Monthly Archives: November 2018

#EL30 Week 6: Automated Assessments

The rich data tapestry of student learning records, might get at a more accurate picture of whether the student’s abilities will meet the requirements of a certain job profile. But is the conjecture true for all types of assessments, and will it lead to more justice, and should we embrace machine decisions here?
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#EL30 Two tasks

One task was a content-addressed resource, and the other was explaining Jupyter notebooks to 4 different personas.
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#EL30 Week 4 Identity graph, 1st attempt

So I tried to guess what advertisers know about me, from (1) the Twitter “Interests” and (2) my LibraryThing tags.
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#EL30 Week 4: The same

One meaning of ‘identity’ is just ‘the same’. If I am a user who has never logged in into a certain server, a ‘cookie’ just tells the server that I am the same one who visited the site before. Nobody knows my name at this time.
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#EL30 Technical: How I created my task

If you want to try it yourself, here is my stuff.
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#EL30 Graph task

My task for you involves some concepts from the synopsis texts, and you should connect and annotate them.
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#EL30 Week 3: Plumbing?

It bugs me when some peer nerds urge all the rest of the world to adopt our way of thinking. Probably they are confusing two important things.
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