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Posted 22 days ago by Charles Severance
I use the attendance tool as my “basic” Tsugi tool. I recorded five videos showing how this tool works and showing how you can write a tsugi tool several ways: – A single PHP file with the controller and view – A Silex+Twig application – A JQuery + Handlebars application – A single page application […]
Posted 22 days ago by Matthew Buckett
Lecture Capture (Replay) The Lecture Capture service (called Replay) has been available across the University for a number of months now. The service is free of charge to departments at the point of use, this means that the software which is used … Continue reading →
Posted 22 days ago by Jill Fresen
Lecture Capture (Replay) See our earlier post about how to add the Replay tool to a WebLearn site (which provides access to the Panopto web site (where the recordings are hosted) via the ‘Recorded Lectures’ link on the left hand menu). The … Continue reading →
Posted 22 days ago by Jill Fresen
Are you a local WebLearn coordinator (or administrator) and are you aware of your responsibilities regarding your unit’s WebLearn presence? Register to attend the lunch time session offered free of charge by IT Services (Mon 12 June 2017, 12:30 – … Continue reading →
Posted 24 days ago by Charles Severance
Note: This is only my own personal opinion. It does not reflect the opinion of any of the organizations I work for or work with. I am often asked why the University of Michigan and other schools that founded Sakai and built it for over ten years have left Sakai and moved to Canvas as […]
Posted 26 days ago by Michael Feldstein
By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) A few weeks ago, I recommended an EdSurge piece by the Clayton Christensen Institute’s Julia Freeland Fisher. It featured this graph of refrigerator vs. washing machine diffusion: I saw this same image featured ... [More] last week in … Continue reading → The post Recommended Reading: With or Without EdTech appeared first on e-Literate. [Less]
Posted 26 days ago by Charles Severance
This is a bit of a belated post but I figured that I needed to complete the story. If you recall, I worked as a consultant for Longsight starting March 2014. My employment at Longsight ended July 31, 2016 (last year). Leaving Longsight was a mutual agreement. I was on the Longsight payroll so that […]
Posted 26 days ago by Michael Feldstein
By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1104) In 2005, some colleagues and I had been tasked with identifying a single LMS that could serve the needs of all 64 campuses of the State University of New York—from Adirondack Community College to SUNY … Continue ... [More] reading → The post A Flexible, Interoperable Digital Learning Platform: Are We There Yet? appeared first on e-Literate. [Less]
Posted 28 days ago by Phil Hill
By Phil HillMore Posts (477) This is the ninth year I have shared the LMS market share graphic, commonly known as the squid graphic, for US and Canadian higher education. The original idea remains – to give a picture of the … Continue reading → The ... [More] post State of Higher Ed LMS Market for US and Canada: Spring 2017 Edition appeared first on e-Literate. [Less]
Posted 28 days ago by Phil Hill
By Phil HillMore Posts (477) Barnes & Noble Education (BNED) announced today that they have a deal with Unizin to provide predictive analytics services through the LoudSight platform to the consortium’s member universities. As covered by Inside ... [More] Higher Ed: BNED, … Continue reading → The post Barnes & Noble Education’s Predictive Analytics Deal With Unizin appeared first on e-Literate. [Less]