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Digital Competence: Identification and European-wide validation of its key components for all levels of learners (DIGCOMP)

Digital Competence: Identification and European-wide validation of its key components for all levels of learners (DIGCOMP) | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

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Teaching Teachers, Honoring Learners: Interview with Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach | DMLcentral

Teaching Teachers, Honoring Learners: Interview with Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach | DMLcentral | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
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Hyper simple à utiliser : Piratenpad, traitement de texte collaboratif en ligne

Hyper simple à utiliser : Piratenpad, traitement de texte collaboratif en ligne | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Un bel outil collaboratif

 - aucune inscription, aucune connexion n'est nécessaire
 - un nouveau document se crée en un seul clic
 - le lien vers le document peut être rendu public sur demande
 - très facile à utiliser, intuitif
 - c'est un outil libre

 

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Transforming e-Assessment for Learning - e-Assessment case studies

Transforming e-Assessment for Learning - e-Assessment case studies | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

The purpose of theTranforming e-Assessment for Learning (TeAL) wiki is to provide:
access to information which is available about the Tranforming e-Assessment for Learning (TeAL) project, including meeting notes, useful documents and links to external resources
a facility for all participants in the TeAL project to record their experiences, the lessons learnt and to share their top tips with colleagues
a means by which we can communicate developments to colleagues across the University.
a space to share good practice in the area of e-assessment across the University.

So, please check the wiki regularly for updates on the project and feel free to contribute.

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Brian M. Lucey | Whats REALLY going on inside higher education

Last week, in The Irish Times, an opinion piece was printed on third level education. Penned by Paul Mooney, sometime President of the National College of Ireland, and now back as a fulltime manage...
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Improvisation Blog: Educational science and Educational innovation

Education blog by Dr Mark William Johnson: Learning Technology, Higher Education, Cybernetics and Music

 

On a similar theme to yesterday's post on the awkward relationship between Systems theory (particularly social systems theory) and management science, I want to deal with the specific issues of 'educational science' (that is, the scientific study of the educational system, learning, teaching, etc) and 'educational innovation' (that is, pedagogical innovation, technological innovation, organisational innovation, etc).

 

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Innovation Design In Education - ASIDE: Design Is A Method Of Problem Solving

Innovation Design In Education - ASIDE: Design Is A Method Of Problem Solving | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Innovative design crosses over all aspects of education. The American Society for Innovation Design in Education, or ASIDE, seeks to infuse curriculum with new approaches to teaching and thinking.
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Donald Clark Plan B: Atkinson & Shiffrin - three-stage model of memory (sensory, STM, LTM)

Donald Clark Plan B: Atkinson & Shiffrin - three-stage model of memory (sensory, STM, LTM) | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

As memory research moved away from the purely behaviourist, stimulus- response (S-R) model, and its offspring the stimulus- organism -response (S-O-R) model towards information processing, psychologists started to think of memory in term of information processing. This proved to be useful in determining models for memory, models that could be tested in laboratory experiments. Although distinctions between different types of memory had been present in the literature, Atkinson & Schiffrin, in 1968, laid down the first solid schema for memory that acted as a solid foundation for further research and refinement.

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Educational Technologies and the Changing Role of Universities « Online Learning Update

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Content curation defined for services in schools

Content curation defined for services in schools | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Content curation is the ongoing finding and sharing of relevant digital and non-digital content about a specific topic for a specific audience. Typically, this content will come from a variety of properly credited sources and will be collated in such a way that the collection will be more useful than its individual elements.


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Institutional Personal Learning Environments – Paradise or Paradox?

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The Theory Underlying Concept Maps and How to Construct and Use Them

The Theory Underlying Concept Maps and How to Construct and Use Them | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
The Theory Underlying Concept Maps and How to Construct and Use Them[1]

Joseph D. Novak & Alberto J. Cañas

Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Pensacola Fl, 32502
www.ihmc.us

Technical Report IHMC CmapTools 2006-01 Rev 2008-01

 

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Emergent Findings: Electronic Portfolios 2.0

Emergent Findings: Electronic Portfolios 2.0 | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Coalition leaders Darren Cambridge, Barbara Cambridge, and Kathleen Yancey have edited a book that presents findings from many of the campuses involved in the early cohorts of the Coalition, entitled Electronic Portfolios 2.0. The collection was publsihed by Stylus in 2009. It features sections on reflection in electronic portfolio practice; integrative learning; establishing identities through roles, competencies, values, & outcomes; and electronic portfolio technology and design for learning.

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Prismatic, una revista web con los artículos que más te interesan

Prismatic, una revista web con los artículos que más te interesan | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Las revistas personalizadas están en auge desde hace unos meses. Aplicaciones como Zite, Flipboard o Wavii, de la que hablé en Genbeta hace poco, no...

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Content Creation And Content Curation: The New Rules

Content Creation And Content Curation: The New Rules | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Giuseppe Mauriello: I selected this article written almost two years ago by Nicole Nicolay. It is still applicable and full of highlights. The author analyzed the new situation by introducing informative tips. Below I have excerpted few gems from it:

 

"...***THE REAL ISSUE

Broadcasting what you think may be relevant information again and again, without pre-screening the source and considering the context is a waste of your time.

Most importantly, it begins with content.

...The tools and strategies for sharing good content with your sphere can be learned. But, creating and sharing good content takes skill.

 

 

***SO, WHAT'S NEXT?

 

1) Identify your role in obtaining good, relevant content.

...Are you a content creator a content curator? Or perhaps you’re both.

A content creator is someone who identifies the “needs” within their audience and seeks to help by creating original and highly relevant content.

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A content curator is someone who sifts through the Web to find and deliver the most relevant content for their intended audience. Sort of a Hunter-Gatherer 2.0!

