16 février 2015

Agrément pour les experts individuels au titre du crédit impôt recherche

Formulaires concernant les experts individuels souhaitant être agréés par le ministère chargé de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche. Voir l'article...

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CIR : les formulaires de la déclaration 2069A-SD et 2058 CG

Concernant le CIR, les entreprises peuvent déclarer chaque année leurs dépenses de R&D avec la déclaration 2069A-SD, remplissable en ligne selon certaines modalités. Le formulaire 2058 C.G. est destiné à une société bénéficiant du régime fiscal des groupes de sociétés (Article 223 A du C.G.I.). Les formulaires de déclaration sont à télécharger sur cette page.
Guide du crédit impôt recherche 2014. Voir l'article...

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Socrates, Plato and Education Spending

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Socrates, Plato and Education Spending
Unattributed, Inside Higher Ed, 2015/02/16

Dave Brat has it wrong historically, textually, and pragmatically. Brat said, "“The greatest thinkers in Western civ were not products of education policy,” he said. “Socrates trained Plato on a rock and then Plato trained in Aristotle roughly speaking on a rock. So, huge funding is not necessary..." Glenn Raymond Morrow writes. More...

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Becoming MOOC

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Becoming MOOC
Stephen Downes, Half an Hour, 2015/02/16

This was intended to be a magazine article, but I got the length wrong so it became a blog post. It describes different types of literacies required to be successful in a MOOC, and frames the difference between a CMOOC and an xMOOC in terms of these literacies. "These literacies may be necessary for success in a MOOC, but they are more widely applicable as well. More...

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Allerject epinephrine

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Allerject epinephrine
Allerject, 2015/02/16
As long as I have been giving talks I have been talking about the idea of learning being embedded in objects (crediting Bruce Sterling's novel Distraction). My favorite story was always the fishing pole that teaches you to fish. Then last year we actually saw the teaching tennis racket. Now they're becoming more and more commonplace. My colleague Rod Savoie points to this item, a "new epinephrine tool, an example of Performance Support. More...

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Micro Engagement is Killing Our Edublogging Community

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Micro Engagement is Killing Our Edublogging Community
Tom Barrett, The Curious Creative, 2015/02/16

On the one hand, I understand the concern. "The lack of discussion and further conversation is something I have missed from the blogging experience," writes Tom Barrett. Blogging is still a valuable forum for reflection, he writes, but "whether we care enough about other blogs is another thing." Maybe. More...

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NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition
Various authors, New Media Consortium, 2015/02/14
The latest Horizon Report for higher education has arrived. As always, I think the report should begin by reviewing previous editions of the reports and identifying corrections to its methodology that will improve projections. Or at the very least there ought to be some requirement of consistency in the outcome. Compare this year's report to 2010's, 2011's, 2012's, 2013's and 2014's for example. More...

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Rights, restrictions and photos of Cats

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Rights, restrictions and photos of Cats
Stuart Myles, W3C | ODRL | Slideshare, 2015/02/13

I haven't covered the nuances of version upgrades - Open Digital Rights Language is in final comments for version 2.1 - but the spectrum of automated rights referencing is maturing gradually. More...

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Evidence of Learning

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Evidence of Learning
Adam Newman, Terry Miles, Gates Bryant, Tyton Partners, 2015/02/13

I think this is actually quite a good report and regret only that it doesn't dive into deeper detail. That said, the framework around 'evidence of learning' appears to me on first reading to be sound. More...

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How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life
Jon Ronson, New York Times, 2015/02/13

Around 13 months ago Justine Sacco was on her way to South Africa when she sent off a tweet from Heathrow that for all appearances was insensitive and racist. The Twittersphere descended on her while she sat unknowing on a 12 hour flight and by the time she landed she was vilified and fired from her public relations job. This article reports on the fallout. A related article, posted by Gawker Media's Sam Biddle has a similar theme. More...

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