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The question is lopsided by necessity. The latest to pose it is amateur historian Jonathan Rees for Inside Higher Ed, on a post the prey of passionate debate one neighborhood over on the Canvas community pages. It demands a...
For all the passion and back-and-forth about whose LMS is 'it' —a particularly North American hobby—, it might seem as if teachers on either LMS make for sworn enemy factions. Reality could not differ any further. Moodle HQ and...
Credentialing services help trace learning outcomes, possibly across institutions and platforms, in a standardized, evidence-based way that should also be subject to public scrutiny. Since we know what they are, perhaps the better question to ask today is: How...
The latest e-Literate report on “active LMS” shows Moodle as the incontrovertible LMS leader in global Higher Ed for primary and secondary systems, including North America. Assuming it uses data provided by self-reporting service LISTedTECH from the last month,...
The perpetual brawl in the US higher ed LMS market makes headlines everywhere. Meanwhile, the growth of the global EdTech industry dwarfs the stakes. If we generously round up the total market value of both Instructure Canvas and Blackboard...
With a press release at moodle.com, the open source LMS announces the end of Moodlerooms, and the general partnership with EdTech Goliath Blackboard dating to 2012, after its acquisition of Moodlerooms Inc. and many other Moodle Partners. Was the...
Canvas seems to have caught up with Blackboard in the US higher ed LMS market. To counter the noise, here is an adjective-free timeline of the media frenzy that followed focusing on new facts they offer. Good or bad...
College student paper The Dickinsonian’s Jessica Oren reports on the objections and measures a group of professors is taking to prevent the college from transitioning from Moodle to Canvas LMS, which was initially scheduled sometime in 2019, but has...
Another day, another university citing performance and reliability issues among the reasons why it decided to jump over to Canvas, in lieu of Moodle, as the institutional LMS. This time, for the CSUN Sundial, Tandy Lau reports on the end...
As announced last November, Instructure, the parent company of Moodle competitor Canvas LMS, has acquired Practice, a “video microlearning assessment company.” Instructure bets on encouraging users to record themselves literally practicing a skill to increase the level of “feedback...