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M. Feldstein (e-Literate)

  • 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
  • Instructure’s Proposed Acquisition is a Bad Risk for Everyone January 5, 2020
    It has to be said. The post Instructure’s Proposed Acquisition is a Bad Risk for Everyone appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Announcing a Lesson-level Interoperability Standards Effort December 17, 2019
    We are working toward interoperability that can preserve pedagogical intent in learning designs. The post Announcing a Lesson-level Interoperability Standards Effort appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Pedagogical Intent and Designing for Inquiry December 6, 2019
    This is a version of my recent IMS talk on why the educational software interoperability challenges of the next decade will be different from the ones of the past. The post Pedagogical Intent and Designing for Inquiry appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • D2L Steps Up for EEP December 5, 2019
    The company is modeling the kind of behavior that we need from commercial vendors to support academia's transition to a culture of evidence-based educational practices. The post D2L Steps Up for EEP appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Our First Standard of Proof Webinar, on Beating Summer Melt December 4, 2019
    The AdmitHub/GSU webinar on summer melt is now available to view as a video. Get it while it's hot! The post Our First Standard of Proof Webinar, on Beating Summer Melt appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Summer Melt November 14, 2019
    You really want to come to this webinar. Truly! The post Summer Melt appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Overcoming Barriers to Enrollment: Can AI Increase Student Success? November 5, 2019
    Higher ed administrators are likely familiar with “summer melt” – the phenomenon in which students are admitted to college, accept, but never show up on campus. It most often impacts first-generation college students who run into challenges during the enrollment process—often bureaucratic ones, like getting a health form or a parental signature—and don’t hav […]
    John Prusinski
  • The Crumbling of the OpenEd Coalition November 1, 2019
    OpenEd as we know it is dead. Long live open education. The post The Crumbling of the OpenEd Coalition appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Announcing the Standard of Proof Webinar Series October 28, 2019
    In a recent post, I wrote about my experience on the EDUCAUSE exhibition hall looking for vendors with proof that their products actually help students and how this is an example of the more general problem: Right now, higher education has very poor signals to quickly distinguish between those vendors who can prove that their […] The post Announcing the Stan […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • What I Didn’t See at EDUCAUSE October 21, 2019
    Until I looked really, really hard. The post What I Didn’t See at EDUCAUSE appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein

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