Tag Archives: Michael-Staton

There is a Stupid Question: Are You Asking it?

I hate to say this as a former classroom teacher – there is a stupid question in EdTech.  I have to go on the attack because this question is likely one of the biggest roadblocks to innovation.  Is Technology Effective? … Continue reading

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What Are Ed Tech Entrepreneurs Good For?

The recent ASU Education Innovation Summit, which brought together venture capitalists with aspiring ed tech entrepreneurs, created quite a stir in the edublogosphere and the edutwitterverse. A lot of the reaction came from people who were watching from a distance … Continue reading

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

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 that people don’t want to … Continue reading

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SIS to Facebook Direct. Introducing Schools on Facebook.

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 being a thought … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Guest Blogger Michael Staton

Michael is the CEO of a company called Inigral, the company that produces the Facebook Courses application. You may have seen his earlier guest post for the On the Horizon. I have been talking a fair bit with Michael lately … Continue reading

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