Category Archives: Instructional Design

Unizin Perspective: Personalized learning’s existence and distance education experience

By Phil HillMore Posts (344) By reading the Unizin pitch for the State University System of Florida shared yesterday, we can see quite a few claims about the (potential) benefits to be provided by the consortium. “Make sure that the universities were not cut … Continue reading

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Promising Research Results On Specific Forms Of Adaptive Learning / ITS

By Phil HillMore Posts (344) Recently I described an unpublished study by Dragan Gasevic and team on the use of Knowillage / LeaP adaptive platform. The context of article was on D2L’s misuse of the results, but the study itself … Continue reading

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U of Phoenix: Losing hundreds of millions of dollars on adaptive-learning LMS bet

By Phil HillMore Posts (344) It would be interesting to read (or write) a post mortem on this project some day. Two and a half years ago I wrote a post describing the University of Phoenix investment of a billion … Continue reading

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Instructor Replacement vs. Instructor Role Change

By Phil HillMore Posts (344) Two weeks ago I wrote a post about faculty members’ perspective on student-centered pacing within a course. What about the changing role of faculty members – how do their lives change with some of the … Continue reading

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Worth Considering: Faculty perspective on student-centered pacing

By Phil HillMore Posts (344) 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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