2016-01-18 – Don Gorges Posts December 27 to January 17

 

 

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www stateof creativecommons org 2015Source: https://stateof.creativecommons.org/2015/

 

Flood of Open Education Resources Challenges Educators – Education Week

http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2016/01/13/flood-of-open-education-resources-challenges-educators.html

With millions of pieces of open education resources flooding the Internet, educators face a “needle in the haystack” problem of epic proportions.

Sure, they can find hundreds, if not thousands, of free pieces of content to accomplish their mission with students, but how to find the right one, aligned to the right standard, for the right student, at the right time? That challenge lies at the heart of personalized learning, whether conveyed through teachers, technology, or some combination of the two.

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__Ryan Merkley, Creative Commons CEO, acknowledges what has always been the obvious problems of a lack of OER standards, interoperability, metadata and “CC’s focus should no longer be to achieve scale. The key challenge facing the commons today is usability, vibrancy, and collaboration.”

_ Watch for Ryan’s next Blog post on: ‘Our strategy and plan’  https://blog.creativecommons.org/

  1. __Ironically, OER’s most influential advocates built their business model to address the problems discussed in this article _ see Lumen Learning’s Revenue Streams, Cost Structure and contribution by Faculty/Staff [OER Creators] of the Client-Institution, as described in its Open Business Model __ https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1l-kSBcCCupbBGOvxZkRy3hQkcnqZuLTmeFuMmlC3zwo/edit

January 15, 2016

Ryan Merkley – Towards a vibrant, usable commons, January 14th, 2016
Towards a vibrant, usable commons – Creative Commons Blog – Creative Commons


 

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__Gartner Digital Marketing Transit Map – This map of the digital marketing landscape shows the relationships among business functions, application services and solution providers. Use it to create a digital marketing solutions strategy, improve operations and plan initiatives. _ www gartner com/technology/research/digital-marketing/transit-map jsp

Gartner Digital Marketing Transit Map

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Find your way easily through the digital marketing tech landscape. Use this free Gartner Digital map: http://gtnr.it/1Y8Y4k2

Free Gartner Research: Digital Marketing Transit Map

Free Gartner Research: Digital Marketing Transit Map

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Digital territory is wide and complex. To plan and manage effectively, you need a firm grasp on operational areas, applications, technologies and vendors — and how they relate.

With the new, interactive Gartner Digital Marketing Transit Map you can navigate like a native. We’ve simplified the landscape and added relevant research reference points, so you can identify the best sources for your needs and acquire systems that work well together.

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Maree Conway

Exploding The Myth Of ‘Unengaged’ Students #unifutures

Exploding The Myth Of 'Unengaged' Students

Exploding The Myth Of ‘Unengaged’ Students

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Video games will not save education and other misconceptions about where schools are headed.

Jordan Shapiro drew a lot of attention this year with his four misconceptions about the future of education. As with much of his work, he tries to take a cattle prod to the conventional education narrative.

In an era of highly polarized ed debates, Shapiro doesn’t fit neatly into any of the ideological “pro-anti” boxes polemicists like to construct. He teaches a wide range of courses in the Intellectual Heritage program and other departments at Temple University.

He’s the author of FREEPLAY: A Video Game Guide to Maximum Euphoric Bliss, and he wrote the Guide to Digital Games + Learning with our friends at the Mindshift blog from member station KQED.

December 30, 2015 



 

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Patents Rethought: Khan Academy Did the Right Thing

Patents Rethought: Khan Academy Did the Right Thing

To recap what’s happened so far:

Since then, I had a little more time to look at the actual legal language of the agreement and reflect on the larger edupatent problem. And I’ve come to the conclusion that Khan Academy did the right thing by adopting the agreement. We should feel good about what they’ve done. And given the realities that software patents exist and defensive patents are therefore a necessary evil, we should encourage other educational patent holders to do as Khan has done and adopt the same agreement.

January 15, 2016


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Annie Leibovitz Launches 'Women' Exhibition - artnet News

Annie Leibovitz Launches ‘Women’ Exhibition – artnet News

After months of waiting, Annie Leibovitz finally launched her hotly-anticipated exhibition “WOMEN: New Portraits” yesterday in London, ahead of its public opening on Saturday.

The roster of outstanding women featured in the second iteration of the series— which began in 1999 in collaboration with Leibovitz’s late partner Susan Sontag—is sensational.

Important personalities such as Queen Elizabeth II, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Venus and Serena Williams, primatologist Jane Goodall, feminist Gloria Steinem, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, and ballerina Misty Copeland have all been captured by Leibovitz, as well as pop-culture celebrities like the actress Amy Schumer with her sister Kim Caramele, the singer Taylor Swift, and Caitlyn Jenner. __https://lnkd.in/eZmXtuJ

__Clint Lalonde “All done and feeling good. Publishing this report on Monday” Jan 18 – Exploring faculty use of open educational resources at British Columbia post-secondary institutions _

Related: PhD Dissertation by David Porter 2013  – Exploring the Practices of Educators Using Open Educational Resources (OER) in the British Columbia Higher Education System

Porter’s OER research concurrent with responsibilities as BCcampus Exec. Director _ gaining PhD qualifications would enable a new role as Associate Vice President, Education Support and Innovation, at The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in 2015 _

 



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__Presented by Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education in Toronto, ChangSchoolTalks 2016 challenges you to a full day of creativity, collaboration, and most importantly, action.

Be a game changer in today’s digital world by mastering powerful topics such as serious gaming, educational technology, and innovative workplace strategies. Connect with leading entrepreneurs and experts in digital innovation through our interactive master classes, thought-provoking presentations, and stimulating Brain Dates. _ http changschooltalks ryerson ca/

 



 

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Ontario Centres of Excellence

Colour-coded for success! 2015 was one for the books for Nix Color Sensor’s entrepreneur Matthew Sheridan.

Colour-coded for success

Colour-coded for success

The Nix Pro Color Sensor Nix Sensor Ltd. – The Tape Measure for Color.

