Category Archives: From the Editors

These posts provide updates about our editorial policies as well as changes to the site itself.

New Release of European LMS Market Report

By Phil HillMore Posts (476) Our Spring 2016 LMS Market Report from our new LMS subscription service focused mostly on the United States and Canada. The LMS market, however is increasingly global in nature. LMS suppliers rely on markets outside of … Continue reading

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Introducing “Recommended Reading” and O’Neal Spicer

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1103) 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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Quick Update On LMS Subscription Service

By Phil HillMore Posts (476) Our LMS Subscription Service has been out for more than three months now, and we’d like to give a quick update(see this page for details, pricing, online signup; or sign up on right column of blog … Continue reading

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Our LMS Subscription is Available Today

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1103) 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 First e-Literate Subscription Product

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1103) Not too long ago, Phil and I wrote a post about our long, slow process of realization that our blogging at e-Literate and our consulting at MindWires are not two mostly unrelated things but really two halves of a whole. … Continue reading

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