This event explores a pressing challenge for higher education institutions across the world: advancing digital literacy among students and faculty. As technology use is proliferating and becoming more ubiquitous in people’s daily lives, colleges and universities have become more adept at integrating it into every facet of campus life to enhance course design, course materials, and interactions between learners and educators. However, simply knowing how to use the tools does not solve the challenge. Education professionals must be able to tie the use of digital tools to progressive pedagogies and deeper learning outcomes to equip students with 21st century skills that help them flourish in college life and in their careers. Identifying and implementing effective frameworks is paramount, and a number of organizations and institutions are leading the way. Hear from an international panel of experts on their perspectives on digital literacy, the biggest challenges associated with advancing it, and recommendations for developing successful digital literacy initiatives.
Mike Roberts introduces the concepts behind serverless architectures, explains how serverless breaks from the past, and provides reasons why it’s worthy of some of the hype it’s currently receiving.
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Elizabeth Dalton is a Research Analyst for Moodle HQ, and a doctoral candidate in Education at the University of New Hampshire, where she attempts to interpret the numbers of quantitative research using a variety of metaphors of human experience and learning.
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Manuel Castells, University of Southern California
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Andreas Schleicher, OECD Director of Education and Skills, analyses the issues facing OECD countries to improve their education systems to achieve the Sustainable Developments Goals for education by 2030. For more information about Education at a Glance 2016, go to http://www.oecd.org/edu/education-at-a-glance-19991487.htm
Marcus du Sautoy demystifies the hidden world of algorithms, revealing where these 2,000-year-old problem solvers came from, how they work and what they have achieved.
Hafu Chan is a legend. For the past eight years, she’s been a star in one of the most popular sports in the world: competitive video gaming, known as eSports. And she’s done it while facing an incredible amount of sexism and hostility from others in the male-dominated eSports world.
Hafu streams herself playing Hearthstone and other games on Twitch, where she has thousands of subscribers and a loyal fan base. But she says she’s been turned off from competing because of sexists and trolls sending her nasty messages.
In this episode of REAL FUTURE, Kevin Roose visits Hafu and learns what life is like for a female eSports celebrity, and what she thinks could help eSports solve its gender problem.
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Moshe Vardi, Rice University explores the question "If machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?".
10 December 2015
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