30 décembre 2018

MESRI - Plateforme Open data E.S.R.

Screenshot-2018-4-21 Journal de mise en ligne - ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv fr

data.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr est un espace de consultation permettant :

  • de naviguer dans les jeux de données (au moyen de filtres ou de cartes)
  • d'accéder aux éléments de documentation associés
  • d'extraire sous différents formats tout ou partie des jeux de données explorés
  •  d'accéder dynamiquement aux données via un programme intégré à des applications tierces (API)

Accéder à la plateforme de mise à disposition de données du ministère sous licence ouverte. Plus...

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MESRI - Open Data Enseignement supérieur et Recherche

Screenshot-2018-4-21 Journal de mise en ligne - ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv fr

292 candidatures ont été déposées pour Le prix PEPS  2016. Cette cartographie dynamique permet d'accéder à une présentation résumée des candidatures dont les porteurs ont accepté la diffusion...

Cartographie des initiatives PEPS 2016. Plus...

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23 décembre 2018

MOOCBOOK 2.0 has been launched!

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsOpen and Online education are recognized as underlying principles behind MOOCs. The range of possibilities and high success expectations have motivated Universities to explore this form of provision. However, Europe is yet to respond to these emerging trends. More...

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21 décembre 2018

2018 review: open universities and open education

By . 2018 was not a good year for open and/or distance teaching universities, at least in several of the more economically advanced countries. The expansion of conventional universities into online learning, and government funding policies, have resulted in student enrolment in open or distance teaching universities falling dramatically or at least stagnating while online enrolments in the rest of the system grow rapidly. More...

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18 décembre 2018

Home The Open University is in trouble. Can it be saved from closure?

University Business Magazine logo It was a regular flight from London to Moscow. Except in the mid-1970s, pilots still often walked down the aisle and greeted passengers. More...

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14 décembre 2018

Rising popularity of online university courses opens door to Harvard, Yale, MIT

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Schools have been offering them for years, but a recent surge in popularity of online university classes means even the most prestigious institutions are more accessible. These online courses are often referred to as MOOCs — Massive Open Online Courses — through an educational platform like Coursera. More...

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13 décembre 2018

Mobile and Open: A Manifesto

Mobile and Open: A Manifesto
One of the differences between mobile computing and the desktop kind is that mobile hardware is generally contained in a sealed package - you don't open up your mobile phone and reinstall the operating system, for example. More...

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Open Content and Access for Digital Scholarship

Open Content and Access for Digital Scholarship
Not sure how long this has been available, but it just passed before my eyes on a mailing list and was well worth the look (and somewhat lengthy download). This long, detailed and image-rich powerpoint presentation is mostly a discussion of the Open Archives Initiative (though other services, such as Cite-Seer, are also mentioned). More...

Posté par pcassuto à 12:13 - - Permalien [#]

Unravelling -> a model for an open course?

Unravelling -> a model for an open course?
Dave Cormier, Dave's Educational Blog, December 30, 2013

I like that Dave Cormier is trying an open course using a slightly different model. He's basing it on the P2PU platform, including the unhangout platform for live sessions. More...

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US Department of State Unveils Open Book Project

US Department of State Unveils Open Book Project
Cable Green, Creative Commons, January 29, 2013

The United States government yesterday announced "the Open Book Project (remarks, fact sheet, press notice), an initiative to expand access to free, high-quality educational materials in Arabic." While no doubt this initiative has a political purpose, it doesn't follow that it merits criticism on that basis. The proof will be in the content of the material, and whether it serves the more generic objective of advancing eduation for Arab-speaking people. More...

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