Tag Archives: EDUCAUSE

Instructure Dodges A Data Bullet

By Phil HillMore Posts (409) Last week’s EDUCAUSE conference was relatively news free, which is actually a good thing as overall ed tech hype levels have come down. Near the end of the conference, however, I heard from three different … Continue reading

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EDUCAUSE and Robot Tutors In The Sky: When investors are your main customers

By Phil HillMore Posts (409) Yippie i ohhh ohh ohh Yippie i aye ye ye Robot tutors in the sky Before I head out to Indianapolis for the EDUCAUSE conference, I keep thinking back to a comment someone made in response … Continue reading

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The EDUCAUSE NGDLE and an API of One’s Own

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) I have been meaning for some time to get around to blogging about the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative’s (ELI’s) paper on a Next-Generation Digital Learning Environment (NGDLE) and Tony Bates’ thoughtful response to it. The core … Continue reading

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Wanted – A Theory of Change

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Phil and I went to the ELI conference this week. It was my first time attending, which is odd given that it is one of the best conferences that I’ve attended in quite a while. … Continue reading

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A Sneak Preview of e-Literate TV at ELI

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Phil and I will be chatting with Malcolm Brown and Veronica Diaz about our upcoming e-Literate TV series on personalized learning in a featured session at ELI tomorrow. We’ll be previewing short segments of video … Continue reading

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