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Content Curation: Understanding the Why and How - a Research Study


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A research paper by Zhong, Shah, Sundaravadivelan and Sastry, King's college London, 2013

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Bill Weigall's curator insight, October 15, 2013 5:06 PM

This is a burgeoning field and this discussion is really informative.

AnneMarie Cunningham's curator insight, October 17, 2013 5:28 AM

See the excellent notes from Robin Good below. Interesting to see more work emerging in this field.

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Content Curation: Understanding the Why and How - a Research Study 

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Looking @ scientific articles, reviews, online books on teaching with technology. Would make useful reading, learning & research material
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Recherches en enseignement-acquisition des langues en France : les revues scientifiques

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AILE : Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Etrangère ALSIC : Apprentissage des langues et systèmes d'information et de communication APLIUT :Recherche et pratiques pédagogiques en langues de spéci...

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, July 12, 7:57 AM

15 revues en français de recherches en langue avec une coloration acquisition-didactique.  Qu'est-ce que j'oublie ?

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Educational appropriation of the blog-tool in project-based learning

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This case study focuses on the appropriation of blogs by first year undergraduate students specialising in the English language and introduced to the profession of teaching English as a foreign language in primary school. As part of a project evaluated in the second semester, participants of this study were expected to use group blogs as reflective diaries. For the purposes of this study, we are interested in observing how participants appropriate blogs within their given setting. Qualitative analysis of collated data suggests that educational affordances of the blog-tool perceived by participants leads to different degrees of appropriation of the tool. Blogs are appropriated as electronic logbooks and as platforms for disseminating information. It has been furthermore found that the ways in which students perceive the task undergo change with the appropriation of a digital tool.
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Carmenne K. Thapliyal's curator insight, June 25, 8:26 AM

My article on how students appropriated blogs in a project

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JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - MOOC


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What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains - YouTube

Most of us are on the Internet on a daily basis and whether we like it or not, the Internet is affecting us. It changes how we think, how we work, and it even changes our brains.


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Miloš Bajčetić's curator insight, April 18, 2:07 PM
FIND THE HIDDEN REFERENCES? There's a lot of hidden references in this video. Watch the producer walk you through each one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Yf_-5...
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How do we assess task-based performance? with Dr. John Norris

More information, handouts, bibliography, and PowerPoint http://larc.sdsu.edu/events/webinars/webinar-norris/ Presentation Abstract: Tasks have captured the…

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Presentation Abstract:
Tasks have captured the attention of testers and educators for some time (e.g., Cureton, 1951, Wiggins, 1994), because they present goal-oriented, contextualized challenges that prompt examinees to deploy cognitive skills and domain-related knowledge in authentic performance rather than merely displaying what they know in selected-response and other discrete forms of tests (Kane, 2001; Wiggins, 1998). For language testing, in particular, interest in task-based performance assessment reflects the need to incorporate language use into assessments, such that interpretations about learners’ abilities to communicate are warranted (Brindley, 1994; Norris et al., 1998). Over the past several decades, tasks have come to play a crucial role in language assessments on a variety of levels, from classroom-based tests to large-scale language proficiency exams to research on second language acquisition. In this webinar, I will provide an overview of the incorporation of tasks into contemporary language assessment practice across diverse contexts, with a particular emphasis on examples of tasks used for distinct (formative and summative) assessment purposes in language classrooms and programs. Participants will encounter the basic steps in developing task-based assessments, including needs analysis, task selection, performance elicitation, rubric creation, scoring, and score reporting/feedback. We will also address the benefits of task-based assessment for language learners, teachers, and programs, and we will consider the potential that emerging technologies hold for enabling authentic assessments of language use. Finally, we will consider both research-based and educator-relevant insights into some of the challenges in doing task-based language assessment, and I will suggest a variety of solutions.

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Articulatory setting: Borissoff


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, April 2, 11:51 PM

In a nutshell, your tongue's resting position is different for different languages, and if you get it into the correct position for the language you want to speak, everything else should fall into place ....

