Tag Archives: MRI13

Learner-Centered Analytics: Example from UW La Crosse MOOC research

By Phil HillMore Posts (477) Last week I wrote a post What Harvard and MIT could learn from the University of Phoenix about analytics. As a recap, my argument was: Beyond data aggregated over the entire course, the Harvard and MIT edX data … Continue reading

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e-Literate TV and Community-Negotiated Focus

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) The goal of e-Literate TV (ETV) is to help school communities develop a working consensus around how they can use learning technologies to achieve important educational goals. For example, we’d like to be able to help … Continue reading

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e-Literate TV Interviews from MRI13 Now Available

By Phil HillMore Posts (477) In December 2013 Michael I attended the MOOC Research Initiative Conference (aka #MRI13 or “The greatest MOOC conference in the history of MOOCs”). Thanks to a grant funded by the Gates Foundation through Athabasca University, we … Continue reading

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MOOC history as presented at AACN13 conference

By Phil HillMore Posts (477) With all of the great discussions spawned by the “greatest MOOC conference in the history of MOOCs” (MRI13), it seems a good time to share a segment of a keynote presentation I gave last year on … Continue reading

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Changing the Narrative

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) As Phil mentioned, he and I were both lucky to attend the MOOC Research Initiative conference, which was a real tour de force. Jim Groom observed that even the famously curmudgeonly Stephen Downes appeared to be enjoying … Continue reading

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