With the commercial launch of his innovative technology and two prestigious award wins, 2015 was one for the books for Hamilton-raised entrepreneur Matthew Sheridan.

President and CEO of Nix Sensor Ltd., Sheridan was recently named Ontario’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015 Ontario Business Achievement Awards. The coveted award, presented by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, goes to a young Ontario entrepreneur who has built a unique and game-changing venture.

Sheridan was also previously recognized at the Ernest C. Manning Innovation Awards gala, where he received the David E. Mitchell Award of Distinction. The $25,000 prize is presented to a Canadian entrepreneur who has successfully developed and commercialized a groundbreaking innovation.

“Matthew is to be congratulated on building a truly innovative and successful business,” says Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) President and CEO Dr. Tom Corr. “This is also a tremendous example of Ontario’s innovation ecosystem at work, with various part of the system playing a role in the development of this company success story.”

Sheridan’s invention, the Nix Pro Color Sensor, is a true game-changer for identifying and matching colours. The handheld, diamond-shaped device acts like a real-life eyedropper tool. It blocks out ambient light to scan the colour of any surface, and sends an accurate reading to a user’s smartphone where it can be saved, organized into colour palettes and matched to paints from leading brands. Without the Nix Pro, design and colour specialists have to carry countless paint chips and fan decks to match colours, a subjective and often inaccurate method.

January 13, 2016


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__Sources: OUSA Reforming Ontario’s Student Financial Assistance System Policy Paper by the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance _ www ousa ca/2015/12/14/ousa-publishes-student-financial-assistance-paper/ _ and “What it will cost,” Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities website _ Given that the cost of textbooks is approx. 5%, this policy paper does not propose that Faculty should create free textbooks for their Students.

OUSA research: Average annual costs of an undergraduate degree in Ontario

OUSA Publishes Student Financial Assistance Paper – OUSA.ca
OUSA Publishes Student Financial Assistance Paper – OUSA.ca
Microsoft Word – Student Financial Assistance 2015.docx – Student-Financial-Assistance-2015.pdf
What It Will Cost

 



 

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Technology and the Imminent Disruption of Higher Education: Is Fear the Path to the Dark Side?

Technology and the Imminent Disruption of Higher Education: Is Fear the Path to the Dark Side?

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David Wheeler is the President of Cape Breton University. 

It is important for those of us committed to improving the practice of teaching in higher education to recognize the contributions of cognitive science when we consider the brave new world of technology-enhanced learning. The advent of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other forms of online learning has led some to argue that technology is drawing university education away from effective learning practices. However, there is growing evidence that the emergence of new educational technologies carries significant potential for improving learning outcomes.  Happily, this evidence does not invalidate traditional models of knowledge acquisition and experiential learning within and beyond the classroom, nor does it undermine the timeless value of inspirational teaching and coaching.  The good news is that we do not have to choose between one and the other.

Re-Imagining (Higher) Education

Last month, I was among 300 people who gathered in Philadelphia for Re-Imagine Education to explore the ways in which new technologies might create fundamental change in education practices.

__”The good news is that many of the existing technologies are free to access and create virtually no barriers to entry for individuals and institutions wishing to deploy them to improve student experience. The bad news, of course, is that not all university professors will want to change their teaching styles in the absence of a compelling reason to do so.”

. . . personalized professional development is key

  1. __”Many universities in Canada are already developing cutting-edge approaches to digital education [-], as is the case with Ryerson’s Chang School of Continuing Education. [-] It remains to be seen whether the relatively conservative higher education sector in Canada will become a world leader in this endeavour. Evidence from the vibrant education technology sector in Kitchener-Waterloo, home to initiatives like D2L, provides some cause for optimism. And the growing e-campus movement in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia suggests that Canadian universities are capable of coming together strategically in the online world.”

January 13, 2016



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What Are the Impacts of Adopting OER?

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The OER Adoption Impact Explorer helps prospective Lumen Learning Clients – Community College Administrators understand some of the impacts of adopting OER instead of commercial textbooks.

Interactive Calculations: Change the values below to match data from your institution to see how OER adoption can benefit your students and institution.
Charts, graphs, and language will update in real time as you make changes.

There may also be other financial impacts, like changes in bookstore revenues and tuition revenues. The Cost strand of our work provides empirical evidence about the magnitude and direction of the financial impacts of OER adoption:

  • Costs of textbooks previous assigned
  • OER support fee models
  • Changes in campus bookstore revenue
  • Changes in tuition revenue due to changes in drop rates
  • Changes in tuition revenue due to changes in enrollment intensity
  • Changes in tuition revenue due to changes in persistence
  • Changes in access to performance-based funding due to changes in drop, enrollment intensity, and persistence
The OER Adoption Impact Explorer, version 0.8, is a joint project of the Open Education Group and Lumen Learning.
  1. __Administrators and Faculty seeking further insights into impacts of adopting OER see Lumen Learning’s Revenue Streams, Cost Structure and contribution by Faculty/Staff of the Client-Institution, as described in Lumen Learning Open Business Model __ https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1l-kSBcCCupbBGOvxZkRy3hQkcnqZuLTmeFuMmlC3zwo/edit

 



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    __”Anything that comes from “Project Veritas” and James O’Keefe is manipulated, edited and contrived” [ https://lnkd.in/e-rkagf ] – I expect his victims will continue to successfully sue.

ChangSchoolTalks 2016: Experiential Learning in Action

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__Ironically, the best interests of the Canadian Cultural Affairs [Creative] Sector is the key responsibility of the Department of Canadian Heritage – email your concerns to The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage at _ canada150logo@pch.gc.ca _ https://lnkd.in/e4dtany

Designers fume over free font for Canada’s 150th birthday | Toronto Star

Designers fume over free font for Canada’s 150th birthday | Toronto Star

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The Canadian design industry is fuming over the government’s use of a free font for Canada’s 150th birthday party

In December, when the government unveiled the Canada 150 typeface for 2017, it came to light on a typography message board that it was sourced for free.

