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Xplor Blackboard: repositorio multiplataforma de Acceso Abierto (Creative Commons) | Verano 2013

Xplor Blackboard: repositorio multiplataforma de Acceso Abierto (Creative Commons) | Verano 2013 | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

Blackboard liberará este próximo verano (2013) una nueva plataforma nativa en la Web (cloud native) llamada “Xplor”, la cual ofrece un repositorio de objetos de aprendizaje que facilitará compartir recursos a través de distintas plataformas (LMS) como Moodle, ANGEL y Sakai

 

 


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Me gusta mucho la idea.. creo que los LMS estan acelerando su migración a la nube!

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Vladimir Burgos's curator insight, January 29, 2013 9:29 AM

Los sistemas LMS carecen de una buena gestión de contenido a gran escala; por ejemplo, sólo se puede gestionar el contenido dentro de un curso individual y no se pueden compartir fácilmente recursos del contenido del curso con otros instructores que utilizan el mismo LMS, mucho menos con un LMS diferente.

El objetivo de Xplor es eliminar las limitaciones de contenido entre los sistemas LMS, facilitando que las instituciones y los profesores puedan compartir, descubrir y reutilizar el contenido del curso.

Xplor actualmente se encuentra en fase beta en más de 70 instituciones.  Una de las acciones relevantes por señalar, es que se tiene la opción de elegir alguna de las licencias de Creative Commons, lo que significa que los profesores y las instituciones pueden crear, compartir e incluso construir en un curso del tipo REA (Recurso Educativo Abierto). La licencia por defecto para agregar contenido a la nueva plataforma es Creative Commons (CC BY).

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Diseño Instruccional

"Qué, Por qué, Cuál y Cómo del Diseño Instruccional"

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Presentamos los aspectos más importantes del Diseño Instruccional 

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Bad practices in mobile learning

Bad practices in mobile learning | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
something doesn't seem quite right with this particular implementation ... The World Bank's EduTech blog explores issues related to the use of information and communication technologies (computers, laptops, tablets, the Internet, ...) to benefit education in middle and low income countries around the world. While I tend to view, with a fair degree of skepticism, many of the statistics which purport to document just how many people have visited a particular web site, it seems that the EduTech blog was recently visited by its one millionth reader. When viewing the mass of blog posts in their entirety, together with our visitor logs and other relevant data, it is quite clear that BY FAR the single most popular post remains one I did over four years ago on 'worst practice in ICT use in education'. What was relevant back in 2010 appears still to be quite relevant today. (This isn't always the case: If memory serves, I quickly drafted and published that particular blog post because I was having trouble completing one 'Exploring the Use of Second Life in Education' -- I'm guessing that the half-life for *that* one, had it even been finalized and published, would have been pretty short!) Recent news articles -- whether reporting that the one tablet per child project in Thailand 'has been scrapped' or the decision of the school district in Hoboken, New Jersey (USA) to 'throw away all its laptops' -- suggest that debris continues to pile up on the landscape of 'failed' attempts to use new technologies effectively in education in various ways. The Franco-Czech writer Milan Kundera has a short story called "Let the Old Dead Make Room for the Young Dead". Sometimes I feel like this title could be adapted for use in an introductory essay to a book documenting many of the unfortunate 'educational technology deployments' that have been irresistable fodder for politicians and headline writers alike (and clickbait for folks on Twitter) over the past decade. And yet .... just because because we continue to hear variations on a sadly familiar theme, I don't know that the best response is to admit defeat, throw up our hands, throw everything away and go back to the 'good old days'. Learners would not be terribly well served if educational planners in 2014 simply decided to emulate the impulses and actions of Silesian weavers back in 1844 and smash all the machines in reaction to the spread of new technologies. Attempting to stuff this particular genie back in the bottle isn't only impractical: I would hazard a guess that it is well nigh impossible. The recent article on the Hoboken experience labels it a 'failed experiment'. Personally, I am not sure that this label fits in this particular case. In an experiment, it seems to me that you are usually trying to learn something. This rather large purchase of technology seems to me like yet another solution in search of a problem that no one bothered to actually tried to define in any meaningful way. I suspect that, at a fundamental level, the problem wasn't (really) with the technology. In other words: It seems more like human failure to me.
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De la ´formación online´ a la ´presencia virtual´

