a lengthy and authoritative overview of developments in artificial intelligence, and in particular, neural networks and connectionism. The...

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Marco Facchin, Synthese, Jul 15, 2021
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"Many philosophers claim that the neurocomputational framework of predictive processing entails a globally inferentialist and representationalist view of cognition," says Marco Facchin. "Here, I contend that this is not correct." Quite right. Indeed, I have said in the past that...

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There is no physics of human systems

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/07/2021

Jim McGee, McGee's Musings, Jul 15, 2021
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There's a lot more to this post than is actually stated in this post, especially when it comes to educational research, but if it serves as a starting point for some, then it will have served its purpose. Jim McGee's discussion starts with the definition of two terms:

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The Wyatt Sharpe Show

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/07/2021

Wyatt Sharpe, Jul 15, 2021
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When I was 12 years old I was publishing my own newspaper, The Eagle Report (I loved birds even then). It was a terrible product, mimeographed and poorly distributed. Technology today allows 12-year olds much greater reach and professionalism. This page is the home of Wyatt Sharpe...

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Manoel Cortes Mendez, Class Central, Jul 15, 2021
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Class Central Study Groups are a relatively recent development at the MOOC-centered website and arise out of a longstanding need. "You can think of them like a book club, but instead of reading a book, we’re taking an online course together with learners worldwide,...

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Laura Martin, The Scholarly Kitchen, Jul 15, 2021
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"None of us have just one identity," writes Laura Martin. "The concept of intersectionality highlights how multiple, overlapping identities and identity markers—such as race, class, age, gender, sexuality, and religion—contribute to how marginalized groups...

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