Can Virtual Reality Capture The Experience Of Being In A Museum?

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Connecting Students From Around The World With Virtual Exchanges

David Brodosi In a time when headlines are dominated by stories of how tech is stoking division, I find myself looking instances of how the internet can bring humanity closer together. I was at the Aspen Ideas Festival conference over the Summer and ran into a program that was refreshingly positive. The Stevens Initiative is a modern upgrade of student exchange programs, using the web to bridge students from across the world.
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Engaging Faculty with New Tech — Campus Technology

David Brodosi classroom How can college and universities encourage faculty to use new technologies in their teaching? We talked with Julin Sharp, assistant vice president for information technology at Marist College, about her institution’s efforts to engage faculty with innovative tools and pedagogies.

Among Sharp’s responsibilities is leading Marist’s Digital Education group, a centralized team that works with faculty across the college to support technology-enabled teaching and learning. The department’s stated mission is as follows:

“Digital Education is committed to leading the promotion, infusion, and support of technology-facilitated pedagogical innovation. This innovation is designed to aid faculty in enriching student learning experiences as a means to develop the intellect, character, and skills required for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in the global community of the 21st century.
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Survey: More than Half of Faculty Believe Classroom Tech Increases Student Engagement — Campus Technology

David Brodosi classroom In a recent survey, 54 percent of faculty respondents said they believe adding more technology to their classroom would definitely increase student engagement. And another 35 percent felt adding more tech could possibly do so. The survey, conducted by Censuswide on behalf of learning management company D2L, polled 500 university professors across the United States on their use of technology, students’ expectations, institutional support for tech and more.

Overall, 92 percent of faculty said their adoption of technology was on par with or ahead of the curve compared to other educators at similar institutions. Male respondents were significantly more confident in their technology use than females, with 49 percent of men considering themselves ahead of the curve compared with 39 percent of women. Yet when asked about six specific uses of technology for teaching, women reported more technology use than men in nearly every category: communicating with
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What makes an engaging learning experience? | eSchool News

David Brodosi higher education A new report breaks down the components needed to boost student engagement and create a more engaging learning experience

An engaging learning experience in which students are fully immersed in the content is driven by six variables, according to new research.

The State of Engagement 2019 report, from edtech SaaS provider GoGuardian, features insight from hundreds of students, teachers, school leaders, and IT administrators to identify the specific factors contibuting to an engaging learning experience.

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Research has demonstrated that an engaging learning experience increases students’ attention and focus and motivates them to practice higher-level critical thinking skills. Additionally, engaged students typically have lower rates of delinquency, substance use, and depression.
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Google launches tool to combat plagiarism — Observatory of Educational Innovation

David BrodosiGoogle for Education announced the launch of a new tool to promote students’ originality on homework and projects — which looks more like an anti-plagiarism initiative.

The tool, called “Originality Reports,” a new feature included in Google Classroom’s Assignments platform, aims to make grading and feedback processes more efficient for teachers and promote best practices in students when referencing the work of others.

A tool against plagiarism

Google knows that teachers use their search engine to uncover cheating. This common practice involves copying and pasting phrases from students’ homework, and the results reveal possible dishonesty situations. This new tool automates this procedure by comparing students’ writings with databases of billions of web pages and millions of books.
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IQ tests and their validity in the 21st-century — Observatory of Educational Innovation

David BrodosiWe live in a culture that sees intelligence as part of a person’s value. Smart people get into the best schools, obtain the best jobs, receive the highest salaries, are the leaders, the examples everyone else should follow. If you are the smartest person of a designated group, it is normal that people follow you and that a lot of doors open for you, figuratively. Being smart is a crucial component of success, but… do we measure it correctly?

IQ tests are a fundamental tool to measure student intellectual capacity. We consider them mathematically and scientifically precise, but are they really that? Or are we purposely blinding ourselves to the cultural contexts that power the biases behind the very concept of the intelligence quotient and the tests we use to measure it?
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Associations Offer 6 Principles for Leveraging Analytics in Higher Ed — Campus Technology

Analytics can save higher education, according to a bold new statement from the Association for Institutional Research, Educause and the National Association of College and University Business Officers. The associations’ call for action highlighted the importance of harnessing analytics to improve completion rates, campus operations, strategic decision-making and more.

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Analytics can save higher education, according to a bold new statement from the Association for Institutional Research (AIR), Educause and the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). The associations’ call for action highlighted the importance of harnessing analytics to improve completion rates, campus operations, strategic decision-making and more. 

The statement provided six “guiding principles” for analytics implementations in higher education:

  • “Go big — make an institutional commitment to analytics.” In particular, the statement cautioned against looking for a one-size-fits-all approach, emphasizing that “each institution’s mission, culture, organizational structure, and analytics maturity” should determine its analytics game plan. 
  • “Analytics is a team sport — build your dream team.” Analytics requires “an unrelenting expectation for collaboration across colleges, departments, and divisions of all kinds,” with “strong buy-in from the top.”
  • “Prepare for some detours on the road to success.” The key to success in analytics is “authentic and sustained change,” particularly in terms of making analytics a part of the institutional culture. “Each person on your campus — from the cabinet to the bursar’s office and from students to deans — will likely find some aspect of your analytics transformation jarring,” the statement warned. “Expectations must be managed.”
  • “Invest what you can — you can’t afford not to.” Analytics requires “substantial investments in time, talent, and money” — beyond simply buying technology. Yet these investments are critical to helping students achieve their academic goals.
  • “Analytics has real impact on real people — avoid the pitfalls.” Among the risks: data breaches, inappropriate sharing and use of data, algorithm biases leading to discrimination, and more. “Investments in analytic tools must be coupled with an institution-wide program of awareness, transparency, and training,” the statement asserted.
  • “Tick-tock, tick-tock — the time to act is now.” The stakes are high: “For every semester we don’t do everything we can to ensure student success — including using analytics to increase student progress and completion — students leave our campuses without graduating, discouraged and more in debt than when they entered. For every year we fail to use data effectively to improve operations or to make better financial and business decisions, we threaten the financial sustainability of our institutions.”

— Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2019/08/26/associations-offer-6-principles-for-leveraging-analytics-in-higher-ed.aspx

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Scape is 3D-mapping 100 cities to precisely anchor AR objects | VentureBeat

A UK-based startup is building multiple city-scale 3D maps that will enable accurate placement and viewing of persistent AR objects.

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arlier this year, UK-based startup Scape Technologies previewed a potentially exciting new augmented reality technology for smartphones, promising to use a device’s camera to automatically determine its location. Now the company’s larger plan is coming into focus, and it’s exciting — using vast, accurate 3D maps to enable city-scale augmented reality applications.

Scape’s pitch is as simple as the enabling technology is complex. While some companies have mapped individual landmarks, buildings, or roads for narrow AR applications, Scape is now mapping entire cities. Already live in London and San Francisco, its 3D maps are underway for 100 cities, it told PCMag, thanks to data gathered by cameras with computer vision. The company’s technology creates a server-side “shared understanding” of environments that client devices can tap into — along with AR overlays — as they navigate the spaces.

— Read on venturebeat.com/2019/08/30/scape-is-3d-mapping-100-cities-to-precisely-anchor-ar-objects/

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