What’s happening in Ed Tech
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This ARS Technica article "Could search engines be fostering some *Dunning-Kruger?" is a summary of some research by Asst Prof Adrian Ward out of the University of Texas. People mistake the internet’s knowledge for their own It's not about algorithms reinforcing our...
Naomi Kritzer of Will Tell Stories for Food blog has been posting an annual list of Gifts for People you Hate (guide to passive-aggressive gifting) for over a decade. Perhaps you weren't considering a hoodie with a laser eyed T-Rex being ridden by a sloth, maybe you...
Campus Technology has produced a pretty good, and fairly long list of learning applications. Free Resources to Help with Remote Learning in 2022. November is probably a good time to start looking at it ahead of Semester 1 2022. There's too much to work through in one...
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