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

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— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/evaamsen/2019/10/16/can-virtual-reality-capture-the–experience-of-being-in-a-museum/

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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.
— Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2019/08/07/engaging-faculty-with-new-tech.aspx

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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
— Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2019/07/24/survey-more-than-half-of-faculty-believe-classroom-tech-increases-student-engagement.aspx

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Online Professional Development: 3 Ways to Keep Faculty Coming Back for More — Campus Technology

David Brodosi highered Students are back in class, but colleges and universities face another challenge: how to get faculty to come back to class – as students.

The faculty development unit of Penn State World Campus was created in 2008 with the goal of getting faculty members to take the one and only course we offered at the time: Essentials of Online Teaching, or OL 2000.

But as Penn State’s online offerings have expanded over the years, our faculty development goals have also evolved – from a “one-and-done” approach to a new mission of career-long professional development.
— Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2019/09/18/online-professional-development-3-ways-to-keep-faculty-coming-back-for-more.aspx

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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.
— Read on observatory.tec.mx/edu-news/google-launches-educational-tool-to-combat-plagiarism

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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?
— Read on observatory.tec.mx/edu-news/iq-tests

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Improving Student Outcomes with Real-Time Data Analytics & Big Data

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With access to real-time data analytics and more data than ever before, Learn how universities avoid invading students’ privacy while improving students outcomes.

Universities are improving their data analytics programs using real-time dashboards that gather and update student data profiles using multiple data points, from financial information to academic performance, to help advisers and faculty provide better support to students. 

Some institutions are already experimenting with real-time data collection tools

At the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, a team of researchers and computer science students are working on an event trends tool they call SETA(scalable event trend analytics), which can find and analyze patterns within high-volume data streams to make decisions on the fly.

— Read on edtechmagazine.com/higher/article/2019/08/what-can-real-time-data-analytics-do-higher-education-perfcon

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Create a Data-Driven Learning Strategy

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Learner data can help you create a course that better matches your organization’s needs.

You’ve build an online course, but is it doing what you need it to do? This is one of the biggest challenges of online learning. With little-to-no face-to-face contact with learners, it can be difficult to know if your lessons are sinking in or doing any good. Fortunately, there is where a data-driven learning strategy can help.

A “learning strategy” can mean many things to many people, depending on whether you’re an instructor or a student, an independent educator or someone designing a training course for a large corporation. For the purposes of this post, we’re interested in exploring ways that you, the educator, can use data strategically to help your students learn from your online course. In other words, a learning strategy is “a strategy to help students learn.”

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What the World Can Teach the US About Education Technology | EdSurge News

Photo of David BrodosiSome of the conclusions may not come as a surprise in the Omidyar Network’s report on what works in scaling education technology in different regions worldwide. Governments, educators, advocacy groups and companies large and small need to work better together. Long-term planning and investment in infrastructure for widespread and improved access to the internet and mobile devices is critical.

But what may surprise some readers of the report, released Monday, is what the United States can learn from developing nations when it comes to bringing together all parties interested in edtech. Take Chile, for instance. By many measures, the country’s education technology ecosystem is small. Chile has “little private capital for new business ventures,” according to the report, and an edtech market valued less than a percent of the $9 billion U.S. market.

— Read on www.edsurge.com/news/2019-03-24-what-the-world-can-teach-the-us-about-education-technology

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Education Technology And The Shift In How We Learn

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How might new technology in learning prove beneficial to teachers and students and to whom is it beneficial? This article examines changes to how we learn through new technology.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/julianvigo/2019/08/23/education-technology-and-the-shift-in-how-we-learn/

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