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Bridging the gap: cognitive and social L2 teaching & learning research (SSLA, 2014)


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, March 22, 8:30 AM

DeKeyser, Lantolf, Hulstijn on epistemology; Mackey, Talmy, Young on data and methods; Ellis (N), Bigelow, Ortega on future research.  Open access for now - looking forward to diving in :-)

 

I'm going with #appliedlinguistics on Twitter - #SLA doesn't seem to mean what I think it should mean

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Timeline of Second Language Acquisition

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A time-line of second language studies/acquisition


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Quite brilliant!

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, February 16, 11:22 PM

This is a great idea - some landmark people and articles in second language research.  I tried something similar for learning theories related to second language teaching a few years ago: http://bit.ly/JpWs4n

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Didactique par situations dans l'enseignement des langues : Ghisla, Bausch & Boldrini, 2013

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les cartes heuristiques au service d'une pedagogie-active


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The digitally literate learner and the appropriation of new technol...

Inaugural Lecture John Cook Date: Tuesday 3rd of Feb, 2009 Time: 6pm Venue: Henry Thomas room, Holloway Road, London Metropolitan University Introduced by Br

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The top ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google

The top ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google | Tech in Teaching: Research | Scoop.it
Mobile JISC

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Helen Rowling's curator insight, September 3, 2013 10:27 PM

BEYOND GOOGLE: Let us start a crusade...Let us promote the use of OTHER search engines so the research can be varied and more interesting...HRO

Kim Flintoff's curator insight, November 7, 2013 3:33 AM

Because a good curation strategy requires a quality search strategy...

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12th World Conference on Mobile & Contextual Learning

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RESEARCH PAPERS

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Exploring the impact of using tablet devices in enhancing students listening and speaking skills in tertiary education

Ismail FayedAmer YacoubAli Hussein
Abstract . . PDF (759 KB) . PDF with links(516 KB)  2

Post Web 2.0 Media: Mobile Social Media

Thomas CochraneLaurent Antonczak
Abstract . . PDF (4478 KB) . PDF with links(4480 KB)  3

Integrating mLearning Language Application into University Course Content

Olga VibergÅke Grönlund
Abstract . . PDF (204 KB) . PDF with links(188 KB)  4

An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school

Mark PegrumGrace OakleyJan ClarkeJim Sligar
Abstract . . PDF (203 KB) . PDF with links(205 KB)  5

Mobilogue – A Tool for Creating and Conducting Mobile Supported Field Trips

Adam Giemza
Abstract . . PDF (4202 KB) . PDF with links(960 KB)  6

Large Scale Deployment of Tablet Computers in High Schools in Brazil

Giovanni FariasMohamed AllyClaudia Alexandra de Souza PintoFernando José Spanhol
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  7

Mobile Technology, Maths Education & 21C Learning

Brendan TangneyAibhín Bray
Abstract . . PDF (341 KB) . PDF with links(297 KB)  8

An Analysis of Socio-Technical Factors in Implementing Mobile Learning Solution at an Educational Institution: A Case Study of Mid-Tier MBA College in India

Varadarajan Sridharan
Abstract . . PDF (103 KB) . PDF with links(104 KB)  9

An Outlook on Future Mobile Learning in Saudi Arabia

Saleh Al-Shehri
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  10

Supporting Practitioners in Implementing Mobile Learning and Overcoming Ethical Concerns: A Scenario-Based Approach

Trish Andrews
Abstract . . PDF (168 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  11

