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Veille, Curation et Knowledge Management, piliers de l’Intelligence Stratégique

Fabienne Vandekerkove, Consultante Senior chez Knowledge Plaza et Gregory Culpin, Business Developper, ont donné une présentation sur le phénomène le phénomène de la curation lors de la réunion mensuelle de l’Association Belge de Documentation (ABD) le 15 décembre 2011.


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Publication: "Open Educational Resources in Brazil: State-of-the-Art, Challenges and Prospects for Development and Innovation" | OLnet

Publication: "Open Educational Resources in Brazil: State-of-the-Art, Challenges and Prospects for Development and Innovation" | OLnet | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Former OLnet Researcher, Andreia Inamorato Dos Santos has recently written a publication for UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) titled "Open Educational Resources in Brazil: State-of-the-Art, Challenges and Prospects for Development and Innovation".


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Cosas de mapas conceptuales y CmapTools: Las múltiples posibilidades de Cmappers (I)

Cosas de mapas conceptuales y CmapTools: Las múltiples posibilidades de Cmappers (I) | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

A pesar de que ya he hablado con anterioridad de Cmappers en este mismo blog, quisiera pasar a analizar algunas de sus posibilidades, muchas de las cuales son poco conocidas.
Cuando accedemos a Cmappers, en la parte superior derecha tenemos el menú de navegación, que ofrece las siguientes posibilidades: CmapSearch, CMC, Cmaps y About Us. Pasaremos a comentar cada una de ellas.


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Three Trends That Define the Future of Teaching and Learning | MindShift

Three Trends That Define the Future of Teaching and Learning | MindShift | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

By Tina Barseghian

In today’s dynamic classrooms, the teaching and learning process is becoming more nuanced, more seamless, and it flows back and forth from students to teachers. Here’s a look at current trends in teaching and learning, their implications, and changes to watch for.

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Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning| Changing the Language of Learning @grahamattwell

I am not going to provide any list of posts / apps or anything else to mark the new year. The lists are getting on my nerves. What constitutes ‘best’ anyway? I rather wonder if making lists has become a substitute for thinking? I would provide some thoughts on trends for 2012 except I not really sure what will happen. Technology is changing too fast and too unpredictably. Education economy and politics seem wrapped in a slow waltz which is also totally unpredictable in its outcomes. Indeed it may be that people and the actions of people will be more important than technology in determining the course of educational development over the next period. Or lets hope so.

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Los países no investigan porque son ricos, son ricos porque investigan.

Los países no investigan porque son ricos, son ricos porque investigan. | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Los avances de la química y su impacto en la sociedad - En el blog se tratan aspectos relacionados con la química (avances, aplicaciones, noticias, historia, etc.), especialmente en relación con las actividades educativas, formativas y de política...

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The Disruption of Blended Learning -- THE Journal

The Disruption of Blended Learning -- THE Journal | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Blended learning isn't like other technology-driven movements in education. It isn't about supporting current instructional models.
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EDUCATIVA: Aprendizaje móvil: M-Learning

EDUCATIVA: Aprendizaje móvil: M-Learning | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

El último monográfico de SCOPEO: M-Learning, en España, Portugal y América Latina describe de forma bastante exhaustiva el estado actual de la cuestión referente al aprendizaje móvil, mobile learning o m-learning y su lectura ha impulsado este artículo.

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Cosas de mapas conceptuales y CmapTools: Uso de mapas conceptuales en los materiales de formación del IDEA

Cosas de mapas conceptuales y CmapTools: Uso de mapas conceptuales en los materiales de formación del IDEA | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
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e-learning, conocimiento en red: Primer barómetro del elearning en Europa. CrossKnowledge

e-learning, conocimiento en red: Primer barómetro del elearning en Europa. CrossKnowledge | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
e-learning, conocimiento en red y web colectiva...

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#Change11 From Digital Pedagogy to Netagogy | Learners Weblog

#Change11 From Digital Pedagogy to Netagogy | Learners Weblog | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

What is Digital Pedagogy? (Marquis, J.)

The Queensland Department of Education and Training has a very concise definition given for digital pedagogy: “Digital pedagogies establish a way of learning and working in a digital world."

What is Netagogy?

Netagogy is the study of network and internet-based learning. The notion is an expansion and interpretation of Connectivism, heutagogy and andragogy. It is the process of engaging learners with the structure of learning experience in personal, social, international networks, and internet.


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New ways to distribute content: part 3 | Onlignment

New ways to distribute content: part 3 | Onlignment | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Whichever format you choose for your content, you need a way to make this accessible to learners. As ever, there are plenty of options:

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Introducción al concepto de TPACK

Introducción al concepto de TPACK | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Después de haber finalizado la última modificación de mi trabajo final de máster, me permito compartir con vosotros algunos conceptos interesantes que, en...

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George Veletsianos » What happens when pedagogical agents are off-task?

George Veletsianos » What happens when pedagogical agents are off-task? | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Social and non-task interactions are often recognized as a valuable part of the learning experience. Talk over football, community events, or local news for example, may enable the development of positive instructor-learner relationships and a relaxed learning atmosphere. Non-task aspects of learning however have received limited attention in the education literature. Morgan-Fleming, Burley, and Price (2003) argue that this is the result of an implicit assumption that no pedagogical benefits are derived from non-task behavior, hence the reduction of off-task activities in schools such as recess time. This issue has received limited attention in the pedagogical agent literature as well. What happens when a virtual character designed to help a student learn about a topic, introduces off-task comments to a lesson? What happens when a virtual instructor mentions current events? How do learners respond?

