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Taming Big Data in Education with Cognitive Computing

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2019-05-07 02:05

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

The world is drowning in data. We are creating 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. That is 2.5 followed by 18 zeros!  A university executive resolution, for example, is the culmination of many discussions in meetings, countless emails and many revisions before the final decision. The eventual resolution is one data point, but it’s accompanied by so much unstructured data. Through cognitive computing’s ability to discover patterns, meaning can be derived from unstructured data. These patterns are invaluable for insights and decision-making, but they are not obvious. They can only be revealed by cognitive computing through machine learning algorithms.

https://www.thetechedvocate.org/taming-big-data-in-education-with-cognitive-computing/

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Why are Canadian universities so slow to adopt digital learning?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2019-05-07 02:03

Jennifer Lewington, MacLeans

Web-enhanced teaching, as illustrated by the Queen’s psychology class, is growing in popularity as a tool to enrich the undergraduate learning experience and create new degree options for working professionals. But some experts say higher education institutions need to quicken the pace of digital innovation. “There is momentum, but not fast enough for the needs of either the workforce or society in general,” warns Tony Bates, a distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University and a widely recognized authority on technology-enhanced education.

https://www.macleans.ca/education/why-are-canadian-universities-so-slow-to-adopt-digital-learning/

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Impfquoten bei den Schuleingangsuntersuchungen

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Tue, 2019-05-07 00:00

Die im Informationssystem eingespeicherte gestaltbare Tabelle aus dem Bereich der "Impfquoten bei den Schuleingangsuntersuchungen" des Robert Koch-Instituts wurde um das Jahr 2017 ergänzt.

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The Highs and Lows of Teaching From Afar

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-05-06 02:10

By Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed

In addition to serving students in different locations, online courses are also conducive to teachers who want to work remotely. But doing it effectively can be challenging — if it’s even allowed. Online courses are often discussed in terms of opening opportunities for students in disparate locations.  Some remote instructors said they sometimes struggled to cultivate the sort of engagement with students that can be achieved in closer proximity, whether students and instructors are in a classroom together or interacting primarily online. Some administrators, meanwhile, aren’t yet convinced that instructors can teach as effectively from afar. While teaching remotely has become more commonplace in recent years, instructors and administrators interviewed for this article said it’s still not the norm on many campuses.

https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/article/2019/04/24/online-teachers-can-work-anywhere-its-not-always-easy

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Sudden death: Can the most damaging kind of for-profit closure be prevented?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-05-06 02:05

Ben Unglesbee, Education Dive

Dream Center Education Holdings was the third major for-profit college system to close since December, coming on the heels of Education Corporation of America (ECA) and Vatterott Educational Centers. Taken together, the shutdowns signal that the for-profit sector’s reputational and financial troubles aren’t over, even after a period of consolidation and relative quiet following the collapses of ITT Technical Institute and Corinthian Colleges during the Obama administration. The recent spate of abrupt closures presents an alarming trend in for-profit higher ed’s consolidation.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/sudden-death-can-the-most-damaging-kind-of-for-profit-closure-be-prevented/553299/

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Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Growth Fellowship

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-05-06 02:03

Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women is offering graduates of 10,000 Women on Coursera the opportunity to take part in a prestigious Fellowship program to further encourage business growth. The Fellowship will take place in New York City in Fall 2019. What the chosen attendees will receive:
Tailored coaching and training: participants will receive two days of expert coaching and training in New York City
Access to experts: participants will discuss their business and their growth plans in one-on-one sessions with business leaders
Networking with peers: the intensive in-person program will allow participants to engage directly with, and learn from, other 10,000 Women alumni from across the world
Travel: Travel to/from New York City and accommodations

https://www.goldmansachs.com/citizenship/10000women/coursera/index.html

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How Modular Education Is Revolutionizing The Way We Learn (And Work)