About the Contextualization of Learning Objects in Mobile Learning Settings

Jalisa SotsenkoMarc JansenMarcelo Milrad
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AnswerPro: Designing to Motivate Interaction
Balsam Al Sugair
Abstract . . PDF (346 KB) . PDF with links(222 KB)  13
Creating coherent incidental learning journeys on mobile devices through feedback and progress indicators
Mark GavedAgnes Kukulska-HulmeAnn JonesEileen ScanlonIan DunwellPetros LamerasOula Akiki
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(122 KB)  14
Mobile learning through indigenous languages: learning through a constructivist approach
Mmaki JantjiesMike Joy
Abstract . . PDF (408 KB) . PDF with links(410 KB)  15
Academic Achievement in BYOD Classrooms
Dean CristolBelinda Gimbert
Abstract . . PDF (342 KB) . PDF with links(343 KB)  16
Key Challenges Associated with Bringing Personal Mobile Devices to the Classroom
Ieda M. Santos
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  17
Integrating Interactive Videos in Mobile Learning Scenarios
Dan Kohen-Vacs
Abstract . . PDF (673 KB) . PDF with links(249 KB)  18
Ubiquitous Computing in Education: A SWOT Analysis by Students and Teachers
Edgar Napoleon AsiimweSana Zubair Khan
Abstract . . PDF (277 KB) . PDF with links(284 KB)  19
Usability issues in mobile learning: Students’ perceptions in Pakistani universities
Umera ImtinanVanessa ChangTomayess Issa
Abstract . . PDF (99 KB) . PDF with links(102 KB)  20
Improving student literacy in adult education through an immediate feedback tool
Martie GeertsemaChris Campbell
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(123 KB)  21
A HTML5 Based English Learning System for Learning English on Mobile Devices
Firouz B. Anaraki
Abstract . . PDF (591 KB) . PDF with links(586 KB)  MOBILE LEARNING PRACTICES - LESSONS LEARNED22
Using mobile technologies to promote learning and youth employment: a partnership approach
Chamseddine Ouerdiane
Abstract . . PDF (115 KB) . PDF with links(115 KB)  23
Challenges against the successes of mLearn in Bangladesh
Shahanaj Parvin
Abstract . . PDF (172 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  24
M-learn lessons learnt: Bangladesh perspective
Zaki Imam
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(151 KB)  25
Jam Today – Embedding BYOD into Classroom Practice
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (240 KB) . PDF with links(241 KB)  26
An Interactive Mobile Learnign Method to Measure Students performance
David Parsons
Abstract . . PDF (519 KB) . PDF with links(471 KB)  27
The Dawn of Creation with Mobile Learning Technologies and Language Learning Pedagogy
Nicholas Yates
Abstract . . PDF (154 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  28
Augmented Reality, Multimodal Literacy and Mobile Technology: An Experiment in Teacher Engagement
Jan Clarke
Abstract . . PDF (582 KB) . PDF with links(582 KB)  29
Device Neutral Assignments for Mobile Learning in an English Language Classroom
Rasha Al-Okaily
Abstract . . PDF (126 KB) . PDF with links(127 KB)  30
Quality of sms-learning as a rapidly growing m-learning mode for foreign language learning
Majid FatahipourMahnaz Ghasemi Najm
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(133 KB)  31
Integrating Multimedia in ODL materials and Enhanced Access through Mobile Phones
Maria Augusti
Abstract . . PDF (30 KB) . PDF with links(31 KB)  32
Preparing Mobile Learning Strategy for Your Institution
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(132 KB)  DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM33
System Architecture for Device and Content Independent Communication Including 3D Imaging
Razia SultanaAndreas ChristPatrick Meyrueis
Abstract . . PDF (234 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  34
Targeting FRAME: A new tool for mLearning design
Robert Power
Abstract . . PDF (208 KB) . PDF with links(207 KB)  35
Supporting Interaction in Learning Activities Using Mobile Devices in Higher Education
Wesam ShishahGail HopkinsElizabeth FitzGeraldColin Higgins
Abstract . . PDF (169 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  
Paula King, Ph.D.'s curator insight, October 29, 2013 7:40 AM

The 4th screen. 

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, October 30, 2013 6:29 AM

Relevant to ed tech in ELT as well.

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Digital literacies: call for posters

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Hybrid symposium: abstracts by 8 August

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100 Search Engines For Academic Research

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100 Search Engines For Academic Research

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100 Search Engines for Academic Research

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2014 CCERBAL Conference: Literacies and autonomy of advanced language learners

Programme of 2-day conference in Ottawa organised by Marie-Josée Hamel.


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Plenaries by Heidi Byrnes and Nicole Poteaux.

