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Higher education, impact, and the Internet: Publishing, politics, and performativity | Roberts | First Monday
In a world where knowledge is treated as just another commodity, and where the goal is to maximize outputs relative to inputs, ethical objections become irrelevant. What counts is not truth, or knowledge, but what sells. Academic institutions are now very much subject to this logic and unlikely to escape from it without a good deal of struggle, both within their own ranks and further afield.
highered  politics  Education  culture  capitalism 
7 weeks ago by grantpotter
CROWDLAAERS
reports learning analytics associated with group – or ​crowd​ – discourse ​layers​ added via Hypothesis open web annotation to online content.
analytics  annotation  data  tool  teaching  learning  Education  highered 
february 2019 by grantpotter
Empower Teachers First | Hapgood
The way to help at-risk students and the way to create more diversity in professions lacking it is not to create more and better self-study materials. It is to find teachers that are already teaching the populations you want to attract or help and relentlessly focus on helping them be better and more effective teachers.
open  openeducation  teaching  learning  opened  Education 
december 2018 by grantpotter
Cynicism, Not Gullibility, Will Kill Our Humanity | Hapgood
Major advances in the U.S. — from civil rights to the social safety net — have been driven by the public being confronted with the consequences of their inaction or action and having to reckon with that. But if everything is worthy of low trust at best, you never need to confront the impacts of policy or politics or personal action.
literacy  digipo  digitalliteracy  news  Education  teaching  learning  culture 
november 2018 by grantpotter
Commonspoly - Let’s cooperate!
Commonspoly is a free licensed board game which promotes cooperation and the act of commoning
commons  cooperation  game  games  fun  teaching  learning  Education  highered 
november 2018 by grantpotter
The Library as the Natural Home for Emerging Technology… – OUseful.Info, the blog…
taking it out of the Computing Department and STEM Faculty makes a statement that we’re trying to offer computation stuff to people in general, not provide a computing environment for computing people per se; that is, we can explore, and maybe even help develop, a different set of expectations and use models for “code” – not necessarily writing big programs, but perhaps just finding the single-line-of-code-at-a-time that helps you complete a particular task.
docker  containerization  containers  teaching  learning  libraries  education 
november 2018 by grantpotter
Jacques Ellul: A Prophet for Our Tech-Saturated Times | The Tyee
resistance meant teaching people how to be conscious amphibians, with one foot in traditional human societies, and to purposefully choose which technologies to bring into their communities.
technology  culture  teaching  learning  Education  politics 
october 2018 by grantpotter
Colab
Colaboratory is a research tool for machine learning education and research. It’s a Jupyter notebook environment that requires no setup to use.
jupyter  jupyterlab  teaching  learning  Education  edtech  cloud 
october 2018 by grantpotter
Deciding on appropriate media for teaching and learning | Tony Bates
Hibbits and Travin’s (2015) variation of ADDIE presents the following learning and technology development model that incorporates the various stages of course design:
instructionaldesign  teaching  learning  Education  design 
october 2018 by grantpotter
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