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Tag Archives: EDUCAUSE
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
My fellow SUNY escapees Patrick Masson and Ken Udas are up to some good stuff now. They’ve started an EDUCAUSE constituent group on Openness–open source, open standards, open educational resources, open content, open management practices, etc. Their hope is that … Continue reading
I’ll be leaving for EDUCAUSE tomorrow morning and will be there until Friday morning. I’m not giving any presentations this year other than a 15-minute presentation on Oracle SAIP at the Desire2Learn booth, but I have lots of meetings and … Continue reading
The EDUCAUSE webinar on edupatents today was very good. (The archived event is available.) James Hilton, University of Virginia’s CIO, did a great job of laying out the fundamental conflict between the academic endeavor and the United States’ obsession with … Continue reading
Seb has a good post up raising some questions for the free EDUCAUSE webinar on edupatents tomorrow at 1 PM Eastern time. I’ll add a few of my own (which in some ways are just extensions of Seb’s): What are … Continue reading