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MOOC: Stephen Downes and George Siemens Connectivism

Summary: Connectivism is a learning theory that explains how internet technologies have created new opportunities for people to learn, share, and encourage ...
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The MOOC Ecosystem

The MOOC ecosystem is presented as a series of magnitudes akin to Ray Eames's 1977 'Powers of Ten' video, beginning from the original MOOC of 2000 ...
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Half an Hour: New Forms of Assessment: measuring what you contribute rather than what you collect

Half an Hour: New Forms of Assessment: measuring what you contribute rather than what you collect | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it

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traduction - Comment traduire « what the fuck » ? - French Language and Usage Beta - Stack Exchange

Je ne demande pas ici un éclaicissement du sens de la locution. Je la rencontre, comme tout lecteur d'articles anglophones sur le web, assez souvent, exprimant une interrogation mélée selon le contexte d'un mélange de colère, de surprise, voire de consternation.

Cependant, je me retrouve périodiquement ennuyé lorsqu'il m'arrive de traduire certains textes pour des interlocuteurs francophones, et linguee (contracté ou étendu) ne me donne que de piètres propositions, trahissant souvent le sens originel en terme de degré de violence verbale ou de registre de langage.

Comment la traduire en français ? (écrit ou oral)


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Writing papers in language X and translating to English vs. writing papers in English to begin with? - Academia Beta - Stack Exchange

I'm working with a group in China, and we were discussing the following question, which I would like to ask here too:

Question: Is it better to write a paper in Chinese, then translate it into English, than to write it in English to begin with?
Of course, this question is not limited to Chinese.

Both myself, and the (Chinese) professors in the group I work with felt rather strongly that writing in English to begin with is better. However, we didn't manage to articulate any tangible reason as to why we feel this way (mostly just out of intuition). Hopefully the group here can offer some meaningful insight one way or the other.

Note: I'm sure if I leave out the specific context, I'll receive a comment asking for it. So, in our case, the context was students writing technical scientific research papers (in computer science).


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MOOC benefits for international learners - an overview

This presentation takes a short look at the benefits of MOOCs when working when designing courses for international learners.
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My real digital identity for Change11 - Heli connecting ideas ...

My real digital identity for Change11 - Heli connecting ideas ... | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Bonnie Stewart has activated many participants this week in Change11, me too. I've read my earlier writings and followed discussions in FB group and around some blogs. Bonnie was skillful in creating the atmosphere that ...
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Week 26: Gráinne Conole – Thoughts on twitter #change11 ...

Week 26: Gráinne Conole – Thoughts on twitter #change11 ... | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Still that account lay dormant until Change11. Why? Well in my case back in May 2009, I sent my first tweet, explored some groups, looked at some of the suggestions on who to follow – followed Kevin Spacey and Conan ...
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Another Look at Massive Online Open Courses - Voice of America

Another Look at Massive Online Open Courses - Voice of America | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Another Look at Massive Online Open CoursesVoice of AmericaYou can be anywhere in the world to take a MOOC. All you need is a computer and a network connection. MOOCs add to a tradition of what is known as distance learning.
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Week 3: Circles of participation | Change MOOC #CCK12

Week 3: Circles of participation | Change MOOC #CCK12 | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
I've been thinking about the way in which individuals tend to participate in large learning communities and communities of practice (Wenger). I participate actively in professional online communities of practice (CoP), usually in ...
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Want to know what your students think about your teaching? Ask them! @pgcap #CMC11 MOOC

Want to know what your students think about your teaching? Ask them! @pgcap #CMC11 MOOC | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Last week's #coresep11 session of the @pgcap made me think and reflect about loads of different aspects of teaching and learning and my own practice.

