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In just a couple of years, Docker, an open source platform to improve the development of applications, has taken the virtual world by storm. It has changed approaches to software development among companies large and small, especially...
Arif Kabir believes it's time for the User Experience (UX) of the Canvas LMS to "refresh." But competitors should not start delighting on anybody's misfortunes just yet. The LMS space is...
I am the mentor of an up-and-coming middle management planner in an ASEAN country. Mentor is a huge word: I more or less make sure she keeps her professional goals in order and on track. A few...
Corrections made on July 25th, 2019. The “Poodll guy," author of the famed media recording plugin family to which he owe his name, is announcing EnglishCentral. A plugin for Moodle-based Learning Management Systems allows...
The CLO of nonprofit International Society for Technology in Education took a stroll around last month's Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. Joseph South made an educated, if not necessarily representative of the show nor 2019 EdTech at large. Still,...
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In the digital space, organizations can unravel branding opportunities associated with learning. For those who wish to remain relevant technologically as well as in the conversations, there is little choice but to set up internal insight-generation processes. R&D operations are...
More CanvasNews! https://twitter.com/CanvasLMS/status/1021909592811491329 After a brief trial period disguised as a Board President stint, Dan Goldsmith was finally promoted to the top suite. He replaces Josh Coates, who decided to move on after an 8-year tenure. The leadership differences are subtle,...
Thought experiment: If a corporation finds a way to reach massive levels of revenue by using Moodle, without contributing to its open source development in any capacity, should Moodle reconsider the way it licenses its software? This is the situation...
The modern LMS experience is a three-legged stool, where its strategic use gets compromised if any of the three legs is not up to par. The ability to secure quality, provide support, and build upon previous learning in each...
The litmus test for whether LMS data is likely to become a worthwhile effort in an organization is simple: Is it leading to new or better conversations? The opposite scenario, entailing a set of analytics, data, or "big data" initiatives,...