“It was just so consistent with the thinking that started the logo contest that it makes me shake my head,” says Adrian Jean, president of Graphic Designers of Canada, referring to the student contest last year that yielded the celebration’s logo and drew the ire of designers. “It’s an embarrassing situation that the current government has to deal with, an embarrassing legacy the previous government left us.”

Last summer, the Canada 150 federal secretariat went looking for a distinctive Canadian font that jibed with the official logo and could be used in promotional materials for the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Since creating a font can take months or years, they needed something ready-made.

Jan 12 2016



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Templates.

Templates.

Shawna Unger on LinkedIn
Most of what I do is behind the scenes and completely unglamorous so when a colleague pointed out today that one of our previous clients had been recognized by Folio magazine, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride. It’s been almost a year since we (Nervous Pixel) stopped producing the tablet version of Live Happy magazine but the prototyping, templating and production of their first four iPad issues kept me crazy busy in the second half of 2014 and beginning of 2015. It’s always exciting to help print-centric teams start thinking about the endless possibilities available in digital formats but I’m particularly sensitive to their concerns having myself come from the world of print. So after prototyping and then templating the heck out of it (those of you who know me know EXACTLY what it means when I say that) I handed over my babies….sorry….templates for them to run with and build upon. I wish we could have done more but I see that they are in good hands and the magazine continues to evolve with every issue. Congratulations to Live Happy for being recognized with an Ozzie award for excellence in consumer digital edition replica by Folio magazine! http://www.foliomag.com/2015/ozzie-award-finalists/
  • __Thanks, Shawna, for this rare opportunity [for me] to see comparisons between print and ipad layout design – very impressive results and am happy for you winning this award _ I’d recommend checking out Live Happy samples on Behance _ https://www.behance.net/gallery/27610205/Live-Happy _

 


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__Ontario Undergraduate Students’ Alliance’s Reforming Ontario’s Student Financial Assistance System policy paper can be viewed here _ https://lnkd.in/e7Xp-PJ _ the brief is here _ https://lnkd.in/eT8cCi9 _ The policy statements lay out students’ vision for the system as a whole and the appendix offers an accessible introduction to the different mechanisms that make up student financial assistance. __ https://lnkd.in/e4gHXDR

OUSA Publishes Student Financial Assistance Paper - OUSA.ca

OUSA Publishes Student Financial Assistance Paper – OUSA.ca

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The issue of student financial assistance—or rather, the hurricane of issues—touches almost every part of the student experience. Decisions about which institution to attend, where to live, what groceries to buy, or whether or not to take a part-time job while studying are all influenced by students’ ability to pay for university and, by extension, their ability to access financial assistance.

When we talk about financial assistance, we need to remind ourselves that we’re not just talking about the hotly debated OSAP (although most people either have their own OSAP horror story, or know someone who does). We’re also talking about bank loans and credit cards, trust funds, Gerber funds, and fifteen years of savings stored under mattresses. Most students—whether it’s from family, the government, or the bank—have to use borrowed money to attend university.

When we’re talking about the costs of education, again we must remind ourselves we’re not just talking about tuition and fees. Students have to scrounge up funds for thousands of dollars in textbooks, rent, food, and transportation—what’s the cost of being a human being?

 



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__OUSA’s ‘death of public universities’ rhetoric is attention-getting however this article should have pointed us to the Policy Paper which details the issues and OUSA’s recommendations for Reforming Ontario’s Student Financial Assistance System – link_ https://lnkd.in/e4gHXDR _ _ https://lnkd.in/eXY6KSG

Student group calls for tuition freeze to combat ‘death of public universities’ | Toronto Star

Student group calls for tuition freeze to combat ‘death of public universities’ | Toronto Star

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The Ontario Undergraduate Students’ Alliance is calling on Queen’s Park to freeze tuition for four years starting in 2017.

Ontario universities are no longer truly publicly funded, warn student groups, because the taxpayers’ share of operating costs has been outstripped by student tuition and fees.

Concerned about what it calls the “death of public universities,” the Ontario Undergraduate Students’ Alliance (OUSA) is calling on Queen’s Park to freeze tuition for four years starting in 2017 so government grants can catch up and once again outweigh student dollars.

And the group wants the province to reimburse universities for the lost income, which it pegs at about $106 million a year, so campuses won’t have to cut costs.

“Quite simply, we’ve crossed an important line. We’ve seen a drastic increase in the proportion of operating costs carried on the backs of students who are now the largest single contributors to post-secondary education,” says Spencer Nestico-Semianiw, president of OUSA, which launches its campaign for a “Time Out” for tuition hikes Wednesday.

Jan 13 2016


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Rediscover the most popular articles of last year to start 2016 on the right foot!

Insights – Best of 2015

Insights – Best of 2015

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TC Transcontinental Printing Insights – To help kick off the new year, here are some of the most popular newsletter articles of 2015 for you to rediscover.
 


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Spongelab Interactive

Join Spongelab’s Jeremy Friedberg at the 2016 Chang School Talks in Toronto this February 17, 2016. From students to administrators, this lecture will explore the psychology and motivation of people throughout the education vertical. It will also explore the true “goals” in education, why education is not like the commercial landscape, core gamification principles and tools to develop and deploy effective behaviour changing game layers.

Master Classes

Master Classes

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Engage in meaningful exchanges with master practitioners and peers in the ChangSchoolTalks 2016 master class series featuring top experts, educators, and innovators. Participants who register for the Full-Day Experience may attend two 45-minute master classes. Recognition for participation in each class will be provided with a digital badge that can be shared on your LinkedIn profile or resumé.

