Tag Archives: IMS

On False Binaries, Walled Gardens, and Moneyball

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1013) D’Arcy Norman started a lively inter-blog conversation like we haven’t seen in the edublogosphere in quite a while with his post on the false binary between LMS and open. His main point is that, even … Continue reading

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The IMS’s New “Caliper” Learning Analytics Interoperability Framework Is Deeply Interesting

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1013) The IMS has announced the initial public release of something they call Caliper, which they characterize as a learning analytics interoperability framework. But it’s actually much, much more than that. In fact, it represents the … Continue reading

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Notes on the IMS Learning Impact Conference

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1013) This year’s Learning Impact conference was the best attended that I can remember. The conference is also getting closer to what I would consider to be a healthy balance between vendors and university folks. This … Continue reading

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The Future of the LMS

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1013) Here’s the ninety-minute video and slides from a presentation I made to UMassOnline last month called W(h)ither the LMS? It’s a fairly institution- and enterprise-centric vision, but it has the potential to cohabitate rather nicely … Continue reading

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Lots of News in the IMS Standards World

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1013) Update: Scott Wilson rightly pointed out to me that the IMS produces specifications, not standards. This week was the annual IMS Learning Impact conference, and it brought with it a slew of announcements about progress … Continue reading

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