Tag Archives: Adrian Sannier

MOOCs, Courseware, and the Course as an Artifact

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) As Phil mentioned in his last post, he and I had the privilege of participating in a two-day ELI webinar on MOOCs. A majority of the speakers had been involved in implementing MOOCs at their … Continue reading

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The OpenClass Vision: An Example

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) In my last post, I described a vision for combining elements of MOOC-like scale with a more traditional face-to-face classroom experience, as articulated by Pearson’s Adrian Sannier. (Full disclosure: Pearson is a client of MindWires … Continue reading

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OpenClass vs the MOOC

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) When Pearson’s OpenClass was announced about a year and a half ago, the natural question to ask was whether it would disrupt the LMS market. But that was then and this is now. (Full disclosure: … Continue reading

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Why Pearson’s OpenClass Is a Big Deal

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) The big buzz at EDUCAUSE last week was around OpenClass, Pearson’s new LMS entrant. Much hyped but only rarely glimpsed, speculation has been rampant about whether it is a big deal or just a gimmick. … Continue reading

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Openness: Finally, We're Getting Somewhere

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1015) Update: The Sannier vs. Wheeler smackdown is available on video here. Microsoft Silverlight is required. As I sit on the flight home from the EDUCAUSE conference thinking back on the themes of the week, it … Continue reading

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