13 septembre 2016

Marché du travail. 15 % des salariés français pourraient être remplacés par un robot

Une note de France Stratégie s'attache à évaluer l'impact de la robotisation sur le marché du travail en France. Elle contredit une étude américaine qui, raisonnant en termes d'emplois et non de compétences, évaluait à 50 % la part d'emplois en France, en Europe ou aux États-Unis.
Source : http://www.gref-bretagne.com/Actualites

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10 septembre 2016

From rote learning to robotics

A session at the 2016 OECD Forum entitled “Teaching & Learning with Robots” brought Nao, a humanoid robot, to meet with a class of young students from the Sections Internationales de Sèvres (SIS) school. Catherine Potter-Jadas, head of the primary school, noted the children’s reactions to the robot. More...

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07 septembre 2016

The Top 10 IT Issues for Colleges and Universities

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegEDUCAUSE has released “Top 10 IT Issues, 2016: Divest, Reinvest, and Differentiate,” which identifies the main information technology issues facing colleges and universities and describes what they are doing to address them. More...

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06 septembre 2016

L’ancrage bien réel de la réalité virtuelle

Logo Liaisons Sociales MagazinePar Xavier de la Vega. Rien de tel qu’une immersion en situation pour acquérir gestes et procédures. La mise au point de nouveaux masques rend la réalité virtuelle beaucoup plus accessible. Et ouvre la voie à de multiples applications. Voir l'article...

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05 septembre 2016

EDEN Research Workshop, October, 2016

http://www.tonybates.ca/wp-content/uploads/asssociates.jpgBy . The Ninth EDEN Research Workshop in Oldenburg, Germany, will bring together researchers from all walks of life and provide a platform for engaging in discussion and debate, exchanging research ideas, and presenting new developments in ODL, with the goal of creating dialogues and forming opportunities for research collaboration. More...

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Changes at D2L: A second-hand view from users conference

By . As I have described to several executives at D2L, there is an interesting gap between the progress we have seen with the company’s product improvements and the reaction we hear from many of their customers. More...

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College Scorecard: With victories like these, who needs failures?

By . Goldie Blumenstyk had a fascinating interview with the Depart of Education’s Ted Mitchell on Friday that is well worth reading and / or watching (they have video of the interview along with full transcript). One of Mitchell’s key points jumped off the page for me. More...

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Coursera: The pivot to corporate learning becomes clear

By . Last week I had a post in the Chronicle titled “MOOCs Are Dead. Long Live Online Higher Education.” triggered by the departure of Daphne Koller from her day-to-day role at Coursera. More...

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TechCrunch: “EdTech – 2017’s big, untapped and safe investor opportunity”

By . David Bainbridge, CEO of UK-based Knowledgemotion, wrote a post on Saturday in TechCrunch titled “Edtech is the next fintech” calling out the huge, untapped potential of EdTech. Thanks to Alan Levine for sharing this one. More...

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Instructurecon 2016: Why This Company is Still Formidable (and Misunderstood)

By . When I talk to Instructure competitors or critics, I usually hear two complaints about them:

  1. They “open wash” or are “fauxpen.”
  2. They have no vision. More...

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