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Radek Vana, Inquiries, Dec 30, 2020
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I'm going to give this post full marks for creativity while at the same time saying "there's no way, right?" Here's the claim: "the brain-gut-microbiome axis forms a complex system creating our consciousness." In other words, our brain communicates "with trillions of symbiotic...

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CC Lightning Talks

Publicado en OLDaily el 30/12/2020

Cable Green, YouTube, Dec 30, 2020
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The 24 videos from last month's Creative Commons lightning talks are now available - each one is only 10 minutes long, which means you have 4 hours of high-quality viewing available. My contribution is...

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Helen De Cruz, David V. Johnson, Blog of the APA, Dec 29, 2020
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This is a three-part series directed toward editors publishing public philosophy pieces, but it obviously extends to those covering other fields, including ed tech. The series covers...

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Martin Lenz, Handling Ideas, Dec 29, 2020
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The history of philosophy is an eternal golden braid, a double helix entwining the twin ideas of empiricism and rationalism. Empiricism is the idea that all knowledge comes from the senses, while rationalism is the idea that all ideas are based in reason and rationality, and the...

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Tony Bates, Online learning and distance education resources, Dec 29, 2020
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Maryam Tsegaye, writes Tony Bates, "demonstrates so well many of the educational affordances of video, and shows what a powerful teaching medium video can be when used properly." Now to be clear, there are thousands, maybe even millions, of videos like...

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Michael Niehoff, Getting Smart, Dec 29, 2020
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This is an interesting idea. Instead of a subject-based approach to curriculum, the proponents recommend a problem-based approach developed around the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDG). Now Nicholas Martino's approach - a traveling high school where students live...

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David Cox, Wired, Dec 29, 2020
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This is less a story about the vaccine and more a story about the academic research behind the vaccine. And it raises questions about a system that demands that you have to obtain funding in order to keep your academic position. “They told me that they’d had a meeting and concluded...

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Las pérdidas en el ambiente de la cultura en México se acumulan, en este fatídico año 2020.Esta mañana nos enteramos de la muerte de uno de los compositores más apreciados y conocidos en México e Hispanoamérica: Armando Manzanero. Sus canciones forman parte de la historia de la música romántica del país, compuso cerca de cuatrocientas; cincuenta de las cuales son famosas internacionalmente. 
Andy Marken, Content Insider, Dec 28, 2020
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The title of this latest edition of Andy Marken's newsletter makes me think of AIs creating content and AIs viewing that content in a cycle of production that gets weirder and weirder over time. It's not quite that bad, but he does describe a movie called “Sunspring,”...

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Public API for Public APIs

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/12/2020

Dave Machado, Dec 28, 2020
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An application programming interface (API) is a source of third-party data web applications can access. A good example is a weather API; your dashboard application could connect to the API and input real-time weather information, which you can then display however you want. This specific service is an API that lists public APIs. You...

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RedwoodJS

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/12/2020

Tom Preston-Werner, Dec 28, 2020
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RedwoodJS is a router used to support serverless web applications. It has two parts, a 'frontend' which is the web interface users use to enter commands and view results, and a 'backend', with is the API interface it uses to route these commands to requests to cloud services such as databases or file storage applications. Last week I explored Redwood in some...

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The Flourishing App

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/12/2020

Human Flourishing Program, Dec 28, 2020
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This is a measure of 'flourishing' created by The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University's Institute for Quantitative Social Science. Probably the closest thing to compare it to is the United Nations Human Development Index (HDI), and I would position this as a conservative...

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Standing Presenting Set-Up

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/12/2020

Bonni Stachowiak, Teaching in Higher Ed, Dec 28, 2020
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This is a short post with some useful photos demonstrating a standing set-up for remote teaching. Why would you stand? Well, it provides more flexibility in using other tools, for example, the whiteboard behind you. For myself, I tend to stay seated, but then I never use...

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It’s hard to make humor without language. You gotta be exceptionally talented to make people laugh let alone doing that without the use of words. There is a particular kind of humor that appeals to people like you and me, and that’s the one that involves language and wordplay, aka puns. Puns come in different … Continue reading "40 Times People Saw Hilarious Puns And Just Had To Share Them."

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