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Una mirada integral de un proyecto de e-learning | Net-Learning Blog | Entornos virtuales de aprendizaje

Una mirada integral de un proyecto de e-learning | Net-Learning Blog | Entornos virtuales de aprendizaje | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
El Diplomado en Diseño, Gestión y Evaluación de Proyectos de E-learning y Formación Virtual…  una mirada integral de un proyecto de e-learning.

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Rewriting the code: time for reflection @julianstodd

Rewriting the code: time for reflection @julianstodd | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
It's been a busy week: new ideas, new people, new places. Today, back at home again, it's a bit of a blur. I need time to reflect: to work out how to contextualise this new information with what i ...

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QUODL - Quality of Online & Distance Education: The Rules of eLearning: Learners need to learn how to learn

QUODL - Quality of Online & Distance Education: The Rules of eLearning: Learners need to learn how to learn | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

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Mastering the Internet of Everything

Mastering the Internet of Everything | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

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Gary Bamford's curator insight, June 5, 2:37 AM

New 'Masters of the Universe' - apply here ;)

Mike Collins's curator insight, June 5, 7:08 AM

Great post from @Hjarche focusing on the journey required and the digital literacies we'll need to develop to master the world wide web to make of the opportunities and potential

niftyjock's curator insight, June 5, 8:11 PM

I can't even master the internet of me

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The Productive eLearning Project Manager Infographic | e-Learning Infographics

The Productive eLearning Project Manager Infographic | e-Learning Infographics | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
The Productive eLearning Project Manager Infographic provides 5 indispensable tips that can help you become a more productive eLearning project manager:
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Memory Retention and the Forgetting Curve Infographic | e-Learning Infographics

Memory Retention and the Forgetting Curve Infographic | e-Learning Infographics | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
The Memory Retention and the Forgetting Curve Infographic examines how the human brain absorbs and categorizes information differently.

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¿Cómo crear un proyecto de contenidos didácticos online? - Personas que aprenden.

¿Cómo crear un proyecto de contenidos didácticos online? - Personas que aprenden. | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
Fases para crear y gestionar un proyecto de contenidos didácticos online. Ejemplo de Red Visible

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Les REL pour une Éducation libre

Les REL pour une Éducation libre | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

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Michèle Drechsler's curator insight, February 22, 10:23 AM

J'ai participé au développement de ce MOOC pour l'OIF avec l'Université de Moncton et le Centre national de recherches du Canada. J'interviens pour la partie "REL et pédagogie". Venez nous rejoindre !

Karine Thonnard's curator insight, February 22, 10:45 AM

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Docencia virtual: E-learning y B-learning - Desarrollo Curricular y ...

Docencia virtual: E-learning y B-learning - Desarrollo Curricular y ... | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
En este blogger podrás encontrar informaciones de interés, recursos educativos, estrategias del proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje, novedades, en fin todo lo relacionado con las Tic. ¡Gracias por tu visita!

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How To Be An Effective Content Curator: A Resources Guidemap from #DCurate MOOC

How To Be An Effective Content Curator: A Resources Guidemap from #DCurate MOOC | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

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Paula Silva's curator insight, March 3, 11:34 PM

A useful source for content curation.

Ali Anani's curator insight, March 4, 12:37 AM

Curate and scoop it- this one shows you how to curate  effectively

Christoph Meier's curator insight, March 11, 9:38 AM
Robin Good's insight:

 

Here's a valuable resource on content curation, "distilled" by the students of the DCurate MOOC lead Martin Couzins and Sam Burrough which organizes over 60 different articles, guides and tools on the topic.

 

This resources collection is presented in the form of a Pearltrees interactive map, organized into eight sections:

 

1. Why Do We Need Curators

 

2. What Is Digital Curation

 

3. Aggregation vs. Curation

 

4. It's All About Audience

 

5. How Do We Find Valuable Content

 

6. How Do You Decide What To Curate

 

7. Curation Tools

 

8. Contributions from participants

 

If you are new to content curation this is a good resource to bookmark and keep as a reference.

