Category Archives: Blogging

Links to External Articles and Interviews

By Phil HillMore Posts (319) Last week I was off the grid (not just lack of Internet but also lack of electricity), but thanks to publishing cycles I managed to stay artificially productive: two blog posts and one interview for … Continue reading

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The Year in e-Literacy

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) I’m generally conflicted about year-end lists of top blog posts because there is no single way to order the list that is truly reflective of the conversations that we’ve been having together on the blog. … Continue reading

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Blackboard Changes Underway: Jay Bhatt Interview and Management Changes

By Phil HillMore Posts (319) There is an interesting article today from Bill Flook , who has covered Blackboard as a business, including the story of Michael Chasen’s departure in late 2012 along with two rounds of layoffs. Blackboard Inc. … Continue reading

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The Most Thorough Summary (to date) of MOOC Completion Rates

By Phil HillMore Posts (319) How many times have you heard the statement that ‘MOOCs have a completion rate of 10%’ or ‘MOOCs have a completion rate of less than 10%’? The meme seems to have developed a life of … Continue reading

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The Most Thorough Description (to date) of University Experience with MOOC

By Phil HillMore Posts (319) One of the benefits of participating in an interactive event, such as the recent ELI Webinar that Michael and I led yesterday, is that the learning goes both ways. During the webinar, one of the … Continue reading

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