Tag Archives: Jim-Farmer

Blackboard's Market Share Erosion

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Barry Dahl is asking the question, “Is Blackboard losing clients?” and has created a wiki for people to enter information on whether they are migrating to Blackboard, migrating from it, or re-evaluating their installation. In … Continue reading

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LETSI: HR-XML Consortium Seeks Cross-Domain Interoperability

By More Posts (42) This is a guest post by Jim Farmer. “Learning, education, and HR standards communities have very little to show in terms of cross-domain standards interoperability and convergence despite significant investments over a period of more than … Continue reading

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Distributed Learning is Here: Ask Any College Student

By More Posts (42) This is a guest post by Jim Farmer for a special issue on distributed learning environments for On the Horizon. Jim is Coordinator, Scholarly Systems Group at Georgetown University and editor at the eReSS project, University … Continue reading

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SpikeSource Supporting Moodle on the Microsoft Stack

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Jim Farmer has an interesting guest post over at Seb’s blog about SpikeSource supporting Moodle on Windows/IIS. Both the creation of supported softwares stack for higher education and the mixture of proprietary and open source … Continue reading

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An Eye-Witness Account of the Trial

By More Posts (42) With all the coverage of the Blackboard v. Desire2Learn case, most of us (including me) have very little insight into the actual trial process. And with emotions running high about the case, it’s easy for people … Continue reading

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