 



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__The funding will support CFC Catalyze, [-] ideaBOOST programs that will be funded include Engage, Production, and Portfolio programs, which allow multinational enterprises to work directly with small businesses to develop product ideas, and eventually connect these small businesses to investors and larger enterprises once it’s ready to scale. Digital Transformation Labs and Digital Entertainment Demonstration Projects, two initiatives dedicated to showcasing emerging technology to media agencies, will also be funded. __ https://lnkd.in/eJud7Jb

Canadian government investing up to $4.76 million in CFC for digital media products

Canadian government investing up to $4.76 million in CFC for digital media products

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To support the development and commercialization of digital media products in southern Ontario, the Canadian government announced today that it would invest $4.76 million in the Canadian Film Centre.The funding is meant to help small and medium-sized businesses in the digital media industries develop innovative new technologies and scale up. Through the CFC, entrepreneurs will have access to industry partners, experts and investors, which include multinational companies in the digital media and entertainment industry.



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__”R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Pearson, [and] will provide complete supply chain management of 100% of Pearson’s printed and other learning materials to include procurement and manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, and inventory management for Pearson’s North American operations.” __ https://lnkd.in/e78WCys

RR Donnelley Pioneers New Supply Chain Paradigm by Managing 100% of Pearson’s Learning Materials for North America

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This agreement will expand the relationship to combine print, warehousing, fulfillment and supply chain management into a single workflow designed to increase speed to market and improve efficiencies across the distribution process. RR Donnelley will utilize its extensive asset base and its proprietary CustomBuy® e-procurement tool to efficiently source materials.

RR Donnelley Pioneers New Supply Chain Paradigm by Managing 100% of Pearson’s Learning Materials for North America
RR Donnelley Pioneers New Supply Chain Paradigm by Managing 100% of Pearson’s Learning Materials for North America (NASDAQ:RRD)
Managed Print Services | RR Donnelley
Print Solutions | RR Donnelley
CustomBuy, Online procurement service for print management | RR Donnelley
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Supply Chain Solutions | RR Donnelley
Jan. 12, 2016


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__Stephen Downes most recent post is #64881 This beauty is #20 – posted Oct 09, 2004 [quite an amazing mind]_ https://lnkd.in/eaF22ns

The Buntine Oration: Learning Networks

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Text of the Buntine Oration, delivered to the at the Australian College of Educators and the Australian Council of Educational Leaders conference in Perth, Australia. MS Word version. MP3 Audio Recording.

 



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__”@BCcampus Jan 7 We’re really excited to have @LumenLearning visiting with us, in our Victoria office!”

Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia | BCcampus
Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia | BCcampus

__ You likely guessed that David Wiley was the lead author of the group that wrote this   “We want to make Open the default.”

BCcampus

Here we share one short retelling of B.C.’s Open Education journey, engineered by many of our colleagues, including some of those highlighted in this post.

Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia

Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia

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This article has been adapted from the closing keynote address: Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia with Mary Burgess and David Porter during the 12th Annual Open Education Conference: The Impact of Open – November 18-21, 2015, in Vancouver, B.C.

January 12, 2016


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The Recommender’s Paradox

hapgood.us  by Michael Caulfield

A recent-ish study looked at film recommendation systems and found an interesting result: perceived novelty of the recommendations was negatively correlated with user satisfaction, and user satisfaction was correlated adoption.

One of the most striking things we found is that the novelty of recommended items has a significant negative impact on users’ perception of a recommender’s ability to satisfactorily meet their information needs. This effect was particularly strong in its impact on the user’s first impression of an algorithm, and was present even though we restricted the depth of the long tail into which our algorithms could reach.

And so you end up with what I’ll call the recommender’s paradox. People turn to recommendation systems to find things they wouldn’t have thought of themselves, but they choose recommendation systems that largely provide them choices that don’t surprise them. Aspects of trust in the recommender relationship undermine efficacy.

One approach to the paradox is to introduce novelty slowly, after trust is built, but there’s some bad news there as well: . . .

__Thanks Michael. Am very interested in reading further on the topic of Open Educational Resource recommendation algorithms, but not much found – wonder if you can offer reading recommendations? And wonder if Lumen Learning has / is developing related IP. . . __ https://lnkd.in/ePAkJxw

 


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__Providing direct links to these open source textbooks would likely be a valuable additional resource for Faculty and Students who are looking for free options available via online libraries i.e. BCcampus. The one example I chose at random to look at was well reviewed on Amazon – Calculus I, II, III Jerrold E. Marsden and Alan Weinstein – Copyright 1985 – _ https://lnkd.in/eMhWGdb __https://lnkd.in/eSfsvkj

Approved Textbooks

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The following open-source or open-access textbooks have been judged to meet the evaluation criteria set by the AIM editorial board.

__Report: Partnering for Performance: Enhancing Partnerships between Post-Secondary Education and Business _ Partnering for Performance is designed to help Canada’s education, business, government, and community stakeholders understand the value of PSE-business partnerships, and develop and operate ethical, effective, and mutually beneficial collaborations. The Conference Board of Canada _ www conferenceboard ca/e-library/abstract aspx?did=7580

 

Partnerships between Post-Secondary Education and Business The Conference Board of Canada
Partnering for Performance: Enhancing Partnerships between Post-Secondary Education and Business
Partnering for Performance: Enhancing Partnerships Between Post-Secondary Education – 7580 – partneringperforenhancing_rpt.pdf

 



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__”Ray Kurzweil, inventor and futurist, spoke to an audience during a session last summer about a few of the political and philosophical implications of AI when he was asked, “In a world where AI passes the Turing test, who gets to vote? Does democracy make sense?” [short 5:10 video]__ https://lnkd.in/euUxysX

Ray Kurzweil on Giving Future AI the Right to Vote [Video] - Singularity HUB

Ray Kurzweil on Giving Future AI the Right to Vote [Video] – Singularity HUB

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All technology impacts our individual daily lives one way or another—but perhaps no technology makes us question our collective humanity as much as artificial intelligence.

Ray Kurzweil, inventor and futurist, spoke to an audience during a session last summer about a few of the political and philosophical implications of AI when he was asked, “In a world where AI passes the Turing test, who gets to vote? Does democracy make sense?”



