01 juillet 2019

Freedback - a Way to Blog Product Feedback

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Steve Lee[Edit][Delete]: Freedback - a Way to Blog Product Feedback, Steve Lee : Weblog [Edit][Delete] July 3, 2006
This is a neat idea. Simply, include the phrase 'freedbacking product' in your post, where 'product' is the name of the product you want to review. Aggregators can then collect the resulting posts. Of course, right away we see people will use the term 'freedback' instead of 'freedbacking', which is no major problem. No, the major problem, of course, is 'freedback spam' (that's my contribution to the net lexicon for today). Or fake freedback ('phreedback' - ok, that's another lexicon item). But freedbacks from a social network or selected list of feeds (as in Edu_RSS) would be pretty handy and spam-free. Also: why restrict your freedback to products. More...

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LMS Governance Final Report

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Lisa Wise and James Quealy[Edit][Delete]: LMS Governance Final Report, Wise Word Press [Edit][Delete] July 3, 2006
Interesting and well-informed report considering what existing LMS governance models tell us and how this can be contrasted to alternative models described by e-learning 2.0. The difference may be seen in the differing use of language, which "represents a fundamental conceptual difference between (a) Elearning 2.0 practice around dynamic, interactive, adaptive, networked, online learning environments as infrastructure and (b) traditional elearning practice around static multimedia resources as content to be delivered online via an LMS, CMS or portal." These two models characterize differing epistemic models of organization, where the LMS characterizes "ordered ontology and rule-based epistemology", in contrast to "unordered ontology and heuristic-based epistemology". More...

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Open University Courseware Trend Comes to SA

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Laura Grant[Edit][Delete]: Open University Courseware Trend Comes to SA, tectonic [Edit][Delete] July 3, 2006
More good news on the open content front. "The University of the Western Cape (UWC) has made a policy decision to make its course material freely available over the Internet. This is believed to be a first for an African university. Material that will be made available includes courses, syllabuses, lecture notes and exam papers. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 14:33 - - Permalien [#]

Certif’pro : campagne d’habilitation pour Cléa numérique et Cléa

Emfor Brougogne-Franche-ComtéCertif’pro, responsable de l’habilitation des certificats Cléa numérique et Cléa, lance officiellement la première campagne d’habilitation pour Cléa numérique. Concernant le certificat Cléa, une campagne d’habilitation à destination des organismes évaluateurs est également mise en ligne. Date limite de dépôt des dossiers : 18 juin 2019. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 14:32 - - Permalien [#]

Le Rendez-vous de la Formation Professionnelle

La DIECCTE, la Collectivité Territoriale de Martinique, l'AGEFMA, les OPCO et les partenaires de la Formation Professionnelle convient les organismes de formation à participer au séminaire. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 11:24 - - Permalien [#]

Une clef de retour vers l’emploi

Il faut parfois savoir dépasser les sigles. Le CPRDFOP, mis en place par le Conseil départemental et présenté par le groupement d’intérêt public CARIF-OREF en partenariat avec le cabinet Amnyos a reçu un avis favorable du comité régional de l’emploi, de la formation et de l’orientation professionnelle (CREFOP) lors de son comité plénier le 21 juin 2019 à la Cité des métiers. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 10:58 - - Permalien [#]

Programmation de la Cité des métiers du mois de juin 2019

Guadeloupe FormationProgrammation de la Cité des métiers du mois de juin 2019.
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Posté par pcassuto à 10:51 - - Permalien [#]

Progressive Discourse

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Konrad Glogowski[Edit][Delete]: Progressive Discourse, Blog of Proximal Development [Edit][Delete] June 30, 2006
A compelling account of how blogging in a classroom setting took students beyond mere learning. "That's when I realized that this class community was truly engaged, that its members were interested in pursuing knowledge as researchers who are passionately involved and not as students who need to absorb the content. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 09:12 - - Permalien [#]

Scholarship in a Read/Write World

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Barbara Fister[Edit][Delete]: Scholarship in a Read/Write World, ACRLog [Edit][Delete] June 30, 2006
Discussion of the idea that the wisdom of crowds could be used to evaluate academic work, including discussion of (and a link to) a commentary in Nature. I find it interesting to note that while there's a lot of commentary in the responses to the Nature article about "the mob's" lack of credentials, the writers have no hesitation to comment on a phenomenon they have obviously not investigated. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 09:11 - - Permalien [#]

Newsgator Posts Roadmap For the Future of RSS

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Marshall Kirkpatrick[Edit][Delete]: Newsgator Posts Roadmap For the Future of RSS, Techcrunch [Edit][Delete] June 30, 2006
A look at what the future of RSS may hold, as related by the people behind Newsgator. Me, I think personalized feeds, social network generated feeds, and context-specific feeds will add a whole new dimension to online content. More...

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