Learning Technology

Cloud Migration Strategy: The Timing is Always Right

March, 2020 The decision making around how to move forward and enhance your current offerings or even just get started in the Cloud keeps getting more challenging. When should you step back and re-evaluate your efforts or think about developing a cloud strategy for the first time?

News from the latest IMS meeting: Feb 2020 Summit on Digital Credentials

March, 2020 The quarterly IMS meetings typically combine organization workgroups and meetings with a technology summit. The most recent IMS meeting in Atlanta was particularly interesting for me because the summit was on Digital Credentials, which is an area that I have recently started learning more about.

Agile in Real Life

November, 2019 Agile software development has been around for years and everyone wants in. How do you successfully manage your project in an agile fashion while still giving the business teams what they need with respect to budget, deliverables, and timeline when all of these items are at odds and go against the core Agile philosophies? Here is a real-life perspective of Agile project management from two Scrum Master, PMP, and Agile Practitioner Certified project managers.

Unicon Technologists to Deliver 11 Presentations at the Open Apereo 2019 Conference

Unicon, Inc., a leading EdTech consulting and digital services company specializing in open source applications that support and enhance teaching and learning, will be leading and participating in a total of 11 technical workshops, presentations, and showcase demos at the upcoming Open Apereo 2019 conference in Los Angeles, CA, June 2-6, 2019.

Reinforcement Learning in the Classroom

May, 2019 With the chatbot in the classroom, we have the opportunity to enhance the way the classroom works. There are many examples in academic settings and commercial offerings of providing technology-driven guidance or "personalized learning." If we can offload some of the personalization workload from teachers, they can devote even more time to understanding overall class progress and providing highly specialized interventions and individualized instruction.