With so many articles about Higher Ed IT across the web, it can be easy to miss something important. Here we have collected articles from some of the best Higher Ed IT blogs for you in one aggregate feed. We are constantly updating this list from some of our favorite sources.
Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. This week in the wrap … I don't know how I've missed the term “Digital Fluency” until now, but I am really glad to have come across Jennifer Sparrow's piece in EDUCAUSE – Digital Fluency is what I've really meant when I refer to Digital
Check out @saveDHFC’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/saveDHFC/status/975092666701578240?s=09
Ben Williamson What is datafication? And how does it affect education? These questions were put to me ahead of conference discussion panel recently. While writing a few notes, it quickly became apparent I needed some categories to sort out my thinking. In simple terms, datafication can be said to refer to ways of seeing, understanding and engaging with the world through digital data. This definition draws attention to how data makes
Email is critical to our business practices. So much so that the French had to write into law that you don’t have to check your work email when you go home. Over the last twenty years, it has replaced countless old technologies. From the office memo to the phone call, we use email for mass and interpersonal communication. More recently, transactional email has become the ultimate nudge. Daily reminders and
Yesterday I participated in a webinar panel hosted by EDUCAUSE. The subject was the future of education and technology. It was originally supposed to be about the 2018 Horizon Report, but, well, my readers know that story. The audience was a mix of people working in education and technology. I think there were CIOs, IT leaders, instructional designers, and so on. That’s who I had in mind when I prepared
Have you ever noticed that Facebook’s ads seem suspiciously similar to whatever you last looked at on Amazon? Or Googled? Many people are aware that Facebook gathers data from other websites that you visit so they can target your ads to your unique tastes. But some people have noticed that Facebook seems a little too attuned to what’s going on in the rest of their daily lives. For instance, have
A while back, we released a playlist of animated explainer videos that could be used to introduce faculty to personalized learning, which we argue is a family of pedagogical approaches rather than a set of technologies:1 We now have a new set of six explainer videos that represent a short introductory course to the concepts behind adaptive learning and learning analytics, which are tools that are useful for personalized
This is the uncut recording of Wednesday’s webinar:
Digital Bodies Collaborative Augmented Reality from Blue Vision Labs If VR has its challenges as a social platform, the idea of collaborative Augmented Reality seems even more elusive. Both Apple’s ARKit and Google’s ARCore have been firmly rooted in ... Read moreCollaborative Augmented Reality from Blue Vision Labs The post Collaborative Augmented Reality from Blue Vision Labs appeared first on Digital Bodies.
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