Category Archives: Blogging

Three Views of Top 10 e-Literate Posts in 2015

By Phil HillMore Posts (413) It’s the year end, and I have writer’s block. Like many people, I would much prefer to play with numbers than get work done. Instead of just sharing the Top 10 or Top 20 blog … Continue reading

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Worth Considering: Faculty perspective on student-centered pacing

By Phil HillMore Posts (413) Over the weekend I wrote a post based on the comment thread at Friday’s Chronicle article on e-Literate TV. One key theme coming through from comments at the Chronicle is what I perceive as an … Continue reading

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A 2014 (Personal) Blogging Retrospective

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1078) Unlike many of the bloggers who I enjoy reading the most, I don’t often let my blogging wander into the personal except as a route to making a larger point. For some reason, e-Literate never … Continue reading

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Walled Gardens, #GamerGate, and Open Education

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1078) There were a number of interesting responses to my recent LMS rant. I’m going to address a couple of them in short posts, starting with this comment: …The training wheels aren’t just for the faculty, … Continue reading

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Federal Reserve Board backs up e-Literate in criticism of Brookings report on student debt

By Phil HillMore Posts (413) I have been very critical of the Brookings Institution report on student debt, particularly in my post “To see how illogical the Brookings Institution report on student loans is, just read the executive summary”. D’oh! … Continue reading

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