Monday, May 6, 2019

Pollia condensata: World Univ & Sch - 7.5 billion people & inspiring best STEM CC-4 OpenCourseWare, A) - , B) - , C) - , D) - , E) - ~

World Univ & Sch - 7.5 billion people & inspiring best STEM CC-4 OpenCourseWare

Hi Universitian friends,

WUaS Live Hangout on Air is - - with an invitation to join this open conversation next Monday, May 13, 2019.

See you soon, Scott -

Hi Fritz, (and All),

Thanks for your email re  - - and re your "I was on following your live stream on Youtube. However, I couldn’t figure out how to interact with you, so sorry!" I didn't send out invitations from WITHIN the Hangout, because I tried to test this last week to some of my own email addresses, and to other people here, and I didn't get an invitation to my email addresses. How did you join this WUaS Live partcipatory Hangout on Air last time, Fritz? Google Hangouts change continually and if you learn newly of a way to join such a Hangout, please let me know. I was broadcasting/transmitting the Hangout this time, so I don't have access to how you all can join. And when, for example, I was joining Peter Bothe's Deutsch Sprachen ( Hangouts last year, I was joining from his Google Plus pages, which G+ is now closed (except perhaps not completely as I mention in today's Hangout, and re a G+ email from May 2nd). Again, how did you join last week, if I might ask? 

And thanks for the good translation question: "what is a good way to verify that a translation has sufficiently succeeded in getting the semantic context across, for example in a teaching session?" For the time being, and since World University and School is Google-centric in its ~100 languages, as well as Wikipedia / Wikidata-centric in its ~300 languages, I'm leaving related I.T. developments up to Google and Wikidata people like Markus Kroetzsch, a co-founder of Wikidata and a lead in SemanticWiki ... what thoughts do you have with this? 

I added all the examples of inspiration I touch in the beginning of this Hangout here - - including Tweets about A) UC Berkeley transfer students, B) MIT OpenCourseWare itself as inspiring, C) Maren Hunsberger's physics and science videos D) Stanford Medicine VR re inspiration for learning ... 

Cheers, Scott

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Thank you to all the educators who guide us to find our own paths.  Learn more about teaching a compass-led courses!



ICYMI: #BerkeleyBound transfer students and their families SHOWED UP in numbers  to yesterday’s Transfer Day. 🔊 Turn up the volume to hear what a FULL Zellerbach Hall sounds like when we give a BIG round of 👏👏👏 to the @UCBerkeley Transfer Class of 2021!



I gotta tell ya. My favorite thing about making #physics videos for @Seeker is all the dudes in the comments who are mad about stuff. Let me expound in this thread (but first, watch the vid:  overview of the standard model and news abt some new particles!)

Stanford researchers have developed synthetic proteins that can rewire cancer cells in a lab dish by co-opting critical disease-associated pathways.

Open World University and School News and Conversation Hangout
Mon, May 6, 2019, 10 am Pacific Time, 6pm UTC
Topic: Inspiring best STEM CC-4 OpenCourseWare
The Hangout is hosted by Scott MacLeod
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More about Google Translate and Neural Machine Translation (NMT) here:

"Google Translate: the end of language barriers?" -

(and re Google Translate kind of having created a new language in-between its end-to-end translation software).

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Pollia condensata: World Univ & Sch - 7.5 billion people & inspiring best STEM CC-4 OpenCourseWare,
A) ,
B) ,
C) ,
D) ,
E) ~
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Languages-World Univ:



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