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Завершила свою работу XIII Международная научно-практическая конференция-выставка «Развитие единой образовательной информационной среды: сетевые образовательные ресурсы и программы»

Завершила свою работу XIII Международная научно-практическая конференция-выставка «Развитие единой образовательной информационной среды: сетевые образовательные ресурсы и программы» | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Coursera Tinkering with Instant Enrollment Idea

Coursera Tinkering with Instant Enrollment Idea | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Coursera is trying out a new model that has classes start almost instantly for online consumers rather than making them wait for the academic calendar.
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OER MOOC: Use of Open Educational Resources in Classroom

Welcome to a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on the use of Open Educational Resources in the classroom. This four week course is free and open to all registe…

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Education & Technology in an Age of Pandemics (revisited)

Education & Technology in an Age of Pandemics (revisited) | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
consider this picture MOOCs -- massively open online courses of the sort that can simultaneously enroll thousands, even tens of thousands, of learners simultaneously -- have been a hot topic of discussion for a few years now in both the worlds of education and 'international development' (and, for what it's worth, the subject of numerous related posts here on the World Bank's EduTech blog). Recent news that edX, one of the prominent MOOC platforms, is to start offering courses aimed at high school students suggests that the potential usefulness and impact of things like MOOCs may soon extend beyond the realm of higher education, out of which MOOCs originally emerged and where most related activity has occurred to date. There is much (potentially) to be excited about here. Few would argue against having greater access to more learning opportunities, especially when those opportunities are offered for 'free', where there is latent unmet demand, and where the opportunities themselves are well constructed and offer real value for learners. As with MOOCs at the level of higher education, however, we perhaps shouldn't be too surprised if these new opportunities at the high school level are first seized upon *not* by some of the groups with the greatest learning needs -- for example, students in overcrowded, poorly resourced secondary schools in developing countries, or even students who would like a secondary education, but for a variety of reasons aren't able to receive one -- but rather by those best placed to take advantage of them. This has been largely been the case for initial adopters of MOOCs. (One of the first studies of this aspect of the 'MOOC Phenomenon', which looked at MOOCs from the University of Pennsylvania, found that students tended to be "young, well educated, and employed, with a majority from developed countries.") As a practical matter, some of the first types of beneficiaries may, for example (and I am just speculating here), be homeschooling families in North America (while not necessarily comparatively 'rich' by local standards, such families need to be affluent enough to be able to afford to have one parent stay at home with the kids, and generally have pretty good Internet connectivity); international schools around the world (which can offer a broader range of courses to students interested in an 'American' education); and the families of 'foreign' students looking to apply to college in the United States (the edX course “COL101x: The Road to Selective College Admissions” looks, at least to my eyes, tailor made for certain segments of the population of learners in places like China, Korea, Hong Kong, etc.). In other words, at least in the near term, a Matthew Effect in Educational Technology may be apparent, where those who are best placed to benefit from the introduction of a new technology tool or innovation are the ones who indeed benefit from it the most. Longer term, though, it is possible to view this news about movement of a major MOOC platform into the area of secondary education as one further indication that we are getting further along from the 'front end of the e-learning wave' (of which MOOCs are but one part) to something that will eventually have a greater mass impact beyond what is happening now in the 'rich' countries of North America and the OECD. Learning with new technologies has of course been around for many decades but, broadly speaking, has not (yet) had the 'transformational' impact that has long been promised. "Gradually, then suddenly" is how one of Ernest Hemingway's characters famously describes how he went bankrupt. Might this be how the large scale adoption of educational technologies will eventually happen as well in much of the world? I black swan f so, one credible potential tipping point may be a 'black swan' event that could push all of this stuff into the mainstream, especially in places where it to date has been largely peripheral: some sort of major health-related scare. (For those unfamiliar with the term, which was popularized by Nicholas Taleb, a 'black swan' is a rare event that people don't anticipate but which has profound consequences). One of the first ever posts on the EduTech blog, Education & Technology in an Age of Pandemics, looked at some of what had been learned about how teachers and learners use new technologies to adapt when schools were closed in response to outbreaks involving the H1N1 influenza virus: the 'swine flu' that afflicted many in Mexico about six years ago; and an earlier outbreak of 'bird flu' in China. I have recently been fielding many calls as a result of the current outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa asking essentially, 'Can we do anything with technology to help our students while our schools are closed?', and so I thought it might be useful to revisit, and update, that earlier post, in case doing so might be a useful contribution to a number of related discussions are occurring. ---

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Personal Learning in a Connected World: Learning and Performance Support Systems ~ Stephen's Web

Personal Learning in a Connected World: Learning and Performance Support Systems ~ Stephen's Web | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Stephen's Web, the home page of Stephen Downes, with news and information on e-learning, new media, instructional technology, educational design, and related subjects
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Social bookmarking site for schools. Allow students to learn, gather & share resources with classmates.