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But a thoughtful content curator is more than just a broadcaster of good info. It’s someone who understands their brand and their audience well enough to identify the relevancy of the content, as well as the best context for sharing.

 

2)Recognize the sources that deliver consistently rockin’ content.

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You need to recognize both local and national sites that can assist your content delivery efforts. And if you ROCK a niche, be sure to recognize those sites as well.

 

3) Organize your sources in a dashboard or reader format for easy access...

 

 

***YOUR CHALLENGE

 

1) Balance the type of content you share.

...The content you share represents you, and your brand. So be sure to really check out what you share with your network.

...Your goal should be to find and share content that REALLY helps your audience…or is REALLY interesting.

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Your consumers don’t gain anything from a constant stream of commentless Foursquare checkins…and the same could be said about listing tweets that are not framed in a social context. If it doesn’t add value or create conversation….don’t share it!

 

2) Moderate your frequency level and improve your quality of life.

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The feeling is important…you need to be motivated to deliver consistency with social media. That being said, I’m far more concerned with delivering better quality content than quantity. And so should you if your strategy is to become your network’s trusted advisor.

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And in order to do that, you need to listen, share, and respond. I see a lot of sharing out there….but far less listening and responding. Social media is about creating opportunities to engage with others. So rather than auto-posting 20 articles a day….try scheduling 3-5 REALLY GOOD shares!!!.."

 

 

Read full and useful article here: http://j.mp/Ip2lId


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Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, April 20, 2012 2:55 PM
Hello Susana,
thank you so much for the appreciation!
About your question, you must consider the following points:
- the topic of your choice;
- the quantity/quality of your selected articles that you want to curate;
- but above all, the articles must be "the best of" for your readers.

About publishing...There are daily periods and other weekly, But I don't like to post every article that I found some my keywords about my topic.
Pintolaranja's comment, April 20, 2012 4:45 PM
I agree, I also don't like to publish everything I find.
The thing about doing it weekly is that it also allows me to read them carefully and gather ideas on what to say about them while posting.

Yet I think I had some more engagement from other people while doing daily posts, so I was just wondering whether I should do this differently :)
Slavica Bogdanov's comment, April 23, 2012 8:34 PM
Thank you. Great article!
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TREND REPORT: OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 2012 #oer #ocw

Drawn up by the Special Interest Group Open Educational Resources
Editors: Ria Jacobi and Nicolai van der Woert
March 2012


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Opening Up Open Access - OER

These slides are from my portion of a panel titled "Opening up Open Access: Open Access is not just an Academic Library Issue."


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The Learning Lot: Five Trends to Watch in Educational Technology

The Learning Lot: Five Trends to Watch in Educational Technology | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Thanks to EdSurge for providing a link to this informative presentation by Frank Catalano on trends in educational technology. In it, he outlines five trends that cross K-12 and higher education, and it's certainly hard to argue with any of them.


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The vision: 6. Learning and development that is powerful | Onlignment

The vision: 6. Learning and development that is powerful | Onlignment | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

 BY CLIVE SHEPHERD

In the first post in this series, we expressed a vision for learning and development that is aligned, economical, scalable, flexible, engaging and, above all, powerful in terms of the results it achieves. In this post, we look at the argument for l&d to be powerful.

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Clive on Learning: Why face-to-face should be for special occasions

Like most people, I listen to quite a bit of music, but only very occasionally do I go to a live gig or concert; I watch a considerable amount of drama (most of it mysteries and thrillers I’m afraid), but this is on TV, only very rarely at the theatre; and I watch my fair share of sport, mostly on TV but (here’s where I break the pattern), also quite regularly at the Amex stadium in Brighton. The live events I have attended in my life are, in many cases, peak moments of high emotional engagement that I will never forget. The rest is just passing the time enjoyably.

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NetPublic » Comment organiser ses données personnelles : Outils et méthodes du Personal Knowledge Management

NetPublic » Comment organiser ses données personnelles : Outils et méthodes du Personal Knowledge Management | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

"Xavier Delengaigne (consultant) a publié début avril 2012 sur le site de l’URFIST de Rennes une présentation pdf interactive sous la forme d’une carte heuristique très complète librement téléchargeable pour apprendre à organiser ses données personnelles :

Introduction aux outils et méthodes du PKM. Méthode d’organisation de travail, de gestion des tâches et de développement de réseau, le PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) à traduire par l’expression « gestion des connaissances personnelles » fait l’objet d’un regain d’intérêt depuis plusieurs mois.

Etre ordonné, gagner du temps, optimiser des fonctions de classement (traitement, analyse, indexation de l’information)…

Des points essentiels pour travailler en mode connecté de nos jours..."

 

Posté par Jean-Luc Raymond

 

Source : http://www.netpublic.fr 

Direct link : http://bit.ly/J3GIUI


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Achieve OER Evaluation Rubrics and Tool

Achieve OER Evaluation Rubrics and Tool | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

This playlist includes videos about how to apply the OER Evaluation Rubrics and use the online Evaluation Tool.


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The Role of the Teacher in Blended Learning: Data, Management, and Student Support

The Role of the Teacher in Blended Learning: Data, Management, and Student Support | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
What does the shift toward blended learning mean for today’s classroom teacher? One certainty is that relationships between teachers and students are changing. Learn how to excel in an evolving role.
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Linking theory to practice in learning technology research | Gunn | Research in Learning Technology

Research in Learning Technology Vol 20 (2012)

 

Linking theory to practice in learning technology research...

 

Cathy Gunna and Caroline Stee

 

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Australian Flexible Learning Framework: Designing e-learning - Concept maps and mind maps

Australian Flexible Learning Framework: Designing e-learning - Concept maps and mind maps | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Concept maps and mind maps

Concept and mind maps are tools for organising and representing knowledge and relationships graphically

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