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M. Feldstein (e-Literate)

  • How Macmillan Tests Its Products with Faculty Help April 6, 2020
    Macmillan Learning describes their contribution to impact research and transparency during the early stages of EdTech product development. The post How Macmillan Tests Its Products with Faculty Help appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • The Resilience Network Supply Chain March 31, 2020
    Getting supplies to the front-line workers The post The Resilience Network Supply Chain appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • The Christensen Institute’s Calbright Position is Dangerously Dogmatic March 29, 2020
    It's time to lay an unsuccessful idea to rest. The post The Christensen Institute’s Calbright Position is Dangerously Dogmatic appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Resilience Network: Resources March 22, 2020
    We have our own respirator, test kit, and N95 mask distribution problem. The post Resilience Network: Resources appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Please License Your COVID-19 Resources CC-BY or Public Domain March 17, 2020
    Now is not the time to hold back. The post Please License Your COVID-19 Resources CC-BY or Public Domain appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • COVID-19 and e-Literate March 16, 2020
    How can I help? The post COVID-19 and e-Literate appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Standard of Proof Webinars March 10, 2020
    Webinars, past and future (including one tomorrow)! The post Standard of Proof Webinars appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Driving Toward a Degree: It Takes a Village to Increase Graduation Rates March 10, 2020
    Improving degree completion has been a hot topic for both mission- sustainability-related reasons. There are so many different experiments and approaches being undertaken that it can be hard to tell what works and what to pay attention to. Tyton Partners, using a clever mixed method research approach, has identified institutions that are having a real impact […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Results You Can Trust: Building a Rigorous and Relevant Portfolio of Evidence of the Efficacy of Edtech February 27, 2020
    March 11th, 2020: Educational technology has the potential to innovate pedagogy, but the focus on instructor and student perceptions of tools, and the lack of rigorous and relevant evidence of effectiveness has resulted in false starts and frustrations. In 2017, with the development of their next generation platform Achieve, Macmillan Learning established an […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • “We Really Need to Talk…” Now. February 24, 2020
    As academia faces change, it is crucial that we hone our skills at confronting these challenges together in a productive manner. The post “We Really Need to Talk…” Now. appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Susan Baldridge
  • What’s Next for Instructure? February 19, 2020
    Goldsmith is gone. Now what? The post What’s Next for Instructure? appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • The Future of Work for Academia February 17, 2020
    Academic work is evolving too. We need to think about how we are preparing and "reskilling" academic workers. The post The Future of Work for Academia appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • SoP Webinar on Instructional Designer Professional Development February 6, 2020
    What's the future of YOUR work as an educator? The post SoP Webinar on Instructional Designer Professional Development appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Competency-based Credentials for Educational Professionals: LX Pathways from iDesign February 4, 2020
    February 20th, 2020: Colleges and universities face a surprising new skills gap within their own ranks: instructional designers. With instructional design job postings increasing by as much as triple, the demand for trained instructional design professionals is far outpacing supply. Higher education is facing a shortage of talent—and evidence-based practice […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Instructure’s Better Possible Future January 19, 2020
    Do the right thing. Please. The post Instructure’s Better Possible Future appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein

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