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Phil Hill, PhilOnEdTech, Nov 18, 2021
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This is a good look at there 2U and the online program manager (OPM) market in general are going, at least in the United States. Quoting Michael Feldstein, Phil Hill observes "MIT and Harvard betrayed their commitment to their partners and to the ostensibly public-good mission of EdX,"...

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Lock-in

Publicado en OLDaily el 18/11/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Nov 18, 2021
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Alex Usher looks at the oft-touted strategy of mobilizing university resources to develop a regional innovation cluster. It involves a process of working with the local business community, identifying opportunities, and committing resources to developing expertise...

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Encanto

Publicado en SpanishPlans el 17/11/2021

With Disney’s Encanto coming out next week I wanted to preview the movie before Thanksgiving...

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Krug Don't make us think

Publicado en OLDaily el 17/11/2021

Donald Clark, Donald Clark Plan B, Nov 17, 2021
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Following from people like Donald Norman and Jakob Nielsen, who raised usability into a design imperative, Steve Krug argues that "...

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Janko Roettgers, Protocol, Nov 17, 2021
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This article doesn't have everything, of course, but it's enough for a quick update on the buzzword of the week. The metaverse is an embodied internet, where we can interact with each other using avatars, and it's persistent, meaning you don't start over each time you load it. Most...

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Maik Arnold, ResearchGate, Nov 17, 2021
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People who follow my work know how much I love podcasts. Audio is such a flexible medium; it can be delivered at relatively low bandwidth, can be listened to while doing other things (especially driving or cycling), and can take any number of forms: drama, discussion, lecture,...

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Viktor J. Vanberg, Freiburger Diskussionspapiere zur Ordnungsökonomik, Nov 17, 2021

"The purpose of this essay is to take a closer look at the relation between the invisible
hand paradigm that is at the heart of economists’ theoretical outlook at markets and the social
contract paradigm" to “provide us with the ‘bridge’ between the individual-choice calculus and group decisions.”

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Shadi Aljawarneh, Juan A. Lara, Journal of Computing in Higher Education, Nov 17, 2021
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This is a short editorial introducing a special issue of Journal of Computing in Higher Education. Some of its recommendations are well worth noting....

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Emily Bamforth, EdScoop, Nov 16, 2021
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The National Student Clearinghouse is working with an AI company called AstrumU to map degrees and credentials to in-demand skills. The problem being addressed here is that "employers can’t easily find matches for their open positions who...

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Sharon Varney, De Gruyter, Nov 16, 2021
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We see the future the way we see the past: not directly, but by reading the signs. That, essentially, is the premise of this article, and it offers generally good advice about how to go about it. This isn't the sort of futurism based on building scenarios, it's one based looking...

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Rhaydae Jebli, Jaber El Bouhdidi, Mohamed Yassin Chkouri, Nov 16, 2021
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A Unified Modeling Language (UML) document is a set of standardized visual...

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Algunas personas dicen desternillarse de risa y otras, en cambio, destornillarse de risa. Pero ¿cuál de estas formas es la correcta o, por lo menos, la original? El verbo desternillar(se) está formado sobre ternilla, que es el término tradicional, popular, para referirse al cartílago. En su sentido propio, este verbo significa ‘partir(se) las ternillas’. En …

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Rachel Cunneen, Mathieu O'Neil, Academic Matters, Nov 16, 2021
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Wikipedia is a fatalistic resource and I use it a lot myself, especially for concepts that are new to me (which happens pretty much every day, so as I said, I use it a lot). It's, um...

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