Category Archives: Tools, Toys, and Technology (Oh my!)

Editorial Policy: Notes on recent reviews of CBE learning platforms

By Phil HillMore Posts (290) Oh let the sun beat down upon my face, stars to fill my dream I am a traveler of both time and space, to be where I have been To sit with elders of the … Continue reading

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LoudCloud Systems and FASTRAK: A non walled-garden approach to CBE

By Phil HillMore Posts (290) As competency-based education (CBE) becomes more and more important to US higher education, it would be worth exploring the learning platforms in use. While there are cases of institutions using their traditional LMS to support … Continue reading

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e-Literate TV Preview: Essex County College and changing role of faculty

By Phil HillMore Posts (290) As we get closer to the release of the new e-Literate TV series on personalized learning, Michael and I will be posting previews highlighting some of the more interesting segments from the series. When we first … Continue reading

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First View of Bridge: The new corporate LMS from Instructure

By Phil HillMore Posts (290) Last week I covered the announcement from Instructure that they had raised another $40 million in venture funding and were expanding into the corporate learning market. Today I was able to see a demo of their … Continue reading

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What Does Unizin Mean for Digital Learning?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1014) Speaking of underpants gnomes sales pitches, Phil and I spent a fair amount of time hearing about Unizin at the ELI conference. Much of that time was spent hearing friends that I know, trust, and … Continue reading

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