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  • John -- very actual particularly with AU taking exams @ home as new procedure, and it is part of integrity policy anyway.. --  Elena R.

    - anonymous

    Anonymous May 11, 2017 - 4:09pm

  • Optimizing on two or more variables simultaneously is an interesting feat: a 2D learning space, knowledge building centre, and open to all. Does any LMS/CMS really address modern Net app'd learners, or just a digital limbic response to the last millenium?

    Steve Swettenham May 2, 2017 - 3:35am

  • Jon,

    Your words echo my own experience with our version of the Landing, called Pace Commons.

    Although the Landing is often used for teaching purposes, it deliberately avoids things like institutional roles, and deliberately blurs such distinctions when its users make use of them (eg. when they create course groups). It can be quite confusing for students expecting a guided space and top-down structure, and annoying if you are a teacher trying to control the learning space to behave that way, but that's simply not how it is designed to work. The Landing is a learning space, where everyone is a teacher, not an institutional teaching space where the role is reserved for a few.


    I am hoping that the community feeling more comfortable (or at least more inclined to participate) in this learning space.

    Gerald Ardito April 26, 2017 - 9:27am

  • Jon,

    I agree with your comments:

    The only thing that the researchers could really have been looking at here was not the extent of antisemitism on different social media, but the ease with which they could find it.

    Thanks for sharing.


    Gerald Ardito March 29, 2017 - 5:01pm