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__Open Business Models – Recommended Reading by Paul Stacey _ http edtechfrontier com/2016/01/09/open-business-models-recommended-reading/ _ where Paul lists his favourites,

__ My personal recommendation is not specifically about “Open” – Business Model Generation – _ http www businessmodelgeneration com/book _ A 72 preview edition is available to download free – though I’m guessing you’ll buy the Book . . .

  1. __Paul Stacey and Sarah Pearson are currently writing a Book about existing Open Business Models which will feature Lumen Learning —See Co-Founders Kim Thanos and David Wiley’s Open Business Model Canvas here _ https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1l-kSBcCCupbBGOvxZkRy3hQkcnqZuLTmeFuMmlC3zwo/edit __ And find out more about the Book here _ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/creativecommons/made-with-creative-commons-a-book-on-open-business/description

__For further insight you can read Foundations for OER Strategy Development _ http://www.oerstrategy.org/home/read-the-doc/ _ The key to OER strategy is found in the section titled Government Funding: “Governments are the largest potential source for funding that can bring OER to scale. In many cases they are already spending money directly on course materials, textbooks, or on programs that create educational materials. We need strategies such as open license funding requirements (e.g., Creative Commons licenses) that will redirect some or all of that money to OER. Publicly funded educational resources should be openly licensed by default.”

January 9, 2016



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Pearson – the “World’s learning company”. Exciting times!

Pearson aims to become ‘the world’s learning company’ with rebrand

Pearson aims to become ‘the world’s learning company’ with rebrand

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Educational publisher Pearson has rebranded as it looks to grow its business to become the ‘world’s learning company’.

The ambition behind the new brand is to unify Pearson’s portfolio of products and services under one master brand, distinguish Pearson from its competition and to drive global awareness.

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  1. __Note: Design Mag and blog articles may be showing the new logo incorrectly as cropped versions or details — It’s intended to show Logo with clearspace = to the cap height of the Pearson logotype “P” on all sides __Pearson Brand Guidelines 2016 – with new Interrobang Logo _ www pearson com/content/dam/corporate/global/pearson-dot-com-v2/files/logos/Pearson_Guidelines_Logo.pdf

5 January 2016



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__”Guess who profits the most from this ridiculously inaccurate and misleading line of anti-copyright reasoning — giant corporations who have built a business model on free content.” John Degen is a novelist and poet. He is Executive Director of The Writers’ Union of Canada __ https://lnkd.in/e2Xz_P3

5 Seriously Dumb Myths About Copyright the Media Should Stop Repeating

5 Seriously Dumb Myths About Copyright the Media Should Stop Repeating

medium.com  by John Degen
If you want to understand how a working artist feels about copyright, talk to an actual working artist.

 



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Hilton Barbour

AGENCIES – the indomitable Bruce Philp holds court on the roller-coaster of working with agencies. A delicious and eloquent post.

What you really need to look for when hiring an agency

What you really need to look for when hiring an agency

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If they’re any good, you won’t be able to control them: Bruce Philp

Sooner or later, every successful company confronts the dilemma of hiring an ad agency (for the purpose of this screed, we’ll use that term to describe marketing services companies of all stripes, such as creative ad shops, digital agencies, PR firms—the whole hairball). It’s not an easy decision. Sure, advertising people are a fun tribe, and the best ones are indelibly inspiring to be around. But if you’re a marketer, choosing one is still the most terrifying act of faith your business will ever commit. You are, after all, about to empower total strangers to spend a lot of your money saying something about you to the world. Something not easily unsaid, and something for which you—not they—will be held responsible. Launching your first ad campaign can feel like sending somebody else on your first date.

 

  • __ “The better creative people get, the less able they are to serve any brand but their own. Launching your first ad campaign can feel like sending somebody else ‽ on your first date. you can’t deconstruct chemistry. And chemistry, — is almost all that matters. But very few manage to transform their chemistry into a scalable culture. When you’re looking across a boardroom table at whatever collection of rumpled dreamers and smug hipsters made it this far, fall in love with who they are together, not what you think you as a business leader can make them do.”

  January 07, 2016


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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

HMH’s Dr. David Dockterman continues his exploration of the power of mindset in creating positive learning experiences and changing outcomes. http://spr.ly/6045BnUlP

Achieving the Right Mindset for Blended Learning

Achieving the Right Mindset for Blended Learning

hmhco.com 

Author:  Dr. David Dockterman, Chief Architect, Learning Sciences, HMH  | 01/07/2016 –
Technology is engaging students and preparing them for the 21st century. Blending it into our lives holds great promise, but only if done correctly.

This is the second in a four-part series exploring the power of mindset in creating positive learning experiences and changing outcomes. –

 



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Maree Conway

Gartner’s top 10 strategic technologies for 2016 | Information Age

Gartner’s top 10 strategic technologies for 2016 | Information Age

Gartner’s top 10 strategic technologies for 2016 | Information Age

information-age.com
Analyst firm shoots for machine learning, autonomous agents and the Internet of Things among the technologies that will most impact business strategies next year –
  1. __Thanks for sharing Gartner’s insights, Maree, — “While organisations focus on digital business today, algorithmic business is emerging. – “Algorithms – relationships and interconnections – define the future of business. In algorithmic business, much happens in the background in which people are not directly involved. This is enabled by smart machines. . .” – which brought to mind aspects the work of NRC Canada / Stephen Downes et al. Learning and Performance Support Systems program _ http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/solutions/collaborative/lpss.html

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Wacom Americas

Bamboo Spark now supports handwriting to text conversion. Learn about this powerful new feature here:

Bamboo Spark Supports Handwriting to Text Conversion

Bamboo Spark Supports Handwriting to Text Conversion

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Wacom’s smart notebook delivers on its promise of growing with the customer by adding handwriting to text conversion to move notes and ideas forward faster.

Today at CES, Wacom® introduces handwriting to text conversion to Bamboo Spark, the company’s smart notebook that saves notes digitally as they are written on paper. Converting handwritten notes to text brings several exciting new elements to Bamboo Spark including the ability to archive text notes and share them over email or other applications such as Evernote.

