Tag Archives: MOOC

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

By Phil HillMore Posts (307) 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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The Battle for Open and MOOC Completion Rates

By Phil HillMore Posts (307) Yesterday I wrote a post on the 20 Million Minds blog about Martin Weller’s new book The Battle for Open: How openness won and why it doesn’t feel like victory. Exploring different aspects of open in higher … Continue reading

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Upcoming EDUCAUSE Webinars on Dec 4th and Dec 8th

By Phil HillMore Posts (307) Michael and I will be participating in two upcoming EDUCAUSE webinars. Massive and Open: A Flipped Webinar about What We Are Learning On Thursday, December 4th from 1:00–2:00 p.m. ET we will be joined by George … Continue reading

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LISTedTECH: New wiki site and great visualizations

By Phil HillMore Posts (307) Last year I wrote about a relatively new site offering very interesting data and visualizations in the ed tech world. LISTedTECH was created by Justin Menard, who is Business Intelligence Senior Analyst at University of Ottawa. First of all, … Continue reading

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Keynote: The Year After the Year of the MOOC

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Here’s a talk I gave recently at the CIT event in Duke. In addition to being very nice and gracious, the Duke folks impressed me with how many faculty they have who are not only … Continue reading

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