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OLDaily, acrónimo de Online Learning Daily, es un boletín sobre e-learning mantenido por Stephen Downes

 

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Kristina Bravo, dist://ed, Dec 01, 2022

I've done some work learning Mozilla Hubs, but there's a lot to learn (so be prepared to put in the time). That said, you can do a lot with it: "Create an art gallery, a portfolio, meet new people, teach a class or learn new skills with Mozilla Hubs. When NASA's Webb Space Telescope team and artist Ashley Zelinskie wanted to bring space exploration to everyone, they chose Mozilla Hubs." Hubs works both with a...

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Nick Kelly, Kelli McGraw, EduResearch Matters, Dec 01, 2022
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This is a landmark in auto-generated learning resources. "AI-generated lesson plans are already better than many people realise," write the authors. "Here's an example generated through...

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The fediverse and the indieweb

Publicado en OLDaily el 01/12/2022

Dec 01, 2022
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Today's Mastodon/Twitter update is a mixed bag. There are warnings to not use Hive Social as a Twitter alternative due to data breaches. Also, Marcus Hutchins writes that while he thought moderation would become impossible, he was wrong. "Mastodon is not an ad-...

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Leading Virtual Teams |

Publicado en OLDaily el 01/12/2022

Maren Deepwell, Dec 01, 2022
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Maren Deepwell's book 'Leading Virtual Teams' has been released. I haven't read it yet (it just came out!) but I am sure people would like to know about it. "This book provides practical advice and case studies as a source of inspiration and a prompt for reflection for virtual teams and their leaders. From recruitment and induction to establishing effective and...

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Government of Alberta, Dec 01, 2022
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This is a press release reporting on an agreement reached between the Alberta government and the Athabasca University Board of Governors (members of which are appointed by the Alberta government). The agreement stipulates the number of executive and staff that would be required to live in the town of Athabasca. As D'Arcy Norman...

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Grace Kim-Shin, Fulcrum, Dec 01, 2022
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The University of Ottawa student newspaper reports on Z-Library, "recently taken offline by the FBI, was a free, online shadow library that offered students relief from (textbook) expenses." It's unclear who is the wrongdoer here, writes Grace Kim-Shin. "It's unfair to deprive...

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Mpine Makoe, Open Praxis, Dec 01, 2022
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"The aim of this study," writes Mpine Makoe, "is to evaluate the extent to which open, and distance education universities are fulfilling their stated purpose as higher education institutions in Sub-Saharan countries." Statements from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Tanzania,...

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John Scalzi, Whatever, Nov 30, 2022
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John Scalzi's version of ethical is this: "In all other circumstances, and especially when there'™s a commercial intent or application, or when I would otherwise hire an artist, I will seek out artists and commission art from them." Why would this be the most ethical approach? Do we...

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Erin Alexis Owen Shepherd, ~erin/blog, Nov 30, 2022
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We're so focused on avoiding the failure of Twitter we forget that ActivityPub - the standard behind fediverse applications such as Mastodon - must also avoid the core failure of email: spam. And it isn't there yet. And blocklists are not sufficient. As the author writes...

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Clive Thompson, UX Collective, Nov 29, 2022
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There was no issue yesterday because of travel, so today's Mastodon/Twitter update is a bonus double-sized edition. I'm sure the news will slow eventually... but today is not that day.

Clive Thompson begins our coverage with a good explanation of how...

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