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Corrections made on 3-29. Learning systems are adopting the cloud in increasing numbers. In the LMS arena, Canvas LMS runs an entirely cloud-based operations, while Blackboard continues to offer three deployment options - self-hosted, managed-hosted, and SaaS. With Moodle, organizations...
Disponible en Español. Brian Carlson, CEO of Moodle Partner eThink Education, reports in Learning Solutions Magazine that last February Moodle surpassed the 100 million user mark worldwide. Over a hundred thousand installations serving K-12, higher, and corporate education around the world...
In the States it's Educause this week, one of the largest education technology conferences in the world and a premier event for making a splash in edtech. It's an opportunity for vendors from around the world to showcase their...
Update note: originally the title to this post was "Another Look at Eliademy, a free alternative to Moodle" which might have been misleading implying that Moodle isn't free. Rather I was thinking of the cloud-based nature of Eliademy (and...
TechCrunch recently highlighted Eliademy, a site created by CBTec which they mentioned is compatible with Moodle. The MOOC engine is in the mold of Coursera or Udemy (though minus the fees, lineup of A+ Professors and VC millions).  The...
Another new LMS launches almost every week to higher ed or k12 clients around the world (just recently we've seen OpenClass by publishing giant Pearson announced to some fanfare). In other news reports of Blackboard and new-comer, Instructure being...
For Participants/Attendees only (but there's still time to sign up to win free registration, do it now!) on Saturday during the iMoot there is a panel which will "wrestle with the question 'What makes a great Moodle course?'" But this...
It's basically the gist of the press release and ensuing media coverage of "Canvas" by Instructure, a fledgling learning management software company from Utah.  Their base level LMS was announced as the newest open source player to much hoopla...