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    http://classcloud.ca
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  2. Will we see an increase in micro-credential adoption? Micro-credentials and open badges continue to gain attention as experiments persist, expand and even move from pilot to full implementation. Yet, a broader adoption of these newer credentials requires progress on many fronts. I see six factors (among many others) as playing a significant role right now. While there are certainly other important factors, these represent common elements that impact the extent to which almost any new technologies reach widespread adoption.
    http://etale.org/main/2015/08/24/6-fa...s-impacting-micro-credential-adoption
    Tags: by demo (2015-08-24) QR Code Urlz
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  3. Important conversation on the role of cloud based computing in BC universities and in schools.
    http://www.tonybates.ca/2011/03/25/cl...gy-and-privacy-a-canadian-perspective
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  4. A free and open access tool to teach data visualization and the art of the chart. Brought to you by the ClassCloud Canada project. No login or plug-ins required.
    http://chart.makerz.ca
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    http://www.ipads4teaching.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html
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    http://www.edutopia.org/blog/ipad-teaching-learning-apps-ben-johnson
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  7. Open Badges best friends to ePortfolio practitioners and best foes to ePortfolio platforms? Let’s face it: the ePortfolio platforms of today are not that different from those that existed 10 years ago and many ePortfolios do not use any dedicated ePortfolio platform. If ePortfolio platforms want to keep up with innovation they will have to do much better than adding a layer of Open Badges; they might want to reinvent themselves from Open Badges.
    http://www.learningfutures.eu/2015/03...ers-best-foes-to-eportfolio-platforms
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  8. A group of B.C. educational leaders have begun identifying digital literacy standards for our learners. These standards identify the knowledge and skills learners need to be successful in the 21st century. The group’s goal was also to identify how to better use technology as a teaching and learning tool.
    https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/ed...teach/teaching-tools/digital-literacy
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  9. If schools hope to prepare students for an unknown future, they must make technology easy to use -- through hardware, software, mindset, and practice.
    http://www.edutopia.org/blog/strategi...technology-as-connector-matt-levinson
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  10. Badges have garnered great interest among scholars of digital media and learning. In addition, widespread initiatives such as Mozilla’s Open Badge Framework expand the potential of badging into the realm of open education. In this paper, we explicate the concept of open badges. We highlight some of the ways that researchers have examined badges as part of educational practice and also highlight the different definitions of open-ness that are employed in popular and scholarly thought. By considering badges from three different perspectives (motivation, pedagogy, and credential) and the concept of openness from three different perspectives (production, access and appropriation) we develop a framework to consider the tensions where these competing conceptions meet. This explication illuminates how the ideas of open and badges intersect, and clarifies situations where these concepts come into direct conflict or mutually enhance each other. Our analysis pinpoints and elucidates particular areas where research is needed to better understand the complex phenomenon of open badges, and also offers design considerations for developers, educators, and organizations that are actively involved in open badges.
    http://www.researchinlearningtechnolo....net/index.php/rlt/article/view/23563
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