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  • Pearson’s Born-Digital Move and Frequency of Updates July 18, 2019
    Pearson is going digital first and updating its editions more frequently. According to the higher ed press, frequent updates to a software product is now a bad thing. The post Pearson’s Born-Digital Move and Frequency of Updates appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Instructure DIG and Student Early Warning Systems July 12, 2019
    What is a retention early warning system? What is it good for? What are its limitations? And how are its failings representative of the unfulfilled potential of so many ed tech products? You've got questions, we've got answers. The post Instructure DIG and Student Early Warning Systems appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Learning Engineering: A Caliper Example July 3, 2019
    In this post, I explore the relationship between learning engineering and learning design, talk about language as a design artifact, and provide an example about how Caliper could be the centerpiece of a learning engineering process for developing better learning analytics. The post Learning Engineering: A Caliper Example appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • EEP 2019: The Invisible Miracle of Learning July 1, 2019
    One of the challenges facing higher education is a huge amount of tacit knowledge—things that we don't know we know—about both our academic expertise and our teaching expertise. We need to make that knowledge explicit in order to make progress. This post unpacks a peculiar kind of literacy problem. The post EEP 2019: The Invisible Miracle of Learning ap […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Instructure is not “the New Blackboard” June 12, 2019
    Eleven months ago, I wrote a post about Instructure entering its "awkward teenage years." That was a setup for the inevitable alternative metaphor that was coming, along with Instructure's inevitable fall from grace. Now that they're off the pedestal, it's time to address the crazy way we talk about ed tech companies. The post Instru […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • The IMS at an Inflection Point June 11, 2019
    The IMS has been amazingly successful. I take a deep dive into both the what and the why, and then look at how the next challenge of learning analytics is going to mean the next decade of interoperability work will be different from the last one. The post The IMS at an Inflection Point appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Building a Better Vendor Ecosystem May 29, 2019
    As promised in my last post, I describe my model for creating a new economy of contribution and collaboration from ed tech vendors, and how I hope to pay for e-Literate (and part of my mortgage) in the process. The post Building a Better Vendor Ecosystem appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Understanding the New e-Literate Ecosystem May 28, 2019
    e-Literate is changing its URL, its look and feel and, most importantly, is morphing into a much broader organization with multiple functions. This post provides an overview of the new world. The post Understanding the New e-Literate Ecosystem appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Welcome to the New e-Literate May 20, 2019
    Everything old is new again The post Welcome to the New e-Literate appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Major Changes at e-Literate and MindWires May 19, 2019
    Act 1 ends. Act 2 begins. The post Major Changes at e-Literate and MindWires appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • EEP 2019 Will Be Live Audiostreamed May 1, 2019
    The revolution will be televised. Eventually. For now, there will be audio. The post EEP 2019 Will Be Live Audiostreamed appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Carnegie Mellon and Lumen Learning Announce EEP-Relevant Collaboration April 15, 2019
    This is a great example of the kind of collaboration I expect to see more of from the Empirical Educator Project and CMU's OpenSimon contribution. The post Carnegie Mellon and Lumen Learning Announce EEP-Relevant Collaboration appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • EEP, EDwhy, and Seeds April 3, 2019
    EDwhy: The answer may be 42, but what's the question? The post EEP, EDwhy, and Seeds appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein
  • Christensen Scorecard: Data visualization of US postsecondary institution closures and mergers April 2, 2019
    There has been a lot of talk about Christensen's prediction on half of schools closing in a decade without much real data . . . until now. The post Christensen Scorecard: Data visualization of US postsecondary institution closures and mergers appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Phil Hill
  • Empirical Educator Project/CMU Updates March 31, 2019
    A $100 million initiative in a 500-word press release. The post Empirical Educator Project/CMU Updates appeared first on e-Literate. […]
    Michael Feldstein

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