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Managing eLearning | Is An LMS Still Relevant? Panel at Learning 3.0 this week in Chicago!

Managing eLearning | Is An LMS Still Relevant? Panel at Learning 3.0 this week in Chicago! | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Is An LMS Still Relevant?  Panel at Learning 3.0 this week in Chicago! I want to start this post by stating how much I enjoy participating in conferences.  Discussions and presentations specificall...
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Proyecto Horizon Iberoamérica 2012: Ya está disponible el Informe Horizon Iberoamérica 2012

Proyecto Horizon Iberoamérica 2012: Ya está disponible el Informe Horizon Iberoamérica 2012 | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

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Connecta't per aprendre. Aprenentatge social i personalitzat | Octeto

Connecta't per aprendre. Aprenentatge social i personalitzat | Octeto | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

El próximo 30 de octubre se presenta el libro editado por la Associació de Mestres Rosa Sensat "Connecta't per aprendre. Aprenentatge social i personalitzat" de Jordi Jubany.

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Students at the Center

Students at the Center | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Student-centered approaches to learning respond to each student’s needs and interests, making use of new tools for doing so.

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Javiera Atenas: Directory of OER repositories

Javiera Atenas: Directory of OER repositories | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

After weeks and weeks digging on the internet, reviewing hundreds of OER initiatives, projects, blogs and hashtags, and also harassing other OER enthusiasts and experts in twitter, I managed to develop a first version of a directory of OER repositories.

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OCDE | Technology Foresight Forum 2012 - Harnessing data as a new source of growth: Big data analytics and policies

OCDE | Technology Foresight Forum 2012 - Harnessing data as a new source of growth: Big data analytics and policies | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
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Los documentos de los Congresos de Mapas Conceptuales, más accesibles

Los documentos de los Congresos de Mapas Conceptuales, más accesibles | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Después de la celebración en septiembre del CMC 2012 en Malta, el acceso a los documentos presentados en el referido congresos se ha facilitado, y existen distintas vías.


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Top Open Source Learning Management Systems

Top Open Source Learning Management Systems | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Open source Learning Management Systems have become extremely popular in recent years, but what does open source mean? <p><a href="http:...

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Creating Order From Digital Chaos | GigaOM

Creating Order From Digital Chaos | GigaOM | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Giuseppe Mauriello: I read this interesting article on GigaOM by Jim Hornthal that published an excerpt from his TED ebook “Haystack Full of Needles: Cutting Through the Clutter of the Online World to find a Place, Partner, or President.”

 

Here are some points that they caught my attention:

"What happens when data is huge? We get lost. Discovery, not search, will produce the next data-exploration breakthrough.

 

In the modern era, information overload has become an even larger problem than information scarcity. Data is generated by the ton, and most of it is not remotely relevant or useful. The way we search has even created a gray market in this thin veneer of content, often referred to as “faux content.”

 

Estimates vary but all point to evidence that a great percentage of the web today is simply manufactured sites created specifically to scoop up visitors in search of ad dollars. The effect isn’t just a nuisance, and makes sifting through the ever growing tons of online data even more confounding.

 

The back-link game, or the process by which websites can purchase inbound links — Google’s original secret sauce that generated results based on the “authority” of a web page — has become vital to generating superior search results, and the multibillion-dollar search-engine optimization industry is built on reverse-engineering the actual search algorithms for commercial gain.

 

Rich Skrenta, the CEO of the spam-free search engine Blekko, frames this de-evolution in an interesting way: “Today, the Web has become a tragedy of the commons, a social system ruled by spam — over 90 percent of URLs today are pure junk!”

 

Fortunately, there is a growing band of innovators who have taken up the challenge and are tackling those issues — with startlingly similar approaches. Their universal mission is to employ relevant, expert-based pattern recognition to generate a useful consumer outcome.

 

For these passionate discovery engineers, the goal is not to find a needle in a haystack, but instead to present a haystack of needles, an array of potential valuable answers to a growing list of useful and impactful questions..."

 

Read full original article here:

http://gigaom.com/2012/10/20/creating-order-from-digital-chaos/

 


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Ten Terrific Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools

Ten Terrific Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Today, I am running a workshop about using mind mapping and brainstorming tools to help students meet some of the Common Core standards in English Language Arts. Below are some of the tools that we will be using today.


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HowOpenIsIt? | Open Access Spectrum (OAS)

HowOpenIsIt? | Open Access Spectrum (OAS) | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

"PLOS, SPARC and OASPA have collaborated to create a guide that identifies the core components of OA and how they are implemented across the spectrum between “Open Access” and “Closed Access”.  The guide provides an easily understandable, comprehensive, and quantifiable resource to help authors make informed decisions on where to publish based on publisher policies.  In addition, funders and other organizations will have a resource that indicates criteria for what level of OA is required for their policies and mandates."

