Tag Archives: Inigral

IMS Learning Information Services: The State of the Union

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Regular e-Literate readers know that I am a big booster of the IMS Learning Information Services specification. (For an overview of the basics of the specification, see my posts here, here, and here.) There has … Continue reading

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Keeping Work (LMS) and Play (Social Networks) Separate?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) MergingArts has a good audio interview with Inigral CEO Michael Staton. Michael makes some good points about the nature of sites like Facebook that raise questions about a number of academic social networking efforts. Essentially, he argues … Continue reading

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Openness: Finally, We're Getting Somewhere

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Update: The Sannier vs. Wheeler smackdown is available on video here. Microsoft Silverlight is required. As I sit on the flight home from the EDUCAUSE conference thinking back on the themes of the week, it … Continue reading

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IMS Learning Information Services: Enabling Innovation

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) In my previous posts on this topic, I outlined the mundate yet important core use cases that LIS is intended to address. Now I’d like to start looking at some of the sexier possibilities that the spec … Continue reading

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SIS to Facebook Direct. Introducing Schools on Facebook.

By Michael Staton Hi!  I’m Michael Staton and I’m a guest blogger.  What I say in no way represents Michael Feldstein or his ancestors.  Also, our screenshot here is of our app with Abilene Christian University, a school known for … Continue reading

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