Canadian Science Publishing

Did you know that approximately 2.5 million new scientific papers are published each year!? How do you manage this 21st century science overload? https://lnkd.in/e9vYzXF

21st Century Science Overload

21st Century Science Overload

cdnsciencepub.com By Sarah Boon

Do you feel overwhelmed by the number of research papers in your field? Do you wonder if you’re missing key ideas that could be critical for your research program? Does it feel like the deluge is only getting worse?

You’re not imagining things. According to research from the University of Ottawa, in 2009 we passed the 50 million mark in terms of the total number of science papers published since 1665, and approximately 2.5 million new scientific papers are published each year.

What’s driving this publication explosion? 

January 07, 2016


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I saw Muddy Waters on the bus.

I saw Muddy Waters on the bus.

Ian Mirlin on LinkedIn 

We were on our way home.

Feint figures in seats scalloped by multitudes of weary backsides that preceded our own.

Rows of us, weary shoulders slumped against the window, our tickets caught like kites between the branches of our fingers.

He was sitting across from me with his briefcase on his lap and I could plainly read his initials ‘ Mc. M.’ in embossed gold letters right below the scuffed black handle of that battered leather resting on his knees.

McKinley Morganfield. It was Muddy for sure. . .

 

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Aquent

Global design firm Fjord (part of Accenture Interactive) has released its annual report outlining the digital and innovations trends we can expect in the new year. The trends, based on insights and analysis from a team of more than 750 designers and developers, focus on issues that are expected to be tackled in the coming year and the impact on design, users, organisations and society.

2016's design and innovation trends by Fjord | Desktop

2016’s design and innovation trends by Fjord | Desktop

Global design firm Fjord (part of Accenture Interactive) has released its annual report outlining the digital and innovations trends we can expect in the new year.

The trends, based on insights and analysis from a team of more than 750 designers and developers, focus on issues that are expected to be tackled in the coming year and the impact on design, users, organisations and society

 



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__This Proposed Rule document was issued by the Department of Education (ED) _ https://lnkd.in/eqV-Kc3 _ “We believe that an open licensing requirement would improve the quality of educational resources and sustain innovations – by encouraging subject matter experts and other users to build upon the grant products and enriching the grant-funded content.” __ https://lnkd.in/ewT2xnH

Open Licensing Requirement for Direct Grant Programs

Open Licensing Requirement for Direct Grant Programs

Docket Browser

Summary:

The Secretary proposes to amend the regulations in 2 CFR part 3474 in order to require that all Department grantees awarded direct grant funds openly license to the public all copyrightable intellectual property created with Department grant funds.

  1. __BCcampus reports “Student Savings of $1,137,900 [since 2012]” and Open Textbook usage Stats as of January 7, 2016 _ http://open.bccampus.ca/2015/09/10/more-bc-open-textbook-stats/ _

Open Licensing Requirement for Direct Grant Programs
Regulations.gov – Docket Browser
Regulations.gov – Proposed Rule Document


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__Pearson Brand Guidelines 2016 – with new Interrobang Logo _ www pearson com/content/dam/corporate/global/pearson-dot-com-v2/files/logos/Pearson_Guidelines_Logo.pdf _

Pearson Brand guidelines Summary-guidelines-pcom_24_06_2011.pdf
  1. __Note Logo clearspace = to the cap height of the Pearson logotype “P” on all sides – Design Mag articles linked below may be showing incorrectly cropped versions or details. . . so was my original posting! ‽ See more – designweek_ https://www.designweek.co.uk/meets-in-new-pearson-logo/ _ BRAND NEW _ http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/new_logo_and_identity_for_pearson_by_together_design.php _

 



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__”If he’s [Prince] commenting on social media, let him take things other than copyrighted images,” said Goldstein. “The attraction of [Graham’s] image for Prince is not that it’s taken from Instagram, but rather that it’s a truly arresting image. Looking at the images he used, they’re all pretty compelling images. The credit for that goes to the original author. There’s no justification for getting on the back of a copyrighted work to make your comment—and I’m not sure what the comment is.” _ https://lnkd.in/eNWY27E

Experts On the New Richard Prince Lawsuit—artnet News

Experts On the New Richard Prince Lawsuit—artnet News

Why Experts Say the Latest Copyright Lawsuit Against Richard Prince Matters

Brian Boucher, Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Yet another lawsuit has been filed by a photographer against a major artist, and the case could have a significant impact on the interpretation of copyright and intellectual property law.

Photographer Donald Graham has brought suit against Richard Prince for using a photographof a Rastafarian, taken by Graham, in his 2014 Gagosian Gallery exhibition “New Portraits,” which presented prints of other people’s Instagram posts, with comments by Prince. Prince obviously has a taste for this kind of image; the major lawsuit Cariou v. Prince (in which French photographer Patrick Cariou sued Prince and his dealer Larry Gagosian for copyright infringement) centered on Cariou’s pictures of Rastafarians.

 

__Meet the Doll Maker and Instagram Star [Doe Deere] Hacked by Richard Prince _ https://lnkd.in/ejJfvVK _ https://lnkd.in/eySZdZj _ Richard Prince – Exhibitions _ https://lnkd.in/e4A6mb8

Controversial artist Richard Prince sued for copyright infringement

Controversial artist Richard Prince sued for copyright infringement

The artist, whose work often involves appropriating the images of others, has been sued for his use of the photograph Rastafarian Smoking a Joint

Richard Prince, a New York-based artist whose work often involves appropriating that of others, has been sued for copyright infringement by Donald Graham, a photographer who claims Prince knowingly reproduced his photo Rastafarian Smoking a Joint without seeking permission.

Artnet reports that Graham filed a complaint on 30 December against Prince, the Gagosian Gallery – where Prince’s New Portraits exhibition ran between September and October 2014 – and Lawrence Gagosian, the gallery owner.

