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Josh Bersin, Mar 13, 2020
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I want to call on the education technology community to heed this principle and this message. Now is not the time to be thinking about business opportunities. Right now there is a real need for what we're doing. Now is the time to think about the service we can offer. "Let’s slow down, accept the business interruption that’s going to take place, and take care of...

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Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Mar 13, 2020
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I want to endorse the overall message being offered by Rebecca Barrett-Fox in this post. "Release yourself from high expectations right now, because that’s the best way to help your students learn. If you are getting sucked into the pedagogy of online learning or just now discovering that there are some pretty awesome tools out there to support student online...

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Hasura, Mar 13, 2020
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The title belies how interesting this post actually is. One of the core problems when creating offline applications is synchronizing the data across different instances of the application. I've thought about this a lot in realtion to the concept of a PLE. This article describes four major approaches to resolving this problem with easy-to-follow explanations and diagrams. Even if...

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Open ed as the anti-disruption

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/03/2020

Martin Weller, The Ed Techie, Mar 13, 2020
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Martin Weller's message in this post and accompanying presentation is that "Open practice is not about disrupting higher ed...

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CC By @eromanme A continuación se encuentra la traducción de un hilo en Twitter que publiqué en inglés el 12 de marzo de 2020. Recoge algunas recomendaciones e iniciativas relacionadas con la transición al entorno online a causa del #covid19. Se puede seguir la discusión sobre este tema usando diferentes etiquetas: #educovid19, #COVIDsyllabus, #CovidCampus, #covid19edu, #teletrabajodocente.

Pedagogy before technology, OK?

Publicado en OLDaily el 13/03/2020

Philip J. Kerr, Adaptive Learning in ELT, Mar 13, 2020
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'Pedagogy before technology' is an oft-repeated mantra, and I can see the appeal, but from where I sit it's often a plea to "let us keep doing what we have been doing, without any change." And this is to effectively dismiss the idea that technology brings with it...

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Kathleen Morris, The Edublogger, Mar 12, 2020
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A lot of people have been offering guides and more to help people teaching online. This is one of the better ones. It has been interesting to watch their evolution. Bryan Alexander was on the story early, and now has (as he says) a "tiger by the tail" as...

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Canadian Journal of Education, Mar 12, 2020
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The organization was established to create "a way to help academic researchers access, manage and protect vast amounts of research data." It is a membership-based organization, "with founding members comprising more than 135 leading post-secondary institutions, research hospitals, institutes and established digital research infrastructure (DRI) organizations...

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E-Learning Response to Covid19

Publicado en OLDaily el 12/03/2020

Mar 12, 2020

Are you creating an online course, event or conference? If you’re not a programmer, and if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, this guide will get you started.

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Don’t Ruin College by Making It Free

Publicado en OLDaily el 12/03/2020

Beth Akers, EducationNext, Mar 12, 2020
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One way you can tell that the rich are lobbying against government providing free *anything* is that they complain that the benefit will be given to rich people as well as poor people. They also complain that the quality will in some way be reduced, often by the recipients themselves...

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Anouk Ruhaak, Mozilla, Mar 12, 2020
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Anouk Ruhaak argues that the principle of 'informed consent' is dead. If one person gives consent, many people are affected. Also, it's unlikely anyone is truly 'informed' when they give consent. Finally, as we in the field of education should know well, "consent is meaningless without...

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Sean Michael Morris, Critical Digital Pedagogy, Mar 11, 2020
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Sean Michael Morris argues, "jumping into online offerings the way so many universities are wont to do these days is unhealthy for faculty and students alike. That move must be considered, careful, slow, and deliberate." Now is not the time. We've had 25 years to...

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Goldie Blumenstyk, Chronicle of Higher Education, Mar 11, 2020
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I know, there's a gazillion articles on the impact of the pandemic. I won't be covring all of them. My interest is in learning technology, not pandemics. But I did want to link to this item, mostly because it says this: "when you look at how quickly colleges are...

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Jeff Bryant, OurFuture, Mar 11, 2020
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This is a short article on the subject, followed by a much longer 'Part 2' (Amazon is Coming to a School Near You) on National Education Policy Center's website. The message is the same in both parts: the blending of...

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Dylan Schiemann, InfoQ, Mar 11, 2020
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This short article introduces readers to the Tone.js Javascript web music framework. This is a set of functions that application developers can use to create interactive music in their applications. If you sample the demo apps you can get a...

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