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New e-Literate TV Episode: Adaptive Learning and Learning Analytics

In our latest episode, the penultimate in the pilot series, we explore the topics that are likely to be moving up the curve of the hype cycle this year—adaptive learning and learning analytics. ¬†Like many of the topics in the … Continue reading

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New e-Literate TV Episode – CourseWare: What Comes After the Textbook

We’ve just published our fourth episode in the e-Literate TV pilot series. This one is about CourseWare. Frequent e-Literate readers will know that this is a topic Phil and I think is important and growing in importance. You’re most likely … Continue reading

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e-Literate TV Interviews from MRI13 Now Available

In December 2013 Michael I attended the MOOC Research Initiative Conference (aka #MRI13 or “The greatest MOOC conference in the history of MOOCs”). Thanks to a grant funded by the Gates Foundation¬†through Athabasca University, we are creating three episodes of … Continue reading

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Online Education in US Public 2-year Institutions, focus on Michigan

Last week I shared data tables for online education at US public 4-year institutions, with additional data for Florida. Now that I’m getting the process reasonably efficient for analyzing this data, there is some room for requests (hmm, slippery slope … Continue reading

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New look at LMS data for US small colleges

Last fall I mentioned two new non-survey data sources available to track LMS adoption within higher ed. While surveys for subjective, attitudinal information still make sense, surveys of hard data are losing their value over time. Analyses of automatically collected … Continue reading

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