De la ´formación online´ a la ´presencia virtual´ | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Casi un cuarto de millón de alumnos está matriculado en enseñanza online en nuestro país, y cada año se inscriben más: la tendencia es imparable. El uso de ´tablets´, la interactividad cada vez mayor y un nivel altísimo de investigación son el sello de las nuevas tendencias del ´e-learning´. Cuatro de las mejores escuelas online (OBS, EOI, Ide-Cesem, IEP) nos dan las claves para entender el panorama actual

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16 formas en las que los profesores pueden utilizar Pinterest

16 formas en las que los profesores pueden utilizar Pinterest | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Gabit es e-learning, educación, publicación de cursos moodle, SEO, diseño web innovador, gestión de portales de comercio electrónico y plataformas de aprendizaje y community management desde Galicia.

Via Ramon Aragon, Herminio Manzano, Juergen Wagner, Wilmer Ramírez
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agregar do visión ...

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The Employer Potential of MOOCs: A Survey of Human Resource Professionals’ Thinking on MOOCs

The Employer Potential of MOOCs: A Survey of Human Resource Professionals’ Thinking on MOOCs | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

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50 vídeos sobre el futuro de la #educación.

50 vídeos sobre el futuro de la #educación. | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
El profesor Javier Tourón y yo mismo hemos elaborado una selección de algunos de los mejores vídeos que conocemos en torno al futuro de la educación. Hemos

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10 Current and Future Edtech Trends Infographic

10 Current and Future Edtech Trends Infographic | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

Edtech Trends Infographic The education technology trend continues to heat up and, slowly but surely, a lot of the most innovative tools are making their way into the classroom. It’s an incredible time to be involved in education. The 10 Current and Future Edtech Trends Infographic takes a look a... http://elearninginfographics.com/10-current-future-edtech-trends-infographic/


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Kelly Christopherson's curator insight, October 1, 6:42 PM

An informative infographic that helps to organize and show the trends in edtech. 

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10 lessons learned from MOOCs

10 lessons learned from MOOCs | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
From what works best to clues about the model's future viability, what have massive open online courses taught us?

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Kim Flintoff, Peter Mellow
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Rocketboard Lets You Save & Share Your Whiteboard Session in Real-Time

Rocketboard Lets You Save & Share Your Whiteboard Session in Real-Time | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
When your team hashes out an idea, chances are they do it on a whiteboard. But what if you don’t all work in the same office?
“After a good decade of not having a solution to this problem,...
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eLearning Book Review: The Accidental Instructional Designer | Web Courseworks

eLearning Book Review: The Accidental Instructional Designer | Web Courseworks | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Instructional designers and eLearning managers can learn something from Cammy Bean's new book. Check out my review.

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Iniciativa Empresarial: Construyendo mi modelo de negocio | Telescopio

Iniciativa Empresarial: Construyendo mi modelo de negocio | Telescopio | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
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APRENDE A DESARROLLAR TU MODELO DE NEGOCIOS para esa idea, proyecto o empresa que deseas emprender. Descubre un mercado lleno de oportunidades a través de la buena planificación y validación de proyectos. 

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5 repositorios de vídeos para utilizar en el aula o en casa

5 repositorios de vídeos para utilizar en el aula o en casa | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

Cinco webs con repositorios de vídeos sobre diferentes temas (Matemáticas, Historia, Ciencias...) y que pueden utilizarse en el aula o en casa.


