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5 roles para los nuevos Recursos Humanos

5 roles para los nuevos Recursos Humanos | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
Sobre algunos de los roles clave hacia los que podría evolucionar la función de Recursos Humanos en un futuro inmediato.

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Recursos Humanos y el futuro inmediato

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Open Education | Open Education Europa

Open Education | Open Education Europa | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

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Open Education Europa

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Special Issue on MOOCs - An Academic Perspective on an Emerging Technological and Social Trend

Special Issue on MOOCs - An Academic Perspective on an Emerging Technological and Social Trend | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
The Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

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"Higher education is entering a phase of dramatic change and innovation. Mainstream media often present massive open online courses (MOOCs) as both a reflection of the need for universities to undergo a metamorphosis and as a means of forcing a new perspective on digital teaching and learning practices (i.e., Lewin, 2013Pappano, 2012). However, university faculty caution that there is not enough research evidence to support widespread adoption. Two significant challenges around the role of MOOCs in higher education are prevalent. First, the discussion on MOOCs to-date has occurred mainly in mainstream media and trade publications. Although some peer-reviewed articles on MOOCs currently exist (e.g., Fini, 2009Kop, 2011), the amount of available research is generally limited. One of the goals of this special issue is to attempt to address this lack of peer reviewed literature. Second, the vast research available in online and distance education has been largely ignored by mainstream media and MOOC providers. Paying greater attention to what is already known about learning in online and virtual spaces, how the role of educators and learners is transformed in these contexts, and how social networks extend a learning network will enable mainstream MOOC providers and their partners to make evidence-based decisions in favor of educational reform. Thus, a second goal of this special issue is to highlight this research and provide an historical context for online and distance learning not currently evident in the mainstream media treatment of MOOCs.

This special issue presents a series of peer reviewed articles the guest editors believe will aid in increasing the quality of the research focus across a growing field of research and participation from numerous academic fields. Articles in this special issue contrast theoretical and empirical research related to MOOCs through a careful examination of thematic issues from student perceptions, engagement, and participation to campus leadership and decision-making challenges.

In the opening article, Milligan, Littlejohn, and Margaryan (2013) focus on participation patterns in connectivist MOOCs (cMOOCs) in which learner autonomy and engagement are favored over rote learning. The authors frame their analysis of the Change11 cMOOC as a follow-up mixed-method study examining self-regulated learning behavior within this context. Their findings reveal a split between those who were visibly highly engaged (active learners) versus those who were engaged, yet less visible (lurkers), with a few passive participants who were challenged by the overarching connectivist nature of the course. Overall, this paper seeks to address the lack of empirical data around cMOOCs by linking their findings of participation patterns to the larger extant literature on self-regulated learning.

The second article, by Ahn, Butler, Alam, and Webster (2013), reports on a study involving the Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU) platform that is intended to promote peer-created, peer-led learning environments. In partnership with P2PU the authors present an analysis of publicly available log-file data, creating a framework in which to describe the overall learning "ecosystem" from a learner-centered, participatory perspective. Although the data analyzed is largely descriptive in nature, it illuminates the potential of frameworks such as the P2PU to provide a foundation in which to examine more critical questions around what motivates students to engage in these types of environments, what kinds of challenges they face in participating in learning in a "massive" way, and what skills are needed to create effective courses that are both designed effectively and scalable.

Irvine, Code, and Richards (2013), in their article, position MOOCs in a broader landscape of increasing learning opportunities for learners. They present a "multi-access" (Irvine, 2009) framework, arguing that to "connect in any way" is as important for the future of learning as the "anytime, anywhere" mantra. They argue the MOOC movement is distracting leadership from focusing on alternative options for personalization and access to higher education. The framework advocates for merging access modes to promote learner choice and agency.

Next, Bruff, Fisher, McEwen, and Smith (2013) report on the engulfment of a Machine Learning MOOC offered by Stanford University into a graduate course on the same topic at Vanderbilt University, offering a perspective on present research on integrating MOOCs with traditional classrooms. This format of "wrapping" MOOCs treats MOOCs as teaching and learning resources that augment teaching practices on campus by introducing learners to world renowned lecturers and global communities while still allowing for local support and guidance.

The article by Waite, Mackness, Roberts, and Lovegrove (2013) is a case study that explores the potential triggers for active participation in a MOOC from the perspective of learners. From the lens of social constructivism, connectivism, and community of practice theories, participation in the First Steps in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (FSLT12) MOOC revealed three major themes among active participant learners: navigational challenges, transformative learning, and reciprocal relationships. This case study presents an application of a theoretical approach where "as learners transcend the steps in their understanding [and] attempt to gain mastery in their discipline ... they ... oscillate between new and old understandings" (p. 210). The experiences of expert and novice learners in this context will be instructive to learning designers, especially in light of the learner skills and attributes needed in distributed (networked) learning environments.