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« Le développement de l'apprentissage numérique tend vers le micro-learning » (Michel Diaz, Féfaur) - Centre Inffo

« Le développement de l'apprentissage numérique tend vers le micro-learning » (Michel Diaz, Féfaur) - Centre Inffo | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Selon une étude publiée conjointement par le cabinet d’études Féfaur et l’éditeur Crossknowledge, le marché du e-learning représenterait, en France, près de 150 millions d’euros, soit environ 1% du marché global de la formation.

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Encore une fois, on assimile elearning et autoformation ! <b>Le micro-learning de cours n'est autre qu'un module d'autoformation</b> :(<br><br>L'article pr&eacute;cise que la formule id&eacute;ale est d'accompagner le micro-learning avec un coach pr&eacute;sentiel. Autrement dit, "<em>l'autoformation est plus efficace lorsqu'un p&eacute;dagogue interagit avec les apprennants</em>" ... avouez qu'il n'a pas du falloir réfléchir bien longtemps avant d'arriver à cette conclusion :)<br><br>En évoquant cette combinaison autoformation+pédagogue, <b>l'article parle alors de Blended Learning, là aussi ce n'est pas le bon terme !</b> Micro-learning+pr&eacute;sentiel, c'est de l'autoformation+pr&eacute;sentiel, autrement dit c'est le dispositif de formation qui existait d&eacute;j&agrave; il y a 2 si&egrave;cles !! <b>Le Blended Learning est l'association d'un dispositif pédagogique qui permet les interactions pendant la formation et en dehors de la formation, grâce aux NTIC</b>.<br><br>Alors pourquoi parler de micro-learning ? Peut-&ecirc;tre parce que ce format de vid&eacute;o courte est certainement ce qu'il y a de plus simple &agrave; vendre ? Peut-&ecirc;tre parcequ'en plus d'&ecirc;tre simple, la marge semble tr&egrave;s importante ? Mais d'ailleurs, pourquoi oeuvre-t-on dans le domaine de la formation, pour faire accompagner un monde qui change ou juste pour gagner plein de tunes ? http://ocarbone.free.fr/blog/?b=303
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Encore une fois, on assimile elearning et autoformation ! Le micro-learning de cours n'est autre qu'un module d'autoformation :(

L'article précise que la formule idéale est d'accompagner le micro-learning avec un coach présentiel. Autrement dit, "l'autoformation est plus efficace lorsqu'un pédagogue interagit avec les apprennants" ... avouez qu'il n'a pas du falloir réfléchir bien longtemps avant d'arriver à cette conclusion :)

En évoquant cette combinaison autoformation+pédagogue, l'article parle alors de Blended Learning, là aussi ce n'est pas le bon terme ! Micro-learning+présentiel, c'est de l'autoformation+présentiel, autrement dit c'est le dispositif de formation qui existait déjà il y a 2 siècles !! Le Blended Learning est l'association d'un dispositif pédagogique qui permet les interactions pendant la formation et en dehors de la formation, grâce aux NTIC.

Alors pourquoi parler de micro-learning ? Peut-être parce que ce format de vidéo courte est certainement ce qu'il y a de plus simple à vendre ? Peut-être parcequ'en plus d'être simple, la marge semble très importante ? Mais d'ailleurs, pourquoi oeuvre-t-on dans le domaine de la formation, pour faire accompagner un monde qui change ou juste pour gagner plein de tunes ?

Read more: http://ocarbone.free.fr/blog/?b=303#ixzz1ji1auLEQ
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On-demand learning | Onlignment

On-demand learning | Onlignment | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

We move on to look at the third element in the contextual model, on-demand learning. To refresh our memories, on-demand learning is a form of ‘learning to’. It occurs because we don’t know how to perform a particular task and therefore need immediate help to acquire the necessary knowledge. To use more familiar terminology, on-demand learning can be regarded as ‘just-in-time learning’ or ‘learning at the point of need’.

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Learning with 'e's: Learning and performance @timbuckteeth

Learning with 'e's: Learning and performance @timbuckteeth | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Learning is performance. No matter what we learn, our knowledge, skills (and also our attitudes) are usually externalised in some kind of outward expression. Some are obvious: Learning a language will lead to conversation. Acquiring dexterity in art results in the production of artifacts. Learning to play an instrument ultimately results in some form of musical performance. Such performances don't have to be public, but often they are.

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América Learning & Media: Cómo desarrollar comunidades de práctica en procesos de formación

América Learning & Media: Cómo desarrollar comunidades de práctica en procesos de formación | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Claves para crear y nutrir los espacios de creación de valor por excelencia en el aprendizaje informal corporativo, apoyado en tecnologías.

por Mónica Gutiérrez Ortega

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Distributed Creativity: open education and challenges for higher education

Distributed Creativity: open education and challenges for higher education | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
"I don’t think education is about centralized instruction anymore; rather, it is the process [of] establishing oneself as a node in a broad network of distributed creativity." - Joichi Ito

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Understanding TPACK

The Professor explains Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge and how it is acquired by preservice teachers.
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Technology In Education - Why?

Technology In Education - Why? | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
Submitted by: Jake Glasgow, Instructional Technology Specialist from Upstate NY

There has been a lot of chatter lately about whether integrating technology into the classroom is having an impact on student learning. "Where is the data that justifies the millions of dollars spent on technology?" I urge you to read the September 3rd, 2011 NY Times article by Matt Richtel entitled; "In Classroom of Future, Stagnent Scores." A fantastic article which thoughtfully pokes at many of the uncertainties regarding technolgy that school districts face today.

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Choose Your Level of Interactivity

We recognise the importance of highly interactive training for your employees or students. Companies in the past have spent thousands of dollars on developing and purchasing eLearning without thinking their audience may not enjoy it or find it relevant to their job responsibilities. This waste of money has many executives cringing and hesitant to invest additional budget dollars towards these initiatives.

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