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Dispositifs numériques pour les langues à l’université: appel

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Dispositifs numériques pour l’enseignement des langues,

littératures et civilisations étrangères à l’université

Sous la direction de

Soufiane Rouissi, Lidwine Portes et Ana Stulic

 

Cet ouvrage collectif sous la direction de trois enseignants chercheurs de l’université Bordeaux Montaigne appartenant à différentes équipes de recherche (MICA pour les sciences de l’information et de la communication, CLARE pour les études germaniques, AMERIBER

pour les études hispaniques) est consacré aux dispositifs numériques pour l’enseignement des langues, littératures et civilisations étrangères à l’université.


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, April 15, 11:12 PM

Résumé pour le 25 mai

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Special Issue of eLearning Papers just published on latest MOOC research

Special Issue of eLearning Papers just published on latest MOOC research | Tech in Teaching: Research | Scoop.it

"eLearning Papers Issue 37 is a special issue dedicated to the latest research on MOOCs (what is a MOOC?). The papers are based on the research contributions made to the recent European MOOCs Stakeholders Summit (EMOOCs2014)"

 

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have become a widely recognized as a valuable form of informal learning. The task now at hand is to develop a rich body of research and documented practice so that educational institutions and learners can better benefit from this new form of education.

 

This issue of the eLearning Papers contributes to that body of knowledge with four in-depth research papers and six reports from the field:

 

In-depth

Dropout Prediction in MOOCs using Learner Activity Features

Encouraging Forum Participation in Online Courses with Collectivist, Individualist and Neutral Motivational Framings

Cultural Translation in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Characterizing Video Use in the Catalogue of MITx MOOCs

 

From the field

Toward a Quality Model for UNED MOOCs

The Discrete Optimization MOOC: An Exploration in Discovery-Based Learning

Designing Your First MOOC from Scratch: Recommendations After Teaching “Digital Education of the Future”

Offering cMOOCs Collaboratively: The COER13 Experience from the Convenors’ Perspective

Mathematics Courses: Fostering Individuality Through EMOOCs

Analyzing Completion Rates in the First French xMOOC


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Journal of Linguistic Anthropology - Volume 23, Issue 3

Journal of Linguistic Anthropology - Volume 23, Issue 3 | Tech in Teaching: Research | Scoop.it
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Wiley Online Library has kindly allowed full free access to all the articles of this issue

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Thoughts on SNA and online learning

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The focus of SNA is on the relationships between nodes and the structure of these connections. The object of study is the pattern, nature and dynamics of these interactions, as opposite to the individual characteristics of the actors. This representation allows analysis of the social processes determined by the relationships between the individuals (Martino and Spoto, 2006). SNA enables to visualise the position of a social agent within a particular network, however, because less importance is given to individuals, this theory has less consideration for the influence of personal characteristics and individual agency in determining the success of a relationship.The structural paradigm of  Social Network Analysis (SNA) with its constitutive theory and methods, began to emerge around the 1930s, applied and influenced by a broad range of disciplines such as sociology, psychology and statistics (Scott and Carrington, 2011).

 

In social network theory a social structure is represented by a group of “social actors” connected by a set of relationships. These actors – or “nodes” – can be individuals, groups, institutions, organisations or even Web pages. There can be many different kinds of relationships – or “ties” – between nodes, which constitute a “map” of connections between the actors in a network. When a social network is visualised the nodes are usually represented by points and the ties by lines linking one or more nodes.

 

 


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From Game Design Elements to Gamefulness: Defining “Gamification”


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"Serious games, pervasive games, alternate reality games, or playful design". What is gamification exactly?

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The Maturing of the Mooc


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Stuart Firestein: The pursuit of ignorance

What does real scientific work look like?
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A great talk on how knowledge can lead to "ignorance"

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The Impact of Mobile Access on Motivation - Distance Education Student Perceptions


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A tad bit long but interesting

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Conférence : "Une nécessaire formation des enseignants-chercheurs ?"

Conférence : "Une nécessaire formation des enseignants-chercheurs ?" | Tech in Teaching: Research | Scoop.it

Une conférence présentée par l'Université Paris 1 avec Marianne Poumay, docteur en Sciences de l'éducation.

Marianne Poumay est docteur en Sciences de l'éducation. Elle est professeur à l'Université de Liège où elle dirige l'équipe du Laboratoire de soutien à l'enseignement télématique (LabSET).


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