Marshall (2013) adopts a systemic view of MOOCs, exploring the role of leadership and strategy formation to address structural challenges in education. Porter's (1985, 2008) Five Forces are used to analyze change and detail the need for strategic response to counter "the natural tendency of threatened organizations to retrench and adopt conservative and self-protective strategies that collectively can cause an industry to stagnate" (p. 224).

Stewart's (2013) article provides a theoretical foundation in which she argues that "new literacies are not merely the doing of the same old things with new technologies," especially as "networked participation may become more powerful at a massive scale than in a conventionally sized online course" (p. 229). Stewart further targets the binary views of MOOCs (as either a revolution in education or the privatization of education) and posits that MOOCs can be viewed as catalysts invoking a mindset of participation and active engagement into higher education. She frames the increased participation of learners in the educational process as a literacy, where MOOCs might "expose large sectors of society to new literacies and meta-level processing around the idea of learning as a communicative practice" (p. 236) As a result of the current approach in the mainstream media to focus on the idea of MOOCs as "technology-led theory of social change," as a society we are in danger of being lulled while "the power of the technology to act is assumed, and the power of social and human factors ... are left out of the conversation" (p. 231).

Lombardi (2013) provides an assessment of the choices and challenges, particularly in relation to identity, that universities face in confronting significant change. Her paper provides insight into the questions large research universities must address in partnering with MOOC providers.

Finally, Scholz (2013) finds positives in an area where many pundits have raised concerns or fears: the threat of MOOCs to liberal arts colleges (LACs). Scholz suggests that a significant benefit of new technologies in education is the potential to "provoke LAC faculty to think more deeply about learning, exploring new approaches, and reviving sometimes staid teaching techniques" (p. 249). She concludes her paper by encouraging LACs to use MOOCs as an opportunity to assist learners in lifelong learning.

In spite of the enormous amounts of data generated by MOOCs, analysis of this data has not clearly reflected this issue. In many instances, the MOOC discussion centers on small populations and the application of existing frameworks to MOOCs. The attempt to understand MOOCs through a systemic and sociological lens needs to be augmented through analysis of large data sets generated when tens, or even hundreds, of thousands of students engage in an online course.

The papers in this special issue reflect the collective grappling, in academia and society, of the role of MOOCs in relation to existing educational systems. Given the relative newness of open online courses, conceptual and philosophical papers are to be expected. We expect that larger data sets and data mining techniques will grow in prominence over the next several years. For academics, it will be important to continue a sharp focus on how MOOCs influence those aspects of education that are not easily quantified: social learning, equity, exclusion, diversity, and systemic (societal) impact.

For educators, the current constellation of change pressures and emerging trends represent both exciting opportunities and significant concerns. The exciting opportunity revolves around increasing access to learning, creating new models of learner-driven pedagogy, and raising opportunities for global classrooms. The concerns center on the challenges of learning at this scale: how effective are automated assessments? Will those learners most in need of support be overlooked? What becomes of the professoriate?

While the future of higher education is still murky, the importance of educators embracing active experimentation cannot be understated. A scientific perspective on emerging technological and social trends is required in order to assess the experience of learners and the impact on society and higher education institutions. This special issue is an attempt to apply a research mindset to a narrative that has largely been framed by anecdote and opinion."

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MOOC's thrive on blogs and opinions. Now peer reviewed academic articles help to lay a scientific foundation.

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Special Issue on MOOCs - An Academic Perspective on an Emerging Technological and Social Trend
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Teaching with Twitter – Please check your baggage at the door

Teaching with Twitter – Please check your baggage at the door | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

How-to’s and link roundups on teaching with Twitter has been done many times before, but the topic is worth frequent revisiting and refreshing, especially in the context of the #FutureEd initiative and the Pedagogy Project by HASTAC Scholars.

 

The goal of this review is to help think through if, why, and how to use Twitter in our teaching and learning – especially for those who remain skeptical.

