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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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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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Stephen Wolfram, Apr 15, 2020
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I've always watched Stephen Wolfram with some interest. Being neither a mathematician nor a physicist, there's only so far I can go in interpreting this work. But here's what I'm seeing. In this particular article, Wolfram is defining simple graph manipulations to create complex graphs. This is an extension of the idea that the application of simple rules over and over...

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OpenAI Microscope

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/04/2020

Ludwig Schubert, Michael Petrov, Shan Carter, OpenAI, Apr 15, 2020
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It will be pretty easy to get lost browsing this. From Open AI, here is a project called...

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Liz Gross, Campus Sonar, Apr 14, 2020
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This was the trend in online conversations on education recently (we're focusing mostly on the U.S. market here) as students expressed a mix of anger and disappointment about the sudden conversion to online, loss of summer internships, and uncertainty about what will happen in the fall...

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Steven Abrahams, Microsoft Education, Apr 14, 2020
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Microsoft has been playing catch-up with Teams but this announcement marks the continuation of a smart strategy. "You can now access your Canvas LMS content and coming soon your Moodle courses from within Teams, giving you a single space for collaborative learning no matter...

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Betsy Corcoran, YouTube, EdSurge, Apr 14, 2020
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Here's the summary for this one-hour video: "In this special bonus webinar, Chinese educators who have made the switch to online learning share their lessons learned.... guests share what they have...

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Apple, Google, Apr 14, 2020
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Thisa isn't a ed tech story, but when you create a tracking system that involves some 3 billion users, you have to know it's going to be used for more than...

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Una regla de ortografía de toda la vida dice que los verbos terminados en -gir se escriben con ge, como regir, transigir, afligir, elegir, etc. La excepción es crujir, que se escribe con jota para darnos un poco de guerra. Esta es la excepción que verdaderamente hace falta conocer. No obstante, mencionaré aquí que el
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Edmund L. Andrews-Stanford, Futurity, Apr 14, 2020
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I actually want to highlight only one thing here: point number 5, "single source of truth." Now this is at once a technical term for database management and also critical advice for working in a distributed environment. "Workers need access to the big picture about an...

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Multilingualism – the use of two or more languages within a polity – is often seen by governments as an impediment, if not a threat, to nation-building and national identity. In promoting official language(s), many governments, therefore, discourage, even oppose, the use of minority languages. The hostility towards the use of Spanish in the US, lack of government support for Cantonese in Hong Kong, and the state-led suppression of Urdu in India exemplify this ideology.

The spread of the pandemic COVID-19 and the measures to tackle it, however, challenges monolingual ideologies and...

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Anabelle Morgan, Education Next, Apr 13, 2020

The teaser for this article is "students with ADHD, executive function challenges, and anxiety can thrive in a virtual 'schoolhouse'," which gives you a sense of where it's going. The four lessons are (quoted):

  • Anticipate, plan, prepare, reflect, repeat
  • It’s still all about community and relationships
  • Differentiation is for everyone
  • Don’t forget to breathe

Now I've had a lot of pushback against my "online learning is unplanned" post from a couple of...

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Zooming

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/04/2020

D'Arcy Norman, D'Arcy Norman Dot Net, Apr 13, 2020
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D'Arcy Norman offers a startling statistic from the University of Calgary: "Since we launched Zoom as a campus platform on March 13, 2020, there have been 36,439 meetings conducted by our community. That's a lot of meetings, and indicates the scale of the potential...

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