15 octobre 2019

Une nouvelle formation en région : assistant-e de régulation médicale

Logo EtoileLe centre de formation d’assistant-e de régulation médicale du groupement de coopération sanitaire des hôpitaux universitaires grand Ouest (HUGO), accueillera la première promotion de futurs diplômés d’assistant-e-s de régulation médicale. Soixante élèves seront accueillis au sein de trois centres de formation dont 20 stagiaires à Orléans. Plus...

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Une journée pour une formation en octobre dans vos agences Pôle emploi

Logo EtoileLe rendez-vous emploi-formation en région Centre-Val de Loire du 14 au 18 octobre 2019. Plus...

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De Parcoursup à ParcourPlus pour les candidats en reprise d’études

Logo ANFHLors de la conférence de presse de rentrée du 20 septembre 2019, Frédérique Vidal, ministre de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation, a présenté un bilan de la 2ème année de Parcoursup ainsi que les grandes orientations de l'année 2019-2020 en faveur de la réussite étudiante et de la transformation du système d'enseignement supérieur.
En 2019, 14 742 formations, soit 1 534 formations supplémentaires, ont intégré la plateforme Parcoursup, et en particulier les instituts de formation en soins infirmiers (IFSI) et les établissements de formations du travail social (EFTS).
En 2020, la plateforme Parcoursup sera ouverte à de nouvelles formations, notamment aux formations en apprentissage, et une offre spécifique d'information, d'accompagnement et de formation sera mise en place à destination des candidats en reprise d'études. Plus...

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Pelican Crossing Releases Blink 3D 1.1

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Pelican Crossing Releases Blink 3D 1.1
I'm not sure what to make of this - maybe that the difference between 1.0 and 1.1 is better publicity. Still, despite the lack of an open source version, the concept is too nice not to pass along: an application that is (according to the press release) "a complete system for creating interactive, animated and chat enabled multi-user 3D Web environments easily and without the need for programming skills." The White Paper, White Paper: The Metaverse 2.0, is certainly worth a read. The video is less impressive (you've seen one 3D scene, you've seen them all). More...

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DSpace ArchReview

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. DSpace ArchReview
The DSpace review is out and probably most deserves props for process. Not only is the report available online in three formats (.doc, .pdf and .ppt) the entire process was captured in a wiki displaying the process and issues, community review group membership, surveys, pre-readings, brainstorming, and five full days of discussion notes. Though I have been critical of customer-driven design in the past (which results in bloatware), this process makes me think it can work. Maybe. Anyhow, the outcome of the review is to call for basic improvements, such as making the software more modular and enabling it to scale to 100 downloading users at a time (made me think of my own problems, heh). More...

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Creating Second Life Content

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Creating Second Life Content
The idea is good, and the web page links to tutorials on how to build a chair in Second Life, how to build a create a teleport link in Second Life (so ironic - in the old days of MUDs, teleport links were called 'portals' ("step through he portal to get to fantasy island"), which is where the idea and name of web-based 'portals' came from - now back in the multi-user environment they're called 'teleport links' again - with no sign of a name change in sight. Anyhow, the author should have used Flash video (or YouTube) instead of unreliable .mov videos. More...

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Flickr Contacts

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Flickr Contacts
Hey Flickr, if my account is so disabled you won't even allow me access to it any more (not until I get some gawd-awful username from Yahoo and sign up for their email spam service) why am I still getting email from the account when, say, people create new connections (p.s. hiya Stephen Grobe, nice to meet you, I can't sign on to verify)? P.S. in case you haven't noticed, I am still very upset with Flickr for simply deciding what identity I'm going to have - here's a better idea, Flickr - support OpenID and quit trying to pull me into the Yahoo Walled Garden. Same goes for Google and Blogger, in case you haven't been reading my complaints about that debacle. Come on guys, get with the program. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 08:45 - - Permalien [#]

Disintegrated Thoughts On Content Integration and Remix

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Disintegrated Thoughts On Content Integration and Remix
Brian Lamb, who will be keynoting at this year's this year's Open Education Conference in Utah, ponders the back and forth of whether web deveopers will ever agree on standards. There's the depressing news from the commercial side, as we hear that Blackboard will never support anything like a proper export function, and depressing news from the open source side, as developers hesitate to support proprietary sites like Flickr and YouTube. "I'm dismayed by this stance," he writes, wondering what the online learning video awards would have looked like had clips from YouTube been banned. Well maybe - but let's wait a few years and see how it feels when it transpires that nobody will ever be able to access the actual videos except Google. More...

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Apples and Pears

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Apples and Pears
Interesting - maybe eLearning Guild is changing its orientation a bit. I'm speaking at their conference in Boston next week (and sneaking a side-trip to MIT while I'm there, where I plan to lurk in the hallways like a troll). But even more significantly, I learn that they're now including open source software Moodle in their LMS awards - and the little PHP program that could is sweeping them up. Now author Clive Shepherd says the comparison is not warranted because Moodle is a VLE, not an LMS. I don't agree - nothing would prevent you from using Moodle as an LMS, but most of its operators don't want that level of control. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 08:43 - - Permalien [#]

Student Self Directed Learning

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Student Self Directed Learning
Another new (to me) blog, and this looks like a good one. I'd add it to my edublogger list but I'm just in a transition - more on that tomorrow, I hope. Anyhow, I'll flag this here and hope I don't lose the reference. More...

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