Via Alberto López Espínola, IES Consaburum, Juergen Wagner, Wilmer Ramírez
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MOOCS & Gamification, Oportunidades y Desafíos

MOOCS & Gamification, Oportunidades y Desafíos | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
The advent of open courses have demolished organizational restrictions and dramatically increased the number of participating students. MOOCs have become increasingly popular. This situation has...
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Contextualizing lessons from the use of the Khan Academy

Contextualizing lessons from the use of the Khan Academy | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
at first glance things look the same, but upon further reflection there are some potentially important differences to consider Based on my interactions with educational policymakers, and those who advise them, it seems to be a truth (almost) universally acknowledged that there is insufficient research into models of educational technology use, the impact of such use, and related costs. This is not to say that there is *no* useful research into the use of technology in education around the world, of course. Online tools like ERIC and SSRN can help you find some useful studies; the popular press and the blogosphere increasingly reference such work (sometimes even in ways where you can actually track down the referenced studies!); there are of course a lot of academic, industry and professional journals dedicated to the subject; and a healthy amount of 'grey' literature circulates informally (including stuff commissioned by companies that is never formally published). Firms also circulate 'white papers' touting the 'impact' of their products and services, something which I tend to place into its own separate category, given the commercial and marketing imperatives that often animate such work. That said, just because a lot of 'research' is produced doesn't mean that such research is helpful to meet the practical information demands of educational policymakers, planners and educators. Even if you *are* of the opinion that there is indeed a lot of useful, policy- and practice-relevant research out there related to the use of technologies in education, the fact remains that most of our collective knowledgebase has been constructed as a result of studying and attempting to learn from experiences in 'highly developed' (OECD) countries. While there is always danger when trying to draw generalized lessons from a research study that examines a specific context, it would seem reasonable to me that the difficulties when looking to draw lessons from experiences in Quebec that might be relevant to Kansas or Canberra pale in comparison to those when trying to extend such lessons to policymakers making decisions which will affect students and teachers in places like Quito or Kampala -- let alone rural Cambodia. Thankfully, there are a number of promising moves afoot which hope to direct more energy and resources to investigate issues and circumstances of relevance to those exploring the use of ICTs in education in middle and low income learning environments and contexts around the world. (As such efforts kick off, and especially as related studies emerge, we would hope to feature them on the EduTech blog.) Until we start to see results from these sorts of efforts, however, the practical reality is that, in most cases, policymakers in middle and low income countries who wish to draw lessons 'from the research' in order to inform their policymaking related to potential educational technology initiatives will continue to try to contextualize results from research in higher income countries in the attempt to divine what lessons (if any) might be relevant to their own circumstances, even in places where contexts for use and typical use cases may be quite different. --- A previous EduTech blog post, "Evaluating the Khan Academy", explores some of the lessons that have emerged as a result of research by SRI into the use of Khan Academy in a number of schools in Northern California. For those who don't know it: The Khan Academy is a widely known and much celebrated educational website which features thousands of short video tutorials on educational topics, as well as linked sets of over 100,000 practice problems and a 'personal learning dashboard'. Policymakers from a number of countries have approached the World Bank for specific advice and guidance on how they might make use of Khan Academy resources within their schools, and during the course of related conversations (some of which were catalyzed by a talk given by SRI's Robert Murphy at the World Bank earlier this year, which was discussed in a subsequent blog post) we have passed along and discussed the Research on the Use of Khan Academy in Schools published by SRI -- as well as a report that appeared a few months ago from EDC that looked at the use of Khan Academy in Chile. While individual lessons and insights drawn from an analysis of the use of Khan Academy content at sites examined in the SRI and EDC reports may or may not be more broadly generalizable to other contexts, examining the various usage models documented and explored in those studies may help raise *questions* that might be relevant to educators and policymakers who work in other contexts. Indeed: What are some useful questions that policymakers in middle and low income countries might ask as they attempt to contextualize insights from the use of the Khan Academy in California and Chile as part of their efforts to investigate and plan for the use of digital learning resources from the Khan Academy (and from other sources as well) within their own education systems?
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How MOOCs Can Help India

How MOOCs Can Help India | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Digital technologies have the potential to dramatically transform Indian higher education. A new model built around massive open online courses (MOOCs) that are developed locally and combined with those provided by top universities abroad could deliver higher education on a scale and at a quality not possible before.

