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Schoology: The strongest LMS you’ve never seen

By Phil HillMore Posts (424) LMS evaluations are typically painful ordeals for not just committee members but also for the vendors. They have to provide multiple demos, have lots of Q&A, and write 100+ page proposals based on extensive feature … Continue reading

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Instructurecon 2016: Why This Company is Still Formidable (and Misunderstood)

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) When I talk to Instructure competitors or critics, I usually hear two complaints about them: They “open wash” or are “fauxpen.” They have no vision. Having attended Instructurecon 2016 a couple of weeks ago, my … Continue reading

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Personalized Learning Explainer: Teaching to the Back Row

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) Phil and I are pleased to share our first animated explainer on personalized learning: If it feels like a commercial that could have been produced by a textbook publisher or ed tech vendor, that is … Continue reading

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Personalized Learning at Law Schools

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) I recently had the honor of speaking at the CALI (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) conference. I was invited by one of my early heroes, John Mayer. When I first arrived on the ed tech … Continue reading

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We’re Giving a Course on Personalized Learning Next Month

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) Working with our good friends at ELI, we’re going to be offering a three-session synchronous course called Personalized Learning: Finding the Model That Fits Your Institution July 6th through 20th. As you know, we’re still in early … Continue reading

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