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qube

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/08/2020

qube, Aug 03, 2020
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qube (spelled with all lower case letters) combines Slack with Zoom and office layouts in order to create a virtual collaborative working environment. It's designed for offices, which means you can't just jump into it as an individual; you need to access one that has been set up. As Mark Derbecker says on ProductHunt, "The...

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Justin Weinberg, Daily Nous, Aug 03, 2020
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The philosophers make some good points - David Chalmers, for example, saying "there are surely many principled limitations on what language models can do, for example involving perception and action" and Justin Khoo suggesting that robot speech "is not speech in any sense deserving...

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Greta Anderson, Inside Higher Ed, Aug 03, 2020
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I think that even in safer countries like Canada I would hesitate before returning to in-person school, especially when the alternative of online learning exists. In the United States, I wouldn't consider it. And because the consequences are so predictable, colleges who really...

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Rebus Community

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/08/2020

Rebus Foundation, Aug 03, 2020
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According to this website, Rebus is "a global community working together to create and share Open Educational Resources (OER). Here you’ll find people, processes, and tools to support your publishing efforts. You can use this platform to start an open textbook project, give and receive guidance on publishing open textbooks, post and respond to calls for contributors...

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LibreTexts

Publicado en OLDaily el 03/08/2020

LibreTexts, Aug 03, 2020
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This was mentioned in a Creative Commons discussion forum this week. As Suzanne Wakim wrote, "It allows ongoing and collaborative editing of content.  It also has interactive elements (like H5P) built into the platform.  It also houses a lot of pre-existing OER that you can use as a starting point if that’s of interest.  It may work particularly well for a...

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JD Dillon, Chief Learning Officer, Jul 31, 2020
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I would like to see this article more as a starting point than as a final word on the subject. But as JD Dillon says, "The most well-known learning measurement models have been around for decades, and yet the industry continues to struggle with its measurement practices... most...

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The GPT-3 Architecture, on a Napkin

Publicado en OLDaily el 31/07/2020

Daniel Dugas, Artificial Curiosity, Jul 31, 2020
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I've been writing about GPT-3 fairly often over the last couple of weeks. I've mostly highlighted what it can do. If you're interested in how it can do what it does, then this accessible article is for you. It helps to have a bit of background in machine...

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Robin Lake, Lynn Olson, Center on Reinventing Public Education, Jul 31, 2020
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This report (8 page PDF) offers a set of principles intended to inform the...

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Commonwealth of Learning, Jul 31, 2020
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This is a success for the Commonwealth of Learning. "Following the initial success of its online course on OER for Online Learning, COL will be offering the course for up to 18,000 teachers in Trinidad and Tobago at the request of the Ministry of Education." This is the sort of thing open online learning was intended to support, and it's good to see it being used...

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Peter Elger, InfoQ, Jul 31, 2020
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So I learned today that "cat detector systems are really the Hello World of AI." It was in the context of this talk (there's a transcript to read) on accessing AI services with simple Javascript applications. The main point you should read here (aside from the bit about cats) is that it can...

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Starting the Year Remotely

Publicado en SpanishPlans el 31/07/2020

It’s something we never expected. Something we are not trained for. And yet millions of teachers will start the year remotely this fall, embarking on a journey unlike any other. Meeting your students for the first time on Zoom and trying to build a relationship through Google Classroom will certainly be a challenge.

I certainly don’t have all the answers yet and I, too, will be leaning on my colleagues’ advice and posts on social media. Here are a few resources that I’ve gathered that might help you this year.

1) (FREE) My First MovieTalk: We released this free product last year as a way to introduce teachers to the MovieTalk method. This...

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View the slides on Google Slides by clicking on this link. Audio and video will be available here as well as on the Contact North website after the presentation. Contact North Webinars, Online, Via Zoom (Workshop) Jul 30, 2020 [Link] [Slides] Leer más
Karen Hao, MIT Technology Review, Jul 29, 2020
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This article should be classified under the heading of examples where artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics are replacing credentials and degrees in the hiring process. It's not being presented that way - it's being presented in part as gee whiz technology (aka, the headline...

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Corey Ranger, BCcampus, Jul 29, 2020
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I really like where this peer consultation process is coming from and especially the desire to do more than token consultations. I also note that every person was compensated, so consultation was not limited to those with free time and no need for money. The ten recommendations are...

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