Category Archives: Higher Education

New Visual From LISTedTECH Shows LMS Market By New Implementations

By Phil HillMore Posts (378) Justin Menard and his team at ListEdTech have produced a great new visual on the LMS market in North America. Using his wiki-based data with 4,000+ institutions, he shows the percentage of LMS implementations per year … Continue reading

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Rapid Fire Feedback from #WCET15

By Sasha ThackaberryMore Posts (1) ed. We welcome Sasha Thackaberry with this post summarizing observations at last week’s WCET conference in Denver. We met Sasha while consulting at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) and were impressed with her breadth of knowledge. We’ve … Continue reading

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Interview with Josh Coates, CEO of Instructure, on today’s IPO

By Phil HillMore Posts (378) Instructure, maker of the Canvas (higher ed and K-12 markets) LMS and Bridge (corporate learning market) LMS, held their Initial Public Offering today. Prior to the IPO, Wall Street analysts focused on the company’s growth, … Continue reading

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Data To Back Up Concerns Of Textbook Expenditures By First-Generation Students

By Phil HillMore Posts (378) David Wiley has added to the conversation over use of data on college textbook pricing and student spending patterns with “The Practical Cost of Textbooks”. The key argument is to go beyond prices and spending and look at … Continue reading

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New Column At EdSurge

By Phil HillMore Posts (378) Starting today, Michael and I are publishing a three-post series on personalized learning at EdSurge. Depending on how that goes, we could end up providing a regular column there. The first post today is titled “Why … Continue reading

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