Instructure Enters those Awkward Teenage Years

Michael Feldstein, e-Literate, Aug 07, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is a really patronizing article from Michael Feldstein about the emergence of Instructure into the mainstream. "Being perceived as the market leader is a fraught position for them," he writes, "Both because of that change and because they are now a publicly traded company, Instructure is in the process of becoming...something else. We're not sure what it is yet, exactly, although there are some signs of what may be to come. Whatever it is, it will have to be more of an adult company. Instructure can't get away with crashing the other guy's party and passing out snarky T-shirts anymore. It has to grow up."

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