One of them was a question raised by one of ...
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Learning Without Frontiers

Learning Without Frontiers | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Noam Chomsky #Learning w/o Frontiers http://t.co/lV8lcZOn on why we need 2 decide what #edu is http://t.co/qTKi0ahu #evomlit #change11...
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Week 2: No Child Left Behind Act | Change MOOC #CCK12

Week 2: No Child Left Behind Act | Change MOOC #CCK12 | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
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So you (don't?) want to create a #MOOC?

In this short video, I outline why you should consider participating in a MOOC, I've recently built (on the subject of 'creating MOOCs') even if you don't see ...
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Les raccourcis clavier Twitter

Les raccourcis clavier Twitter | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it

Infographie sur les raccourcis clavier Twitter.


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Researching Online Foreign Language Interaction and Exchange

Shona Whyte:

New edited volume by Melinda Dooly and Robert O'Dowd on telecollaboration for foreign language learning.

 

Contents:

Jonathon Reinhardt: Accommodating Divergent Frameworks in Analysis of Technology-Mediated L2 Interaction

- Françoise Blin: Introducing Cultural Historical Activity Theory for Researching CMC in Foreign Language Education

- Paige Ware/Brenna Rivas: Researching Classroom Integration of Online Language Learning Projects: Mixed Methods Approaches

- Melinda Dooly/Mirjam Hauck: Researching Multimodal Communicative Competence in Video and Audio Telecollaborative Encounters

- Andreas Müller-Hartmann: The Classroom-Based Action Research Paradigm in Telecollaboration

- Luisa Panichi/Mats Deutschmann: Language Learning in Virtual Worlds - Research Issues and
Methods

- Martina Möllering/Mike Levy: Intercultural Competence in Computer-Mediated-Communication: An Analysis of Research Methods

- Nina Vyatkina: Applying the Methodology of Learner Corpus Analysis to Telecollaborative Discourse

- Breffni O'Rourke: Using Eye-Tracking to Investigate Gaze Behaviour in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication for Language Learning.


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Stéréotypes interculturels

Stéréotypes interculturels | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it

Stéréotypes interculturels — français/américain, français/québécois...


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Higher Education News | Inside Higher Ed

Higher Education News | Inside Higher Ed | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
RT @insidehighered: Harvard & MIT to offer free online courses, will invest $60M in project.
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#Change11 #CCK12 #LAK12 From Information Attention ...

#Change11 #CCK12 #LAK12 From Information Attention ... | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Here is Marty Kaplan's presentation on From Attention to Engagement. I would like to vote it as one of the best presentations on media, entertainment and technology I have ever watched. To me, it is a GREAT presentation.
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Half an Hour: Education as Platform: The MOOC Experience and ...

Half an Hour: Education as Platform: The MOOC Experience and ... | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
We claim - and I think it's a good claim - to have created the first MOOC, Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2008. And it was very recursive because the topic of the course was how to create courses that are about that ...
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The Garden MOOC | Virtually Foolproof

The Garden MOOC | Virtually Foolproof | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Jenny Mackness explains that a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) to be a MOOC in the sense that this great experiment was conceptualized must reflect the four principles of connectivism — autonomy, diversity, ...
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MOOC a heaven for introverts #change11 « connectiv

MOOC a heaven for introverts #change11 « connectiv | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
And I think a MOOC is very special, because no struggle is needed for rest and solitude in a MOOC. In a classroom or in a F2F teaching environment those noisy extraverts prevent a real human from learning.
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The social capital of accreditation in higher education (#change11 ...

The social capital of accreditation in higher education (#change11 ... | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Open distance teaching and learning. Skip to content. Home · About Paul Prinsloo · ← The selfish giant and the unlocking of the gates of elitist higher education (#change11) ...
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#Change11 #CCK12 #LAK12 Facebook or Twitter

#Change11 #CCK12 #LAK12 Facebook or Twitter | #change11 MOOC | Scoop.it
Facebook or Twitter. Which one would you use?

Following are some of the posts.

This post on Facebook or Twitter contrasts the difference:

"Participants answered questions about the way t...
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