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Complexity in Learning Design

Clark Quinn

I recently mentioned that one of the problems with research is that things are more interconnected than we think. This is particularly true with cognitive research. While we can make distinctions that simplify things in useful ways (e.g.

the energy to refute

Harold Jarche

On the last Friday of each month I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “One day historians will view ant-vaxxers the same way they viewed climate deniers and those who drowned women because they were witches.”

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Why Our Judgements Are Often Flawed and What to Do About It

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

A few weeks ago I listened to a very interesting Freakonomics podcast hosted by University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt.

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Learning and teaching and pandemic opportunities, challenges and lessons learned

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This is an unedited automated transcription by [link] my talk given at Nottingham Trent University (online via Teams) Trent Institute for Teaching and Learning (TILT). The full presentation page is here and includes audio, video, slides and a link to this transcript. Thank you very much.

Xyleme 2021 Virtual Customer Summit Recap

Xyleme

Xyleme's 2021 Virtual Customer Summit brought together hundreds of leaders, strategists, technologists and learning experience designers representing more than 80% of our customer base.

4 Tips for Upskilling Your Workforce

TOPYX LMS

In April of 2021, there were 9 million vacant jobs in the U.S. 1 A s if this weren’t enough of a problem in the midst of a pandemic, there is also a skills shortage in the workplace. This is causing organizations to prioritize upskilling employees post-COVID.

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Realizing the Economic Promise of Predictive Analytics

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Wikipedia defines predictive analytics as a set of statistical techniques, - such as data mining, business analytics, and machine learning, - “that analyze current and historical facts to make predictions about future or otherwise unknown events.”