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Updated on June 10th, 2019. Kavalerchik's collection is no longer available, but you may find your next favorite Learning Tools Interoperability in one of the following directories: Instructure Canvas Edu Apps at eduappcenter.com (includes LMS-agnostic LTI Apps and set...
Updated on May 29th, 2019. To date, there are no updates on Blackboard's Open Innovation Initiative. Development, however, is ongoing by judging from their GitHub activity. We have reached out to Blackboard and will update accordingly. With the likely goal...
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Learning content creation platform CourseArc is announcing its partnership with Quality Matters, an organization focused in maintaining quality standards and evaluating industry participants. Quality Matters builds a hefty volume of content for workshops and courses walking users through its standard...
According to CEO Bill Ballhaus, Blackboard Learn is “the most complete and robust LMS available on the market today." The past 20 years of Blackboard are summarized as: a digital environment that has now become second nature, a layer of interaction that guarantees...
The Learning Tools Interoperability standard (LTI) is a promising common language for platforms that host “tools,” or applications that can be part of a technology-based learning intervention. Under LTI, a system like Moodle can offer students activities hosted somewhere...
Disponible en Español. Blackboard Inc., the EdTech colossus behind the eponymous Blackboard Learn LMS, ruler of North American colleges, has announced that both their server and cloud versions are fully compatible with the Learning Tools Interoperability standard, version 2.0, by...
By Dasha Sokolova It is high time to look back at what 2016 brought to us. Regarding Moodle, the LMS passed many milestones, bringing new capabilities to millions of educators and students all over the world. Take a look at...
Forbes blogger Jordan Shapiro reviewed the hackaton-born add-in for popular software Microsoft OneNote and wrote: When (…) the accessibility lead for Windows for education showed me the Tools, I was blown away. Learning Tools for OneNote was originally created for dyslexics, but...
Moodle 3.2 is now available for download. It is not a beta or a release candidate. Moodle.com has released an infographic highlighting the changes that come with the release. Thanks to the community of volunteer education technologists that has supported it...