Category Archives: Notable Posts

MoodleMoot US 16: Playing small-ball

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) At the MoodleMoot in late June in Los Angeles, which serves as close to a users conference for the open source Moodle LMS community as any other event, there was a strong sense of continuity … Continue reading

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MarketsandMarkets: Getting the LMS market wrong

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) New LMS market analysis with a leader list that includes a company that is retiring its LMS and ignores the company who has a 5x lead in new implementations for its core market? Sign me up. Over … Continue reading

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Reprise: How Much Do Community College Students Actually Pay For Textbooks?

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) [ed. The basic arguments in this post were covered here at e-Literate in 2015 and in The Chronicle more recently. The data has been updated into a new post based on recent news events.] Last … Continue reading

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New OER Survey: The disconnect between faculty caring and assigning

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) In 2012 the Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) put out a new report on usage and perceptions of open educational resources (OER) usage in higher education. Covered in this blog post, the 2012 report was really … Continue reading

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Blackboard Learn Ultra: Ready or not?

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) At this year’s BbWorld16 users conference, Blackboard’s new executive team demonstrated their ability to deliver a much tighter, more coherent message of what they are learning from talking to customers and what the focus of the … Continue reading

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