Social bookmarking site for schools. Allow students to learn, gather & share resources with classmates. | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
A social bookmarking site for schools. Allow students to explore, learn, gather & share resources with everyone in the class. No student sign up required! Easily share resources with anyone in the class!
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Learning in an introductory physics MOOC: All cohorts learn equally, including an on-campus class | Colvin | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Learning in an introductory physics MOOC: All cohorts learn equally, including an on-campus class | Colvin | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Learning in an introductory physics MOOC: All cohorts learn equally, including an on-campus class
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Here’s the First Step When Building Interactive E-Learning Courses

Here’s the First Step When Building Interactive E-Learning Courses | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Content is king when it comes to interactive e-learning courses. But don't neglect getting your learners to touch the screen and engaging them that way.
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What Happens When Crowdsourcing Stops Being Polite And Starts Getting Real

What Happens When Crowdsourcing Stops Being Polite And Starts Getting Real | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Great things have come from Quirky and its community of inventors. But their biggest project, Aros, strained everyone.
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League for Innovation in the Community College

The League is an international service consortium dedicated to catalyzing the community college movement.
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The MOOC Where Everybody Learned – Wired Campus - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The MOOC Where Everybody Learned – Wired Campus - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Перелік наукових фахових видань - Міністерство освіти і науки України

Перелік наукових фахових видань - Міністерство освіти і науки України | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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10 lessons learned from MOOCs

10 lessons learned from MOOCs | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
From what works best to clues about the model's future viability, what have massive open online courses taught us?
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The Role of e-Learning in Building and Managing Organizational Talent: A Case Study

The Role of e-Learning in Building and Managing Organizational Talent: A Case Study | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
For any organization, its ‘people’ are its greatest asset. Modern companies truly believe that an organizations’ strength lies in empowering its people with innovation and care. In the tryst to
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The Challenges (and Future) of Networked Learning - by Stephen Downes

A conversation about challenges (and future?) of networked learning. A broad understanding of the meaning and potential of networked learning can help educatio…

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Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, September 9, 2:38 AM

Ennesima parola chiave per definire la formazione contemporanea, quella nell'epoca della rete, ma magari è quella giusta. Certo che, in Italia, si dovrebbe cominciare a fare sul serio e non solo parlarne.

Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, September 9, 2:42 AM

Ennesima parola chiave per definire la formazione contemporanea, quella nell'epoca della rete, ma magari è quella giusta. Certo che, in Italia, si dovrebbe cominciare a fare sul serio e non solo parlarne.

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Learning and Connectivism in MOOCs - by Stephen Downes


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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, September 13, 4:27 AM

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Won Ho's curator insight, September 13, 5:12 AM

Little bit peculiar to me. But anyway it is worth to take a look.

 

조금 심오하고 별나 보이기는 하지만 한편으로는 공감가는 부분도 있을 듯.... 

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Connectivism and its place in the K12 classroom

Connectivism and its place in the K12 classroom | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Connectivism situates itself as the newest learning theory amongst theories such as behaviorism. cognitivism, and constructivism. (Siemens, 2004). Each of these theories to learning was created wit...
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Balance is an Illusion

Balance is an Illusion | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
This is another one of those posts that I've been trying to write for some time. It's quite philosophical but it's about something that I, and many others, have been trying to come to terms with fo...
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MOOCs 2.0: Scaling One-on-One Learning | WIRED

MOOCs 2.0: Scaling One-on-One Learning | WIRED | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
In the summer of 2011, massive open online courses, or MOOCs, appeared seemingly out of nowhere and changed the education landscape forever. In many ways, MOOCs are like the troublemakers in Apple’s legendary “Think Different” ad: You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. But the only thing you can’t do is…
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How Effective Is Technology With At-Risk Students?

How Effective Is Technology With At-Risk Students? | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
A recent report released by the Alliance for Excellent Education and Stanford University focuses on how effective technology is when it comes to at-risk students.
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3 Questions to Ask Before Implementing Predictive Analytics for Online Student Success | Academic Impressions

3 Questions to Ask Before Implementing Predictive Analytics for Online Student Success | Academic Impressions | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Protecting Personal Data in an LRS.docx - Google Drive

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Хто створить український онлайн-університет?

Хто створить український онлайн-університет? | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Чи зможуть українські ІТ-компанії створити альтернативу традиційним університетам?
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Технология оценки эффективности обучения персонала / Блоги на HRM.RU

Технология оценки эффективности обучения персонала / Блоги на HRM.RU | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Предлагаю бриф технологии оценки
эффективности обучения обучения. Пост возник в продолжение дискуссии 
Оценка
эффективности обучения (кейс). Как мне кажется, настало пора уже
освобождаться от мифов Модели Киркпатрика. Я предлагаю остановиться на
трех шагах:
Установление различий
Выявление влияния
Вычисление эффективности
и добавлю от себя Выстраивание системы измерений

По пунктам
Установление различий
Или, по другому: ДО и ПОСЛЕ. Этап этап включает в себя определение
измеряемого...
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Free eLearning Books - The Ultimate List - eLearning Industry

Free eLearning Books - The Ultimate List - eLearning Industry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Free eLearning Books: The Ultimate List of Free eLearning eBooks. 53 free eLearning and instructional design books from the eLearning industry's top talents
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