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Sergio Leal

Learn making videos - 4 views

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    An excelent tool to engage students in class.
Sergio Leal

Interactive PowerPoint - 2 views

shared by Sergio Leal on 12 Dec 14 - No Cached
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    OfficeMix add-in is excelent and turns PowerPoint interactive.
Sergio Leal

An excelent tool to takes notes and sincronize with videos - 2 views

shared by Sergio Leal on 12 Dec 14 - No Cached
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    Excelent and useful tool.
Sergio Leal

Tools for creating animated videos - 4 views

shared by Sergio Leal on 12 Dec 14 - No Cached
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    Easy to create animated, creative and interactive videos for classes.
Sergio Leal

Tool for movie creation - 2 views

shared by Sergio Leal on 12 Dec 14 - No Cached
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    Allows mobile and is easy to create creative videos.
villamater

IEEEOA - 0 views

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    Open access publishing
GahBreeElla

Implications of digital identity amongst cultural, gender, and racial identity - 2 views

http://dhpoco.org/blog/2013/05/10/open-thread-the-digital-humanities-as-a-historical-refuge-from-raceclassgendersexualitydisability/

knowledge publishing open access

started by GahBreeElla on 08 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
Olivia Azar

DRM on books - 0 views

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    5 reasons to eliminate DRM on books. This favors open knowledge.
Olivia Azar

Digital ID + its' importance - 1 views

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    A really complete must read on Digital ID
Fernando Carraro

http://leebre.org/ - 3 views

Se ven interesantes esos libros, gracias por compartir el enlace.

open access knowledge open MOOC publishing Module11

w_kwai

Europe's next privacy war is with websites silently tracking users - 2 views

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    The pan-European data regulator group Article 29 has issued new opinion on how websites and advertisers can track users and the permissions they require. The new opinion dictates that "device fingerprinting" - a process of silently collecting information about a user - requires the same level of consent as cookies that are used to track users across the internet.
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    It is impossible to ban all tracking, just like if I am using Chrome, it is normal for me to think that I am tracked by Google. If I am using Safari, then it is normal for me to think I am tracked by Safari. I believe that there is not anything wrong with people collecting my "non-identifying material", since it is only data. But if it is more like personal information, it should be banned. Also, there are a lot of sites when we ban cookies, the photos or some content will not appear. So no cookies means no content. In the end would not there be no effect on how people uses the websites? If we do not accept it, we could not use the site, the only difference is we are informed about it, and we should assume every site or software once it is connected to the internet, it implies some kind of tracking.
siyuwang

Clearing Up the Copyright Confusion: Fair Dealing and Bill C-32 - Michael Geist - 1 views

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    Description: "Fair dealing has played a prominent role in the hearings on Bill C-32, with education and creator groups debating the merits and impact of the proposed reforms.  Unfortunately, much of the discussion has confused rather than clarified the issue with misleading claims about potential losses, inaccurate comments on copyright and Internet materials, and dubious arguments about the compliance of the reforms under international copyright law."
w_kwai

In Twist, Publishers Appeal Their 'Win' in GSU Copyright Case - 0 views

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    In a surprise move, the publisher plaintiffs in the closely-watched Georgia State University copyright case have asked for a full (en banc) hearing by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, despite the fact that a three-judge panel handed them a victory last month when it unanimously reversed a 2012 district court verdict against them.
talenwu

What Does Your Brain Like Better: Paper or Ebooks? - 6 views

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    This is an interesting post. Thank you for your sharing. As mentioned in this post, new research shows that electronic readers promoted more deep reading and less active learning. However, from my own experience, I feel like electronic reading leads to less deep reading but more active leaning. For me, I will never choose to read electronically if I have the physical version of the book because reading from digital devices, such as e-readers, tablets and smartphones, make me feel it's not like reading, it's more like looking through some online content or some one else blog posts. When read electronic books, it easy for me to skip around, and lose focus, attention or patience. I always need to read a second time for fully understanding a paragraph, when I read electronically. Also, with out the convenient of highlighting and making notes, reading electronic books prevent me from better understanding the content and thinking deeply. However, reading electronically, especially reading online might promote active learning because in some online reading website or softwares, there's interactive section on the side where readers of the book or article post their own opinions or form a discussion. This promote people to read, think and learn actively and collaboratively.
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    For the topic of whether you like physical book or ebooks, we have discussed a lot during our class discussion. And the result is, all people prefer physical book other than ebook, the main reason that people said for their choices is the same one, the reading speed could be much faster when they are reading with ebook because they are scanning the texts in the device, however, by this way, they don't remember much about what they just read and have to read again and again in order to understand what the content is talking about. Reading with physical book make them feel more comfortable that they can take some notes in the margin of the book and they all like the texture of physical book.
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    "electronic readers promoted more deep reading and less active learning"
    Some of my observations.
    I believe the future is for electronic reading only.
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    For me, maybe I am old school, it depends on the mood. I am wired towards both the print and electronic books. I cannot wait to have a printed book in my hand this Christmas holiday. The smell of the new selection of books and the paging through is a wonderful experience.
selviwati

Behind the MOOC - 2 views

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    This video is the project that I made with my partner. We tried to explore the business and sustainable model of MOOC. Hope it will be useful! And yes you can reuse and remix it.
selviwati

The Economics of Open | BCcampus - 1 views

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    Good article to start studying and understanding the economic behind open education. This article started by focusing at things like open source software economic models, the business share, and how high technology society and the Internet access affect supply and demand of open education.
selviwati

The Crisis in Higher Education | MIT Technology Review - 1 views

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    A hundred years ago, higher education seemed on the verge of a technological revolution. The spread of a powerful new communication network-the modern postal system-had made it possible for universities to distribute their lessons beyond the bounds of their campuses. Anyone with a mailbox could enroll in a class.
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    This article provides a clear overview of the evolution of higher education along with the rapid development of technology during the past 100 year, and raises the issue whether today's networked education model has posted threat to higher education. Today's the rapid development of Internet and social networks have changed the way we learn, access information and connect with others. The emergence and popularity of MOOCs and various social media have brought a new learning model, connected learning, which is largely used in university and college courses. It expands learners' opportunities of learning, and brings them huge convenience to access information, share thoughts, and communicated with learners from world wide on the same topic. Learning in the current information age subverted the way we learn in traditional learning models, and sometimes caused problems. But I think it's normal for a new thing to cause problems, but as long as we figure out ways to overcome the problems and best utilize the new learning model and resource, it will bring us huge opportunities.
siyuwang

What's New in Digital and Social Media Research: The realities of citizen jou... - 1 views

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    Description: "How 'bridging elites' help on Twitter, perceptions of news by a skeptical public, and Wikipedia pages as newsmaking destinations: all that and more in this month's roundup of the academic literature."
adesimine

Why Is the RIAA Going After In Rainbows Downloaders? - 0 views

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    An interesting stipulation related to Radiohead's In Rainbows release that marked a change in the way many viewed music publishing
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