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Teaching in one-minute “snippets”?

Image via Wikipedia So, some days ago I posted a few tweets on a little negative gem, just published by Campus Technology. It’s an article titled “Teaching in one-minute snippets” to which I replied:  “Micro-lecture 2/2: Teaching in 1-minute snippets … Continue reading

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Myths of Teaching & Learning 3

Myths of Teaching & Learning 3 Sitting Through Lectures A recent article on The New York Times of Nov. 5, 2010 (Live vs. Distance Learning: Measuring the Differences by Trip Gabriel), prompts me to write a new, urgent post on … Continue reading

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George Siemens en Puerto Rico

¡George Siemens en Puerto Rico! Educational Transformation: Openness and Learning Analytics Invita: Programa Graduado en Sistemas de Instrucción y Tecnología Educativa Universidad del Sagrado Corazón 15 oct 2010 ~ 8am – 12:30pm Sala de Facultad, USC Entrada Gratis: Reserva con … Continue reading

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TEDxNYED, the Videos and the Discussion

TEDxNYED: Independently organized TED event Examining the role of new media and technology in shaping the future of education Andy Carvin Michael Wesch Henry Jenkins Lawrence Lessig Jeff Jarvis George Siemens Those were some of my heroes lined up at … Continue reading

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Lecture Capture? OMG.

I am intrigued by this relatively new hype surrounding the Lecture Capture technology in education. I started digging, and I found a couple of producers of nice systems which do the job quite well. The job of recording a lecture, … Continue reading

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