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from enlightenment to entanglement

Harold Jarche

The open-source sharing of energy will give rise to collaborative energy spaces, not unlike the collaborative social spaces on the Internet. We may discern some patterns from the past but our current challenges — as we shift to an electric-digital-networked age — are unique. Unlike the Enlightenment, where progress was analytic and came from taking things apart, progress in the Age of Entanglement is synthetic and comes from putting things together.

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Shaping (As Opposed to Stumbling Into It!) – The Future of Online Learning and Training

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Jill Watson) – AU/Ryerson looking at engaging students using chatboths o Automated content generation – Washington Post uses AI to write 1000 articles this year o Quality assurance for OERs, analytics - Simuations for Learning o Flight training, engineering, geography, history o Banff Centre – “conversation between students and Abraham Lincoln” o Esp. when 5G rolls out - Collaborative Learning o Eg.

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Ethical Codes and Learning Analytics

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Abstract The growth and development of learning analytics has placed a range of new capacities into the hands of educational institutions. The ethics of learning analytics will therefore need to be developed on criteria specific to education. 2019) Ethical Codes As Standards of Conduct While ethics commonly applies to people in general, there is a specific class of ethics that applies to people by virtue of their membership in a professional group. Neelakantan, 2019).

Educational Research in Learning Technology

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

community - maybe collaboration and communities produce better test results, and maybe they don't. Unfortunately, ‘the vast array of literature involving learning technology evaluation makes it challenging to acquire an accurate sense of the different aspects of learning that are evaluated, and the possible approaches that can be used to evaluate them’ (Lai & Bower, 2019). 2019) which caught my eye. This is a common pattern for systematic reviews.