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Affective computing. Affective Computing is also the title of a textbook on the subject by Rosalind Picard.

Affective computing

Areas of affective computing[edit] Detecting and recognizing emotional information[edit] The Cognitive Computing Era: Affective Computing. Continued from Part 3 Based on excerpts from the new book Cognitive Computing: A Brief Guide for Game Changers Turning to M.I.T.’s Affective Computing group to open our discussion, “Affective Computing is computing that relates to, arises from, or deliberately influences emotion or other affective phenomena.

The Cognitive Computing Era: Affective Computing

Developing digital literacies. Digital literacies are those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society. Digital literacy looks beyond functional IT skills to describe a richer set of digital behaviours, practices and identities. What it means to be digitally literate changes over time and across contexts, so digital literacies are essentially a set of academic and professional situated practices supported by diverse and changing technologies. This definition quoted above can be used as a starting point to explore what key digital literacies are in a particular context eg university, college, service, department, subject area or professional environment.

The Unlearning Cycle (why we learn and how it's changing) – A.J. JULIANI. This is the second in a 4-part series answering the question, “Does education really need to change?”

The Unlearning Cycle (why we learn and how it's changing) – A.J. JULIANI

Also, you’ll see these little buttons throughout –> . Click them for sources and sidebar information on the topic. You can read the first, third, and fourth articles here. My parents took our family on a trip to Maine to ski when I was in my early teens. The mountains there are really big, and I was not ready to ski those slopes. TESConnections. Why Minecraft is the newest and coolest teaching tool in school. Have you ever heard of Minecraft?

Why Minecraft is the newest and coolest teaching tool in school.

If you haven't, don't worry — I had no clue what it was either until my 14-year-old brother showed it to me. It's a game that has become really popular in the past few years, and it looks kind of like Legos coming to life combined with The Sims. GIF via Daily Motion.