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.

The Great Unbundling of Textbook Publishers

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) When we hear the phrase “unbundling” in education, it usually refers to one of two things. Either it’s about unbundling the university into component parts like separating courses from certification or it’s about unbundling content … Continue reading

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Recommended Viewing: Learning Analytics Webinar on Caliper and xAPI

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) If you follow learning analytics closely, you may be aware that there are two learning analytics standards—Caliper and xAPI—that appear competitive with each other at a casual glance. A webinar hosted by the Apereo Foundation … Continue reading

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Introducing “Recommended Reading” and O’Neal Spicer

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) I’m pleased to announce two additions to e-Literate. First, we’re creating a new category of short posts called “Recommended Reading.” We have always appreciated the news digests produced by folks like Stephen Downes and Audrey Watters … Continue reading

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Student-Centered Educational Software

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) Last year I wrote a long rant about how the Gallup-Purdue survey studying the impact of higher education on wellbeing shows that our well-intentioned desire to ensure schools are providing a “quality education” is causing us to measure the wrong things in … Continue reading

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PEARSONalized Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) I have been pretty relentless in mocking Knewton CEO Jose Ferriera for his “robot tutor in the sky” description of the company’s adaptive learning product. And I pledge to continue this proud tradition. It’s the gift … Continue reading

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