Phil Hill (@PhilOnEdTech) is Publisher of the PhilOnEdTech blog and Partner at MindWires, LLC. Market Analyst. Craft Beer Connoisseur. Dad and Grandpa. These are just a few of the hats that Phil Hill wears.

Phil is a lifelong learner who transitioned to educational technology consulting after working in the engineering field for many years. Consulting was a natural fit for him, as he has a unique gift for providing practical, thoughtful advice, and he isn’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers. He is notorious in the EdTech world for his ability to spot and describe major trends and implications for the broader market, and his unique graphics and visual presentations have been widely used in the industry.

Previously Phil was an independent consultant and worked with numerous clients, including Western Governors University, California Community College System, UCLA, Bournemouth University, Lumen Learning, Coursera, multiple investment firms, and others.

In addition to PhilOnEdTech, Phil has written for EDUCAUSE Review, Inside Higher Ed, and the Washington Post. He has also been interviewed and quoted at National Public Radio, Inside Higher Ed, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, Buzzfeed Education (10 Ways to Tell If Your LMS Is Cheating on You!), and Washington Business Journal.

Phil Hill’s most recent posts

The Great Conflation

Welcome to our newsletter! The rebranding this week and addition of a premium tier that adds extended coverage is going well, even if it is a little nerve-racking. As a reminder: On EdTech is free and comes out 1 - 2 times per week; On EdTech…

On EdTech: Announcing expanded coverage

I am excited to announce that we are expanding our coverage with the blog and newsletter to give readers new options. The core blog is not changing other than the name and logo - PhilOnEdTech will be rebranded as On EdTech over the next month.…

Lest I Understate The Issue

On Wednesday I wrote about the US Department of Education's announcements on a review of OPM revenue sharing agreements (specifically by re-considering the bundled services exception from 2011 guidance) and the vast expansion of the definition…