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Lisa Schlein, Voice of America, Dec 27, 2019
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This short article describes work being one on the UNESCO Qualification Passport, "a standardized document, which contains information about the person’s qualifications, job experience...

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The UDL Project

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/12/2019

Jana Nicol, Dec 27, 2019
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Sadly there has been no activity on the blog since last June, but I still think it's worth directing attention to this project bringing together resources on universal design for learning (UDL), and in particular this grid on...

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Educational visions

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/12/2019

Rebecca Ferguson, Ann Jones, Eileen Scanlon, Ubiquity Press, Dec 26, 2019
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I spent the better part of Boxing Day afternoon reading and mostly enjoying this book (...

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Emily M. Bender, Symposium on Data Science & Statistics, Dec 26, 2019
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This is from last March, but I found it today, and the title alone is worth passing along this set of slides. "Natural language isn’t just English, and NLP work should stop pretending that it is. If you’re a consumer of NLP tech (e.g. for...

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Dec 26, 2019
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This link is to the first issue of the Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Australasia. I like not only that it is open access, but also that it is by and for undergraduate students. Now I have my criticisms of journals and that whole practice, but I also think it's really important for students to engage in the actual practices of a profession (for better or worse) as they learn about it. Also, it gives us an insight on what they study and find...

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The Five Stage Model

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/12/2019

Gilly Salmon, Dec 26, 2019
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Gilly Salmon is asking for feedback on her five stage model of online learning. I'm not a fan of 'stages' - the idea that we would been socialization and information exchange before knowledge construction and development seems overly formal; all of these happen all...

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Melanie Mitchell, Aeon, Dec 26, 2019
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I understand the concern, but I think it relies on a myth that won't - in the long run - bear scrutiny. The argument here is essentially that human drivers depend on a wealth of knowledge known as 'common sense' - "the mostly tacit ‘...

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Danielle Arnold-Schwartz, EdSurge, Dec 26, 2019
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This item hits all the right buttons but it's fundamentally wrong. Yes, business-minded people thing of ed tech as a way to save money. Yes it's true that in many cases people need a human connection. Yes it's true that education is a core requirement for democracy. But it does...

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Audrey Watters, Hack Education, Dec 25, 2019
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Audrey Watters has amassed an impressive list of ed tech failures of one sort or another for the year and comments, "So much innovation and 'edsurgency.' And if we’re not careful, if we do not hold these entrepreneurs and barkers and politicians accountable, if we do not...

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@bluesky

Publicado en OLDaily el 25/12/2019

Tim Bray, Ongoing, Dec 25, 2019
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These are reflections from Tim Bray (who knows a thing or two about protocols) on Twitter's @Bluesky proposal to create a decentralized social network. Will it work? he asks. Probably not. There are too many things that can't...

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Caitriona Ní Shé, et.al., Dublin City University, Dec 25, 2019
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This is a good paper (43 page PDF) but because of its methodology - a systematic...

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Jules Evans, OneZero, Dec 24, 2019
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The funny thing, for me, is that I'm actually comfortable with all this chaos. The whole internet thing doesn't bother me. Why not? Here's how Jules Evans characterizes the problem: "Social media has also totally transformed our politics, in a decade. It’s ripped apart our sense of...

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Erhan Ünal, Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, Dec 24, 2019
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The more I see systematic literature reviews, the less reliable I think they are. In the current case (26 page PDF), the author surveys the literature between the years...

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Chatham House Sharing for OER

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/12/2019

Michael Caulfield, Hapgood, Dec 23, 2019
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I always thought it was 'Charterhouse Rules', but I guess not (I say this after a Google search for the alternatives). The idea of the rules is that "you can report out anything said, but you can’t identify who said it." This is because, presumably, "people need to speak freely...

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