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World Internet Users Statistics Usage and World Population Stats

Internet World Stats, Population and Internet Users in all countries and usage in all regions of the world. The Internet Big Picture.
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EURODL | Learning technology through three generations of technology enhanced distance education pedagogy

EURODL | Learning technology through three generations of technology enhanced distance education pedagogy | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Learning technology through three generations of technology enhanced distance education pedagogy

Terry Anderson and Jon Dron 
Athabasca University, Canada [www.athabascau.ca]

The article is published in Revista Mexicana de Bachillerato a Distancia, in Spanish

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The Next Step for Learning: Practical Contextualization by Clark N. Quinn : Learning Solutions Magazine

The Next Step for Learning: Practical Contextualization by Clark N. Quinn : Learning Solutions Magazine | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Recognition has grown that content, by itself, is not necessarily going to make a difference. Formal learning, without having helped the learner be in a context where the content makes sense, cognitively and emotionally, doesn’t work. Even a well-designed job aid won’t make sense in the wrong context or if the performer doesn’t use it. Hence the recent rallying cry: “If content is king, then context is emperor.”

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Start with the Learner: Personalizing Learning with Technology | Digital Learning Environments

By Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey

In a personalized learning environment, teacher and student roles change and technology plays a major role in supporting a personalized approach to learning.

Personalized learning, by whatever name, is a central design principle for a transformed education system. -- Bordeaux, J.

The term “Personalized Learning” is a buzz word educators use as an alternative to “one size fits all” instruction. This message is confusing, because it is used in conjunction with differentiation and individualization.

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Personalize Learning: The Expert Learner with Voice and Choice

Personalize Learning: The Expert Learner with Voice and Choice | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
voice and choice, learner-centered, personalization, motivation, engagement...
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Weblog of D. Jones | Numbers Are Not Enough. Why e-Learning Analytics Failed to Inform an Institutional Strategic Plan

The following has some reflection/questions generated while reading Macfadyen, L. P., & Dawson, S. (2012). Numbers Are Not Enough. Why e-Learning Analytics Failed to Inform an Institutional Str...
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TEching as design science: innovations with pedagogies and technologies@conole keynote eden

National Teaching Fellow 2012 Teaching as design science:innovations with pedagogies and technologies Gráinne Conole...
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Learning 3.0 and the Smart eXtended Web S. Wheeler

This slide show accompanied a keynote presentation given for the ICL conference in Villach, Austria on 28 September, 2012.

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Where does curation sit in e-learning?

Where does curation sit in e-learning? | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Where does curation sit in all of this? Whilst blogging implies creating content or self-publishing, curation is aggregating content by one person for others – going out with a broom to sweep autum...


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Create or Curate? | Designed For Learning

Create or Curate? | Designed For Learning | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

  One of the current hot topics in e-learning is curation. But what exactly is curation?

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Interpretation is the key word here. These institutions have substantial collections of objects and artefacts – way too much usually to put on display – so the role of the curator is to create an exhibit that combines a variety of artefacts in order that they may be interpreted in some way by the visitors. Interpretation is largely about telling stories. And not surprisingly it’s about learning so in that respect a curator is a sort of teacher.

So in the simplest terms curation is about organising, displaying and interpreting stuff. More tellingly it’s about organising, displaying and interpreting other people’s stuff.

Curation on the Web

In this post I really want to focus on curation as it applies to learning (and specifically online learning) but before we do that it’s worth exploring the current trend for digital curation on the web.

Curation is big on the web driven largely by a raft of new platforms such as Storify, Scoop.it and Pinterest that make it easy to collect, organise and display the articles, photos, and videos we come across while trawling the Internet.

Curation with these tools appears to be primarily about aggregation and many curators place freshness above anything else so many curated collections end up looking like the front page of newspapers. Indeed many of the platforms are purposely designed to look like magazine pages. A scoop beats old ideas hands down in the attention economy.

Learning is different to news. The important stuff is persistent. It has a long shelf-life. If you are new to e-learning then reading an article on ‘Social Learning’ isn’t going to be the best place to start your learning journey even if it is the hottest new topic. Curation applied to learning is going to be much more dependent on interpretation rather than organisation. Before our new e-learner reads about ‘Social Learning’ they should understand what an instructional designer does and why we need LMS’.

But we are all creators not curators?

 


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Brad Ovenell-Carter's comment, October 22, 2012 10:55 AM
Posted something similar on my blog. I like yours better! http://www.ovenell-carter.com/collecting-is-not-curating/
plerudulier's comment, October 22, 2012 12:18 PM
in all fairness, credit goes to the author JOHN CURRAN.
Paula Correia's curator insight, April 19, 2013 5:45 AM

“Um dos temas atuais em e-learning é a curadoria. Mas o que é exatamente a curadoria? E que importância tem isso para o e-learning?
Curiosamente a palavra deriva do latim cura - o que significa, literalmente, alguém que se importa. Curadores têm existido há milhares de anos, e o seu papel é definido desta forma:
Tradicionalmente, um curador ou guardião de uma galeria, de um museu, biblioteca ou arquivo supervisiona as coleções de uma instituição e é responsável pela segurança, exibição, documentação e interpretação dos objetos e artefactos na coleção…”

Uma curadoria eficaz envolve uma série de competências-chave: descobrir; filtrar; classificar; sintetizar; resumir; sinalizar; equilibrar criação com curadoria.