University enrollment in India is huge and growing. It surpassed the U.S.'s enrollment in 2010 and became second only to China that year. Every day in India 5,000 students enroll at a university and 10 new institutions open their doors.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, October 4, 3:28 PM

The potential for Moocs in India seems great.  Will desire for advancement and access to quality OER be enough to create fundamental change? 

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Kano, un kit para que los niños construyan su propio ordenador

Kano, un kit para que los niños construyan su propio ordenador | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Aquí tenemos ahora un proyecto que, nacido en kickstarter y ya disponible para su adquisición, puede ayudar a los niños (y adultos) a entender cómo
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Google lanza Drive para Educación, con almacenamiento ilimitado

Google lanza Drive para Educación, con almacenamiento ilimitado | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Google quiere seguir mejorando la experiencia de la comunidad escolar llevándola al siglo XXI con sus soluciones tecnológicas, librando a los propios

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Barbara Monica Pérez Moo's curator insight, October 7, 8:51 AM

Utilizando Drive en la versión actual, es muy útil en clase;  hay que conocer  las diferencias y aportaciones adicionales que ofrece para la versión especial de educación.

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Hopscotch - Coding for kids

Hopscotch - Coding for kids | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

Hopscotch teaches kids to code using simple, intuitive building blocks. Kids can make games, animations and programs in this colorful, interactive environment.

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Competencias TIC para el desarrollo profesional docente

Competencias TIC para el desarrollo profesional docente | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
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Decoding the DNA of an eLearning Course: 5 Essential Instructional Elements

Decoding the DNA of an eLearning Course: 5 Essential Instructional Elements | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
f you want to create an eLearning course, follow the example of the cell cycle, as each teaching unit is divided into a number of elements, indispensable for enabling learning.

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Metodologías didácticas en el aula #infografia #infographic #education

Metodologías didácticas en el aula #infografia #infographic #education | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Hola: Una infografía sobre Metodologías didácticas en el aula. Vía Un saludo

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Aprendizaje en Tiempos de MOOC´s

Descripción, Panorama, Resultados, Desafíos y Oportunidades, de la experiencia MOOC en Universidad Galileo. Proyecto http://telescopio.galileo.edu
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Cómo aprendíamos cuando no existía el internet? y ahora que hay tanta información?

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Top 10 lenguajes de programación #infografia #infographic #software

Top 10 lenguajes de programación #infografia #infographic #software | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
Hola: Una infografía con el Top 10 lenguajes de programación. Un saludo Source: WhoIsHostingThis.com

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Analizando el Flipped Classroom: ¿qué hacen el profesor y el alumno? | The Flipped Classroom

Analizando el Flipped Classroom: ¿qué hacen el profesor y el alumno? | The Flipped Classroom | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it

Via Ramiro Aduviri Velasco, Salomón Rivero López
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La taxonomía de Bloom y sus actualizaciones.

La taxonomía de Bloom y sus actualizaciones. | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
A lo largo de décadas, docentes de todo el mundo han utilizado la Taxonomía de Bloom como herramienta para establecer objetivos de aprendizaje. A pesar de las ideas simplistas atribuidas a Bloom, así como la asociación equivocada que se le hizo a su taxonomía con el conductismo, esta sigue teniendo tanta validez hoy en día que recientemente se le han hecho dos actualizaciones. Consulte aquí tanto la taxonomía original, como sus actualizaciones; una de ellas, adaptada a la era digital.

Via Juan Jesús Baño Egea
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El Sector e-Learning en expansión mundial

El Sector e-Learning en expansión mundial | e-Learning, Diseño Instruccional | Scoop.it
E-learning market trends 2014-2016, las tendencias del mercado e-learning.
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