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Shailaja Neelakantan, Ed Tech Magazine, Dec 10, 2019
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This article references Analytics Can Save Higher Education. Really., a joint statement from the Association for Institutional Research (AIR), EDUCAUSE, and the National Association of College and University Business...

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David Wiley, iterating toward openness, Dec 10, 2019
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In this longish post David Wiley notes with despair a change in the definition of OER that happened as the public draft became an official UNESCO resolution (here). He says, "the characteristics required to...

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The fluid nature of time

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/12/2019

Dave Truss, Daily-Ink, Dec 10, 2019
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Time isn't real. Or, perhaps I should say, insofar as time is real, it is nothing like what we think it is. Oh, I know I have cited J.E. McTaggert on this in the past. But it's not just a question of ontology. As a recent BBC report...

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Peter Greene, Curmudgucation, National Education Policy Center, Dec 10, 2019
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I don't really do merger and acquisition coverage but this article offers a perspective on a market we don't usually see. Or at least, I don't. Anyhow, "PowerSchool was a...

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Signos diacríticos

Publicado en Blog de Lengua el 10/12/2019

Un signo diacrítico es cualquier marca que se utiliza para modificar algún otro signo de la escritura. En español empleamos varios. El más frecuente con diferencia es el acento ortográfico o tilde, que se puede situar sobre cualquiera de las cinco vocales: á, é, í, ó, ú. Nuestra ortografía se sirve del denominado acento agudo
Andreas Heusler, Dominik Molitor, Martin Spann, PLOS ONE, Dec 10, 2019
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Terry Anderson sent me this item (thanks Terry). It identifies completion rates as a problem...

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Brendan O'Malley, University World News, Dec 09, 2019
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This isn't receiving as much publicity (at least in my communities) as the recent UNESCO motion on OERs, but it could have an even greater importance to the future of education. UNESCO adopted a policy "that establishes universal principles for recognition of studies and...

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Michael Horn, Forbes, Dec 09, 2019
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This article combines two parts mythology with one part fact to come to a conclusion that is accidentally a good one. The purpose of the mythology (in my view) is to appeal to readers who already believe these things. The myths? Carol Dweck's comment that, “When teachers are judging [...

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Do We Have Minds of Our Own?

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/12/2019

Meghan O’Gieblyn, The New Yorker, Dec 09, 2019
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This article looks at consciousness from the perspective of “Rethinking Consciousness: A Scientific Theory of Subjective Experience.” Neuroscientist and psychologist Michael Graziano...

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Truth, Lies, and Digital Fluency

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/12/2019

Doug Belshaw, Google Slides, Dec 09, 2019
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It's hard to find a topic that is more current and more entangled in current events. This set of slides (second source here) from Doug Belshaw makes clear the need to get on top of the various problems...

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Coralie Mercier, W3C, Dec 09, 2019
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Before simply passing on this item, take a look at this demo to appreciate the potential of WebAssembly. This is a big deal. The demo is an image processing library that can run on a live website and do image manipulation in...

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Language on the Move is primarily concerned with linguistic resources that, in one way or another, have been or are ‘on the move’ and thus develops a profound understanding of...

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Steve Hargadon, Dec 06, 2019
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Here are Steve Hargadon's responses to a questionnaire submited to speak at a TEDx event about the "learning revolution." It's pretty funny, but at the same time, somewhat sobering. "The culture we've created with schooling has allowed many of us to feel OK about our positions of privilege, to no longer really believe in the value of the common man or woman, and to look...

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