IMS Report On Learning Technology Satisfaction and Trends

Michael Feldstein, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Feb 14, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I'd like to know why IMS is forcing people to register before allowing them to see this document? What are they doing with the data? Has IMS become the AdDoubleClick of the education world? Anyhow, Michael Feldstein provides us with an informed summary. Of note: "The amount of money spent on content and content authoring tools dwarfs everything else... it becomes crystal clear that making high-quality, free, re-usable content available (and findable) is absolutely imperative from an institutional cost perspective." David Wiley also summarizes the report and notes, "the two top-rated sources of digital content, including all commercial and other sources, were Google Search and Wikipedia."
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