Category Archives: Openness

Giving D2L Credit Where Credit Is Due

By Phil HillMore Posts (345) Michael and I have made several specific criticisms of D2L’s marketing claims lately culminating in this blog post about examples based on work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) and California State University at Long Beach … Continue reading

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Release of University of California at Davis Case Study on e-Literate TV

By Phil HillMore Posts (345) Today we are thrilled to release the fifth and final case study 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 … Continue reading

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

By Phil HillMore Posts (345) 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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Unizin Offering “Associate” Membership For Annual $100k Fee

By Phil HillMore Posts (345) Alert unnamed readers prompted me after the last post on the Unizin contract to pursue the rumored secondary method of joining for $100k. You know who you are – thanks. While researching this question, I … Continue reading

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Instructure: Accelerating growth in 3 parallel markets

By Phil HillMore Posts (345) I’m not sure which is more surprising – Instructure’s continued growth with no major hiccups or their competitors’ inability after a half-decade to understand and accept what is at its core a very simple strategy. Despite … Continue reading

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