Category Archives: Notable Posts

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

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) 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 (316) 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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Worth Reading: Use of adjuncts and one challenge of online education

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) There is a fascinating essay today at Inside Higher Ed giving an inside, first-person view of being an adjunct professor. 2015 is my 25th year of adjunct teaching. In the fall I will teach my … Continue reading

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LMS Is The Minivan of Education (and other thoughts from #LILI15)

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) During yesterday’s K-20 learning platform panel at IMS Global’s Learning Impact Leadership Institute (the panel that replaced the LMS Smackdown of year’s past), Scott Jaschik started the discussion off by asking “what is the LMS?”. As I … Continue reading

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Release of e-Literate TV Series on Personalized Learning

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) Today we are thrilled to release the initial episodes in our new e-Literate TV series on “personalized learning”. In this series, we examine how that term, which is heavily marketed but poorly defined, is implemented on the … Continue reading

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