Archivos diarios: 2/09/11

The evolution of the web

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Best Free Online Applications and Services

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The best freeware reviews presented to you by Gizmo’s team of experts. Gizmo’s Freeware is the most respected source of advice on the web for choosing the best free software.
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Six Questions for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation in Distance Education

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Entrepreneurial individuals and continuous innovation are vital components of successful organizations. Therefore, the public and private sectors must develop the entrepreneurial characteristics and actions of individuals with a focus on innovation. Institutions of higher education have an especially important role in the development of entrepreneurial individuals because innovation is and will become an even more essential component of success to employers, employees and business founders in the emerging entrepreneurial economy.
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Hyperconnected Education | the human network

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I: Connect / DisconnectRecently, I had the opportunity to teach a lecture at the University of Sydney.
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George Siemens – Connectivism: Socializing Open Learning

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Stephen Downes – The Role of Open Educational Resources in Personal Learning

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It Will Change Education-Thought’s on Siemens’ SA Presentation

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George Siemens was nice enough to share a presentation he gave in South Africa yesterday, and while it’s always better to hear the context that any speaker brings to the ideas…
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The narrowness of thought in higher education reform-G Siemens

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When I first started my phd, I wanted to research the future of higher education – what is changing in the world that will impact education. I spent a fair bit of looking at university models around the world, change pressures they were facing, and the (potentially significant) peripheral trends that had the potential to drive systemic change. It’s a rich area of inquiry and one that I somewhat regret shifting away from.
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How do we become better leaders in the cybersphere?

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Some of my answers to this question would be – just to kick start the discussion! – Authentic, raw, real, inspiring, releasing others to share and dream, willing to be invisible and let others shine, refusing to get distracted by technology in selfish ways, having integrity in the amount of money we spend on technology
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Students First; Even the Tough Ones | Connectivism for Educators

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But its important to start doing so, so others can realize that educational transformation is needed at all levels, including alternative schools which tend to house our toughest students.
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