11 juillet 2018

La quatrième région agroalimentaire de France

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceLes Hauts-de-France forment la quatrième région agroalimentaire en termes d’emplois avec 43 300 postes, soit 11 % des effectifs nationaux de l’industrie agroalimentaire, et 843 entreprises agroalimentaires. Plus...

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Colloque Réforme Formation Professionnelle Continue - 6 juillet 2018 - Dijon

logo-SEFCALe service Commun de Formations Continue et par Alternance - SEFCA de l’Université de Bourgogne organise une journée de présentation des impacts de la réforme de la Formation Professionnelle Continue et de l’apprentissage.
Cette journée, en direction de ses personnels, de ceux de l'université impliqués dans la formation en alternance (enseignants-chercheurs) mais aussi d'institutionnels partenaires du territoire, présentera les impacts de la réforme de la Formation Professionnelle Continue et de l'Apprentissage initiée par le Gouvernement en 2017 et qui devrait aboutir à un texte législatif courant de l'été 2018, sous l'angle essentiellement des prestataires de formation (OF et CFA) mais aussi des entreprises. Plus...

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Perl based open source products

Perl based open source products
Gabor Szabo, Perl Maven, January 31, 2014
Sometime people wonder why I use Perl when there are so many new languages available. Part of it is habit, of course, but part of it is that Perl is an excellent language for building web-based applications. The proof is in the progeny. More...

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4 Lessons We Can Learn from the "Failure" of MOOCs

4 Lessons We Can Learn from the "Failure" of MOOCs
Andrew Miller, Edutopia, January 31, 2014
"Let's be clear," writes Andrew Miller, "that MOOCs are just one part of the so-called online learning revolution." But even the so-called failure of MOOCs can teach us some lessons, he says. Like what? Retain the human element, foster collaboration, and provide ongoing feedback, for starters. More...

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Map of the Internet 1.0

Map of the Internet 1.0
The9988, Deviant Art, January 31, 2014

A nice detailed map of the internet. It's worth exploring in some depth because of the wealth of detail. Don't forget to look at the ocean currents. More...

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My Education Path

My Education Path
Roman Doubush, My Education Path, February 1, 2013
This is good innovative work. "My Education Path (or "My Path") tool can be used to plan your education in online classes. You choose skills (proffesion) you want to get and the tool will build all possible pathes through different online courses from different vendors. You can compare and choose what path you like." Also, "My education passport tool is used to create visual history of our personal education. More...

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Timid About Fair Use?

Timid About Fair Use?
Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, January 30, 2014

I wish people would be more assertive in the exercise of their rights to fair use. More...

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A Future Without Schooling?

A Future Without Schooling?
Jim Shimabukuro, January 29, 2014
So, here's the question: "Can we, educators, imagine a future without traditional schools and teachers? The same can be asked of higher ed, Can we imagine a future without traditional colleges and professors?" Well in fact, Jim Shimabukuro says, we've already begun to imagine this future with MOOCs and other open online learning. More...

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Is Blogging Unscholarly?

Is Blogging Unscholarly?
Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed, January 29, 2014
I think this is a tempest in a teapot, but at the same time, I think it's a harbinger of debates to come. The proposed motion (which will probably be defeated) would prohibit journal editors for a small academic society from blogging, as blogging is an 'unscholarly' activity. More...

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When Learning Isn’t Vulnerability

When Learning Isn’t Vulnerability
Darren Draper, Drape's Takes, January 29, 2014
Darren Draper critiques the recent "learning is vulnerability" argument offered by George Siemens and Audrey Watters, among others, but I think he mistakes what "vulnerability" means. Draper asks, "have we consigned ourselves to a world where learning must be networked, must require community, and must embrace the vulnerability of students? I hope not." He adds, "there are many times when learning (i.e., studying, practicing, being taught, and experiencing) takes place without an audience and with minimal communication strain on the part of the learner." Well, true. More...

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