My ed tech course is exposing me to a lot of different software. This week we are using Rapid Miner
Weeks 7 and 8 of our course are taught by Dr. Carolyn Penstein Rosé who is on the computer and languages faculties at Carnegie Mellon University. She’s particularly interested in collaborative learning. The unit is on “text mining.” Text mining
So I’ve been taking this course on Data Analytics and Learning from EdX. It’s taught by a team of researchers from UT Arlington. The course got off to a rocky start for me because they were trying to do too
Here I’ll update you on my experiences with learning analytics at UMD. I’m going to be evaluating the impact of policy and strategic planning on systems-level deployment of learning analytics.
Interesting post on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in the NY Times today. Try it yourself if you dare. I’m going to pass.
Another scandal in the world of social psychology over the past week as it turns out that the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) has published an article written by social psychologists, including people at Facebook and other places, that appears
A link to my recent post on current topics in social psychology at spsp.org
Saint Valentine’s Day evokes some of our strongest emotions. This is because our close relationships uniquely satisfy two fundamental human motivations. Self-concern (getting things that benefit us) Other-concern (being good to others) Sometimes our desires for self-concern conflict with our