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Kimmaree Murday

Senior Education Specialist

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana


Kimmaree Murday
Mark Aaron Bond

Director, Networked Learning Development and Design

Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, Virginia


Mark Aaron Bond
Alina Nevins

Academic Technologist

Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut


Alina Nevins
Elise Mueller

Academic Technology Consultant

Duke University

Durham, North Carolina


Elise Mueller
Collaboration for a Positive-Sum Outcome: An Interview with Ira H. Fuchs
May 31, 2011

In a world where so many budget choices reduce to zero-sum or even negative-sum, multi-institutional collaboration is one of the few options that allow the possibility of a significantly positi…

October 18, 2011

rSmart provides a fully supported path to adopt and sustain community-developed learning, research, and administrative software developed together with the Sakai and Kuali open source communities. …

The Evolving LMS Market, Part I and Part II
December 21, 2010

In this post,the author discusses what the data are telling us so far about the recent shifts in the market, describe how colleges and universities come to decide that they need to go to market f…

In Potential Blow to Open-Source Software, Mellon Foundation Closes Grant Program
January 6, 2010

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is eliminating a grant program that financed a series of high-profile university software projects and merging it into another program. …

Selecting and Implementing a Course Management System for Your Campus
August 5, 2009

The course management system has become an integral part of institutional technology and academic operations, such that institutions invest a significant amount of time and effort in identifying,…

Stephen Marquard

Learning Technologies Coordinator

University of Cape Town

Cape Town


Stephen Marquard

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