On his blog e-Literate, Michael Feldstein argues that we get the educational technologies we ask for, and if we don’t ask for anything different, we’re only going to get more of the same:
Here’s the hard truth: While Jonathan [Rees] wants to think of the LMS as “training wheels” for the internet (like AOL was), there is overwhelming evidence that lots of faculty want those training wheels. They ask for them. And when given a chance to take the training wheels off, they usually don’t.
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Original Article: Dammit, the LMS