Presentation given at the 2013 Blended Learning Summit. How can learning analytics help flip the classroom? What kind of technology can help us increase the le
En algún momento de la presentación dice "la clase invertida es un tema fundametalmente pedagógico, pero la tech puede ampliar opciones". Revisar la interfaz donde el docente ve reportados las acciones del estudiante en un gráfico de barras stacked
Welcome to the Massive Open Online Courses section of the University of Texas at Austin Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas’ Distance Learning program.
We launched the first MOOC on journalism in October 2012, Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization, with Alberto Cairo. More than 2,000 people from 109 countries are currently taking our first massive course that will end on December 8, 2012.
Students can enroll now for the second edition of the same MOOC that will be offered from January 12, 2013 to February 23, 2013. To enroll, please create an account in our system. You will receive a confirmation email and then you can enroll in the course. Be sure to choose: Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization, Jan. 2013.
From simple charts to complex maps and infographics, Brian Suda's round-up of the best – and mostly free – tools has everything you need to bring your data to life...
A common question is how to get started with data visualisations. Beyond following blogs, you need to practice – and to practice, you need to understand the tools available. In this article, get introduced to 20 different tools for creating visualisations...
SoundScriber is a program for Windows which aides in transcription of digitized sound files and is available for free under the GNU General Public License. Besides normal playback features such as those offered by the accessory Media Player (Play, FF, Rew, Pause), it also includes features specifically for transcription. These include keystrokes to control the program while working in another window (e.g. word processor, SGML editor, etc.), variable speed playback, and a feature called "walking." Walking plays a small stretch of the file several times, then advances to a new piece, overlapping slightly with the previous one. With this feature, it is possible to transcribe continuously without having to manually pause or rewind the recording.