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Data Literacy Learning Catalogue

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/04/2021

Statistics Canada, Apr 22, 2021
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This is a set of 18 learning resources that are useful not only as learning resources but also as de factor defining of the concept of data literacy. They are divided into four categories: "find-gather-protect; explore-clean-describe; analyze-model; tell the story." As I look at this I see the elements of the universal "aggregate-remix-repurpose-feed forward"...

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Jean-Claude Guédon, Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association, Apr 22, 2021
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This post discusses a framework for digital publishing characterized by the following components: the inside-out library (...

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Cathleen O'Grady, Science, Apr 22, 2021
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I have often read about the value provided by publishers in both the editing and review of academic articles. But it may be that these aren't actually core to the publication industry. "Some scholarly publishers have already outsourced operations like copy editing and printing. Now, 15...

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United States Department of Agriculture, Apr 22, 2021
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From the earliest days of OLDaily I've been saying that there's no technology that will do more to support learning than one ensuring that children are properly fed. So I applaud the extension of the nutrition program in the U.S. and argue it should be made permanent. "Students’ success in the classroom goes hand in hand with their ability to...

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Europe fit for the Digital Age

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/04/2021

European Commission, Apr 22, 2021
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Here is the final draft of the European Commission's proposal to regulate artificial intelligence and machine learning. The proposal defines a set of 'high risk' AI applications and creates rules and obligations limiting when they can be put into use. "AI systems considered...

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Teresa Cerratto Pargman, et.al., Open University, Apr 22, 2021
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This is just an outline for a workshop, and therefore pretty short, but I think it efficiently gets to the core of the difficulty we face in the ethics of analytics: "Neither ethics...

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Maxime Bilodeau, University Affairs, Apr 21, 2021
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The 2012 San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) calls for a reconsideration of traditional factors, and expecially journal impact factors. Canada's funding agencies signed on in 2019, and Quebec's in 2020. Universities...

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Dmitry Baraishuk, Belitsoft, Apr 21, 2021
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This article is a bit listy, and it's easy to lose focus (stay grounded by referring back to the table at the top). There are four section: talent management, AI in higher education, AI in K-12 education, and safety monitoring. Each category is subdivided with example products and...

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Cindy Ives, Pamela Walsh, Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Apr 21, 2021
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The authors of this study spoke to leaders from Canadian educational institutions that launched distance and online learning initiatives over fifteen years (2002-2017)...

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Rick Anderson, The Scholarly Kitchen, Apr 21, 2021
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This post discusses the subscribe-to-open (S2O) model "whereby a journal shifts from subscription access to OA, but the libraries who were subscribers under the old model continue paying in order to keep the journal financially viable."" The obvious risk is that libraries...

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Lawrie Phipps, lawrie : converged, Apr 21, 2021
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This is a good point: "Because of this premium on presence from pre-pandemic practice, practices in online places have also put a premium on synchronous presence. This manifests in many ways; online lectures is the most obvious, where a lecture that was on campus is directly...

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Goldie Blumenstyk, Chronicle of Higher Education, Apr 21, 2021
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Goldie Blumenstyk follows up on a competition launched five years ago by the Robin Hood Foundation. The upshot is that there were no winners...

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Justin Weinberg, Daily Nous, Apr 20, 2021
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I read this before giving my talk today (but too close to it to be able to work it into it at all). The argument presented is that participating in public education - what I would call 'supporting everyday learning' - is harmful, first, because public contributions are not peer...

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