Tag Archives: learning analytics

One Thing Blackboard is Doing Right

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1069) After Monday’s post on my confusion with Blackboard’s overall Learn strategy, I thought I would follow up with a reminder that there is one really important area where there are strong early signs that Blackboard is … Continue reading

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Blueprint for a post-LMS, Part 3

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1069) In the first part of this series, I identified four design goals for a learning platform that supports conversation-based courses. In the second part, I brought up a use case of a kind of faculty … Continue reading

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The Quotable Justin Reich: MOOC research needs to reboot

By Phil HillMore Posts (402) Thanks to Audrey Watters I just read a new article in Science Magazine and publicly posted here by Justin Reich, the lead researcher for HarvardX (Harvard’s implementation of edX and associated research team). Justin calls out the limitations of … Continue reading

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On False Binaries, Walled Gardens, and Moneyball

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1069) 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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Desire2Wha?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1069) It would be deeply unfair of me to mock Blackboard for having a messy but substantive keynote presentation and not give equal time to D2L’s remarkable press release, pithily entitled “D2L Supercharges Its Integrated Learning … Continue reading

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