Tag Archives: Delta Initiative

Guest Blog at WCET: Institutional Decision-Making and Changing LMS Market

Today I had a guest post at WCET’s blog. WCET is a great organization that “accelerates the adoption of effective practices and policies, advancing excellence in technology-enhanced teaching and learning in higher education”. They have been leaders in sharing best practices for … Continue reading

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Four Initial Answers from Apple’s Education Announcement

In a recent post I offered four key questions for the Apple Education Announcement held today (Jan 19th). Now that the event is over and the blogosphere is responding, I thought it would be useful to answer those four questions. … Continue reading

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The Tide is Turning – SOPA May Not Make It Out of Committee

Over the past few days, there have been three significant developments that indicate the tide is turning on SOPA (and the Senate version, PIPA). As I have written previously, SOPA poses a threat to open education and educational technology in … Continue reading

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Four Key Questions for the Apple Education Announcement

There is growing buzz online about Apple’s planned media event on January 19th in New York City. Most speculation is focused on Apple distributing textbooks through iTunesU, as described in a New York Times blog. The basis for most speculation … Continue reading

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Analysis of Blackboard Response to Recent Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities

There’s been an interesting set of public relations based on the recent news of Blackboard security vulnerabilities.  SC Magazine’s Australian edition broke a story on September 16 about an investigation by two or more anonymous Australian universities working with a security firm, … Continue reading

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