06 décembre 2018

Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age

Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age
George Siemens hits the mark nicely with this essay describing connectivism, the Information Age's answer to consructivism, behaviorism and cognitism. Most of what he outlines in this essay is what I have been advocating in the area of learning networks, but what Siemens has done is to express the principles, not as an organization of learning, as I have, but as a learning theory proper. More...

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05 décembre 2018

« Nous voulons monter un campus à la fois digital et bienveillant »

Blog "HEDway" d'Olivier Rollot. Il y avait l’« expérience utilisateur » (UX) il y a maintenant l’« expérience étudiante » (SX pour « student experience ») que l’Edhec a traduit en « expérience éducative ». Plus...

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03 décembre 2018

Linking Thinking: Self-directed Learning in the Digital Age

Linking Thinking: Self-directed Learning in the Digital Age
This is a remarkable report, much more revolutionary than it may appear at first glance, and worthy of detailed consideration. The author argues, in essence, that the internet enables a great deal of self-directed or informal learning, that learning in this way is viable, that there is an increasing demand for it, that government and inbstitutions can do little to control it, but that it serves not only an economic role but also is a foundation for civil society. More...

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02 décembre 2018

New Digital Universities

By Alex Usher. Last week Tony Bates, arguably the doyen of Canadian digital education, posted an intriguing little article called Why Canada Needs Five New Digital Universities on his blog at the Contact North website. Basically, Bates’ argument is that the future of learning is hybridized learning – that is a mix of face-to-face and online learning – though we don’t yet know exactly how best to mix those two to achieve best results for different learners at different levels in different subjects. More...

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Why Canada needs five new digital learning universities

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . There are several reasons but the fundamental one is that no higher education system, including Canada’s, is moving fast enough to cope adequately with the challenges of a digital society. Universities and colleges in Canada are changing, but not fast enough. More...

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Indiana U builds community and empowers students with machine learning

eCampus NewsIn the past decade, higher education has experienced a major shift toward digital experiences. This change reflects the way in which the rising generation prefers to engage with each other and with their instructors—as well as how they desire to learn. It’s an evolution that is echoed at campuses across the nation. More...

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30 novembre 2018

Nuestro sexto sentido es el numérico

The ConversationSi hemos cerrado los ojos y queremos transportar nuestra mente a ese instante, hemos de viajar rápido y retroceder, al menos, unos 22.000 años. More...

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An Update from the Digital World

An Update from the Digital World
People on the business side of things will want to read this report from Morgan Stanley on the evolution of blogs and RSS from a financial perspective. Good, accurate assessment without the hype; I like how they used timelines to identify content niches. The report specifically recommends looking at sites like PumpAudio, which licenses music for advertising or televsion, for alternative business models. More...

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27 novembre 2018

Recrutement et professionalisation : les impacts de la transformation numérique dans la Gestion des ressources Humaines - Nice

carif espace-compétencesDans le cadre du salon "Les entreprenariales", La CA2EF organise un atelier : Recrutement et professionnalisation : les impacts de la transformation numérique dans la Gestion des Ressources Humaines, le Jeudi 29 Novembre 2018 de 14h00 à 15h00 .
Lieu : Salon Riviera (Niveau de l’accueil – Étage des conférences – P0)
Par le Groupe de Travail Sécurisation de Parcours de la Commission Apprentissage, Education, Emploi, Formation de l’UPE 06.
Du recrutement par la compétence aux nouvelles modalités pédagogiques de formation et à la mobilisation autonome du CPF, les impacts de la transformation numérique sont confortés par les nouveaux enjeux de la loi pour choisir son avenir professionnel. Les acteurs et opérateurs de l’emploi -formation sont conduits à innover et les entreprises à capitaliser de nouvelles pratiques dans la Gestion des Ressources humaines.

Consulter le programme complet des Entreprenariales et inscrivez-vous.

Découvrez le nouveau programme de professionnalisation 2018 du CARIF !

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25 novembre 2018

So You Think You Need a Chief Digital Officer?

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Back in 2000, many enterprises wondered whether they needed a head of e-commerce. Today, the question has become: Do you need a chief digital officer (CDO) to drive business in the digital age. More...

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