Tag Archives: ATutor

Solving the Ed Tech Patent Problem

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) You may have heard that Khan Academy has filed for several patents. Audrey Watters has written a really strong piece providing the details of the filings in the context of the history of ed tech … Continue reading

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What the Sakai Announcement Means

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) Barry Dahl read the Sakai Foundation’s recent announcement about the Blackboard patent pretty closely and is concerned that it sounds like they think the fight is over. I completely understand why he interpreted it that … Continue reading

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What the Sakai/Moodle/ATutor Re-Examination Request Really Means

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) By now you’ve probably seen that the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) has filed a request to re-examine Blackboard’s patent with the USPTO on behalf of Sakai, Moodle, and ATutor. You may have also seen … Continue reading

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