Publicado en OLDaily el 03/10/2019
I think this is a good assessment of the potential for virtual reality (VR) in education. "VR does have many specialized applications in industry, such as large-scale flight simulators, remote medical surgery, and astronaut training. However, for business-related training of...Leer más
I'm citing this review because I want to quote a comment from G.E. Moore at length: "He (Wittgenstein) went on to say that, though philosophy had now been 'reduced to a matter of skill,' yet this skill, like other skills is very difficult to acquire. One difficulty was...Leer más
As much as I am loathe to delve into U.S. education politics, I think it's important to highlight the nugget of wisdom in this post. While people tend to think of higher education as a 'social leveler' - "anyone, we are told, can ascend an ever-steepening social and economic hierarchy...Leer más
Maybe don't 'blog like Shakespeare'. At least, not as described here. Here's what we're told: "Content starts writing itself once a rubric of format is produced, and Shakespeare nailed his format down well with the sonnet." I can think of any number of education bloggers who...Leer más
Sometimes Alex Usher sounds like Donald Trump when he asserts that "Nobody knows..." something and then proceeds to describe something we all knew about all along. In this case, it's the observation that academics belong to "learned societies that preside over...Leer más
Publicado en OLDaily el 02/10/2019
Publicado en OLDaily el 01/10/2019
This is an update on current initiatives at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Among the more notable: " We have just launched the Decentralized Identifier Working Group which has tremendous potential because Decentralized Identifier (DID) is an identifier that is globally unique, resolveable with high availability, and cryptographically verifiable." This is something for me to...Leer más
Publicado en Blog de Gonzalo Abio - E/LE el 30/09/2019
Publicado en OLDaily el 30/09/2019
It wouldn't surprise me to learn that the U.S. had more distinct credentials than all other countries combined, depending on how they're counted. The U.S. education ecosystem seems to uniquely proliferate "high school diplomas, postsecondary degrees and certificates, registered...Leer más
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