 

DCurate MOOC sign-up: http://www.curatr3.com/portfolio-item/how-to-be-an-effective-digital-curator/  ;


See also: http://sco.lt/99a09Z ;

 

 

Free to use.

 

Explore the guidemap: http://bit.ly/digitalcuratorguidemap ;

 

See also: https://gibbon.co/RobinGood/content-curation-guide ;

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Robótica, programação e EaD: evento traz ideias e soluções para a educação

Robótica, programação e EaD: evento traz ideias e soluções para a educação | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

Construir sistemas, desenvolver códigos, criar jogos. Assistir a uma aula por computador, conhecer as possibilidades culturais em torno de uma escola por georreferenciamento. Enfim, mostrar que as escolas não estão alheias ao processo de inclusão digital e chamá-las para a discussão. A 12ª Oficina para Inclusão Digital e Participação Social, realizada pela Associação Software Livre.Org na semana passada, em Brasília, trouxe estes e muitos outros temas que buscam apontar ideias e soluções possíveis para a educação no século 21.


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Assessing Student Relationships

Assessing Student Relationships | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
In this third post in my series about comprehensive student assessment, I will tackle the second of the four quadrants of assessment (learning, relationships, resiliencies and behaviors). While

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Antonio Figueiredo's curator insight, December 12, 2013 3:51 AM

Third post in an interesting sequence devoted to alternative ways of  assessing (students and everyone).

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How to launch a startup without knowing a line of code

How to launch a startup without knowing a line of code | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
Tal Raviv is the co-founder of Ecquire. This post was originally published on OnStartups.



There is an unspoken rule: to launch a startup, you need to build a product, and to ...

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, November 17, 2013 5:03 PM

It's become fashionable to create Startups and use Developers. But anyone can start a business online, there are too many good tools around, and not only WordPress as the article suggests.

I built my site with SBI/Sitesell, and am very happy to see hundreds of visitors every day checking on funding information. SBI has many, many tools, all integrated in one package at $29.90/month or $299.00/year, less than a dollar a day. Take a look:http://www.sitesell.com/welcome23.html


Dennis Staples's curator insight, January 15, 2:37 PM

Knowing how to get your project coded is as important as knowing how to code!

 

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Little Known Ways To Power Your Google Search (Infographic)

Little Known Ways To Power Your Google Search (Infographic) | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
Use this handy illustrated reference guide to use Google search like a pro.

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niftyjock's curator insight, September 9, 6:19 PM

Betters ways to google

Katelm's curator insight, September 14, 1:02 PM

Une petite infographie pour rappeler les basiques (ou pas!) de recherche sous google.

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Ejemplos de actividades para flipped classrom

Ejemplos de actividades para flipped classrom | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

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Quim Balaguer's curator insight, July 4, 3:58 AM

Interessant esquema. Per anar pensat...

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, July 4, 3:14 PM

Ejemplos de actividades para flipped classroom

Jose María Fernandez Quinquer's curator insight, July 10, 6:04 AM

Como guía de alto nivel esta puede ser una aproximación eficaz

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The 7Cs of The 21st Century Lifelong Learning Skills ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The 7Cs of The 21st Century Lifelong Learning Skills ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
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THE 7CS OF 21ST CENTURY LIFELONG LEARNING ... 

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Checking in with Portugal's big projects to support technology use in education

