With demise of Texas ITL, confession on failure of engineering model of personalized learning, and pivot from Jefferson Accelerator, it’s time to revise the Ed Tech Purgatory post.
Almost 30% of Instructure’s higher ed LMS new implementations are international now, with particularly strong growth in Europe.
It’s the new year, and I need to clean out my inbox and do actual work this week. What a perfect time to procrastinate and share some year-in-review info for e-Literate. We changed our email service for e-Literate in early April, and for the first time we’re realizing how much of our readership comes from the listserv […]
This following excerpt is based on a post first published at The Chronicle of Higher Education. With all of the discussion around the role of online education for traditional colleges and universities, over the past month we have seen reminders that key concerns are about people and pedagogy, not technology. And we can thank two […]
As we roll out our upcoming LMS subscription service here at e-Literate (see Michael’s post for initial description), we suspect that many of the e-Literate readers will be interested, but not all. We value the community here at e-Literate and want to ensure that the blog site itself remains as it’s always been – ad […]
An edited version of this post was first published at The Chronicle of Higher Education Let’s admit it, there can be some real tension when a college is faced with choosing a new learning-management system, or any software used by more than one department. Since the decision involves the administrators who will support the system […]
After our coverage of Blackboard’s CEO change last week, we were both interviewed by the Washington Business Journal, with the following lede: Analysts and sources I spoke with Monday, both on and off the record, said the decision to bring on Bill Ballhaus as CEO was a combination of Bhatt failing to make progress building […]