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Moodlemoot 2011, Canada
Moodlemoot 2011, Canada
Course: Learning and Knowledge Analytics
OLDaily ~ by Stephen Downes by Stephen Downes April 8, 2014 What Books Should Every Intelligent Person Read?: Tell Us Your Picks; We’ll Tell You OursDan Colman, Open Culture, April 8, 2014 I find the lists offered by Dan Colman and Neil DeGrasse Tyson to be a bit parochial, steeped in (their) local culture and issues of the day. Why else include Darwin and de Tocqueville?
Dave’s Educational Blog I was asked by the excellent Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach to speak to her PLP class about MOOCs, and, while we had what i thought was an excellent forty minute chat, there were tons of comments that i never had the chance to address. As i look over the questions they asked, I see that in answering their questions i have a chance to lay out many of the thoughts that I have had about MOOCs while they have been all the rage here on the internet in the last few weeks. I opened the discussion with a quick personal intro to my contribution to the MOOC discussion and then we moved to Q & A. Feel free to skim along and pick up the part of the discussion that interests you. Intro Edtechtalk and community – 2005 In 2005 Jeff Lebow and I started edtechtalk.
The future of systems such as business, government, and education will be data centric. Historically, humanity has made sense of the world through discourse, dialogue, artifacts, myth, story, and metaphor. While those sensemaking approaches won’t disappear, they will be augmented by data and analytics. Educators often find analytics frustrating.
Edchat: The Conversation Continues...
Technology and the Future(s) of the University April 15th, 2014 by By Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology Georgetown University is calling on its entire campus community to explore what the institution of 2030 will look like and to experiment with new ways of educating students. The impact of its discoveries may ultimately end up being felt throughout American higher ed. Educational Technology
Piaget Online 2010/2011
Biblioteca Infoeuropa - Biblioteca de Informação Europeia em língua portuguesa
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BOCC - Biblioteca On-line de Ciências da Comunicação
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After the PowerPoint Twitter Tools, here’s a prototype version for Prezi — the cooler, flash-based competitor to PowerPoint: Embedding the Twitter tools in Prezi also helps provide support for live twitter in presentations for the Macintosh (neither PowerPoint for Mac nor Keynote support the embedding of Flash files, bizarrely). Here’s a link to the Flash file, if you want to try it yourself. A couple of notes: The tool only works in online mode, not in the Prezi DesktopClick the “Clear” button before saving, in order to avoid a Prezi error linked to the images shown in the presentationYou will not be able to save if the cursor is in one of the selection boxes — try clicking the “Use Vars” option, just to move the focus. I will update this page as I find better ways of doing this… Prezi Twitter Tools
Contents If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please add a comment below! PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide Instructions Instructions
create amazing social media slideshows
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