Category Archives: Usability and Human Factors

Khan Academy Contributes to the Google Art Project

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) My friends Beth Harris and Steven Zucker, formerly of smARThistory, now of smARThistory at Khan Academy, have announced that they contributed 90 art history videos for the newly launched version 2 of the Google Art … Continue reading

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New Mentality Entering LMS Market

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) This is a guest post by Phil Hill from Delta Initiative, follow on Twitter  @PhilOnEdTech or his blog Since 2008 I have been sharing with clients the observation that the current generation of LMS solutions were conceived … Continue reading

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What We Don’t Know About Learning Analytics

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Long-time e-Literate readers know that I have been a fan of the concept of learning analytics for a number of years now. But it became apparent at this year’s Learning Impact conference that learning analytics … Continue reading

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Social Software in an Academic Context is Hard

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) A couple of things have gotten me musing about social lately. The first was Dave Cormier’s thought-provoking blog post about how PLEs are supposed to disaggregate power, not people. The second was a private conversation … Continue reading

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Instructure Canvas: A New LMS Entrant

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) We’re making progress on getting the Sakai conference keynote videos online, but while we wait for those to be ready for the kick-off to the conference post series, I’d like to take advantage of the … Continue reading

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