My father likes to say, “Never ascribe to malice that which simple stupidity can explain.” I read this as a story of good intentions with horrific execution.
We are working toward interoperability that can preserve pedagogical intent in learning designs.
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.
OER implementation gets a major investor with a lot of leverage in the market.
David Wiley has a really interesting post up about Lumen Learning’s new personalized learning platform. Here’s an excerpt: A typical high-level approach to personalization might include: building up an internal model of what a student knows and can do, algorithmically interrogating that model, and providing the learner with a unique set of learning experiences based […]
The basic underlying theme of the 2015 GSV Ed Innovation conference is “more is more.” There were more people, more presentations, more deal-making, more celebrities…more of everything, really. If you previously thought that the conference and the deal-making behind it was awesome, you would probably find this year to be awesomer. If you thought it […]
We’ve just published our fourth episode in the e-Literate TV pilot series. This one is about CourseWare. Frequent e-Literate readers will know that this is a topic Phil and I think is important and growing in importance. You’re most likely to have heard of the products from the big publishers—Pearson’s CourseConnect, McGraw Hill’s SmartBooks, Cengage’s […]