Monthly Archives: October 2021

Windows 11 spook finished for me

Almost timely for Halloween, Windows 11 broke my taskbar, and so I had to go back to Windows 10. Continue reading

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#ethics21 Week 3 tasks

My homework for Week 3. Continue reading

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#ethics21 (Technical:) Graph

I am fascinated by Stephen’s idea to connect issues with applications to see what pattern emerges.
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#ethics21 Week 2 Curiosity

In Week 2, we will learn about Applications of Learning Analytics, and I am curious about a few things that have puzzled me for a while. Continue reading

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#ethics21 Week 1 Task

“What Does Ethics Mean to You?” … It is not like legal obligations, it is voluntary and beyond legal compliance. This also means that ethical goals, in contrast to laws, are not a consensus among the many
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#ethics21 Introducing myself

Other course participants started introducing themselves and indicated why they joined the course, so I will do this, too.
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#ethics21 Hello

For me, the most interesting part of a cMOOC is reading blog posts and comments. Fortunately, it was easy to submit my feed.
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