Everything DT in education
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Everything DT in education
As mentioned in the title, everything that has to do about Design Thinking (and also Design only) in education practices.
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MIT task force releases preliminary “Future of Libraries” report

MIT task force releases preliminary “Future of Libraries” report | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
An Institute-wide task force has released a preliminary plan for updating the MIT Libraries.
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Université de Nantes : Renouveler la traditionnelle visite de la BU par un jeu - Innovation Pédagogique | Veille BU

Université de Nantes : Renouveler la traditionnelle visite de la BU par un jeu - Innovation Pédagogique | Veille BU | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Depuis la rentrée 2013, suite à un constat général du peu d'enthousiasme des étudiants aux formations classiques à la recherche documentaire, l'équipe de formatrices de la BU de droit de l'Université de Nantes avait modifié le tutorat BU destiné... | Veille BU
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Are YOU Using Adaptive Learning Tools in Your Classroom? How’s it Going? — Emerging Education Technologies

Are YOU Using Adaptive Learning Tools in Your Classroom? How’s it Going? — Emerging Education Technologies | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
I borrowed this image from this great Aspire blog post (hope they don’t mind!) Share Your Experience and Let Others Know What This Powerful Technology can do for Your Students Adaptive learning software solutions have evolved and continue to mature. There
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Can data help save MOOCs? - The Stanford Daily

Can data help save MOOCs? - The Stanford Daily | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
The Stanford Daily Can data help save MOOCs? The Stanford Daily By analyzing this data, Paepcke and his team can identify strengths and weaknesses in Stanford MOOC designs.
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Academics: leave your ivory towers and pitch your work to the media

Academics: leave your ivory towers and pitch your work to the media | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Publishing in academic journals is prestigious, but sharing your ideas with a wider audience is exciting and full of unexpected rewards You may have seen the recent headlines screaming “Spicy foods could help you live longer!
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Automating big-data analysis – The MIT Tech replaces human intuition with algorithms

Automating big-data analysis – The MIT Tech replaces human intuition with algorithms | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
A new system designed by MIT computer scientists that replaces human intuition with algorithms outperforms 615 of 906 human teams.
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The psychological impact of a person’s voice

The psychological impact of a person’s voice | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
“In-person meetings are more effective than virtual ones.” That’s the stale, but strongly supported view on virtual interaction, backed by many experts in the field.
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Flashy university buildings: do they live up to the hype?

Flashy university buildings: do they live up to the hype? | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Universities love a flagship building that sets them apart from the rest. But are they being designed with learning and research in mind? University buildings that break the mould - in pictures.
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Developing a framework for teaching open courses

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This post was written jointly with Katia Hildebrandt and also appears on her blog. Recently, we presented at OER15 in Cardiff, Wales, on the topic of developing a framework for open courses. In our...
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How does curriculum and pedagogy interact with the learning spaces teachers and students utilise daily?

How does curriculum and pedagogy interact with the learning spaces teachers and students utilise daily? | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
  When following the guidelines of what the Australian Curriculum has been designed to achieve, it is evident that we are endeavouring to provide our students’ with an educational experience t...
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Defining the future of internationalisation in Europe

Defining the future of internationalisation in Europe | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
A recent study entitled 'Internationalisation of Higher Education' in the European context provides a comprehensive perspective on what is the current state of internationalization is and what should it look like in future.
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Learning spaces

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An infoKit with associated case studies and a photo library on new build and refurbishment in the sectors including sustainable approaches and business incubation spaces.
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What Would An Open Access Academic Library Look Like, and What Would an Open Access Academic Librarian Do?

What Would An Open Access Academic Library Look Like, and What Would an Open Access Academic Librarian Do? | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
In the context of something else, I mooted whether a particular project required an "open access academic library" as a throwaway comment, but it's a phrase that's been niggling at me, along with t...
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York University revamps engineering school to look like a startup

York University revamps engineering school to look like a startup | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
The oblong, 16,000-square-metre building, constructed at a cost of $69-million, is a key pillar of the Toronto university’s attempt to align higher education more closely with the business world
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10 Things I Learned about Learning from Eric Ma...

