13 octobre 2018

Déplacement de Frédérique Vidal au 6ème forum des I.R.T à Toulouse

Screenshot-2018-4-21 Journal de mise en ligne - ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv frFrédérique Vidal, ministre de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation s'est rendue le jeudi 11 octobre à la 6ème édition du forum annuel des Instituts de Recherche Technologique  à Toulouse. Elle a ensuite visité le Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes (Laas-C.N.R.S.). Plus...

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09 octobre 2018

The Promise of Online Simulations

The Promise of Online Simulations
Good overview of the role simulations can play in learning, including an account of what topics are best taught using simulations - areas where judgement skills, not facts, need to be emphasized. More...

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SCORM and the Art of Specification Maintenance

SCORM and the Art of Specification Maintenance
"SCORM 1.3 is dead, long live SCORM 2004!" Thus begins CETIS's authoritative coverage of the new release, along with this interesting remark: "the first public indications of ADL's desire to hand the present SCORM 'to the community' have surfaced in last week's co-located CEN/ISSS and IEEE LTSC meeting." What's also interesting is that SCORM 2004 isn't really a new version, and that there is a widespread desire (and committment on the part of ADL) to stop making changes to it. More...

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Yaaar! The music pirates' manifesto.

Yaaar! The music pirates' manifesto.
It probably won't be long before such writing is out-and-out illegal, since it argues that the consumer's best response to digital rights technologies that strip users of their rights is to "share safely and wisely. More...

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Learning Support Centers in Higher Education

Learning Support Centers in Higher Education
Thanks, Frank, for sending me this email describing this site as "the only web site that focuses exclusively on learning support centers in higher education." The portal style website offers links and references to realted resources along with short reference pages. More...

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Correction: PubSub Offers a Neat Twist on Eating RSS Feeds

Correction: PubSub Offers a Neat Twist on Eating RSS Feeds
Yesterday's lead item contained just about every mistake that can happen in a single post, so here it is again today with the right attribution and the right link, with apologies to Alan. More...

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Is Ad-Supported RSS the Next Big Thing?

Is Ad-Supported RSS the Next Big Thing?
Some discussion of the concept and outline of a company, RSSAds, that is trying to bring commercial content into RSS feeds. It's a tricky model: viewership of RSS feeds is based on a subscription to the feed, and people are not so likely to subscribe to an RSS feed full of advertising. More...

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Study: Broadband 'Killer App' Found

Study: Broadband 'Killer App' Found
PwC has this one right - whomever can create an application that gives people an easy way to work with video will have the next 'killer app'. Well, one of them anyway. More...

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Learning Technology

Learning Technology
The January issue of this newsletter is out. Lots of good stuff on learning objects, learning portals, community, learning teams and games. More...

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New Practices in Flexible Learning: Framework for Rights Enabled Learning Object Exchange Trial

New Practices in Flexible Learning: Framework for Rights Enabled Learning Object Exchange Trial
A significant set of resources looking at digital rights management (DRM) in the Australian context. "The rights-enabled Learning Object Exchange (LOX) has been specifically designed to demonstrate possible technical, legal and business issues concerning the exchange of learning objects within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector." Worth noting especially is the Project Report, a detailed examination of DRM issues and proposed solutions. More...

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