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  1. Apr 2019
    1. D. Christopher Brooks, Director of Research, and Mark McCormack, Senior Director of Analytics & Research, at EDUCAUSE bring together this comprehensive report that outlines Higher Education trends for 2019. This report does feel more technical in nature, but they bring it together in a way that is laid out to be reader friendly. The 20-year technology predictions are valuable and there is a focus on using the report to plan for the future.

      Rating: 10/10

  2. Mar 2019
    1. 2018 mobile learning This is a Pinterest style presentation of various posts related to mobile learning and its advantages. It relates primarily to adult learning and also includes information about trends and apps. It is neatly presented. rating 5/5

    1. What's possible with personalized learning: an overview of personalized learning for schools, families, and communities. This 32 page PDF is included in part due to its credibility and also to its breadth. The focus is personalized learning in schools. All ages are considered and there is a discussion of 'what personalized learning means for teachers.' It is sufficiently readable and rather attractively presented for a report. rating 5/5

    1. 5 technology enabled learning trends in 2017 This article was produced by a credible publisher and is included here because it points to the need for both mobile learning and micro learning. The authors assert but do not provide data for the increasing need for microlearning. This form of learning is said to be important because it is associated with the real world. Rating 4/5

    1. Seeking for some attractive and new app designs, in this blog we will share few latest mobile app design trends.

      Seeking for some attractive and new app designs, in this blog we will share few latest mobile app design trends.

  3. Feb 2019
    1. 10 Exciting Ideas of 2018 in NLP

      2018 年NLP 10大奇观

      • 1 无监督机器翻译
      • 2 预训练的语言模型
      • 3 常识推理数据集
      • 4 meta-learning
      • 5 健壮的无监督方法
      • 6 真正理解表示学习中的表示,预训练的语言模型真的表现出了和图像模型类似的功能
      • 7 多任务学习的成功应用
      • 8 半监督和迁移学习的结合
      • 9 基于大量文本的QA和推理数据集
      • 10 归纳偏差
  4. Jan 2019
    1. Top Web Design Trends of 2019

      2019 will be all about delivering on user experience: web design trends will prioritize compelling simple designs with asymmetrical layouts, speed, and mobile design, immersive video backgrounds, and more. And now many entrepreneurs assuming about what they might be able to do to enhance their websites. Or, just as simply, it has diverse thinking about what other Web Design Company might be up to going into the new year.

  5. Feb 2018
    1. Teaching, Learning, and IT Issues: Points of Intersection

      Intersections between EDUCAUSE's 2018 top 10 IT and teaching and learning issues.

    2. The IT and the T&L visions are thus fairly congruent: integrating disparate applications so that they offer our communities a consolidated environment and more customizable functionality. These are invigorating and also daunting challenges.

      Drawing connections between decentralizing services in the ERP > enterprise architecture and LMS > NGDLE.

    3. with more data comes more responsibility

      on the responsibility generated by aggregating learner data

    4. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Key Issues in Teaching and Learning surveys

      Visit the 2018 ELI Key Issues in Teaching and Learning with Hypothesis annotation enabled.

    5. EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues

      Visit the 2018 EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues with Hypothesis annotation enabled.

    1. IT organizations will be focusing on four areas this year: Institutional adaptiveness IT adaptiveness Improved student outcomes Improved decision-making

      EDU IT's top 4 issues:

      1. Institutional adaptiveness
      2. IT adaptiveness
      3. Improved student outcomes
      4. Improved decision-making
  6. Jan 2018
    1. competency-based education and new methods of assessment (from #5 to #16)

      Will CBL follow the pattern of MOOCs? Wait, what pattern did MOOCs follow? They are certainly not gone...

    2. See how the results of the latest ELI Key Issues in Teaching and Learning Survey stack up against responses from years past.

      Jump to an annotated version of ELI's 2018 Key issues in Teaching and Learning.

    1. Key Issues in Teaching and Learning

      Jump to Malcom Brown's post contextualizing ELI's 2018 Key issues in Teaching and Learning.

      2018 key issues include:

      1. Academic Transformation
      2. Accessibility and UDL
      3. Faculty Development
      4. Privacy and Security
      5. Digital and Information Literacies
      6. Integrated Planning and Advising Systems for Student
      7. Instructional Design
      8. Online and Blended Learning
      9. Evaluating Technology-based Instructional Innovations
      10. Open Education
      11. Learning Analytics
      12. Adaptive Teaching and Learning
      13. Working with Emerging Technology
      14. Learning Space Designs
      15. NGDLE and LMS Services
  7. Nov 2017
  8. Sep 2017
  9. Nov 2015
    1. In Jakarta, for example, largechunks of the urban core were cleared of itspoorer residents, replaced with new commer-cial and residential buildings that now, after adecade or so, are being deemed obsolete orstructurally deficient even when they wereimplanted as an instrument of completionor permanence.

      Trends? Realization of how they got rid of the poorer residents?

  10. Aug 2015
  11. Feb 2014
    1. In addition to broad economic trends affecting domestic politics evenly, Fisher also notes the uneven distribution of effects stemming from intellectual property rights (1999, Sect. II. C.). The positive effects of intellectual property rights accrue strongl y to a small number of rights - holders (the paper assumes that there are no significant negative effects to rights - holders); for this reason, rights - holders have significant motive (and potentially greater means) to overcome the significant barriers to acti ve political lobbying.
    2. Fisher outlines three trends : (1) the increasing number of citizens owning , or employed by owners of , intellectual property; (2) the United States’ economic position as an increasingly net exporter of intellectual property; and (3) the increasing investment companies have made in intellectual property in terms of research, development, brand - establishment, etc. (1999, Sect. II. A.).
      • increasing number of owners of intellectual property

      • strong economic position including exports of intellectual property

      • increase in investments by companies in intellectual property