Saturday, May 30, 2015

TECH Dozens -- Week Ending Saturday 5/30/15

Last update: Sunday 5/31/15 @ 3:05 pm
This week's cover = photo from tweet about Google's many announcements at I/O 2015
... Other top stories = Meeker's 2015 report ... nanodegree from  Google/Udacity ... Comments about Google's announcements 

Below find links to the Digital Learning Lab's "Dozens" of favorite news items about HBCUs' use of information technology to enhance their teaching, research, and community services ... plus news about hackathons and issues related to coding & coding literacy... in HBCU media and Tech media ... for the week ending Saturday 5/30/15 @ 3 pm ... Links to previous editions of the Dozens can be found ==> Back issues.

A. HBCUs | B. Ed Tech | C. Gen Tech | D. Hackers | E. Views | F. Events ... TECH 2014

Cover Story ++++++++++++ 
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A. HBCU Media ... Half Dozen
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  1. AIR Experts Co-Author Condition of Education 2015 Report Submitted to Congress
  1. D2L gets into adaptive learning 
    with a new tool aimed at professors:
Competency based ...
MOOCs, online, blended ...
  1. Ongoing study finding: Successful online learners have sophisticated study skills.
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C. General Technology ... Issues in the broader technical environment that impact teaching, learning, research, hackers, and entrepreneurs ... Dozen

Top Story #1 ... Mary Meeker's 190+ slides report +++++++++++
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Artificial Intelligence, robotics ...
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Big data, data analytics, machine learning, etc, etc, etc
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Cybersecurity, privacy, & cybercrime ...
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Directory ==> HERE

Top Story #2 ... Google/Udacity Nanodegree ++++ 
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Coding & Coders ...
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Hackathons, workshops, meetups, etc

    E. Tech Views -- Comments and Opinions ... Dozen - 3

    Top Story #3 ... Opinions about Google 
    Long form ... good reads ... :-)

    F. Tech Calendar 
    All of the events that announced this week can be found on the DLL's calendar  ==> HERE

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