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

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) 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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Year-end Updates on e-Literate News Posts

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) For my final 2014 post, I thought it would be interesting to provide year-end updates to some news posts on e-Literate over the past year. You’ll notice that there is somewhat of an emphasis on negative … Continue reading

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e-Literate Top 20 Posts For 2014

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) I typically don’t write year-end reviews or top 10 (or 20) lists, but I need to work on our consulting company finances. At this point, any distraction seems more enjoyable than working in QuickBooks. We’ve … Continue reading

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A New e-Literate TV Series is in Production

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) We have been quiet about e-Literate TV lately, but it doesn’t mean that we have been idle. In fact, we’ve been hard at work filming our next series. In addition to working with our old … Continue reading

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Keynote: The Year After the Year of the MOOC

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Here’s a talk I gave recently at the CIT event in Duke. In addition to being very nice and gracious, the Duke folks impressed me with how many faculty they have who are not only … Continue reading

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