Category Archives: Higher Education

Worth Considering: Faculty perspective on student-centered pacing

By Phil HillMore Posts (318) 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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Worth Considering: Students can have their own perspectives on edtech initiatives

By Phil HillMore Posts (318) Triggered by Friday’s article on e-Literate TV, there have been some very interesting conversations both in the Chronicle comment thread and on the e-Literate TV site. The most, um, intense conversations have centered on the … Continue reading

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LMS Observations: You had me until you went nihilist

By Phil HillMore Posts (318) Mark Drechsler has a fascinating post in response to my recent LMS as minivan about D2L’s retention claims, mostly playing off of this theme: I answered another question by saying that the LMS, with multiple billions … Continue reading

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Miami, Harvard and MIT: Disability discrimination lawsuits focused on schools as content providers

By Phil HillMore Posts (318) In the discussions at Google+ based on last week’s post about the Miami University of Ohio disability discrimination lawsuit, George Station made two important points that deserve more visibility. It’s been a-coming for several years now. Cal … Continue reading

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About Those D2L Claims of LMS Usage Increasing Retention Rates

By Phil HillMore Posts (318) In my post last week on the IMS Global Consortium conference #LILI15, I suggested that LMS usage in aggregate has not improved academic performance and noted that John Baker from D2L disagreed. John Baker from … Continue reading

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