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David Wiley, iterating toward openness, Jun 23, 2020
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As David Wiley remodels his 'Introduction  to Open Education' course he revisits the concept of what counts as 'success'. Here's his take: "In the S3 framework, 'success' means 'completing a course with a final grade that allows the course to count toward graduation...

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Michael D. Smith, The Atlantic, Jun 23, 2020
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I know people don't want to read this, and there are many sceptics who will offer the contrary view, but I think the answer to the question in the title is "yes". This article makes the case, and I want to pull out two quotes. First: "As educators, we strive to create opportunities...

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¿’Hasta’ o ‘asta’?

Publicado en Blog de Lengua el 23/06/2020

Hasta y asta son palabras homófonas, es decir, palabras que suenan igual. Sin embargo, resultan completamente diferentes por todo lo demás. Hasta es una preposición que acumula diferentes significados, como es habitual con esta categoría léxica. Típicamente, utilizamos hasta para indicar el punto en que termina un recorrido en el espacio (1) o en el
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Antonio Vantaggiato, Skate of the Web, Jun 23, 2020
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I'm not sure exactly what Antonio Vantaggiato is saying here, but two messages seem to come through: first, the pivot to online wasn't awful for everybody; and second, his own "immodest best practices: All interaction and course work orbit around the Web hub (for instance...

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The Ed-Tech Imaginary

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/06/2020

Audrey Watters, Hack Education, Jun 22, 2020
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Is ed tech a tool of oppression? Audrey Watters, I think would argue that it is. She asks, " How much of ed-tech is, to use Ruha Benjamin's phrase, 'the new Jim Code'? How much of ed-tech is designed by those who imagine...

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Ethical Codes and Learning Analytics

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/06/2020

[Slides][Audio] The growth and development of learning analytics has placed a range of new capacities into the hands of educational institutions. At the same time, this increased capacity has raised a range of ethical issues. A common approach to address these issues is to develop an ethical code of conduct for practitioners. Such codes of conduct are drawn from similar codes in other disciplines. Some authors assert that there are fundamental tenets common to all such codes. This paper consists of an analysis of ethical codes from other disciplines. It argues that while there... Leer más
Dave Cormier, Dave’s Educational Blog, Jun 22, 2020
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This is a really good reflection on time and online learning. It begins by moving away from the 'credit hour' as defined by classroom seat time, and looks at how much work (as measured by time) a student is expected to put in, and how much an instructor is expected to put...

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Bryan Alexander, Jun 22, 2020
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The plan for most American univresities this fall seems to be to advertise that they will be open for in-person classes, then to shift to online learning when needed. Writes Bryan Alexander, who has been tracking their announcements, "Very few campuses are proclaiming a wholly online semester, because (among other reasons) they fear losing enrollment.  Yet it seems...

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"Attending" a virtual conference

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/06/2020

Erin Conwell, Jun 22, 2020
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Are you missing in-person conferences? Perhaps you've forgotten the little details that make them, um, memorable. Classic Twitter thread. " To help simulate the real thing, I'll set out a picked-over tray of mini-muffins, soggy cut fruit, and some weak coffee, and then whisk them away just as he approaches the table." Image: Alan Levine,...

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Signe Agerskov, Data Ethics, Jun 19, 2020
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Self-sovereign identity  - "this type of digital identity is a user-centric identity solution that allows you to be in control of your data and only share the strictly relevant information." It is going to be a while before self-sovereign identity becomes widespread....

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Matt Webb, Interconnected, Jun 19, 2020
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More thinking about what online conferences could be. "Takeaway: the hallway track works best when it’s about multi-tasking, and you can move up and down levels of engagement with the presentations and the conversations." So... "ONLY staring at a conference talk just doesn...

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Introducing: Quotebacks

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/06/2020

Tom Critchlow, Jun 19, 2020
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You've seen those blogs with embedded tweets in them; click on the tweet and you're taken to the original. This is the same sort of thing, except for any web page. The idea is that you copy some text fro a webpage, whih saves it into your quote library. Then, when you're writing a post, you can open your quote library and insert the quote into the post. Right now the...

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Bill Rosenblatt, Copyright and Technology, Jun 19, 2020
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I know that people have been noodling over this idea for a few years now. The idea is to create a timestamp combined with the hash of a document. Why would you do this? For one thing, it can establish proof that you created the document, as no other person could have...

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Power Over the Police

Publicado en OLDaily el 19/06/2020

Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, Dissent, Jun 19, 2020
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OK, this has nothing to do with online learning. But in this argument I hope you'll see a pattern of reasoning that you've seen in this newsletter before. First, the problem: "...

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