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Loveless MOOCs

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Teaching & Learning Is there a paradigm shift to learning in higher education or are universities going to continue focusing on content delivery and expect...
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On Expectations | Dani Shapiro

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It isn't easy, is it?  Let me back up, for the sake of perspective, and point out that obviously there are other ways of living that are a whole lot harder.  (Thanks so much!
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English Exercises:English Grammar Exercises:FREE Exercises

English exercises-FREE English Exercises:Lots of English exercises to improve your English grammar online.
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Watch Free Documentaries Online | Documentary Heaven

Watch Free Documentaries Online | Documentary Heaven | Euroexam extras | Scoop.it
DocumentaryHeaven is a site filled with thousands of free online documentaries just waiting to be seen. So come on in!
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Overcome Writing Chores with Essay Help

Overcome Writing Chores with Essay Help lod: .dBL http://t.co/ncSBBt7k...
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Love letters on brink of extinction

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Love letters on brink of extinction: Writing a love letter is the most romantic gesture with… http://t.co/Iq64c2Et...
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Looking into the future of Education #evomlit

Great thoughts by Ismael Peña-López about the future of education:

 

"I honestly think that the revolution will not come from us, the insiders, but from the outsiders. Institutions might be able to perform an evolution — which is good — but times are of a revolution. Political parties, newspapers, the entertainment industry crises, and it is not politicians, newspapers or artists the ones that will lead the revolution, but the people who love politics, journalism and culture. Same with education: there already exist things as open educational resources, remixing culture, badges, alternative reputation systems, crowdsourcing, MOOCs, PLEs that are providing good and sustainable alternatives to the educational system as we know it. It is just a matter of time that these new approximations to education are sustainable in time. We can now separate the content from the container, and think of ways of getting rid of assessment, evaluating teachers, credit recognition, reputation, promotion and tenure, research and focus on learning. We should start thinking about education and educators and not the educational system or educational institutions (Martha Stone Wiske points that this is especially true in college and higher education, and I fully agree with her in that point)."


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Twitter_At_A_Glance

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An at a glance cheat sheet, feel free to pass along, use, post all under Creative Commons - Share Alike! - Suggestions welcome and comments always lusted for! FEATURED on my BLOG: www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2010/11/twitter-to-follow-to-l...

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English Grammar Exercises

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Learn English with our Free Online Grammar Exercises, Reference...

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Premier Skills English

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Learn English online with the help of this free website brought to you by the British Council and Barclays Premier League. Communicate in two of the world’s global languages – English and football.


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B2/C1: English Online France - Movie Trailers: Free EFL / ESL Listening exercises

B2/C1: English Online France - Movie Trailers: Free EFL / ESL Listening exercises | Euroexam extras | Scoop.it

Choose a film and use the trailer as a dictation passage. Fanbtastic resource for thhe Grammar and Vocabulary 1 -Dictation task

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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Why the Change? Online Class by Dr. Nellie Deutsch

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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) began with the idea of connecting for learning via personal learning environments (PLEs) using blogs, wikis, google groups, and Moodle. 
According to Wikipedia, the term MOOC is said to have started in 2008 by Dave Cormier and Bryan Alexander "in response to an open online course designed and lead by George Siemens and Stephen Downes" (wikipedia). 

However, MOOCs have changed from the idea of connecting with others for learning to the more traditional content delivery format as demonstrated by Khan's Academy, MIT's and Standford.

The presenter has participated in MOOCs since 2008. She will discuss the transition of the MOOC from having an active learning format to what they are today - content sharing and teaching to the masses.


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Grooveshark - Free Music Streaming, Online Music

Grooveshark provides free music streaming, online radio stations, and lets you connect with artists and friends.
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10 Apps for Learners Who Struggle with Reading and/or Writing | Free Resources from the Net for EVERY Learner

10 Apps for Learners Who Struggle with Reading and/or Writing | Free Resources from the Net for EVERY Learner | Euroexam extras | Scoop.it

Despite the growing use of multimedia in classrooms, schools remain primarily text oriented. This is a major problem for significant numbers of learners who struggle with text. No matter how capable they may be in other respects, these students are not “academically” oriented in the ways that tend to matter most in the classroom.


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listenupnorth.com - Subscribe

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listenupnorth.com - The spoken word entertainment website for online and downloadable drama, poetry, short stories, book extracts, interviews plus information on writers and actors.
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Present Perfect Tense

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Essential basic English lessons for beginning English learners. This lesson focuses on the present perfect and includes a short quiz to test your understanding.
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BIN-04 Reading Skills I Class Blog: Week 6: Vocabulary by Categories Exercise 5

BIN-04 Reading Skills I Class Blog: Week 6: Vocabulary by Categories Exercise 5 | Euroexam extras | Scoop.it

Instructions. Here you are provided a series of web links for you to explore and complete the following chart with the missing information. You may also visit other web pages to find the information requested.

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The 21st Century Curator

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Post by Sahana (http://www.blogger.com/profile/09533308240409984953)

 

"How do the skills of a curator apply in an organizational context? More than ever before, as we know. In globally distributed and networked organizations engaged in doing complex work, where exception handling is likely to be the norm, it is crucial for information flow to be transparent and to have folks who can spot the patterns, connect the dots and provide that key insight which keep an organization on the cutting edge. They may or may not be officially conferred the title of curators. But the need is irrefutable. Probably the biggest challenge facing organizations today is not the lack of data creation, but the lack of someone who can connect all the floating dots—inside and outside the organization—that lead to meaningful decisions. While some aspects can be automated—using analytics—it still requires a human curator to recognize patterns and present the output.

Who are likely to be playing the role of key curators in an organization? Most likely to be the community managers! With organizations going the social business route and investing in a social platform, community managers will soon become an essential role. And community managers are the best placed to play the role of curators as well. One insight I gleaned from this post by Bertrand Duperrin: Are curators the missing thing in enterprise 2.0 approaches? Curators are focused on information flows without thinking they’re leading or managing any community. From which I draw the inference that curators need not be community managers, but community managers should ideally have curation skills or work closely with curators to build a successful community.

As Clay Shirky said here: Curation comes up when search stops working…[and] when people realize that it isn't just about information seeking, it's also about synchronizing a community."

 


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English Corner: English grammar exercises, vocabulary games, reading exercises

English grammar exercises for ESL/EFL students, grammar rules and tables, grammar and preposition tests, vocabulary games, collocations, interactive readings, and more.

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Compleat Lexical Tutor

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A complete website for learning and learning about English words. You can test your vocabulary level, then work on the words at the level where you are weak.
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B2 Listening: Learning English - 6 Minute English - Reading the classics

Alice and Yvonne discuss why people today don't seem to read the classics as much as they did in the past - and we hear how the Royal Spanish Academy is using modern technology to change this trend: 6 Minute English: 14 October 2010.
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