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Category Archives: EL30
During the course ‘E-Learning 3.0’ (#EL30) I experienced how powerful gRSShopper is. Here is a demo application that creates an interactive map directly from the gRSShopper database.
In Amy Burwall’s conversation with Stephen, she said something that resonated very much with me:
“Creativity is about connecting dots” Continue reading
This week is about experience. I was musing about indirect methods.
This week I try to write about my experience of this course, and to take into account the aspect of community.
Thanks to Laura for the proposal which makes the consensus task stretching again, whereas Roland’s good proposal might have been just nodded through. I think that a shared definition of such a complex term as ‘community’ is unnecessary and therefore … Continue reading
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?
One task was a content-addressed resource, and the other was explaining Jupyter notebooks to 4 different personas.
So I tried to guess what advertisers know about me, from (1) the Twitter “Interests” and (2) my LibraryThing tags.
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.