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 15, 12:00 PM


Learn more:


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Twitter


Christopher Resetar's curator insight, February 16, 1:01 PM

I really like this article because it is very effective at weighing the pros and cons of using twitter in the classroom.  Some of the supplemental links are also very helpful to look at and include content on how to teach with Twitter and how to avoid some of the pitfalls that can result from using Twitter in a classroom setting.   In general, I believe strongly in helping students to develop global competency (as we have discussed in class) and I believe that Twitter is one of the best and most convenient mediums to do this.  While I am slightly apprehensive about how and if it is even possible to use Twitter in an elementary school classroom I definitely see more potential in using it after reading this article. 

objectplace's curator insight, February 16, 11:40 PM

twitter why and why not discussion with deep links for more.

Good for higher ed

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[Slideshare] El mapa mundial de las escuelas21: experiencia de formación gamificada

El mundo está lleno de escuelas innovadoras que logran mejorar sus resultados con el éxito de todos sus alumnos. En esta presentación viviremos una experiencia de viaje única eligiendo destinos, descubriendo rutas secretas, ganando badges y aprendiendo qué tienen en común y cómo convertirse en una de las mejores escuelas del mundo.


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El mapa mundial de las escuelas 21. Excelente!!

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#Infografia: Brainstorming > Despertando la #Creatividad

#Infografia: Brainstorming > Despertando la #Creatividad | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

Una infografia sobre diferentes variantes de la "tormenta de ideas" para aflorar la creatividad de las personas y los equipos.


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Creatividad. ¡¡¡ Gracias por compartir.

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Francesc Figuerola's curator insight, February 13, 2:49 AM

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José Sánchez-Mota Prieto. Coach's curator insight, February 13, 3:16 AM

Interesante infografía acerca de cómo fomentar la creatividad de un grupo de trabajo, desde la "lluvia fina" a la "tormenta de ideas". Muy recomendable, sobre todo para profundizar en el conocimiento de las técnicas... y practicarlas.

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ECKM 2014 15th European Conference on Knowledge Management

ECKM 2014 15th European Conference on Knowledge Management | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
call for papers for the 15th European Conference on Knowledge Management - ECKM 2014 Santarém, Portugal

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Awesome

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The Top 5 Tips to Teach Character with Edtech Infographic

The Top 5 Tips to Teach Character with Edtech Infographic | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

There are many ways to use educational technology to foster successful character traits. It’s important to remember as you look for these tools, that they should add to the relationship you have with your students and never replace it. All of the tips presented in The Top 5 Tips to Teach Ch... http://elearninginfographics.com/the-top-5-tips-to-teach-character-with-edtech-infographic/


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5 Tips to teach...Great one

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How To Embed a Pinterest Board On Any Website

How To Embed a Pinterest Board On Any Website | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

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Amazing

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Sandra Carswell's curator insight, February 10, 11:39 PM

Embed your Pinterest Board onto your library website or catalog home screen. It is sure to grab some attention. 

André Manssen's curator insight, April 3, 10:44 AM

Wellicht handig om de Pinterest-pagina van je school/klas te embedden in je klassenblog/schoolwebsite...

Keaton Dodson's curator insight, May 1, 8:00 AM

Very helpful and informative. Web Designer and Web Developer can definitely enhance their skills and make their designing more attractive and unique from others.

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10 lecturas para repensar la Educación Superior

10 lecturas para repensar la Educación Superior | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
La transformación del sistema educativo es imparable. La necesidad de reflexión, por un lado, y de rápida actuación, por otro, sitúan a cualquier institución de educación superior que quiera ser so...

Via Cristóbal Suárez
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Repensando la Educación Superior. Estupendo.

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Julio Vizcarra's curator insight, February 7, 12:33 PM

Las tecnologías cambian la manera de aprender...

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Why Open Education Matters

Why Open Education Matters | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
Degreed's entry in the Why Open Education Matters video competition.

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Great one.

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LA IMPORTANCIA PEDAGÓGICA DE LA TRANSFERENCIA | INED21INED21

LA IMPORTANCIA PEDAGÓGICA DE LA TRANSFERENCIA | INED21INED21 | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
La importancia pedagógica de la transferencia en la educación pública...

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Transferencia es la palabra clave en educación. Gracias

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Trends, Apps and Higher Education

Learning takes place in a variety of settings as an ongoing process of skills and knowledge development in changing contexts. With the growing popularity of tec

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Looks like a useful resource site . Thanks

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Talento y Educación :: Javier Tourón

Talento y Educación :: Javier Tourón | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

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No importa lo que enseñes, importa lo que ellos aprenden...

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Desenredar una ilusión

Desenredar una ilusión | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
Los resultados no parecen estar a la altura de lo anunciado y ya se formulan muchas dudas que contribuyen a desmontar el mito de la democracia digital. ¿Ha aumentado Internet la esfera pública? ¿Hasta qué punto ha hecho posible nuevas formas de participación?

