Tag Archives: open education

Empowering Students in Open Research

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1052) Phil and I will be writing a twice-monthly column for the Chronicle’s new Re:Learning section. In my inaugural column, “Muy Loco Parentis,” I write about how schools make data privacy decisions on behalf of the … Continue reading

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Is Open Education a Movement?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1052) Phil and I had a wonderful time co-keynoting the OpenEd 2015 conference. It was a hoot. Here is the spectacular graphic depiction of the keynote done by Tracy Kelly from BC Campus: And here is … Continue reading

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Vendors as Traditional Revolutionaries

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1052) In a post titled “The LMS for Traditional Revolutionaries,” Instructure’s VP of Research and Education for Canvas Jared Stein responded to my LMS rant with some numbers and some thoughts about the role of the … Continue reading

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Walled Gardens, #GamerGate, and Open Education

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1052) There were a number of interesting responses to my recent LMS rant. I’m going to address a couple of them in short posts, starting with this comment: …The training wheels aren’t just for the faculty, … Continue reading

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Opening Up the LMS Walled Garden

By Phil HillMore Posts (385) 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 … Continue reading

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