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Trying to find useful things to do with emerging technologies in open education and data journalism On Writing “Learning Content” in the Cloud A couple of weeks ago, I posted about an experiment looking at the “mass authoring” of a book on Processing (). Darrel Ince, who’s running the experiment, offered to post a public challenge for me to produce 40, 000 words as an adjunct to the book using my own approach… I declined, partly because I’m not sure what I really had in mind would work to produce 40,000 words of “book adjunct”, partly because I don’t know what my approach would be (and I don’t have the time to invest in finding out at the moment, more’s the pity:-(….
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement How Can Edtech Address Evolving School and Workforce Needs? Authors: by Published: Thursday, May 2, 2019 Columns: The education-to-employment gap can be proactively addressed throughout K–20 education by purposefully designed education technologies. Credit: Rawpixel.com from Pexels The education-to-employment gap continues to be the subject of much discussion, often surfacing in policy debates across both the developed and the developing world. The gap, which centers on skill acquisition, has led to relatively high levels of youth unemployment worldwide, as is visible in from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the 2018 QS report which calls the skills gap "a global and significantly widespread issue.