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¿Hasta qué punto ha hecho posible las nuevas formas de participación?

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MOOCs. EL PUNTO DE INFLEXIÓN. Una línea de avance : Anotaciones , ...

Preprint de presentación en III Workshop internacional sobre Creación de MOOC con anotaciones multimedia
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Creación de MOOC con anotaciones multimedia.

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Social Learning: An explanation using Twitter

Social Learning: An explanation using Twitter | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
In preparation for a short, Twitter event (#t4sl) I am involved in this afternoon, I've updated my (2010) presentation: Social Learning: An explanation using Twitter.  Here's a Storify of our live ...

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An explantion using Twitter.

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Grabar tus clases interactuando con twitter

Grabación, chat y videoconferencia con Twitcam

Via Ana Rodera, Marcelo Nolasco, Cristóbal Suárez
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Twitcam...grabación. Estupendo

 

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, December 9, 2013 5:40 AM

Accede a twitcam, pídele permiso a twitter y todo estará preparado

Nuria Parra Macías's curator insight, February 12, 9:52 AM

Clases, vídeoconferencias y chat en tuits con Twitcam.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, February 15, 2:41 PM

Grabar tus clases interactuando con Twitter

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Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century


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Confronting the Challeges of Participatory y Culture. Awesone

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 12, 1:54 PM

The table of contents used questions which is interesting. It is a long read, but hopefully addresses issues openly.

 

niftyjock's curator insight, February 12, 4:24 PM

This is an "occasional paper" (I love this idea that it's only occasional) apart from the name it has some old news and some new ideas around how to teach the new literacies.  

Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, February 13, 10:25 AM

This is a fantastic whitepaper about the value of participatory culture in elearning and other digital means of education. This is very much the approach I come from in my own standpoint of using social media in elearning and mlearning, and just gathering information in general. The document is not light reading, but it's very well-written, and seems fairly comprehensive. A must-read for those who are in education, elearning or mlearning. Really good stuff. 

--techcommgeekmom

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Resultados Pisa 2012: la motivación de los alumnos y la colaboració...

PISA 2012 Programa para la Evaluación Internacional de los Alumnos Ismael Sanz Murcia, 6 de febrero de 2014

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Storybird - crear historias de manera colaborativa

Storybird - crear historias de manera colaborativa | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

Para crear historias de manera colaborativa


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Creando historias colaborativas.

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Transcribe audio from interviews

Transcribe audio from interviews | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
A free HTML5 app to take the pain out of transcribing interviews. Useful for journalists, academics and anyone else transcribing audio. And it's open source, too.

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Great one. Thanks

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Emma Lozano's curator insight, February 10, 2:47 PM

Herramienta para transcribir vídeos y audio.

Aguilar Dominique's curator insight, February 26, 1:28 PM

Indispensable et fabuleux pour faciliter les interviews .

Les plans de relève lors de départs en retraite s'en trouvent facilités.

Eva Lacroix's curator insight, March 12, 1:28 PM

Un outil permettant de réaliser assez rapidement et de façon très simple des transcriptions. Je ne sais pas si c'est limité en durée / poids, mais aussi bien l'audio que la vidéo semble fonctionner. Génial quoi !

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10 Pistas para competir por el Talento - A través de las personas

10 Pistas para competir por el Talento - A través de las personas | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
Share the post "10 Pistas para competir por el Talento" FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Hace unas semanas tuve la oportunidad de leer un artículo sobre como atraer y retener el talento del presidente de una de nuestras compañías hermanas, Havas Worldwide.  Los puntos…

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El talento en las organizaciones educativas. Gracias

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Las Serendipias en un mundo infoxicado

Las Serendipias en un mundo infoxicado | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it
Si Newton hubiera tenido acceso a internet, además de haber dado saltos de alegría, hoy tendríamos ocho leyes de Newton, en lugar de tres. O tal vez, no tendríamos ningún hallazgo científico de su ...

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El poder de las Serendipias. Gracias

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Tutor virtual's curator insight, February 8, 11:54 AM

Ser creativos e innovadores en cada ambito en que nos movemos....!!!

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4 maneras de instalar Ubuntu sin cd ni usb

4 maneras de instalar Ubuntu sin cd ni usb | Organización y Futuro | Scoop.it

Hay muchas maneras de instalar ubuntu: Instalar Ubuntu desde un livecd si tienes lectora de cd. Instalar Ubuntu desde usb si no tienes lectora de cd.


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Estupendo. Muchas gracias

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