Profile of Ellis BookerTechnology Journalist
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Ellis Booker has held senior editorial posts at a number of A-list IT publications, including UBM's InternetWeek, Mecklermedia's Web Week, and IDG's Computerworld. At Computerworld, he led Internet and electronic commerce coverage in the early days of the web and was responsible for creating its weekly Internet Page. Most recently, he was editor-in-chief of Crain Communication Inc.ís BtoB, the only magazine devoted to covering the intersection of business strategy and business marketing. He ran BtoB, as well as its sister title Media Business, for a decade. He is based in Evanston, Ill.
Articles by Ellis Booker
posted in January 2013
Focused on "workplace skills," Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online pursues a different agenda than other companies that offer massive online open courses.
Ford predictive analytics group lead Michael Cavaretta talks big data, machine learning and what he looks for in new hires.
As venture capitalists pour money into educational technology companies, some wonder whether they are just building a new bubble.
Dr. Josh Sullivan, VP at consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, talks hiring challenges, big data consortiums, and more.
Massive open online courses are forcing institutions to consider how to offer course credit and verify student identities.
Death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz renews debate over online content and copyright.
Higher education representatives and online education providers tussle over the impact of online, computer-mediated instruction on college students, faculty and budgets.
AgilOne targets retailers lacking the technical infrastructure or personnel to develop a predictive customer model in-house.
Free Web app for course creation and management has become increasingly popular since its arrival a decade ago.
We sat down with Mike Capone, senior VP and CIO at HR software provider ADP, to discuss career decisions, analytics trends and more.