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-05-05 02:10

Anant Agarwal, Forbes

Modular learning will allow workers to learn new skills and knowledge in smaller chunks, without having to leave their jobs. Modular learning will allow workers to learn new skills and knowledge in smaller chunks, without having to leave their jobs. In today’s digital economy, rapid technological change is transforming the workplace, and it has become apparent that we can no longer stop our education after college if we are to stay relevant. We will need to be continually learning, refreshing and updating our skillset as we progress through our careers. This drastic change in the nature of work also means that the way in which we learn needs to similarly transform.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/anantagarwal/2019/04/25/how-modular-education-is-revolutionizing-the-way-we-learn-and-work/#71a9bd103a26

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How blockchain, virtual assistants and AI are changing higher ed

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-05-05 02:09

Ben Unglesbee, Education Dive
In the coming years, advanced technologies like mixed reality, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and virtual assistants could play a bigger role at colleges and universities, according to a new report from Educause, a nonprofit focused on IT’s role in higher ed. The 2019 Horizon Report, based on a panel of higher ed experts, zeroes in on trends, challenges and developments in educational technology. Challenges range from the “solvable,” such as improving digital fluency and increasing demand for digital learning experiences, to the “wicked.” The latter includes rethinking teaching and advancing digital equity. The panel contemplated blockchain’s use in higher ed for the first time in the 2019 report.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/how-blockchain-virtual-assistants-and-ai-are-changing-higher-ed/553434/

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Online Education Provider Coursera Is Now Worth More Than $1 Billion

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-05-05 02:05

Susan Adams, Forbes
Coursera, one of the companies featured on Forbes’ 2018 list of Next Billion-Dollar Startups, is worth well over $1 billion, says its CEO, Jeff Maggioncalda. The seven-year-old online education provider, based in Mountain View, California, announced this morning that it had raised an additional $103 million in funding. “This gives us the resources to more aggressively push on our mission of greater access to quality education and greater opportunity for people who are being left behind in this economy,” he says. Since our feature story on Coursera last October, the number of registered learners on the site has climbed from 36 million to 40 million.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2019/04/25/online-education-provider-coursera-is-now-worth-more-than-1-billion/#230557be30e1

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IBM expands universities in its quantum computing research network

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-05-05 02:05

By Larry Dignan, ZD Net

IBM said its commercial quantum computing program, called IBM Q Network, is expanding to more universities in North America, including Notre Dame, Florida State, and Virginia Tech. The company’s IBM Q Network is designed to develop curricula for students and forge research partnerships with academia. The additions of the aforementioned universities as well as Stony Brook University and the University of Tokyo will round out a list that already includes Duke, Harvard, and the University of Waterloo.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/ibm-expands-universities-in-its-quantum-computing-research-network/

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To Train Gig Workers, Start by Knowing Who They Are

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-05-05 02:03

By Roselyn Miller, New America

The gig economy, in the most general sense, refers to temporary, independent, or contracted positions. The scope of jobs included in that definition changes depending on how contracts legally classify workers, where workers find work, and the nature of the job itself in relationship to the hiring organization’s main purpose. The Gig Economy Data Hub documents many different sources for information and research on gig work, and each major survey defines gig work slightly differently, leading to very different results. But, gig workers do share one unifying characteristic: they represent a workplace trend that distances employers from employees, placing more responsibilities, especially for career education and training, on individuals rather than corporations.

https://www.newamerica.org/education-policy/edcentral/train-gig-workers-start-knowing-who-they-are/

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Internationalen Tag der Pflege am 12.05.2019

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Sun, 2019-05-05 00:00
Ausgewählte Informationen zum Internationalen Tag der Pflege am 12.05.2019
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New Frontiers of Adaptive Learning

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2019-05-04 02:09

By David Raths, Campus Technology
Universities share how they are making strides with the use of adaptive courseware in the humanities. Most of the publicized examples of adaptive learning focus on its use in improving student outcomes in STEM courses, but some universities are seeing promising examples in the humanities as well. For example, the University of Mississippi Department of Writing and Rhetoric is using adaptive learning to help first-year writing students grasp rhetorical concepts.

https://campustechnology.com/articles/2019/04/24/new-frontiers-of-adaptive-learning.aspx

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Eye on A.I.— How to Fix Artificial Intelligence’s Diversity Crisis

