Heute kennengelernt: https://tweedback.de/
Eine öffentlich (u.a. BMWi, EU) geförderte, DSGVO-konforme, auf deutschen Servern liegende Möglichkeit, ohne Anmeldung Echtzeit-Feedfack (Quiz, Chat, "Panik-Buttons") für Veranstaltungen einzurichten.
/via Fachstelle Öffentliche Bibliotheken NRW https://oebib.wordpress.com/2018/10/17/konferenz-tool-tweetback/
Fortbildung in Bibliotheken hat heute auf ein weiteres nützliches Werkzeug für die Lehre hingewiesen :
* kollaboratives Whiteboard
Entwickelt von Laurens Koppers @ClassroomScreen@twitter.com aus den Niederlanden. Wo die Daten liegen, habe ich auf die schnelle nicht gesehen.
Hi! I'm Dr. Christopher Madan, an Assistant Professor in Psychology at the University of Nottingham. Am also on Twitter (https://twitter.com/cMadan).
My research uses a mix of cognitive psychology, neuroimaging, and computational modeling. My main focuses are memory, brain morphology, decision making, aging, and dementia.
While I'm in the UK now, I am Canadian and have held academic positions in Canada, Germany, USA, and now UK.
A Coursera course of Yale University "The Science of Well-Beeing" starts on 11th of June: https://www.coursera.org/learn/the-science-of-well-being
Video content and some of the course materials can be viewed for "free" as a guest - if I'm interpreting the FAQ right. Of course, an Coursera account is neccessary.
I went from Jaiku to Twitter to here.
Sheila Webber draws attention to a free webinar by the ACRL on June 6th in her Information Literacy Weblog . Titel of the Webinar is "Critical Reading for Learning and Social Change". Unfortunatelly, a registration is needed: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_baCti-35Swq-Mg6rjSQVQA
Hey all, this is my #introductions post! I'm Ezra Sloane (@fir because it's a three letter word - I thought having a three-letter tag would be cool). I like to read #comics and #graphicnovels... a lot. I'm actually learning #art specifically so I can draw my own, but I'm not quite there yet.
for all the #BlackMirror watchers out there.
Take a look at the morning paper which reviewed some workshop results on tech ethics :
Take a look at the workshop website: Re-coding Black Mirror https://kmitd.github.io/recoding-black-mirror/
for the papers you need access to ACM : https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3191607 (go to TOC and search for Black Mirror to see all papers)
I've been helping my library research #OER, and it's exciting to see how far we've come in a few months. 3 professors are looking to replace a first year textbook going up to over $100 next year with texts I found (woot! woot!) and we're having a meeting today of those interested in reviewing open resources this summer.