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Escribir para los buscadores es la forma más sencilla y rápida de fracasar en Internet. Quienes te leen son las personas. Quienes te pueden hacer llegar a algún sitio son las personas. Los buscadores pueden convertirse en grandes aliados de quienes nos dedicamos a redactar y a publicar textos en Internet. Pueden conducir hasta ti
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Dave Cormier, Dave’s Educational Blog, Mar 10, 2020
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This is an announcement for an upcoming MOOC being offered by George Siemens and Dave Cormier " on the SSHRC challenge “...

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Shima Islam, UNICEF, Mar 10, 2020
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This article overviews a UNICEF report (72 page PDF) on building resilience in children to help them use social media safely (which, probably, is the only effective approach in the long term). The focus is on...

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Stephen Downes, Google Docs, Mar 09, 2020

I've avoided the whole Coronavirus thing because I'm focused on learning technology and the future. And there's nbo shortage of adviuce ouyt there. There are guides being posted on how to get tyour class or conference online, but the advice tends to be process-oriented and managerial. That's fine, and people need to know that. But mostly, they need to know, "what tool can I use to do such-and-such?" So that's what this page is for. It's an open document and you can edit it (but there are rulkes and I'll remove your edit if yoiu...

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Rally Re-order

Publicado en SpanishPlans el 09/03/2020

The following is a guest post that I invited Rich Madel to write after he mentioned this activity on twitter.

All world language teachers focused on providing rich, compelling, and comprehensible input to their students know the struggle: How can we mask the repetition of the same...

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JISC, Mar 09, 2020
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At first I was folling my eyes a bit as this article said things like "more concrete signs that your organisation isn’t nurturing a culture of innovation... include teams working in siloes, and decisions not being driven by data." But there's a nice turn about half way through where the author cites a Lawrie Phipps blog post (...

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Jane Hart, Modern Workplace Learning 2020, Mar 09, 2020
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It was the table (illustrated) that caught my eye, but the overall message of this survey is that the formal 'educational' resources (like classroom training, e-learning and conferences) are the least useful for workplace learning. But more, this survey also breaks down...

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How do universities in the Philippines prepare accounting students for communication in global workplaces?

Watch this research presentation by Pia Tenedero to find out.

This presentation was originally intended for the Georgetown University Roundtable (GURT) 2020 conference in Washington, D.C. Not only was Pia successful in having her abstract “Preparing Global South Accountants to Communicate in Global North Workplaces” selected for inclusion in the GURT 2020 program but she also received a highly competitive Macquarie University Postgraduate Research Fund travel grant to enable her to attend and share her research...

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It’s another International Women’s Day and time to reflect on powerful women: what is most noticeable about them is that there are so few of them.

In academia, for instance, we often hear that women have made substantial gains in recent years and...

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eCampus Ontario’s H5P Studio

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/03/2020

Geoff Cain, Brainstorm in Progress, Mar 06, 2020
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Geoff Cain writes, " I am interested in this because I am looking for resources to replace inaccessible learning objects. Many free widgets that faculty use cannot be read by a screen reader but H5P is mostly accessible and...

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Phil Barker, Sharing and learning, Mar 06, 2020
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The answer to the question is, "OER made sense as a means of sharing the effort of creating learning resources, dividing work between partners with different skills and viewpoints." But more interesting to me was this comment at the end: "I would stress that David Wiley’s...

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Virtual Teams: Moving parts

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/03/2020

Martin Hawksey, Maren Deepwell, MASHe, Mar 06, 2020
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I think that this is a really good idea - an online resource in which the two authors "openly share our approach to leading a virtual team." It's just the sort of thing you want to see modeled...

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Agency and self-knowledge

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/03/2020

Brie Gertler, The Routledge Handbook for the Philosophy of Agency, Mar 06, 2020
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This isn't a long paper, and it will reward a reasonably careful reading. It discusses the concept of agency as it relates to self-knowledge. As Brie Gertler notes, these are two sides of the epistemic coin: "Agency typically involves affecting...

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Grace Ebert, Colossal, Mar 06, 2020
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This post embeds a short 7-minute video and links to a longer resource. It is yet another example of how the internet is being used to teach pretty much everything you can think of. What I like is that the images and description are clear. It doesn't hurt to have the current record-holder...

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