Tag Archives: EDUCAUSE

Upcoming Events for Phil Hill and Michael Feldstein

Michael and I will be speaking at and attending a few events coming up in April. ELI Online Spring Focus Session – Michael and I will jointly kick off the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Online Spring Focus Session “Learning and … Continue reading

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Beyond the MOOC Hype: Getting Serious about Online Learning

Phil and I will be giving a webinar with the same title as this blog post for EDUCAUSE ELI on Monday, February 11th at 1 PM ET. It’s aimed at folks on campuses, especially Presidents, Provosts, and other academic decision-makers, … Continue reading

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Online Educational Delivery Models: A Descriptive View

        This article was originally published at EDUCAUSE Review. Update (11/25): This post has been bumped and amended to include the full article. Although there has been a long history of distance education, the creation of online education … Continue reading

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Ambivalent on Ed Tech: The EDUCAUSE Re-write

Now that I’ve had time to digest the implications of EDUCAUSE 2011 – which were significant, but not as mind-blowing as the Reading Market experience – I keep going back to a post I wrote earlier this year (although not … Continue reading

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Pre-EDUCAUSE Announcements and Other Odds and Ends

We’re in that period leading up to EDUCAUSE when everybody makes their big announcements. Two caught my eye as being relevant to e-Literate; I’m sure there will be more. First, Blackboard announced some improved integration of Wimba and Elluminate with … Continue reading

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