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- Taming gaming / Andy Robertson
- Making informal learning visible with open badges / Navigatr
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- Media literacy and SEND / Parent Zone
Non-face-to-face versus face-to-face is possibly an unhelpful framing. It is more useful to consider the help-seeking of children and young people as a continuum where individuals move around with deftness and fluidity.
Self-monitoring significantly increased emotional self-awareness, facilitated communication between the young person and their health care professional, and encouraged help-seeking behaviours, particularly in boys.
Automated gender recognition systems should account for diversity and inclusion, using a more accurate understanding of gender identity to fully represent contemporary society – if indeed needing to know a users’ gender is important in the first place
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Navigatr is a visual discovery engine that links digital badges into pathways to help learners reach their goals and organisations demonstrate impact. Our aim is to make learning visible, measurable and connected.
When building a digital product it’s important to understand the value you want to provide and the value you are providing. You can typically break them down into functional, social, monetary and psychological value.
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Businesses have already lucratively combined heightened surveillance, sham self-employment and ‘crowdsourcing’ of work towards the global south, taking advantage of abysmal pay rates and zero employment protection. The Metaverse could make these trends explode.
It begins with a canal project in Afghanistan and a cafe worker called Sophia, but ends by explaining how 91% of likes on UAE Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Zayed's tweets are created by at least 11,000 bots/fake accounts
Relative to the Pandemic, the single biggest work question I’ve been asking myself for two years is: what did we lose? What is the measurable and objective loss for teams not working in close proximity?
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