Tag Archives: EDUCAUSE

Competency-Based Education: Not just a drinking game

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) Ray Henderson captured the changing trend of the past two EDUCAUSE conferences quite well. The #Edu14 drinking game: sure inebriation in 13 from vendor claims of "mooc" "cloud" or "disrupting edu". In 2014: "competency based." — … Continue reading

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Kuali Foundation: Clarification on future proprietary code

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) Well that was an interesting session at Educause as described at Inside Higher Ed: It took the Kuali leadership 20 minutes to address the elephant in the conference center meeting room. “Change is ugly, and … Continue reading

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First-hand experience moving to team-based course design

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) As Michael mentioned, we have posted the last episode in the pilot e-Literate TV series with the topic of moving to a team-based course design for a flipped classroom usage. This episode provides an excellent opportunity … Continue reading

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e-Literate TV trailer from EDUCAUSE 2013

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) Last week Michael announced a new project of ours called e-Literate TV. To recap, the idea is that there are new groups involved in decisions that impact ed tech and online education. Deans, provosts, presidents, boards … Continue reading

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Differentiated, Personalized & Adaptive Learning: some clarity for EDUCAUSE

By Phil HillMore Posts (358) Josh Kim wrote three predictions at Inside Higher Ed for the EDUCAUSE 2013 conference, and I particularly agree with the basis of #2: Prediction 2: Adaptive Learning Platforms Will Be the Toast of the Party Everyone … Continue reading

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