07 décembre 2019

The Appropriate Financial Policy Toolkit in an Integrated World

Cross-border financial positions more than tripled as a share of world GDP between the mid-1990s and the global financial crisis, bringing the global economy to an unprecedented level of financial integration. More...

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05 décembre 2019

La rétrogradation, outil RH tabou au service de l’organisation... et du salarié

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Sophie Hennekam. S’il est un sujet tabou dans l’entreprise, c’est bien celui de la rétrogradation. D’ailleurs, peu de spécialistes et de praticiens de la gestion des ressources humaines se penchent dessus. Souvent initiée par l’employeur, elle peut aussi intervenir à la demande du salarié pour diverses raisons. Plus...

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02 décembre 2019

New virtual advisor tool for “digital natives”

By Amy Baker. Sqore, a Swedish digital marketing company, has launched a new student recruitment tool for HEIs which it says understands digital natives and enables a ‘best fit solution’ for students in terms of institution and program. More...

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29 novembre 2019

Feedshow - A Feed Powered Web Page Presentation Tool

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Feedshow - A Feed Powered Web Page Presentation Tool
I had thought in the past of writing XSLT to convert RSS to S5. But this example of a working Feedshow shows that it makes more sense just to pipe a feed directly into a player. More...

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I Am a Deviant Tool User. You?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. I Am a Deviant Tool User. You?
More reaction to Gary Stager's take-down of Web 2.0 proponents, most of it not as nice as I was yesterday. Guhlin wonders, "Is Gary's call for us to wake up and do more than rally around the tools REALLY a call to submit to the accepted culture of schools, or one more in line with his point of view?" That was my interpretation, though people like Tom Hoffman suggest that Stager isn't so "bound to traditional schooling." Maybe not, but if the heart of his argument is that the challenge is "to frame the presentation of these tools to teachers in the best thinking about pedagogy," then it seems pretty 'traditional schooling' to me. More: Dave Warlick asks, Web 2.0 is like Logo? James Farmer writes a screamer of a criticism, including a set of (what I now dub) loljabs characterizing Stager's argument. Dean Shareski comments, "personal freedom and empowerment doesn't have to involve schools." Ewan McIntosh wonders why Stager can't find any research when he's read and summarized more than 100 research reports. More...

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22 novembre 2019

Collaboration Tools and Web 2.0

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Collaboration Tools and Web 2.0
I also have a video recording of this presentation, which I will be posting later. Presentation by Stephen Downes, Council of Ontario Universities, Online to Toronto, [Link]. More...

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07 novembre 2019

Video Toolbox: 150+ Online Video Tools and Resources

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Video Toolbox: 150+ Online Video Tools and Resources
This is a huge list of online video resources, including tools that support live video communications, online video how-tos, online video editors, video converters, video sharing sites, video hosting sites, video management, vidcat and vlogging tools, video mashup tools, mobile video, video search, video downloading services, and online television. More...

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05 novembre 2019

Les livrets de compétences : nouveaux outils pour l'évaluation des acquis

Accueil - Vie PubliquePourquoi évaluer les acquis des élèves ? Qu'en est-il de l'évaluation des compétences ? Ce sont les questions auxquelles tente de répondre ce rapport, qui s'appuie sur la loi d'orientation et de programme pour l'avenir de l'Ecole du 23 avril 2005, loi qui institue un socle commun de connaissances et de compétences et donne des prescriptions institutionnelles relatives à l'évaluation des élèves. A quelles conditions, moyennant quelles évolutions, les livrets de compétences peuvent-ils devenir des outils efficaces de l'évaluation des acquis des élèves ? Comment élaborer ces livrets de compétences ? Comment procèdent certains pays, tels que le Québec, la Belgique ou la Suisse romande ? La rapport émet des recommandations pour garantir des pratiques d'évaluation qui marquent un profond changement dans les représentations et les pratiques pédagogiques. Plus...

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24 octobre 2019

PLEs Are Power Tools

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. PLEs Are Power Tools
A couple of nice posts from Tom Haskins. In the first, he suggests that "PLE's are power tools. They empower the powerless to break out of their boxes. PLE's invites self-directed learning." Then, in the second, he draws a distinction between 'fortunate' and 'unfortunate' learners, drawn roughly along the level of power, or amount of learning independence, the person has. Depending on our position as a fortunate or unfortunate learner, we will view PLEs differently. More...

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23 octobre 2019

Cairo Tools Survey

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Cairo Tools Survey
Useful listing of software tools "for ingesting complex collections of born-digital materials, with basic descriptive, preservation and relationship metadata, into a preservation repository." Cairo stands for "Complex Archive Ingest for Repository Objects". A complete listing of Jisc repository and preservation projects is available online. More...

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