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2019-05-04 02:05

By JONATHAN VANIAN, Fortune
In recent years, researchers and journalists have highlighted artificial intelligence sometimes stumbling when it comes to minorities and women. Facial recognition technology, for example, is more likely to become confused when scanning dark-skinned women than light-skinned men. Last week, AI Now, a research group at New York University, released a study about A.I.’s diversity crisis. The report said that a lack of diversity among the people who create artificial intelligence and in the data they use to train it has created huge shortcomings in the technology.

http://fortune.com/2019/04/23/artificial-intelligence-diversity-crisis/

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The lure of learning analytics

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2019-05-04 02:02

By NAVNEET ALANG, University Affairs

At its most basic, learning analytics is simply the analysis of data related to learning, and thus encompasses even rudimentary acts like taking attendance or calculating average test scores in a class. But, as digital technology evolves, the amount and types of data one can collect continues to expand. Think about the variety of digital tools a student might use: online courses in which they work out calculus or physics equations step-by-step; digital textbooks that can track which parts are highlighted and by how many users; or, even more futuristic technology that tracks eye movement to see where a student’s attention is focused. What might one be able to do with all these data?

https://www.universityaffairs.ca/features/feature-article/the-lure-of-learning-analytics/

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9 universities partner to craft standards for digital records

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Fri, 2019-05-03 02:10

By Natalie Schwartz, Education Dive
Nine universities from around the world announced Tuesday that they are teaming up to explore how emerging technologies like blockchain can help them give students a digital version of their academic record, including badges, certifications, internships and traditional degrees. The U.S. institutions involved in the project are Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the University of California System’s Berkeley and Irvine campuses. Such digital records would allow students to securely own and share their information instead of having to go back to the relevant institution each time they need proof of their accomplishments, said Sanjay Sarma, MIT’s vice president for open learning, in the announcement.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/9-universities-partner-to-craft-standards-for-digital-records/553184/

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China’s Blockchain Dominance: Can the U.S. Catch Up?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Fri, 2019-05-03 02:05

Knowledge@Wharton
By all counts, China is leading the world in the use and development of blockchain technology. It has far and away filed the most patents related to blockchain in the world and some of the biggest names in the blockchain and cryptocurrency community are Chinese firms. What’s more, blockchain is also a national priority: The Chinese State Council included its development in the nation’s 13th Five-Year Plan. And last year, President Xi Jinping said China seeks to lead in innovation worldwide, citing blockchain, AI, the Internet of Things and other technologies as the driving forces.

https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/can-u-s-catch-chinas-blockchain-dominance/

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Artificial Intelligence vs. Cognitive Computing in Education: How They Differ?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Fri, 2019-05-03 02:02

by Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

Cognitive computing is an extension of AI with one significant added component: cognitive computing systems are able to interact with humans using natural language.  IBM defines cognitive computing as,” systems that learn at scale, reason with purpose and interact with humans naturally. Rather than being explicitly programmed, they learn and reason from their interactions with us and from their experiences with their environment.” The big difference here being that cognitive computing agents are able to interact naturally with humans. AI are systems that follow a complicated set of rules to arrive at outcomes. Their usefulness is limited to structured data; they are not able to process unpredictable, nonlinear data, like natural speech. On the other hand, cognitive systems are probabilistic, meaning they can handle probabilities and uncertainties. They are able to make sense out of the changeability of unstructured information.

https://www.thetechedvocate.org/artificial-intelligence-vs-cognitive-computing-in-education-how-they-differ/

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Abrechnungsstatistik (vertragszahnärztliche Versorgung)

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Fri, 2019-05-03 00:00

Die im Informationssystem eingespeicherte gestaltbare Tabelle aus der "Abrechnungsstatistik der Kassenzahnärztlichen Bundesvereinigung" wurde um die Angaben des Jahres 2017 ergänzt.

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Einzelleistungsstatistik

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Fri, 2019-05-03 00:00

Die im Informationssystem eingespeicherten gestaltbaren Tabellen aus der "Einzelleistungsstatistik (vertragszahnärztliche Versorgung)" der Kassenzahnärztlichen Bundesvereinigung wurden um das Jahr 2017 ergänzt.

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