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Ted Curran, Sept 26, 2022
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It's not the approach I would choose, precisely because it takes a lot of time and skill to design interactive PDFs (enough that this article suggests you hire a vendor) but I think it's worth taking note of this incremental step in a longer-term trend, which is that content is becoming less static (and less like traditional books and articles) and more dynamic and...

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Malcolm Gladwell, Oh, MG, Sept 23, 2022
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Princeton's endowment return next year at roughly $3.77 billion and its annual operating budget is $1.86 billion. The math, writes Malcolm Gladwell, is pretty easy. "Princeton could let in every student for free. The university administrators could tell the U.S. government and all of...

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Learning Systems Forecasts for 2023

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/09/2022

Craig Weiss, Sept 23, 2022
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This post makes a number of predictions about commercial learning systems for 2023 and the observations seem reasonable to me. One prediction: performance and talent management solutions will evolve into learning systems, focusing on career path development. Another: the end of the LXP, which as Craig Weiss says, was never really an LXP to begin with. "The moment assigned...

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Future

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/09/2022

Matthias Melcher, x28's New Blog, Sept 23, 2022
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Matthias Melcher offers some comments on my recent presentation, most of which I am in agreement with (and especially the notions of 'scientific apprenticeships' and 'simple things like annotation and rearranging'). He raises, though, a common concern about the notion of...

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Becoming an AI-fueled organization

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/09/2022

Jason Girzadas, Deloitte, Sept 23, 2022
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I said in my presentation the other day that AI is already here. This report (28 page PDF) from Deloitte confirms it. "In fact, more than a...

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Viewpoint Diversity

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/09/2022

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Sept 23, 2022
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Alex Usher offers a good take-down of a recent MacDonald-Laurier Institute paper (...

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Logic as a science of patterns?

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/09/2022

Jaroslav Peregrin, Czech Academy of Sciences, Sept 22, 2022
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This paper (19 page PDF) is pretty close to my own view about logic and formal reasoning in general. "Logic, we propose, aims at a structure, at a system of inferential patterns and inferential roles....

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Unselfing

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/09/2022

Helen Blunden, activatelearning, Sept 22, 2022
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Back in the early days of blogging and syndication, there were two major approaches: linkblogging, where you would post a link and summary of someone else's work, or journaling, where you would post your own thoughts and reflections. Most of the blogs and the blogging standards...

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Al Infande, Faculty Focus, Sept 22, 2022
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The 'two best practices' listed by Al Infande are visibility and feedback. "To be visible in an online classroom is to be accessible to students," he writes. "Students need to know that the instructor is present and is available." And "Students want to know their...

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Documenting AI Models

Publicado en OLDaily el 22/09/2022

Tony Hirst, OUseful Info, Sept 22, 2022
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Tony Hirst points to the use of what are called 'model cards' used to document an AI model. "My first thought," he writes, "was whether this could be a 'new thing' for including in bibliographic/reference data (eg when citing a module, you'd ideally cite its model card)." Drawing on an...

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