Author Archives: Phil Hill

About Phil Hill

Phil is a consultant and industry analyst covering the educational technology market primarily for higher education. He has written for e-Literate since Aug 2011. For a more complete biography, view his profile page.

Signup For More Information On LMS Subscription Service

By Phil HillMore Posts (401) As we roll out our upcoming LMS subscription service here at e-Literate (see Michael’s post for initial description), we suspect that many of the e-Literate readers will be interested, but not all. We value the … Continue reading

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Historical Survey Of Competency-Based Education

By Phil HillMore Posts (401) I have previously written a primer on competency-based education (CBE) using SPT Malan’s seminal article as the basis for understanding the key elements. Chris Mallett, formerly associate provost at Western Governors University (WGU) and currently VP for … Continue reading

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IHE Essay: Getting the political facts straight about State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement

By Phil HillMore Posts (401) The following essay, co-written by Russ Poulin and Phil Hill, was originally published at Inside Higher Ed in response to articles in the New York Times and Inside Higher Ed regarding whether New York state … Continue reading

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The Odd Couple: How Ed Tech Must Support Vastly Different Types of Professors

By Phil HillMore Posts (401) An edited version of this post was first published at The Chronicle of Higher Education Let’s admit it, there can be some real tension when a college is faced with choosing a new learning-management system, … Continue reading

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Some Changes at e-Literate and MindWires

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1069) Periodically, we write “full disclosure” posts describing our work and how it relates to our blogging, mostly so that readers can judge any conflict of interests we may have. They are usually not particularly fun … Continue reading

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