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LMS Is The Minivan of Education (and other thoughts from #LILI15)

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) During yesterday’s K-20 learning platform panel at IMS Global’s Learning Impact Leadership Institute (the panel that replaced the LMS Smackdown of year’s past), Scott Jaschik started the discussion off by asking “what is the LMS?”. As I … Continue reading

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2U Learning Platform Update: Removal of Moodle, addition of accessibility options

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) 2U has now been a public company for over a year, and that had what is easily the most successful education IPO in recent history. Shares have almost doubled from $13.00 at IPO to $25.50 last … Continue reading

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Back To The Future: Looking at LMS forecasts from 2011 – 2014

By Phil HillMore Posts (316) At today’s Learning Analytics and Knowledge 2015 conference (#LAK15), Charles Severance (aka Dr. Chuck) gave the morning keynote organized around the theme of going back in time to see what people (myself and Richard Katz … Continue reading

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Blueprint for a Post-LMS, Part 5

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) In parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of this series, I laid out a model for a learning platform that is designed to support discussion-centric courses. I emphasized how learning design and platform design have … Continue reading

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Blueprint for a Post-LMS, Part 2

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) In the first post of this series, I identified four design goals for a learning platform that would be well suited for discussion-based courses: Kill the grade book in order to get faculty away from … Continue reading

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