The New Portraits collection featured 37 inkjet prints on canvas of what Prince called “screen saves” of Instagram posts, according to the complaint. The only modification to the images by Prince, besides blowing them up in size, are in comments underneath the pictures comprised of emojis and bizarre sentences. The pieces sold for up to $100,000 at New York’s Frieze art fair, where they caused considerable controversy.

One woman in the photographs, Doe Deere, a member of the SuicideGirls burlesque collective, posted on Instagram that she had been told the picture of her had been sold for $90,000. Prince, as is his custom, had not asked permission to use the images.

 

Controversial artist Richard Prince sued for copyright infringement | Art and design | The Guardian
Controversial artist Richard Prince sued for copyright infringement | Art and design | The Guardian
Meet The Doll Maker And Instagram Star Hacked by Richard Prince | Observer
SuicideGirls respond to Richard Prince selling their Instagram posts as art | Art and design | The Guardian
Richard Prince – Exhibitions
Richard Prince – Untitled (originals)
Richard Prince – Cowboys
Richard Prince
Richard Prince – September 19 – October 24, 2014 – Gagosian Gallery
Donald Graham on Instagram: “How to credit a work: “Rastafarian Smoking a Joint” © 1997 Donald Graham. #PrinceofAppropriation”
Experts On the New Richard Prince Lawsuit—artnet News
Richard Prince Lawsuit Focuses on Limits of Appropriation – The New York Times
Monday 4 January 2016


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__”Digitization has been all the rage over the past decade, as libraries, museums and other institutions have scanned millions of items and posted them online. But the library’s initiative (nypl.org/publicdomain), which goes live on Wednesday, goes beyond the practical questions of how and what to digitize to the deeper one of what happens next.” – NYT _ https://lnkd.in/e8Mr5_g __ https://lnkd.in/eEPPRS9

NYPL Digital Collections

NYPL Digital Collections

On January 6, 2016, The New York Public Library enhanced access to all public domain items in Digital Collections so that everyone has the freedom to enjoy and reuse these materials in almost limitless ways.

 

The New York Public Library NYPL Digital Collections
NYPL Digital Collections
Public Domain Collections: Free to Share & Reuse | The New York Public Library
NYPL Digital Collections
Free for All: NYPL Enhances Public Domain Collections For Sharing and Reuse | The New York Public Library
NYPL Labs | The New York Public Library
Announcing Triple Canopy’s 2015 NYPL Labs Commission Recipients – Triple Canopy
NYPL Labs | The New York Public Library
NYPL Labs Remix Residency | The New York Public Library
New York Public Library Invites a Deep Digital Dive – The New York Times
 


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Amanda Murray

#Creative people “bring seemingly contradictory elements together in unusual and unexpected ways”

Creative people’s brains really do work differently

Creative people’s brains really do work differently

What makes highly creative people different from the rest of us? In the 1960s, psychologist and creativity researcher Frank X. Barron set about finding out. Barron conducted a series of experiments on some of his generation’s most renowned thinkers in an attempt to isolate the unique spark of creative genius.

January 04, 2016


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__Pearson _ Different look, same dream – what’s changing for us in 2016 _ See Video _ https //www youtube com/user/Pearsonplc

Pearson Logo on White Background

  1. __Also see design-focused rebranding video “Watch our design story” _ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OtuGLjHMws&feature=youtu.be

__Recalling HMH rebranding in 2012 was similarly conceived around the idea of curiosity and the tag “Inspire curiosity” _ http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/triangle_is_as_triangle_does.php#.Vov_pFKRTRL

Pearson New Logo – YouTube
Pearson – YouTube
Pearson rebrand launches – Together Design – Together Design
Pearson aims to become ‘the world’s learning company’ with rebrand | The Drum
Watch our design story – YouTube
Brand New: New Logo and Identity for Pearson by Freemavens and Together Design
‽ interrobang, interabang – Google Search
? meets ! in new Pearson logo | Design Week
Pinterest: Discover and save creative ideas
Interrobang – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pearson_Guidelines_Logo.pdf
? meets ! in new Pearson logo | Design Week
Free Font Playfair Display by Claus Eggers Sørensen | Font Squirrel
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__Stephen Downes “I have maintained OLDaily and the rest of this website at my own expense since 2001. It is not subsidized by my employer or anyone else. I’ve always been happy to do it, but now I need your help. . . I’d be happy to recognize your contribution, as thanks” _ https://lnkd.in/etGSvia

Why donate to Downes.ca

Online learning, new media, connectivism, MOOCs, personal learning environments, new literacy, and more from Stephen Downes
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__Paleofuture article + links to several illustrations from Arthur Radebaugh’s comic strip “Closer Than We Think” _ https://lnkd.in/ef_BNJE _ _ https://lnkd.in/eTx9M5j _ https://lnkd.in/eihmTCA

Future of Education @ Paleofuture

Future of Education @ Paleofuture

The Push-Button School of Tomorrow (1958) + This 1960s Computerized Desk Was Supposed to Make Classrooms Extinct + Electronic Home Li…

The May 5, 1958 edition of Arthur Radebaugh‘s Sunday comic, Closer Than We Think, showed off the high-tech school of tomorrow. With hordes of baby boomers flooding into public schools in the 1950s, it makes sense that this strip would focus on different solutions for overcrowding with that technological optimism we…

 

Arthur Radebaugh’s comic strip Closer Than We Think, Future of Education, Paleofuture
Education – Paleofuture
Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog – Movies Will Replace Textbooks (1922)
Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog
Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog – Closer Than We Think! (1958-1963)
Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog – The Push-Button School of Tomorrow (1958)
Full Image Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog – Electronic Home Library (1959)
Paleofuture – Paleofuture Blog – Electronic Home Library (1959)
Electronic Home Library, Envisioned in 1959 – Neatorama

 

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A New Role for Comments on Chronicle.com

