Important Update: Stephen Gilfus, Founder of Blackboard, speaking at Business Breakfast About Education Industry Forum Breakfast Briefings This platform for education operators, investors and the community of specialists that bring quality to education businesses continues to give members of the for-profit education industry the opportunity to receive current information and stay in contact with a …
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Attendees of Educause 2009 can see tangible evidence of Administrative and Academic Application and Technology Trends
WASHINGTON, DC (Tuesday, October 27th, 2009) – the Gilfus Education Group announced its annual predictions today, foreshadowing major concepts on the horizon for administrative and academic applications, content and technologies.
December 15th 2007
Stephen Gilfus announced today that he will be leaving Blackboard Inc. at the beginning of the new Year in January 2008 to become an independent industry consultant. “Over the last decade I have had the opportunity to serve thousands of institutions with their educational technology needs through my involvement with Blackboard”, said Gilfus, “I am excited that I can now provide an independent perspective on many of the industries past developments while providing extended capabilites to academic insitutitons through agnostic decision making.”
October 1st, 2004
A Networked Learning Environment in the Internet age applies new technology to a very old con-cept—that learning is much more than classes and grades. It is about the learning that takes place in a vibrant community of people and resources. The Internet has removed the limits of time and proximity that once restricted this community. In a true Networked Learning Environment, any student, instructor or researcher can access any learning resource at anytime from anyplace.
Stephen Gilfus, company co-founder and VP of Marketing and Sales and Head of Product Strategy and Development at Blackboard will discuss the CourseInfo package recently purchased by Maricopa and discuss features of their new enterprise product, Campus.