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The Zoom Gaze

Publicado en OLDaily el 04/01/2021

Autumm Caines, Real Life, Jan 04, 2021
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Autumm Caines considers the question of 'Zoom fatigue' and traces it to the unrelenting stare of the camera using the analogy of the 'Zoom gaze', a concept that incorporates the idea of being treated as an object, subject to inspection, and required to consider (and adjust) the details...

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Janet Taylor, The Art of Education, Jan 04, 2021
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The three practices are: assigning homework, deducting points for late assignments, and giving grades. I suppose it goes without saying that most schools and institutions would object if you did this. But Janet Taylor's argument generally boils down to the assertion that...

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Jan 04, 2021
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This is super-interesting but also super-difficult, especially when compressed into four longish paragraphs as in this post. But here's the gist: "symbolic AI codes human knowledge in the form of networks of relationships between concepts accompanied by rules (models, ontologies)," while by contrast a neural network "induces algorithms to recognize visual, linguistic or other forms from large masses of data." In 2021 these are beginning to merge, but there is no...

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My Online Education World, 1980-2020

Publicado en OLDaily el 04/01/2021

Morten Flate Paulsen, Jan 04, 2021
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Other people have written year-by-year histories of online and distance education, but this is written by someone who was there from the beginning and actually did the hands-on work. I first encountered Morten Flate Paulsen in the 90s on the DEOS mailing list where, working with people like Michael G. Moore and Peter Cookson, he was already sharing his fifteen years...

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Un saludo para todos los lectores de este blog. En este inicio de año les deseo, especialmente: salud, recuperación, equilibrio y armonía en todo lo que estén viviendo.Esta entrada quiero dedicarla a hacer una revisión de lo que ocurrió en el recientemente concluido 2020.Voy a dejar dos videos acerca de los acontecimientos más relevantes del año pasado, un periodo que ha sido difícil para los
Lisa-Angelique Lim, et.al., Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, Jan 01, 2021
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The core argument in this paper (19 page PDF) is that students' perception of...

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Ben Dickson, TechTalks, Jan 01, 2021
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To be clear, you probably shouldn't do machine learning in Excel. As one Reddit comment said, it's like learning to drive in a Model-T. But still, if you're...

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Josh Bersin, Jan 01, 2021
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I am in my won way a futurist and so I feel obligated to post at least a couple sets of predictions from other people. The third and fourth predictions in this post are noteworthy (the rest are throwaways). The third looks at the difference between business-centered and people-centered leadership, and these (mostly) translate to education. The fourth looks at the topic of the...

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Predictions

Publicado en OLDaily el 01/01/2021

Matthias Melcher, x28's New Blog, Jan 01, 2021
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In a meeting a few days ago I was asked to predict what's upcoming. I had two items, one of which matches what Matthias Melcher in this post: the resurgence of anti-technology sentiment. A lot of it will be expressed as 'getting back to normal', and a lot of it will be expressed...

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Emily Vogels, Lee Rainie, Janna Quitney Anderson, Elon University, Dec 31, 2020
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"How did experts expect 2020 to look when they were asked 10-15 years ago?" That's the...

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Facebook’s Unknowable Megascale

Publicado en OLDaily el 31/12/2020

John Gruber, Daring Fireball, Dec 31, 2020
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John Gruber comments on a recent article in The Atlantic, Facebook Is a Doomsday Machine, with which he largely agrees. What makes Facebook worse than other social networks (like...

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Tony Bates, Online learning and distance education resources, Dec 31, 2020
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Tony Bates notes that "Contact North and the Association for Talent and Development have now made available video recordings of all the presentations at their virtual conference on December 8-9...

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Joshua Jackson, Hybrid Pedagogy, Dec 31, 2020
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The key argument in this post can be found somewhere near the middle: "The uncritical buy-in from administration to the idea of technology and games as a cure-all for all things that need to be cured distracts from questions of basic economic, social, and emotional inequity that...

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Olimpiu Pop, Steve Francia, InfoQ, Dec 31, 2020
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The Go programming language was developed by Google to handle back-end service mesh types of tasks, with the result that you probably won't recognize any of the list of the most popular...

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Julian Coman, The Guardian, Dec 31, 2020
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Fifty years ago John Rawls published A Theory of Justice in which he asks, what sort of society would we all create if we had to agree on a social contract without knowing where in society we would end up; we could be very rich, or we could be among the most poor. The result...

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