Postscript on D2L Fusion and LMS Market Slowdown

Despite some wins for D2L this summer, we maintain our view that the LMS market has slowed down since last year with fewer competitive bids available.
InstructureCon Keynote and Purpose

InstructureCon 2019: A study in contrasts

Instructure is going through changes, with contrasting views apparent between 2015 and 2019 and between executives and staff.

Pearson's Digital-First Textbook Initiative and Student Choice

This morning Pearson announced a bold move into a digital-first world for textbook publishing, as described by Inside Higher Ed: Pearson, like many publishers in higher education, has long signaled its intent to move from print textbooks…

2019: The year that Blackboard Learn Ultra is fully in production

As I was planning my conference time for this summer's LMS user conferences, something struck me with the BbWorld19 agenda that needs to be stated publicly and explicitly. Our five-year journey of Learn Ultra is coming / Learn Ultra is late…

Update on Academic LMS Market Slowdown

The trend continues for the academic LMS market - slower than last year - and we're about to find out if this trend will reverse.

Postscript on College Scorecard, OPMs, and Simmons University

The answer to questions on initial program-level data is not firm conclusions (yet) but an opportunity to share more information.

Visualizations of Program-Level College Scorecard Data on Student Debt

Taking initial reports on the new program-level College Scorecard student debt data and putting into tables and charts

USciences eLearning Conference: Keynote on future of learning platforms

At the recent University of the Sciences eLearning 3.0 conference in Philadelphia, held in conjunction with the Northeast eLearning Consortium, I had the opportunity to present a keynote on the future of learning platforms. Rod Murray, publisher…