Though surely fodder for many a childhood fantasy, an acceptance letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry may not be as desirable a prize as the Harry Potter franchise would have you believe.In the 2005 article
Note: This post is part of an ongoing project on Autotaggging  TCR content that is being done by the research team.Previous posts in the series1- A case for Autotagging - Does Machine learning know better about your work than you? Link 
A popular running joke about software engineers (specifically coders) in India is about how there are times in their lives where he/she will have to work the entire night ("night-out") to write code. One of my few night-out was last Saturday night (Sunday morning).Yi and I, along with a couple of our friends participated in the Columbia Data Science Society's annual data science hackathon which was held from Saturday (21st) evening to Sunday (22nd) afternoonThe event started at around 7:00PM on Saturday where we were welcomed to the hackathon and a co...
As part of the research for Search and Recommendation System in the research team, finding an efficient, legal, and dynamic technique for obtaining the metadata of scholarly resource plays an essential role. In this blog, we will provide some useful resources about text mining for scholarly resources. Additionally, we will discuss the text mining project in EdLab.Resources that may be helpful Please check out this
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly infiltrating every aspect of society. In this blog, I want to share some takeaways from applied deep learning (COMSW4995) by professor Josh Gordon.How AI can be wrong (examples from deep learning)The Echos of phrenology and
Article Purpose:As an educational researcher,I want to share my rethinking about how Scrum could be applied in a collaborative learning environment,so that readers have the interest to understand, explore, and use this strategy in their learning or teaching experiences.What is Scrum:
When it comes to self-directed learning (SDL), learners themselves decide which information and skills to acquire. They base their decisions off on the hypothesis created by them. This process is known as hypothesis generation, which is defined as the “formation of candidate explanations or models of a target domain, which then guide reasoning, prediction, and exploration” (Markant, 2018, p. 1). However, this process may be biased due to myriad factors such as perceiving information through one’s own cultural lens, inability to consider a different point of view, prior knowledge and experi...
I am working on a conference paper on real-time locating systems (RTLS) in innovative learning spaces recently and find this concept of ubiquitous learning useful to vision innovative learning activities at the Smith Learning Theater.
As you have heard, Hui Soo and I are at the Transitions 18 Conference on next generation learning spaces. The conference is being held at Canyon Valley High School in Phoenix. To get things started Hui Soo sprung into action capturing photos. I took a more meta perspective in capturing the capturing process.
At the D&R today I shared that it might be useful for EdLab/Library staff members to become more familiar with some of the literature on learning (Patrick echoed a similar thought). Here are some resources on learning, broadly defined, to help us get started:Natriello, G. (2007). Imagining, seeking, inventing: the future of learning and the emerging discovery ...