10 Things I Learned about Learning from Eric Ma... | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Based on Dr. Mazur's Peer Instruction method, here are ten things for instructors to consider when planning their courses: 1. Technology has brought information from a static to a dynamic state, but technology should still come second to pedagogy. Do not be dazzled by the latest gadgets and forget to teach. 2. The architecture of learning spaces matters. Students may learn better in different environments and certain classroom setups can better facilitate discussion. 3. "Understanding" is the ability to transfer knowledge to a new context. Do your students understand the material or just have it memorized? 4. Studying for exams results in a lack of learning and retention of knowledge. Students should study for learning's sake. Learners driven by intrinsic motivation will want to know the information, not cheat. Perhaps exams and grades are not the right incentives. 5. Most assessments focus on the correct answer. However, knowing the logic process behind the answer matters more than knowing the answer itself. 6. While grades measure students' standings relative to other students, feedback allows students to reflect on their own learning. 7. Optimize the discussion.The students are more likely to learn from someone they do not know, instead of someone with whom they are familiar and who thinks like they do. 8. Connect the in-class and out-of-class components (the information transfer and assimilation, respectively). Allow students to think critically in class about the information they have just discovered. Give the material relevance. 9. Keep the students engaged. We have heard that the brain is more active when asleep than while in front of the television. Lectures do not differ much from watching TV--the brain is not engaged. 10. Confusion is part of the learning process. If a student is confused, it does not necessarily mean they do not understand the material. If a student is not confused, that does not necessarily mean that they do understand it. | Formation des Enseignants Teacher Education
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Defining the future of internationalisation in Europe

Defining the future of internationalisation in Europe | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
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Learning spaces

An infoKit with associated case studies and a photo library on new build and refurbishment in the sectors including sustainable approaches and business incubation spaces.
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Two Alternate Academic Models - Inside Higher Ed (blog)

Two Alternate Academic Models - Inside Higher Ed (blog) | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Two Alternate Academic Models Inside Higher Ed (blog) My take-away is that students would benefit greatly from an approach to instructional design that involves a constructivist epistemology and a metacognitive approach that builds on the notion of...
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Best podcasts about data science

Best podcasts about data science | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
If you’re a data science enthusiast, you’ve doubtless read many of the classic books — both popular science and academic — that cover the field. But what if you want to expand your data science horizons but don’t have time to read a full book?
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How to make the most of 30% feedback

How to make the most of 30% feedback | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Giving feedback is only part of the feedback process. We spend a great deal of time talking about how to provide, offer and give feedback but little on how to receive it.
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Le Design Thinking : pour une intégration des TICe dans la scénarisation pédagogique

Le Design Thinking : pour une intégration des TICe dans la scénarisation pédagogique | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Issu du champ de la conception industrielle et architecturale, le Design Thinking, méthodologie pour l'innovation, fait depuis une petite dizaine années l'objet d'expériences pédagogiques.
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The Evolving Classroom: Creating Experiential Learning Spaces

The Evolving Classroom: Creating Experiential Learning Spaces | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Experiential learning enhances student engagement and learning and thus is an important pedagogical driver of learning space design.
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Open access is not free. Someone is doing the work. Someone is paying

Open access is not free. Someone is doing the work.  Someone is paying | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Much of what's being said in support of open access publishing misses one key point: that is there is always a value chain and costs are incurred. Someone somewhere is paying for open access.

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Authors should not be duped into paying to publish their content! 

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Designing Personal Learning Environments

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Stephen Downes,
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Aug 27, 2015
This is the outline I used for the 'Designing Personal Learning Environments' workshop we held at the University of Guadalajara today.
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Stephen Downes paratage et appelle aux contributions pour un exercice de définition des son EAP.

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Designing Learning Spaces for Both Online and On-Campus Delivery -- Campus Technology

Designing Learning Spaces for Both Online and On-Campus Delivery -- Campus Technology | Everything DT in education | Scoop.it
Purdue University found a way to create a flexible and inviting learning space for on-campus learners while also delivering high-quality audio and video recording for distance students.
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