Tag Archives: MIke Caulfield

Comparing Fully-Online vs Mixed-Course Enrollment Data

By Phil HillMore Posts (460) Mike Caulfield wrote a post yesterday about a new Blackboard report on design findings regarding online students. The focus of Mike’s post was that people often assume that the norm for an “online” student is … Continue reading

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What Homework and Adaptive Platforms Are (and Aren’t) Good For

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1094) I was delighted that we are able to publish Mike Caulfield’s post on how ed tech gets personalization backwards, partly because Mike is such a unique and inventive thinker, but also because he provided such a great … Continue reading

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We Have Personalization Backwards

By Mike CaulfieldMore Posts (6) [Note – an earlier version of the first half of this post was first published at Mike’s Hapgood site. We asked him to make some alterations for the e-Literate audience and republish here. – ed] … Continue reading

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Data To Back Up Concerns Of Textbook Expenditures By First-Generation Students

By Phil HillMore Posts (460) David Wiley has added to the conversation over use of data on college textbook pricing and student spending patterns with “The Practical Cost of Textbooks”. The key argument is to go beyond prices and spending and look at … Continue reading

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Asking What Students Spend On Textbooks Is Very Important, But Insufficient

By Phil HillMore Posts (460) Mike Caulfield responded to my post on data usage to understand college textbook expenditures. The core of my argument is a critique of commonly cited College Board data. That data originating from financial aid offices leads … Continue reading

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