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Visual on The Importance of Games in Learning

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A Beautiful Visual on The Importance of Games in Learning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Cognitive bias curated by luc taesch (A Beautiful Visual on The Importance of Games in Learning ~ Educational Technology and ...

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, May 12, 2014 8:45 AM

This is the Infographic of the Month! 

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Thank you for the rescoops and thank you David for the original scoop! #edchat
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Designing learning spaces in an online world: student contest

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JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

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Ebba Ossiannilsson's curator insight, September 10, 2013 6:25 AM

Great current Issuen on MOOC from JOLT

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MOOCs and Beyond - eLearning Papers 33 released | elearningeurope.info

MOOCs and Beyond - eLearning Papers 33 released | elearningeurope.info | Learning Technologies in Healthcare Education | Scoop.it

Issue number 33 of eLearning Papers focuses on the challenges and future of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), a trend in education that has skyrocketed since 2008. 

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Among other topics, eLearning Papers 33 explores whether MOOCs may be a viable solution for education in developing countries and analyses the role of these emerging courses in the education system, especially in higher education. Furthermore, valuable examples from the field are presented, such as the quad-blogging concept and a game-based MOOC developed to promote entrepreneurship education.


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, June 6, 2013 2:34 AM

I have little to add to this other than that the collection of papers provides a distinctive European perspective on MOOCs. As a consequence (?), the focus is more on the pedagogy than on the economics of higher education (@pbsloep)

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History of Virtual Worlds and current applications

“ A quick summary of the history of virtual worlds and their current most interesting applications.”


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David W. Deeds's curator insight, May 6, 2014 7:34 AM

Very nice summary.

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Ebba Ossiannilsson's curator insight, February 3, 2014 6:19 AM
News release: Over one million TV and radio programmes now available for education
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How to design your online course

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You can follow this simplified course design guide lines stage by stage. State the rational for your online course, e.g. to reach a wider audience, etc...

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miracletrain 夢想驛站's curator insight, September 30, 2013 2:43 AM

I love this mind map!!!

David Nandigam's curator insight, November 28, 2013 5:27 AM

“Now I existed solely thanks to the quantum paradox, my brain a collection of qubits in quantum superposition, encoding truths and memories, imagination and irrationality in opposing, contradictory states that existed and didn't exist, all at the same time.” ― Robin Wasserman, Crashed

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, March 23, 2014 1:13 PM
  • WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

    The  key factors are: Learners’ age, back ground knowledge, the purpose of learning, the learners’ circumstances (employed, students, unemployed, etc…)

  • DO YOU HAVE THE COURSE CURRICULUM?

    In many cases the course curriculum does exist, for example: National Curriculum, University course modules , In-house corporate training.

  • WHAT EXTERNAL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS NEED TO BE MET?

    All external examination bodies provide an exam guide or syllabus which you have to insure your course will address them.

  • WHAT IS THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT?

    Would your learners attend any face to face classes? Do they access their course from home, work, or college? Do they work as a group or individuals?

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VideoANT - Collaboratively Annotate Videos

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VideoANT is a free tool for collaboratively annotating videos. I first wrote about VideoANT back in 2010. Recently, as I learned from Nathan Hall, VideoANT received a major facelift that makes it easier to use than it was before. The first improvement to note is that the service is now built on HTML5 which means that Flash is no longer needed. The second major improvement is improved ease of annotating videos.


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Raúl Luna's curator insight, June 11, 2013 11:38 AM

Utilidad creada por la Universidad de Minessota que permite trabajar sobre un vídeo anotándolo y comentándolo colaborativamente.

 

1.Entrar en https://ant2.cehd.umn.edu/ . Sepuede iniciar inmediatamente una anotación, sin registrarse, pegando la URL del vídeo en Youtube pero si quieres tener un fácil acceso a tus proyectos es preferible registrarse con tu cuenta de Facebook o Twitter

 

2.Puedes cambiar el título empezar directamente a hacer anotaciones pulsando en ‘Start Annotating!’

 

3.El video aparece en una ventana a la izquierda con una línea de tiempo encima y un botón ‘Add an Annotation’ abajo.

 

4.Comienza a reproducir el vídeo.Cuando quieras hacer una anotación pulsa ‘Add an Annotation’ y el video se pondrá en pausa, apareciendo una caja titulada ‘New Annotation’ a la derecha.

 

5. Escribe el título de la anotación, añade el contenido y pulsa ‘Save Annotation’ para crear la anotación y que aparezca una marca en la línea de tiempo. (Si decides no añadir la anotación pulsa ‘Cancel’).

 

6.Tras salvar la anotación o cancelar el video continúa reproduciéndose a partir del punto donde había parado. Añade en cualquier momento nuevas anotaciones.

 

7.Para moverte rápidamente por el vídeo utiliza la linea de tiempo.

 

8.Cualquier anotación puede editarse o eliminarse pulsando la flecha desplegable que aparece a su derecha

 

9.También se pueden hacer comentarios sobre cualquier anotaciónSi pulsas sobre una anotación el vídeo se desplaza automáticamente a ese punto y comienza a reproducirse desde ahí.

 

10.Para compartir el vídeo con sus anotaciones copia la URL y envíala a las personas con las que quieras compartir (no necesitarán tener cuenta en VideoANT pero tendrán que identificarse con su correo para anotar o hacer comentarios) IMPORTANTE: en este momento cualquiera puede borrar una anotación o comentario aunque no sea suyo.

 

Procedimiento traducido a partir de las indicaciones de Nathan Hall en http://goo.gl/2zXAj