16 janvier 2020

Collaboration technology is an endlessly flexible way to transform learning

eCampus NewsTeachers have always competed for their students’ attention, but that competition is now fiercer than ever. Children as young as kindergarten are able to use mobile devices, so naturally their expectations are going to be incredibly high when it comes to the technology integrated into classrooms. More...

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More collaboration could help close the skills gap

eCampus NewsA report examines the troubling issues contributing to the persistent skills gap employers face as they seek out highly-skilled graduates. More...

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15 janvier 2020

Collaboration in hard times in higher education

Techno-News BlogAt its best, collaboration in higher education can inspire teachers, students, researchers and administrators with a common vision of educational excellence and the sense of purpose needed to help achieve it. More...

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Commonwealth unis should collaborate – ACU

By Viggo Stacey. The Association of Commonwealth Universities has urged universities across the Commonwealth to collaborate to find solutions to international crises such as climate change, plastic pollution and sustainable development. More...

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11 décembre 2019

Canada and Kenya collaborate on applied research

By Claudia Civinini. Kenya and Canada will collaborate on improving skills and employability prospects for Kenya’s youth thanks to a new initiative that will see Colleges and Institutes Canada work with two Kenyan organisations to fund research at Kenyan Technical and Vocational Education Training Institutions. More...

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13 novembre 2019


By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Duluth

I'm home from Duluth after a nice four days at the foot of Lake Superior and as usual have a set of photos to share. Stephen Downes, Flickr July 13, 2007 [Link] [Tags: ]. More...

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23 septembre 2019

Finland’s competitive edge: collaboration

Screenshot-2018-5-3 EAIEFinland is extremely keen on ice hockey, and every spring a lot of public and media attention is paid to the World Championships. One of the biggest talking points is always how many Finnish players from the National Hockey League (NHL) in North America will join the national team for the tournament. The NHL attracts the best players globally, and for the countries competing in the World Championships, getting as many of them as possible to come home to play for their country of origin is considered the recipe for success. More...

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20 septembre 2019

The Growing Complexities of International Collaboration

Did anyone really anticipate just how complicated internationalization in higher education was going to be? The idealists among us hoped for that the flow of talent around the globe would lead to multinational collaborations to speed up innovation and the development new knowledge that would address the world’s most pressing problems and ultimately improve quality of life everywhere. More...

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01 juillet 2019

Social Bookmarking: Pushing Collaboration to the Edge

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Joachim Niemeier[Edit][Delete]: Social Bookmarking: Pushing Collaboration to the Edge, 7 Days and More [Edit][Delete] June 26, 2006
Social bookmarking, social networks - the discussion continues. Social bookmarking fosters collaboration in resource discovery. Also, harnessing collective innovation with web 2.0. Also, five sites you need to know in social networking. Miguel Guhlin links to the Wikipedia list of social networking sites. "MySpace shows 86 million users, Facebook shows 7 million, Bebo shows 22 million, and Flickr shows 2.5 million." You may also want to look at a blog from PARC called PlayOn, which looks at the social dimension of virtual worlds. FutureLab (via Scott Leslie) offers a longish look at the topic. Well written and clear, it defines social software (via Stowe Boyd and Clay Shirkey), looks at audio-visual and other implementations, and then asks, does learning change in an information society (hint: yes). More...

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23 juin 2019

La Réunion: première exposition temporaire Outre-mer du musée du Louvre

Associations des Régions de France, toute l'actualité des régions.Signature d'une collaboration entre le Musée du Louvre et la Région Réunion : une première à La Réunion et unique en Outre-mer. Plus...

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