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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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Reclaim filing

If students do no longer understand how files and folders work on a computer, the problem is not that they should *know* how apps work ‘under the hood’ but that modern apps and operating sytems keep them away from *using* their own files and folders.
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Teaching Machines

It is an important book, because without such a deep insight into the history of teacherless instruction, today’s new teaching machines are probably doomed to repeat some crucial errors over again. And it gets the reader inspired to ask themselves.
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Decentralized, Part 2

This is a continuation to a previous blog post about decentralization.
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Collapsing

The whole idea of wrapped/ collapsed/ congealed may again seem like a rip-off… Continue reading

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Limit case

In his new book, McGilchrist applies the concept of the limit case to a large variety of relationships.
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