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Discussing Co-creating Open Scholarship

Discussing Co-creating Open Scholarship | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Co-creating Open Scholarship; was a paper Nigel Ecclesfield and I wrote a year ago for ALT-C. There was a lot of interest in reflecting on what we had learnt about learning technology since ALT was founded in 1993, and this was what we addressed. We were asked to expand our original submission into a journal article which is now freely available in ALT’s open repository. There was some debate about using Boyer’s model of scholarship as a baseline but, unlike Martin Weller in Digital Scholar, we felt that Boyer’s model itself needed updating. This was because what we had learnt most from using learning technology was about the pedagogy of learning itself. Inspired by Terry Anderson’s excellent keynote at ALT-C on Open Learning and his early scoping of Open Scholarship we felt that we should provide a synthesis and propose a new model, derived from Boyer, upon which we could debate the future of scholarship. What we are attempting to do in this post is provide some supporting arguments for such a debate with the Escola de Comunicações e Artes in Sao Paulo.

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IRRODL Vol 13, No 3 (2012)

IRRODL Vol 13, No 3 (2012) | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (www.irrodl.org) is a refereed e-journal that aims to advance research, theory and best practice in open and distance education research.
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Libro: Las Nuevas Fronteras de la Educación a Distancia - RedDOLAC - Red de Docentes de América Latina y del Caribe -

Libro: Las Nuevas Fronteras de la Educación a Distancia - RedDOLAC - Red de Docentes de América Latina y del Caribe - | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Apreciados colegas de RedDOLAC, les informo que en el marco del XIII Encuentro Internacional Virtual Educa desarrollado en Panamá, se presentó el libro denomin…...
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Learner Blog | #CritLit2010 Taxonomy and Connectivism

Learner Blog | #CritLit2010 Taxonomy and Connectivism | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Mastery Learning is based on the most rigorous and systematic rejection of conventional beliefs concerning the reasons for variations in student performance – the work of Benjamin Bloom of th...
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ISTE | Revolutionizing Education through Technology

ISTE | Revolutionizing Education through Technology | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Effective technology implementation in schools leads to significantly higher student achievement and positive financial impact. That is a bold statement, but one with the backing of Project RED, as outlined in this new book, Revolutionizing Education through Technology.

Project RED has concluded that properly implemented educational technology, especially 1-to-1 programs where technology is continuously accessible, substantially improves student achievement and can be revenue positive at the local, state, and federal levels. The key is successful integration that brings about transformational change. See how you can be a part of the education revolution!

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UNSWICT - home

UNSWICT - home | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

This wiki has been created to support UNSW English Method students to integrate the effective use of tecnology in the classroom. The model that is being used currently is TPAK - Technological knowledge, Pedagogical knowledge and Content knowledge.

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Reflexiones sobre PLEs: una mirada atrás antes de seguir caminando

Reflexiones sobre PLEs: una mirada atrás antes de seguir caminando | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Este año se edita el segundo número especial de una revista International en el que se incluirán artículos que son fruto de investigaciones presentadas en la última PLE Conference que tuvo lug...
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Multimedia ePortfolio Tool

Multimedia ePortfolio Tool | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

This is a really elegant tool for creating e-Portfolios. It can display web based materials as well as files from your computer. Really nice way to showcase your talents.


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7 Things You Should Know About First-Generation Learning Analytics | EDUCAUSE.edu

7 Things You Should Know About First-Generation Learning Analytics | EDUCAUSE.edu | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Learning analytics tools can track far more data than an instructor can alone. For high-enrollment classes in particular, LA provides a support structure that monitors student progress and offers timely guidance to students whose academic under- performance might otherwise go quietly unnoticed. At their best, LA applications can identify factors that are unexpectedly associated with student learning and course completion. This information can be valuable both to students, in how they approach learning, and to faculty, in how they structure curricula.


