Entries by Phil Hill

USciences eLearning Conference: Keynote on future of learning platforms

At the recent University of the Sciences eLearning 3.0 conference in Philadelphia, held in conjunction with the Northeast eLearning Consortium, I had the opportunity to present a keynote on the future of learning platforms. Rod Murray, publisher of Rod’s Pulse Podcast, hosted the event, and he just put up a video of the presentation as […]


Welcome to the PhilOnEdTech blog

After nearly 8 years co-publishing the e-Literate blog, and after nearly 7 years in business at MindWires with Michael Feldstein, we  are moving on. Michael is leaving MindWires and focusing his efforts on the Empirical Educator Project with e-Literate closely aligned. We plan to accelerate our consulting work at MindWires, our market analysis work with […]


Christensen Scorecard: Data visualization of US postsecondary institution closures and mergers

In 2013, Harvard Business professor Clayton Christensen made a bold prediction based on his ubiquitous innovation theory that maybe half of all postsecondary institutions could close within 10-15 years. (source: https://youtu.be/KYVdf5xyD8I, starting at 6:25) The scary thing is that 15 years from now, maybe half of the universities will be in bankruptcy, including the state […]