Author Archives: Mike Caulfield

We Have Personalization Backwards

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) [Note – an earlier version of the first half of this post was first published at Mike’s Hapgood site. We asked him to make some alterations for the e-Literate audience and republish here. – ed] … Continue reading

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Some Real Reasons the “Two-speed Internet” Hurts Higher Education (Hint: impact on the “Next Facebook” is not one of them)

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) The debate around net neutrality so far has been almost as depressing as the set of judicial and administrative decisions that got us here. Central to the debate has been the obsession about how the … Continue reading

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Efficacy, Education, and the Last Mile

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) I’ve been thinking quite a bit recently about efficacy in education in light of the Pearson realignment. Is efficacy, a medical concept, a good lens through which to view our current educational technology challenges? Michael … Continue reading

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Opportunities and Predictions, 2014 A.D.

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) I make fun of predictions all the time (see, for example, Education Analysts Have Predicted 7 of the last 0 Mobile Revolutions). But heck, why not jump in? Here’s how I see the world. Mostly, … Continue reading

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Purdue Course Signals Data Issue Explainer

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) The “Course Signals” story originally covered here has recently gone international, with Britain’s prestigious Times Higher Education magazine picking up the Inside Higher Ed story and publishing it as an “Editor’s Pick”. Hopefully this will push  the … Continue reading

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