Teacher collaboration: trust at stake.
In short, an institution can encourage collaboration and even become involved in it, but without ever betraying the necessary trust and independence of those who engage in it. In this way, a responsible practice develops.
From LMS to LXP: learners at the center
Are training platforms, or LMSs, still adapted to our learning styles? We can doubt it. They don't handle inconsistency, informality, and the need for speed. Perhaps it's time to look at LXPs, or learning experience platforms: more social, dedicated to micro-learning, rich in content libraries, they also seduce with their ergonomics and modern look. But do they have all the answers?
Will metaverses flop?
There is some doubt about the generalization of metaverses. Would Meta lose its bet on the metaverse?
The place of innovation at the University
Innovation has a very special place in the functioning of an institution like the university. Wanting to put innovation at the heart of teaching at all costs can be counterproductive if this work is not consistent with the mission of the institution: how can the institution, as guarantor of the instituted rule, have the mission of deconstructing the instituted rule?
The "young" talk: much deeper than it seems
Each generation claims that the next will "destroy the language" with new expressions and foreign borrowings. Yet French survives despite these supposed "assaults. For many linguists, the language practices of teenagers express a worldview of their time and some of the terms will eventually enter the lexicon.