Tag Archives: edunomics

Knewton (Quietly) Pivots

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) Knewton CEO Jose Ferriera has an interesting and revealing blog post up about “the coming adaptive world.” In part, it is a response to a report on adaptive learning by Education Growth Advisors. Jose writes, … Continue reading

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We’re from the Valley and We’re Here to Help

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) The other week I had the pleasure of attending the annual GSV Advisors Education Innovation Summit in Scottsdale. For those who aren’t aware, the main purpose of the event is to help ed tech startups … Continue reading

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The 2013 Ed Innovation Return on Education Awards

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) Well, it’s that time of year again. On April 15th, GSV Advisors‘ annual Education Innovation Conference will kick off. Reactions to the conference last year were a bit of a Rorschach Test, varying greatly depending … Continue reading

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Data Envy

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) While we have occasionally written about college costs and budgets here at e-Literate, it mostly hasn’t been part of our brief as a site that focuses on technology-mediated education. That is changing, in large part because … Continue reading

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Interview with Mitch Kapor

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1037) I am delighted to share with you the rare treat of a conversation with famed entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist Mitch Kapor. Probably best known as the founder of the Lotus Corporation and designer of Lotus … Continue reading

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