Data

20 février 2020

The Distributed Data Mesh as a Solution to Centralized Data Monoliths

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The Distributed Data Mesh as a Solution to Centralized Data Monoliths
Thomas Betts, InfoQ, 2020/01/31
This is a quick summary of a paper and presentation. "Instead of building large, centralized data platforms, enterprise data architects should create distributed data meshes," says Zhamak Dehghani, principal technology consultant at ThoughtWorks. She adds, "as data becomes ever more ubiquitous, traditional architectures of data warehouses and data lakes become overwhelmed, and are unable to scale efficiently." I think that this is especially the case for learning technology and learning resources. More...

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A Pedagogical Perspective on Big Data and Learning Analytics: A Conceptual Model for Digital Learning Support

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. A Pedagogical Perspective on Big Data and Learning Analytics: A Conceptual Model for Digital Learning Support
Sabine Seufert, Christoph Meier, Matthias Soellner, Roman Rietsche, Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 2020/01/13
This is a pretty good paper. The authors draw on three meta-analyses of learning analytics literature in order to create a framework for describing learning analytics projects. They then apply this framework to four use cases: socal learning analytoics for prediction and for reflection, and individual learning analytics for the same two functions. I think this reading of learning analytics is a bit narrow, and the divisoion between social and individual a bit arbitrary, but the tables produced by the literature search are a valuable reference.
This is the first paper I've posted here from Springer-Nature's SharedIt service (which has been running since 2016). The idea is that authors can share read-only PDFs using access tokens to social media and blogs. More...

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17 février 2020

Art, Science, and the Role of Data in Education

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Art, Science, and the Role of Data in Education
David Wiley, iterating toward openness, 2019/04/04
The best line in this post is this: "each year in the US, we turn out thousands of students who have learned the rules Bach used to write four part chorales... but even though we train thousands of students, year after year, we haven’t seen another Bach." Of course, part of the reason for this is the same as the reason we can make most students above-average: the second person who is equal to Bach, even if equally talented, can't be Bach. And of course the United States has produced acres of brilliant musical talent over the years, as original and creative as Bach, but of course, not Bach. The pedantry aside, I agree with Wiley's overall point, that any discipline is a mixture of art and science. More...

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09 février 2020

Transitions Pro Corsica - RGPD

Transitions PRO CorsicaLe Fongecif Corsica se conforme au règlement européen sur la protection des données personnelles (RGPD) .
Pour encore plus de #sécurité, nous serons désormais particulièrement vigilant à la #sûreté des #informations que vous nous communiquez via nos réseaux sociaux.
Informer, échanger, inspirer oui ! Avec tranquillité, c’est encore mieux! 
#RGPD #confiance #transparence
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31 janvier 2020

Questions About Alberta Data

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"I’m heading to Alberta for a couple of days this week, so I’ve been looking more carefully at some of what’s going on there, particularly following the MacKinnon Report on government financing.  And frankly, I’m a little perplexed at what I am seeing. More...

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30 janvier 2020

New data shows earning power of college graduates

Techno-News BlogIndividuals with bachelor’s degrees will earn $400,000 more in their lifetimes than those with just a high school diploma, according to a new report from the College Board. More...

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28 janvier 2020

LES DATA AU SERVICE DES TERRITOIRES

Orientation Pays de la LoireEt si on utilisait la puissance des data pour mieux comprendre et agir sur les territoires ? Tel est l’objectif des REPERES Territoriaux qui vous offre une vision partagée et claire de ce qui se passe, s'est passé et va se passer sur votre territoire.
Avec trois types de services, vous pourrez ainsi dresser le portrait-robot de votre territoire, le comparer avec d’autres territoires et disposer d’une boîte à outils pour agir que ce soit en rapprochant entreprises et talents, en identifiant passerelles et compétences ou en créant des listes d’entreprises ou de formations à façon. Plus...

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17 janvier 2020

College Finance Data 2017-18

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Morning.  Just after the blog closed for the holidays, Statistics Canada did its annual release of data from the FINCOL survey (that’s the one that asks colleges about their income and expenditure, just like FIUC does for universities, only in a lot less detail).  So, as usual, I thought I would give you a look into the data. More...

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15 janvier 2020

Data Science, Python Top Popular Specializations, Certificates

Techno-News BlogWhat kinds of technology-related courses did students pursue this year? Based on new data from Coursera, it’s clear that data science, Python, and artificial intelligence (A.I.) are on the minds of the next generation of technologists. More...

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10 janvier 2020

AGEFMA - FAQ - L’enregistrement DATADOCK est-il obligatoire ?

Cette procédure est obligatoire pour toutes les actions de formation dont une prise en charge est demandée auprès de l’un des membres de Datadock : Opca et autres financeurs.
Attention tous les OPCA et OPACIF ne sont pas membres (voir la liste sur le site Datadock). Plus...

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