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The City as Open Interface: conference programme

The City as Open Interface: conference programme | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

This presentation considers the power of social media to generate associational forms that support what may be called a new digital (or net) urban citizenship. Certainly, enormous amounts of data about urban life are being produced both by residents and by remote sensors, stored and organized by digital services, and made available on demand as “open data” to the public by various government and municipal agencies. Certainly, many kinds of social media provide users with new capacities and conveniences to “crowdsource” their interests: to network, perform, comment, and collaborate on user-defined issues. My discussion raises three considerations about these conditions. I examine the extent to which this new sociality of peer-to-peer urbanism (Web 2.0) engages the stored streams of open city data (Web 1.0) to produce a new rhetoric of political life – rhetoric in the classic Athenian sense of the means to turn ordinary citizens (idiotai) into public and political ones. I also consider the extent to which this crowdsourcing may generate not only temporary, amorphous, festive, and/or mutinous crowds but also the sort of corporate, collective, public bodies that sustain membership and therefore define a citizenship – that is, may create a digital demos (as in demokratia) rather than merely a new kind of digital hoi polloi (the many).


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Le tutorat à distance dans les mondes virtuels: Typologie et scénarios

Le tutorat à distance dans les mondes virtuels: Typologie et scénarios | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

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Scientific learning | What Blended Learning Looks Like: Great Teachers and Proven Technology

Scientific learning | What Blended Learning Looks Like: Great Teachers and Proven Technology | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

by Cory Armes

In a previous post I discussed some benefits of blended learning. Now I’d like to share how those benefits might be achieved within a hypothetical blended learning “classroom” using the Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant programs together in addition to a core curriculum and other technology.

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The 6 Types Of Social Media Users

The 6 Types Of Social Media Users | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

At this point, no single customer engagement channel can deliver marketers a complete picture of consumer behavior.

Google knows what you’re interested in, but not what you’ve done. Facebook knows who your friends are, but not what you buy. Pinterest knows what you share, but not how you act on it. Foursquare knows where you are, but not what you like. You get the idea.


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Papers on Personal Learning Environments in Mendeley

Papers on Personal Learning Environments in Mendeley | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
A list of Group papers for Personal Learning Environments.

Via Mohsen Saadatmand, Victoria Marín
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4 Ways to Prepare Teachers for Technology Integration

4 Ways to Prepare Teachers for Technology Integration | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Through four education technology projects, a university equips educators to overcome challenges as they coordinate technology and learning in their classrooms.
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Distance Education and Community Learning Networks linked by a Library of Culture | World Voice

Distance Education and Community Learning Networks linked by a Library of Culture | World Voice | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Humans are relational beings with their modeled behavior as practical examples of cultural routines that they hear, see, read, and assemble on their own from communal pieces of information to answer the needs of their everyday lives (Bandura, & Jeffrey, 1973).


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Six Lingering Obstacles to Using Technology in Schools

Six Lingering Obstacles to Using Technology in Schools | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Flickr:Marygrove College Library Though educators are finding smart ways to integrate technology and learning, the road has been and continues to b...
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Elabora una WebQuest con Zunal | Las cosas de Aníbal

Elabora una WebQuest con Zunal | Las cosas de Aníbal | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Zunal es una herramienta para crear WebQuest de forma online. Está en inglés lo cual la hace muy adecuada para las clases de este idioma, pero se puede utilizar perfectamente en cualquier otra materia.


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Personal Learning Environment

Personal Learning Environment | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

The functions of the PLE

- Connect

- Collect

- Reflect

- Share


Via Paulo Simões, Victoria Marín
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The Guardian: The rise of 'glocal' students and transnational education

The Guardian: The rise of 'glocal' students and transnational education | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Institutions should seize the opportunity to engage with those who seek an international education but want to stay local, says Rahul Choudaha...

 

Nearly 100 million people will enter the consumer class (annual income of more than $5,000) by 2015 in six south-east Asian countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam), according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group. Another report by the McKinsey Global Institute asserts that between 2005 and 2025, China and India will see their aggregate urban consumption increase seven-fold and six-fold, respectively.

 

This growing consumer class in Asia will expand a new segment of students who are willing to pay for a global educational experience while staying in their home country or region. I call this segment "glocals"– global aspirations with local experiences.

Glocals are characterised by aspirations that usually outstrip both their ability to afford a full fee-paying overseas education and their academic merit to gain admission to an overseas institution with financial aid.

 

The traditional segment of international students go abroad for a combination of reasons such as career advancement, quality of education, immigration or the experience of living abroad. Glocals differ from this traditional segment as they look for career advancement and quality of education, without having to go very far from home.


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