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Data innovations report | #bigdata #opendata


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Arent van 't Spijker's curator insight, February 13, 2014 7:15 AM

Literally a list of 100 data innovations. I particularly like IBM's content analysis of ingredients and cooking methods to create new and exotic recipes.

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Educational Technology and the Sources of Innovation -

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Based on Jon Udell’s excellent post, I spent the weekend getting reacquainted with work of Eric von Hippel, the researcher who pioneered the study of user-driven innovation.

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Notes on "Beyond Retrofitting: Innovation in Higher Education"

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Debate about the revolutionary potential of technology in higher education has never been more intense, nor greater in volume. For spectators and participants alike, it’s great fun. Me, I’m just gl...

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Epidemics - the Dynamics of Infectious Diseases with Marcel Salathe

Sign up at http://www.coursera.org/course/epidemics. The course Epidemics - the Dynamics of Infectious Diseases by Marcel Salathé from Pennsylvania State Uni...

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Top Free Classes's curator insight, October 19, 2013 5:51 PM

Innovative MOOCs: On Oct. Prof. Marcel Salathé and 7 other Penn State faculty members  launched the course "Epidemics - the dynamics of infectious diseases" and with it , the website www.moocdemic.com, a massive open online multiplayer game that simulates an unfolding, virtual epidemic with the help of participants' mobile devices." The #MOOCDEMIC game can be played without participating in the online course and vice versa, but knowing how epidemics unfold might be helpful in the #game. The  game is using actual concepts and terms from #epidemiology course:  https://www.coursera.org/course/epidemics