A New Role for Comments on Chronicle.com

We’re trying a different approach to promoting constructive conversations on our website. Here’s a look at our plan.
We’re going to review contributions before posting them. That means that if you submit a comment, it won’t instantly appear. Instead, a group of Chronicle moderators will read submissions throughout the workday. Their mission is to publish the most valuable comments we receive — the ones that provide interesting insights, thoughtful questions, strong points, and cogent criticisms.
January 03, 2016


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__”Magic Leap had to come up with an alternative to stereoscopic 3-D—something that doesn’t disrupt the way you normally see things. Essentially, it has developed an itty-bitty projector that shines light into your eyes—light that blends in extremely well with the light you’re receiving from the real world.” _ https://lnkd.in/eFMM_zu

What It’s Like to Try Magic Leap’s Take on Virtual Reality | MIT Technology Review

What It’s Like to Try Magic Leap’s Take on Virtual Reality | MIT Technology Review

Magic Leap

A startup is betting more than half a billion dollars that it will dazzle you with its approach to creating 3-D imagery.

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__”Capture virtual reality video using the Immerge, and your viewers will be able to “move around” inside the 3D space while they’re watching that video. Lytro calls it “six degrees of freedom” (6DoF), and says that this is something that was previously only possible inside computer-generated experiences. ” _ https://lnkd.in/e_w3fgh

Lytro Immerge is the World's First Light Field Camera for Virtual Reality

Lytro Immerge is the World’s First Light Field Camera for Virtual Reality

Lytro today announced Immerge, a new camera that may revolutionize how virtual reality content is captured. The company calls it “the world’s first professional light field solution for Cinematic VR.”

While Lytro’s Illum camera captures light field data from one direction for “still” photos, the new ball-shaped Immerge camera captures Light Field Volume, or light field data from every single direction at once.

November 5, 2015


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Kenneth Blasius

BYU’s Bold Plan to Give Students Control of Their Data (EdSurge News)

BYU’s Bold Plan to Give Students Control of Their Data (EdSurge News)

As Web culture permeates the higher education experience, from Yik Yak conversations to collaborative digital assignments, questions of data privacy are gaining national attention. In 2015, 46 states introduced 182 bills addressing student data privacy, according to nonprofit advocacy group the Data Quality Campaign.

These attempts to protect personal information treat student data as something to be managed and controlled—but don’t give students themselves a voice in how they want their data to be used.

 

Jim Groom, Personal API, BYU’s Bold Plan to Give Students Control of Their Data | EdSurge News
BYU’s Bold Plan to Give Students Control of Their Data | EdSurge News
The University API: an (un)conference | bavatuesdays
Domains as Ground Zero for the Struggle over Agency | bavatuesdays
A Personal API | bavatuesdays
Beyond Academia.edu: Taking Control of Your Online Presence | William Fenton | PCMag.com

Dec 18, 2015



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__”The world, I think, would be a better place if we were all a bit more Canadian. . . Fortunately, Canadian niceness is contagious. . . “__ https://lnkd.in/eSxGFg6

Can Canada teach the rest of us to be nicer?

Can Canada teach the rest of us to be nicer?

Life is hard enough, with plenty of jagged edges and pointy bits. Why not coat it with a glaze of politeness and humility?

Canadian niceness is pure, and untainted by the passive-aggressive undertones found in American niceness (have a good day, or else!). It’s also abundant. Canada is to niceness as Saudi Arabia is to oil. It’s awash in the stuff, and it’s about time, I say, the rest of the world imported some. (France, Russia and the UK topped one recent list of rude countries as perceived by travellers.) Researchers have yet to analyse Canadian niceness empirically, but studies have found that Canadians, perhaps in an effort not to offend, use an overabundance of “hedge words”, such as “could be” and “not bad”. Then there is the most coveted of Canadian words:  “sorry”. Canadians will apologize for anything and to anything.     By Eric Weiner

19 March 2015



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__Perhaps this view of “Facebook [LinkedIn] and the stream” is simply a snapshot of a moment in the continuum of design iterations . . . there is more to come in the evolution of the web – Wikity [http://wikity.cc/], for example,

See -Mike Caulfield How Federated Open Educational Resources Could Work | Hapgood

How Federated Open Educational Resources Could Work | Hapgood
Why Facebook Won, and Other Hard Truths

Why Facebook Won, and Other Hard Truths

hapgood.us
by Mike Caulfield

A lot of people have been tweeting and emailing me and DM-ing me the recent Guardian piece by Iran’s “blogfather”.

You should read it yourself, but in short it is the story of a man sent to jail for blogging in Iran at the height of blogging’s influence and coming out of jail many years later to find that Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have “killed the web.”

In a related conversation yesterday we were talking about the New York Times article featuring a cast of merry Luddites talking about escaping the endless grind of Facebook and the stream.

And yes, The Stream Won. I get it. But when you ask revolutionaries *why* it won the answer you get, more or less, is that Evil Facebook and Twitter and Instagram hid the truth from the larger population and fooled them into thinking they wanted Evil Facebook and Instagram and Twitter instead of the exhilarating open web.

But that’s delusion at best. Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter won because they solved problems that the open web repeatedly failed to solve.



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__”Director, DMZ Marketing, Communications and External Relations will oversee and implement the design and management of marketing and communications projects and materials, and provide creative, strategic leadership in all communications and public/external relations activities designed to promote the DMZ. Primarily, you will act as a lead service provider to the start-ups in the DMZ through the start-up services function, business development and international projects function, ensuring that marketing and communication priorities are aligned to these groups.”

Director DMZ Marketing, Communications and External Relations
 


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__The Fold Manifesto: Why the Page Fold Still Matters “Summary: What appears at the top of the page vs. what’s hidden will always influence the user experience—regardless of screen size. The average difference in how users treat info above vs. below the fold is 84%.” _ www nngroup com/articles/page-fold-manifesto/ _ Nielsen Norman Group Evidence-Based User Experience Research, Training, and Consulting

The Fold Manifesto: Why the Page Fold Still Matters nn group
The Fold Manifesto: Why the Page Fold Still Matters

 



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