Archivos diarios: 17/10/11

Asombrosa conversación entre dos programas informáticos

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El concepto de Inteligencia Artificial en la ciencia-ficción trata acerca de la posibilidad de que se puedan programar ordenadores capaces de emular los procesos y capacidades de la inteligencia humana o de que, debido a su cada vez mayor…
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Blog de Amalio A. Rey · Ante todo, ciudadanos (post-264)

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Reflexiones sobre innovación y la vida en clave 2.0…
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elearnspace › The race to platform education @gsiemens

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  Across the full spectrum of education – primary, secondary, and higher – we are witnessing a race to develop platforms for content, learning, teaching, and evaluation. As liberating as the web is, tremendous centralization of control is occurring in numerous spaces: Google in search/advertising/Android, Amazon in books/cloud computing, Facebook in social networks, etc. I use a smaller range of tools today than I did five years ago. And the reason is simple: companies are in a landrush to create platforms that will tie together previously disconnected activities and tools. Numerous companies are eager to platform the educational sector, with Pearson being the lead runner to date. More on that in a bit.
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Web 2.0 Summit 2010: Mary Meeker, “Internet Trends”

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Mary Meeker (Morgan Stanley), “Internet Trends”…
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Coordinación TIC 2.0: Aspectos a tener en cuenta a la hora de crear una red social educativa

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“How to Get Better Grades in School and Discover the Secret of Smart Students” According to Terry Small – Ridgeview News

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First release of the LOD2 Stack | LOD2

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Educational Technology Guy: 10 Things Students use technology for in my class

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Evaluate me!

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Over the past several months, there have been a number of posts and articles about evaluating teachers in K-12 education.  And in just the last few days, the media in British Columbia has been floating the idea of yearly teacher evaluations.  Whether…
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10 Words You Might Think Came from Science (But Are Really From Science Fiction

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Last week it came to our attention that the phrase “blast off” was coined—not in a purely scientific context, but a science fictional one—by E.
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