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Yet Analytics, Nov 24, 2021
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This is from Yet Analytics, which is in the process of developing its Learning Record Store (LRS) as open source software. This post explains "n relatively non-technical terms how the TLA's xAPI data flow works - the use case is in linking an immersive learning environment with a competency assertion system." It's very non-technical (and thus suitable for management...

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Dad and photoshop master Tom Curtis documents kids’ drawings in a very creative way by turning them into real-life versions. Tom started with his own children’s drawings (Dom and Al), he later created an Instagram account called Things I Have Drawn where he shared these kinds of drawings. The account quickly gained publicity and now … Continue reading "Artist Turns Kid’s Drawings Into Reality And The Results Are Hilariously Creepy. "

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June Holley, Brendon Johnson, Network Weaver, Nov 23, 2021
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this post dovetails nicely with another one in this issue of OLDaily, and sandwiched between them are various considerations on evidence and policy. Here's the argument here: "current...

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Chris Coyier, CSS Tricks, Nov 23, 2021
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I wonder how most educational institutions would respond to this stance: "We should stop stop tracking users because it’s wrong." Are there any educational institutions who do not track their users (aka students)? It's all just turned off by default. Chris Coyier notes,...

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Danielle Carr, Psyche, Nov 23, 2021
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Danielle Carr writes, "It’s true that fMRI is a valid scientific tool with manifold research uses illuminating what happens in the brain. It’s also true that deciding what fMRI images mean is fraught with multiple moments of contingency and interpretation." This is true for...

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Sergio De Simone, InfoQ, Nov 23, 2021
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Twitter has officially launched its v2 API. Significantly, Twitter "removed a number of restrictions from its Developer Policy to make it easier for developers to create new Twitter-based solutions, including moderation, customization, curation, and so on." If you intend to build a...

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Hace unos días paseaba por la Plaza de Castilla y vi este anuncio publicitario que me llamó mucho la atención: Intercambiador de transporte de Plaza de CastillaSeguramente conoces todas las palabras de esta frase, pero probablemente, si no eres hablante nativo de español, te resultará extraña y te será difícil entender qué quiere decir. ¿Es así?La frase imita la estructura de una famosa

The Impact of Impact

Publicado en OLDaily el 23/11/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Nov 23, 2021
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I find it ironic that Alex Usher complains about the lack of evaluation and measurement of impact in academia in a column that contains not one shred of evidence in support - no concrete examples, no statistical basis for the trends he cites, no objective...

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Helen De Cruz, Twitter, Nov 23, 2021
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This is a great Twitter thread that takes on one of the most difficult works in philosophy - Kant's Critique of Pure Reason - and expresses it in a little over 100 tweets. And it's done with grace, sensibility and humour. If I had to summarize Kant's Critique in...

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We wrote a lot of articles previously on how some English idioms translate to other languages. Such as how different languages say it rain’s cats and dogs. Today, we got another phrase for you that makes to pretty much every language. That phrase is “a piece of cake“. “A piece of cake” is an English … Continue reading "How Different Languages Say “It’s a Piece of Cake.”"

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Nov 22, 2021
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Ah, there's nothing like the fervour of the convert, who finds the devil everywhere. Here we have a discussion of the flipped classroom that drives the author into glossolalia trying to explain why it all works out in the end. "We probably would have dismissed this article (on flipped learning) as a poor piece of research... based on three educational myths... In spite of this, flipping the classroom (i.e., the inverted classroom) has become an incredibly widely...

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Terry Freedman, ICT & Computing in Education, Nov 22, 2021
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"If book blurb writers had any sense," writes Terry Freedman, "they wouldn’t put wordy descriptions on the back cover of books. They would put a graph there instead.' I'm honestly not sure whether this post is serious or satire, but it doesn't really matter...

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