The College of Charleston has gone public with its years-long transition to Desire2Learn's learning management system, Learning Suite.
A panel of leading technologists, educators, and vendors discusses the future of the LMS and the innovations needed to make it integral to 21st century learning.
Gartner researcher Marti Harris provides her perspective on the Blackboard acquisition and what it means for the company and its customers.
Blackboard reported it's being acquired by a private equity firm with a big stake in the education market.
For the LMS to remain relevant in higher education, it must move beyond the classroom and integrate seamlessly with the learning opportunities presented by the Web.
An acquisition done by Desire2Learn in November 2010 is extending its reach. The learning management system vendor has announced a new mobile developer program to encourage programmers to expand the functionality of the company's mobile platform, Desire2Learn Campus Life.
Educators who work in virtual worlds, such as Second Life, can now use a hosted learning management system (LMS) designed specifically to work within that virtual environment.
Determined to make introductory college science courses more manageable for students, two professors at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC, are developing a digital textbook based on the free, open-source learning management system Moodle.
Two large education companies have started pilots to test out a new joint service to help students get through developmental mathematics.
A community college in Arizona is teaming up with the New York Times to produce online teacher preparation courses.