Tag Archives: Chuck-Severence

Back To The Future: Looking at LMS forecasts from 2011 – 2014

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) At today’s Learning Analytics and Knowledge 2015 conference (#LAK15), Charles Severance (aka Dr. Chuck) gave the morning keynote organized around the theme of going back in time to see what people (myself and Richard Katz … Continue reading

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The IMS Is More Important Than You Think It Is

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) I have long argued that the development of technical interoperability standards for education are absolutely critical for enabling innovation and personalized learning environments. Note that I usually avoid those sorts of buzzwords—“innovation” and “personalized learning”—so … Continue reading

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Is Coursera Facebook, Amazon, or Pets.com?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) Before I get started, let me just say that Phil can vouch for the fact that I had already planned to use “Pets.com” in the title of this post before MIT Technology Review used it in … Continue reading

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The Future of Sakai: My View

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) As a member of the Sakai Foundation Board, I have at least the appearance of conflict of interest in any analysis I write about Sakai. That’s why I encouraged Phil to write his own, independent … Continue reading

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The Blackboard Announcements, Part 2: Can Open Source Be Bought?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1043) I have gotten a lot of email from folks who moved to Moodle (often from Blackboard CE) because they wanted to get away from Blackboard and they thought that open source was “safe.” In my … Continue reading

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