Checking in with Portugal's big projects to support technology use in education | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
As part of my job at the World Bank helping to advise governments on what works, and what doesn't, related to the use of new technologies in education around the world, especially in middle- and low-income countries, I spend a fair amount of time trying to track down information about projects -- sometimes quite large in scale and invariably described as 'innovative' in some way -- that were announced with much fanfare which received a great deal of press attention, but about which very little information is subsequently made widely available. Most of these projects prominently featured some new type of technology gear, whether low cost laptops for students or new ways to connect people in remote places to the Internet or low-power e-reader devices. Other projects featured new software (English learning apps for phones! Free science curricula for teachers! A learning management system that enables personalized learning!). A sub-set of these projects -- the really ambitious and 'visionary' ones -- combined both hardware and software, and a variety of services to support their introduction and use. I do this follow up for two very basic reasons: (1) I am generally interested in learning from these sorts of projects, wherever they may be happening; and (2) I am asked about them a lot. These conversations generally go one of two ways: "Whatever happened to that project in [fill in country name] -- how are things going there these days?" "Things are proceeding [well / not so well], and a bit more slowly than originally envisioned. Here's what you need to know ..."  or, alternatively: "Can you give me an update on the exciting stuff that is happening with computers in schools in ___?" "You mean the ___ project? Actually, that never actually happened." "No, that's not true, I read that ---" "Yes, you probably did read that. You may well have heard about it during a presentation by [insert name of vendor] as well. But I assure you: I talk regularly with [the ministry of education / companies / NGOs / researchers] there: Nothing actually happened there related to this stuff in the past, and nothing is happening there related to this stuff now. Will something happen there in the future? Undoubtedly something will ... perhaps even something as potentially 'transformative' as was promised ... although whether it happens in the way it was originally marketed or advertised: Your guess is as good as mine." In retrospect, the rather short half-life of an unfortunate number of such aborted projects can largely be measured not by things actually implemented 'on the ground', but rather by PowerPoint presentations and press releases. (A rather charitable characterization of what happened in some such cases, but one that is not always or necessarily more accurate, might be that people were 'overly optimistic' or that someone or some group 'was simply ahead of her/their time'. Technology folks sometimes just dismiss such efforts as 'vaporware'.) When it comes to educational technology projects, most of the press attention tends to come when new initiatives of these sorts are announced, with some momentum continuing on for awhile in the early days of a project, especially when, for example, kids get new tablets for the first time, an occasion that presents a nice, and ready-made, photo opportunity (not that such things are ever conceived of as photo opportunities, of course!). Then, often: Silence. Projects that do get implemented, and last for awhile, tend eventually to be crowded out of the popular consciousness by the latest and greatest new (new!) thing -- and, when it comes to the use of technology in education, one thing can be certain: There is always a next new (new!) thing. (In addition to lots of press attention, the well-known One Laptop Per Child project was the subject of many papers and presentations from academics in the early days that were largely speculative -- e.g. here's what could happen -- and theoretical -- e.g. here's a pedagogical approach whose time has come. Only recently have we started to see more deliberative, rigorous academic work looking at actual implementation models, and what has happened as a result.) --- For me, the most interesting part of the use of technology in education isn't the planning for it (although I spend a lot of time helping people who do that sort of thing) nor the evaluation of the impact of such use (I spend a lot of time on that stuff as well). The most interesting part is implementation -- because it's so messy; because a fidelity to certain theoretical constructs and models often comes into rude collision with reality; because that's where you really *learn* about what works, and what doesn't, and what impact the whole enterprise may be having. How are kids, and teachers, actually using the stuff? What unexpected problems are people having -- and how are they being addressed? What is changing or happening that is interesting or surprising that wasn't part of the original plan, but which is potentially quite exciting? One place where things have actually happened related to technology use in education, and where they continue to happen, at a rather large scale, is Portugal. --- Back in 2012, we had a small event here at the World Bank that attempted to share some of the lessons learned from recent Portuguese experiences in introducing new technologies into the education sector (see Around the World with Portugal's eEscola Project and Magellan Initiative). The U.S.-based Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) released a report last month as a follow-up to a study visit to Portugal in late 2013. While written from a North American perspective and for a North American audience, "Reinventing Learning in Portugal: An Ecosystem Approach" provides a useful lens through which an outsider, regardless which continent she calls home, can start to take stock of some of the high level lessons from the ongoing Portuguese experience. (Side note: I would also be quite interested to read a companion report at some point that focuses on what went wrong in Portugal, and what changed as a result; I am a big believer in the power and value of learning from failure.) --- Countries interested in learning about the 'impact' of efforts to introduce and sustain the use of technologies to benefit education in Portugal might do well to understand the context of what has happened in Portugal, and the circumstances that may make it either unique, or a good comparator, to their own national circumstances. A quick review of what's happened in Portugal:

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Manuel Pinto's curator insight, May 1, 2:03 AM

It seems the author is writing about another country, not Portugal. Regardless the fact that the Government ruling since 2011, has suddenly abolished all the projects mentioned in the post, if the author went to the schools, I fear that the positive picture he is proposing could not be sustained at all.

