Author Archives: Michael Feldstein

About Michael Feldstein

Michael Feldstein is co-Publisher of e-Literate, co-Producer of e-Literate TV, and Partner in MindWires Consulting. For more information, see his profile page.

UC Davis, Sakai, and Open Source

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Phil has been a busy boy, putting out two pieces about some Blackboard research that had gotten some negative responses and two more on a horrifically bad LMS outage for UC Davis and other universities using support vendor Scriba. Our main schtick … Continue reading

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What Homework and Adaptive Platforms Are (and Aren’t) Good For

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) I was delighted that we are able to publish Mike Caulfield’s post on how ed tech gets personalization backwards, partly because Mike is such a unique and inventive thinker, but also because he provided such a great … Continue reading

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Our LMS Subscription is Available Today

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Today we are pleased to announce that our LMS subscription service is available for purchase. As promised, we have kept the promotion on the blog to a minimum, providing details instead to people who specifically … Continue reading

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The Battle for “Personalized Learning”

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) So here we go again. Another terminology war. First there was the battle for open. Then the battle for MOOCs. Somewhere in there was the battle for edupunk. I stay out of terminology wars because, … Continue reading

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No Filters: My ASU/GSV Conference Panel on Personalized Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) ASU’s Lou Pugliese was kind enough to invite me to participate on a panel discussion on “Next-Generation Digital Platforms,” which was really about a soup of adaptive learning, CBE, and other stuff that the industry … Continue reading

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