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Virtual Peer Assists

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/04/2020

Nancy White, Full Circle Associates, Apr 17, 2020
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Nancy White has been doing online facilitation for a long time and her advice is specific and helpful. This post focuses on the practice of peer assists using Zoom (I like that it's not about doing an online class or webinar). At its simplest, a peer assist...

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Rajiv Jhangiani, Friday Morning Coffee, Apr 17, 2020
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So I guess it's going to be called "remote learning" by everybody. Not my first choice (I still prefer "online learning", which is what it is) but it could have been given much worse names (like "remote instruction"). Anyhow, this article is addressed to former in-class...

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Libraries Brace for Budget Cuts

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/04/2020

Lindsay McKenzie, Inside Higher Ed, Apr 17, 2020
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I think we all know this, but it bears repeating. "Higher education institutions will “not be in a position to pay publishers millions of dollars for research that is behind a paywall,” says...

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COVID-19: What comes next

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/04/2020

Michael Feldstein, e-Literate, Apr 16, 2020
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The pundits have now swung into prediction mode (all the while saying predictions are impossible to make at this juncture), and here Michael Feldstein weighs in with what I think are some reasonable perspectives. Here they are (quoted and paraphrased):

  • everyone will...
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Richard Byrne, Free Technology for Teachers, Apr 16, 2020
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Common Craft have been doing fun informative videos since forever, and the need seems acute now to be able to separate fact from opinion, so this seems like a good link to pass along. Also, Richard Byrne has been creating short instructional videos for a long time, so...

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Maha Bali, Reflecting Allowed, Apr 16, 2020
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I want to respond to Maha Bali's title by saying "yes it is." I've been watching the concept of care over the years move through the disciplines. I remember Jenny Mackness raising the...

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The digital erosion of trust

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/04/2020

David White, Apr 16, 2020
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This post references and contains a link to the OER20 presentation given by the author along with Bonnie Stewart. In it the good point is made, "it could be considered caring to track students in digital platforms to understand how they are engaging with their learning. It can also be considered...

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Updating Your Online Learning Strategy

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/04/2020

Darcy Hardy, Blackboard Blog, Apr 16, 2020
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I was listening to a webcast today where participants were talking about professors not being able to imagine any way of teaching online other than giving a lecture at the regular time. This brings to mind one of the questions listed in this article: "What have we learned about our...

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Anthony Jackson, Getting Smart, Apr 16, 2020
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Good article written from an American point of view about how a school district in Canada addresses and works against prejudice in its schools. The author remarks on how rare it is, but I would like to think similar conversations are taking place in schools across Canada (though...

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James Carr, John Dickens, Schools Week, Apr 16, 2020
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The resource, which will be called the Oak National Academy, "will consist of around 180 filmed lessons from experts across different subjects, covering from early years up to year 10." It...

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OAPEN launches on new platform

Publicado en OLDaily el 16/04/2020

Elisabeth Ernst, OPERAS, Apr 16, 2020
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The Open Access Publishing in European Networks (OAPEN) Library system has moved to a new DS[ace platform. This enables new features, including "new browsing options based on license or publication type (book or chapter), and ... a REST search API...

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Tony Bates, Contact North, Apr 15, 2020
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The whole world has suddenly discovered we need guides and courses to teach people how to teach online, but Tony Bates covered the territory pretty well in 2015, especially for traditional institution-based instructors. But of course newly minted online instructors probably won't take...

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Gasta Goes Global

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/04/2020

Gasta, Apr 15, 2020
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Gasta in this case is basically Pecha Kucha, but with an Irish flavour. This online version wasn't exactly 'global', with presentations mostly from the British Isles, Canada, the U.S., and Maha Bali from Egypt. Though the presentations were brisk, the introductions weren't, and so the overall effect is mixed. The best bit was Sheila MacNeill suggesting that exams and proctoring...

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Learning Revolution - Recordings

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/04/2020

Steve Hargadon, Apr 15, 2020
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Steve Hargadon has been hosting online conferences longer than most people have been on the internet. This week he has been running the Learning Revolution miniconference. This page links to the recordings (the conference is run on Ning and Zoom). There's a follow-up conference...

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Martin Hawksey, MASHe, Apr 15, 2020
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This is part of the content of a larger webinar (slides for which can be found here) describing how Alt hosted its OER20 online conference. This particular...

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