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, May 5, 2:59 AM

Use of Technology in education

Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, May 6, 3:34 PM
Thank you for that update Manual Pinto; I did wonder and had questions.
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Why Successful People Have So Many Groups Of Friends

Why Successful People Have So Many Groups Of Friends | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
If you place yourself at the intersection of social groups, you'll have more ideas and more opportunities.

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Professor Jill Jameson's curator insight, April 1, 7:42 AM

Love the drawing! 

niftyjock's curator insight, April 3, 10:27 PM

Nice visualisation.

 

I think its Sagittarius?? 

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, May 5, 2:58 AM

Networking and Collaboration places an individual strategically and this allows access to more ideas and opportunities

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De nombreux scientifiques affirment que vous pourrez transférer votre cerveau dans un ordinateur dès 2045

De nombreux scientifiques affirment que vous pourrez transférer votre cerveau dans un ordinateur dès 2045 | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
Si vous avez peur de la mort ou de ne rien laisser à vos descendants, cette nouvelle va vous emplir de joie. Un ingénieur a affirmé que dans une trentaine d'années, vous pourrez transférer toute votre mémoire dans un disque dur d'ordinateur. La vie éternelle ne sera peut-être plus un mythe inaccessible.

C'est pendant le congrès Global Future 2045 que l'informaticien Ray Kurzweil a annoncé l'incroyable nouvelle. En partant du principe que les ordinateurs doublent de puissance tous les deux ans (loi de Moore), il sera possible de stocker sur disque dur l'intégralité des informations contenues dans un cerveau humain d'ici 2045. En admettant que vous trépassiez à cette époque, vos proches pourraient alors continuer à "discuter" avec vous, apprendre des choses en consultant votre répertoire culture, rire un bon coup en visitant votre dossier "humour", etc.

En imaginant une interface appropriée, il serait même possible de discuter avec vous en direct, comme dans une conversation Skype. Pour pousser les suppositions encore plus loin, certains chercheurs n'hésitent pas à dire que l'on pourrait ensuite réimplanter les données dans un robot pour humaniser le défunt. Pour cela, il faudra par contre attendre encore un peu plus longtemps. Toujours est-il que le sujet passionne. Un neurobiologiste américain a ainsi déclaré qu'il était prêt à se suicider afin d'être réincarné dans une machine pour faire avancer le projet.



Le court métrage ci-dessous, intitulé "The Final Moments of Karl Brant", propose une vision de cette nouvelle technologie. Un homme qui a transféré sa mémoire dans un ordinateur se fait assassiner quelques temps plus tard. Les enquêteurs accèdent à ces données et parviennent à discuter avec le défunt sous forme d'hologramme pour qu'il livre des informations précieuses sur le meurtrier et les raisons qui l'ont poussé à passer à l'acte. Une fois qu'il a donné les renseignements utiles à l'enquête, l'esprit est débranché alors qu'il réclame de vivre de cette façon plutôt que de disparaître.













Nous avons été complètement subjugués d'apprendre que le contenu de notre cerveau pourrait nous survivre. Nous n'aurions pas imaginé qu'une telle technologie soit réalisable dans un futur proche. Toutefois, cela est-il bien moral et ne vaudrait-il pas mieux laisser les gens partir pour de bon ? Si cela devenait possible, aimeriez-vous devenir immortel en transférant votre cerveau dans un ordinateur ?

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7 Micro-eLearning techniques to improve performance

7 Micro-eLearning techniques to improve performance | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
In this article, I will offer you an in-depth look at how you can integrate Micro-eLearning techniques into your eLearning course, in order to improve performance and provide your students or employees with the most beneficial eLearning course design.

