The resignations of Unizin’s CEO and COO were based on a change in strategy driven by the board of directors, and there will likely be a change in company culture.
Big changes are afoot at Unizin, where their CEO and COO have resigned this week; to be replaced in interim with veteran from Sakai, Kuali initiatives from Indiana University
University of Minnesota board documents clarify that membership in Unizin should be viewed as an annual fee of up to $427.5k and not as one-time fee.
Unizin and (Barnes & Noble-owned) LoudCloud have an analytics deal. Frankly, we’re still not entirely clear on what either organization is doing.
Well this was interesting: Unizin issues an RFP for "Enterprise and Multitentant LMS" https://t.co/kRVSyzQgYI & I owe my wife an engagement ring soon — Phil Hill (@PhilOnEdTech) December 30, 2015 In a blog post from Monday, Unizin announced a public Request For Proposals (RFP) to solicit bids for an enterprise and multitenant LMS. The RFP states its […]
Last week’s EDUCAUSE conference was relatively news free, which is actually a good thing as overall ed tech hype levels have come down. Near the end of the conference, however, I heard from three different sources about a growing backlash against Instructure for their developing plans for Canvas Data and real-time events. “They’re Blackboarding us”, […]
I’m not sure when e-Literate was awarded the exclusive rights for non-PR Unizin coverage, but there were two announcements this week to cover. State University System of Florida Joins The first announcement is an update and confirmation of my recent post about the new associate membership option. If a member institution (one of the 11 members paying […]