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What’s new with Mobilizon?

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/09/2019

Framasoft, Sept 09, 2019
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Mobilizon is an effort to create a decentralized events and groups tool designed to free these fiunctionalities from Facebook and enable people to manage their own events without being monetized by the Facebook machine. In the September newsletter they report that go-fund-me fundraising has been successful, and they released wireframes of the proposed product, which is slated...

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With the recent discussion about names, this message popped up:
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Digital Learning Platforms In, LXP out

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/09/2019

Craig Weiss, The Craig Weiss Group, Sept 06, 2019
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Is there really much of a difference between a learning experience platform (LXP) and a learning management system (LMS)? There are some differences, but those differences are being obfuscated, according to Craig Weiss. "Too many vendors are using learning experience as part...

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Julian Stodd, Julian Stodd's Learning Blog, Sept 06, 2019
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I'm linking to this mostly to introduce Julian Stodd's blog to OLDaily; there's a lot of interesting content in the archives, including especially quite creative illustrations. This particular article advances a contentious proposition, that we can measure anything....

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Chatting with Chatbots

Publicado en OLDaily el 06/09/2019

Lindsay McKenzie, Inside Higher Ed, Sept 06, 2019
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This article reports on the increased use of chatbots in higher education. Anything - anything - has to be better than a telephone menu. "Colleges initially were deploying this technology only in specific areas, such as financial aid, IT services or the library. Now...

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Robert Martone, Scientific American, Sept 06, 2019
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There's a lot of room for this to be less spectacular than advertised. Still. "Investigators reverse engineered a specific natural memory by mapped the brain circuits underlying its formation. They then 'trained' another animal by stimulating brain cells in the pattern of...

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What the Duck?

Publicado en OLDaily el 05/09/2019

Steve Wheeler, Learning with e's, Sept 05, 2019
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When I want to show how everyone is different, I just point to the fact that everyone wore different clothing. However, a different approach is taken by some speakers. Which leads to this: "it's ironic that although the exercises were designed to demonstrate that we all think...

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Alt-C Graph

Publicado en OLDaily el 05/09/2019

NodeXL, Sept 05, 2019
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I ran across this page while browsing through the #FemEdTech tag. "The graph represents a network of 1,422 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained "#altc", or who were replied to or mentioned in those tweets, taken from a data set limited to a maximum of 18,000 tweets." It's interesting not...

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Oscar Gonzalez, Cnet, Sept 05, 2019
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Each of us has an individual web page somewhere on the internet. The page is blank, but it's unique to your digital fingerprint, and when web-based advertsiements display on your browser, they send a request to this secret web page, which is logged and tracked. It's a widespread practice...

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Rainesford Stauffer, Teen Vogue, Sept 05, 2019
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When I created my own newspaper in Grade 5, content was limited to what I read and saw around town, the technology of the day was a typewriter and a mimeograph machine, and my reach was limited to where I could carry copies. By contrast,...

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Humboldt Symposium 2019

Publicado en Language on the Move el 05/09/2019

Alexander von Humboldt, Portrait by Friedrich Georg Weitsch, 1806 (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Photographer: Karin März / Montage: Raufeld Medien)

Registrations are now open for the 2019...

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Untrackable Learning

Publicado en OLDaily el 04/09/2019

Clint Lalonde, EdTech Factotum, Sept 04, 2019
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I'll have more from Alt-C tomorrow, but for now I'd like to link to this short item about 'untrackable learning'. The basis is a...

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