Category Archives: Notable Posts

Webinars: California OEI on institutional view of LMS decisions, Ray Henderson on vendor view

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) We have now had 2 of our 3 webinars (or colloquiums) with NobleStream organized around “The Modern Learning Platform: Not Your Mother’s Old LMS”. In our first webinar, Howard Weiner from NobleStream interviewed Michael and me … Continue reading

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Piazza Response To Blog Post On Student Privacy

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) Based on Thursday’s blog post “Popular Discussion Platform Piazza Getting Pushback For Selling Student Data”, Piazza’s CEO Pooja Sankar invited me to meet at their offices Friday afternoon. Given the nature of Thursday’s post, I … Continue reading

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Update: LMS Usage In Large Online Programs (Top 50 in US)

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) By: Phil Hill and Justin Menard. Cross-posted at LISTedTECH Three and a half years ago Phil wrote a post “Snapshot of LMS Market for Large Online Programs in the US” giving a view into this … Continue reading

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Webinars: When Cockroaches and the LMS Rule the Earth

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) Thanks to the good folks at NobleStream, Michael and I are participating in a series of three colloquiums (or colloquia or webinars, you choose) hosted by Howard Weiner. This past Wednesday, the three of us … Continue reading

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About The New Florida Virtual Campus Survey On Textbooks

By Phil HillMore Posts (443) As long-time readers know, I strongly believe that the national discussion about the costs of textbooks and course materials is more productive when we focus on actual student behaviors and impacts, rather than artificial numbers … Continue reading

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