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ASU Is No Longer Using Khan Academy In Developmental Math Program

By Phil HillMore Posts (379) In these two episodes of e-Literate TV, we shared how Arizona State University (ASU) started using Khan Academy as the software platform for a redesigned developmental math course (MAT 110). The program was designed in Summer … Continue reading

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OER and the Future of Knewton

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1054) Jose Ferriera, the CEO of Knewton, recently published a piece on edSurge arguing that scaling OER cannot “break the textbook industry” because, according to him, it has low production values, no instructional design, and is … Continue reading

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Hello? Pedagogy?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1054) With all the hype about massive and adaptive and big data, it’s hard to remember sometimes that real flesh and blood humans do know some things about teaching and learning. In fact, we know a … Continue reading

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Where xMOOCs and Adaptive Analytics Both Fail (For Now)

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1054) No, this isn’t just an attempt to cram as many sexy keywords into one post title as possible. xMOOCs and adaptive analytics share an ambition: They both are at least partially motivated by a desire … Continue reading

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“Can I Use This?” How Museum and Library Image Policies Undermine Education

By Beth HarrisMore Posts (1) By Dr. Beth Harris & Dr. Steven Zucker Is the discipline of art history (together with museums and libraries) squandering the digital revolution? We’re not the only ones with this concern. Just last week James … Continue reading

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