There are a variety of benefits associated with Micro-learning, particularly in eLearning environments. In essence, micro-eLearning offers students and employees the opportunity to more easily absorb and retain the information that is being offered, by making lessons and course activities more manageable and “digestible”. Micro-eLearning is often referred to as “bite sized” education, because it breaks the educational process down into lessons that typically last no longer than a few minutes, and enable them to collect and recall course materials more efficiently and effectively. 

 



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Flipped Classroom

Guía del Flipped Classroom

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Javier Arana's curator insight, January 3, 12:13 PM

Muy buena explicación y con ejemplos de como organizar una clase invertida.

Ann's curator insight, January 13, 11:15 PM

Se pue ańadir la herramienta  para crear video desde el móvil  y Sube el  multimedia a la web : Twitcasting

Susana Negrin's curator insight, February 16, 8:45 PM

"Clase invertida"  a tenerlo en cuenta a la hora de planificar actividades educativas

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Cáritas lança IN SPIRA - Rede de Competências

Cáritas lança IN SPIRA - Rede de Competências | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it

A IN SPIRA é uma rede de competências dirigida a pessoas com mais de 45 anos, ativas, desempregadas ou reformadas no sentido de as aproximar do mercado de trabalho.


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Real truth behind google robots is that it will impact business profitability and competitiveness @thomasClaburn

Real truth behind google robots is that it will impact business profitability and competitiveness @thomasClaburn | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
While Amazon makes a splash with drones, Google invests in robot technologies. Depending on your profession, that could be bad news.

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, December 8, 2013 11:33 AM

There is so much to say on this topic and I've written about it numerous times before and recently.


  1. Race Against the Machine: Andrew McAfee at TEDxBoston http://sco.lt/84lu8P 
    Andrew McAfee was well known for coining the term "Enterprise 2.0" where he foresaw how social networks would transform the enterprise. Of course, social networks have an indirect effect on business top- or bottom-line. Being from move his insight into more "Core" or mission critical aspects of the organization. So he moved to the supply chain where, if you apply technology right, so can have a profound and rapid impact on the company's profit or market share or leadership. This is the purpose of his current work
  2. New magazines focusses on supply chain digital transformation via @capgemini @didiebon http://sco.lt/8f8beD 
    Digital Transformation- We Haven't Seen Anything Yet: 3 min video worth watching via @capgemini http://sco.lt/5YVBnV 
     McAfee now works closely with Capgemini and this collaboration has led to research on digital transformation that is truly amazing (#1 in my digital transformation reference list). It provides hard data regarding the current state of digitization in corporations and some great examples of companies that have started their digital transformation.
  3. Real-life Solutions that can be developed with @Grok http://sco.lt/5eUgCn 
    Finally the idea that robots and automation are around the corner and that the next 10 years will bring so much more than what we expect can be traced back to the book the Singularity is Near which provides a compelling case for this exponential growth. I reference here work where technology now provides tools to perform human-like processing using simple algorithms based on the brain architecture.
  4. Remote manipulation demonstrated by @mit via @MartinLessard (great french blogger in #mtl #lasphere) http://sco.lt/9MvWZl 
    Finally I like the reference to the surgeons that perform tele-medecine. We often think of robots as being machines that perform repetitive tasks that eliminate humans from the equation. Although this may be true in certain cases (car manufacturing or the Google self-driving cars for example), in the short term there is much greater opportunities in enhancing human interactions and providing telepresence than there is in replacing humans. This is most probably what most of us will see in the next 10 years.
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iPads - A Reflection on Models of Distribution and Pedagogy - Sway Grantham

iPads - A Reflection on Models of Distribution and Pedagogy - Sway Grantham | eLearning Project Management | Scoop.it
I was going to include these thoughts as part of my weekly reflection about using iPads in the classroom but the further my mind delved the more distant I seemed to get from the basic pedagogy which I was trying to record in those weekly posts.

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Syamsul Nor Azlan Mohamad's curator insight, November 3, 2013 12:10 AM

A Reflection of Model give us an idea to suite teaching and learning using iPad. iPad in classroom make learning beyond that what we expect...