This NPR report makes me wonder how culture, heritage languages., and physical ability are figured into this as well as the state of health on the day of the interview… Anyway, read for yourself “Now Algorithms Are Deciding Whom To Hire, Based On Voice” http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2015/03/23/394827451/now-algorithms-are-deciding-whom-to-hire-based-on-voice
From one of my graduate students:
No problem. If you look at the code Symbaloo gives you to embed>
Just change where it says width=”1280px” height=”600px” to numbers that are larger or smaller depending on your needs. You might have to play around with it to make it look right.
I was able to find a way to insert my Symbaloo into google sites. I was having issues with getting my Symbaloo tiles to show up when I was sharing it from the Symbaloo page, and Scott suggested putting my Symbaloo into google sites. A few people in our class have asked how I did it, so here is a video that is helpful!
Shared by one of my graduate students:
This is a really great document talking about collaboration in education!
from one of my graduate students:
The link above will assist you in making your Edmodo posts public so we can see your interactions.
From one of my students:
From the Versal website on collaborating. ORIGINAL LINK HERE
- All Versal courses are now collaborative by default. Approved contributors add material by inserting new gadgets. Initially, contributors will be able to edit all gadgets. Versal will soon introduce settings for publishers to restrict editing permissions.
- To encourage open communication, authors can comment on each other’s contributions and exchange ideas inside the course creator.
- Potential contributors request to join a course via its overview page. Publishers may invite people to join by sharing a direct link via email, social networks and more.