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Opening Up the LMS Walled Garden

In yesterday’s post I described where I (and many others) see the LMS market heading in terms of interoperability. At the same time, the LMS does a very poor job at providing a lot of the learning technologies desired by … Continue reading

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LMS and Open: The false binary is based on past, not future markets

D’Arcy Norman has an excellent blog post up titled “On the false binary of LMS vs. Open” that captures a false framing issue. We’re pushed into a false binary position – either you’re on the side of the evil LMS, working … Continue reading

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The Emerging Landscape of Educational Delivery Models

Part 2 in this series, on a key difference in educational delivery methods, can be found here. Traditional education or online education. In the past decade it seems that the dominant conversation has been around the potential for online learning, … Continue reading

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Regulatory Barriers to Innovation for Ed Tech and Open Education

Over the past few weeks there has been a significant backlash growing against SOPA (the anti-piracy bills introduced in Congress) – read here or here for background.  The biggest change since the bills were introduced is that big technology vendors … Continue reading

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David Wiley on DIY U

Since it was David Wiley’s unique blend of relentless idealism and can-do pragmatism that first convinced me to give the open education movement a closer look, I was curious to know what he thought of the discussion about DIY U … Continue reading

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