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Most Common SIS and LMS Used in Community Colleges

Community colleges are often an afterthought in the HigherEd world. Yet, in the United States, there are almost 1,500 institutions, and in Canada, a little over 200. These community colleges north of the 28th parallel register more than 5.5 million students. It is time to specifically showcase community colleges in a post. Today, we want ... Most Common SIS and LMS Used in Community Colleges  Read More

An Overview of the North American LMS Market (K-12 and HigherEd)

Note: This post combines all K-12 School Districts and HigherEd Institutions in North America. The North American LMS market has evolved a lot over the past decade. The change is not in the proposed solutions but in the leading systems. In 2013, the two leading products were Moodle (35%) followed by Blackboard (25%). Today, Canvas ... An Overview of the North American LMS Market (K-12 and HigherEd)  Read More

SIS and LMS Used in School Districts

Have you ever asked yourself: which SIS is used with a given LMS? When an institution considers replacing its learning management system, it may want to know what is the most implemented LMS with its current SIS. At ListEdTech, this type of question fuels our creativity as we like to better understand the data we ... SIS and LMS Used in School Districts  Read More
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The Educause Post Got Traction

Last week’s post got lots of coverage. Some bloggers played with the data to build alternative versions of some graphs, while others commented on the post and generated many remarks on reposts. I would like to thank everyone who shared the Educause post or commented on it. It’s good to see that the edtech community ... The Educause Post Got Traction  Read More

Does the Educause Exhibitor’s Floor Plan Reflect Market Trends in HigherEd IT? The 2022 Update

This week, it’s Educause annual conference with its second in-person participation after the online-only pandemic year. After the 2021 conference, we wrote about the floor plan possibly reflecting the market trend. Will this year’s floor plan show the same results? Research Methodology I first retrieved all floor plans and exhibitors’ lists since 2012 (except for ... Does the Educause Exhibitor’s Floor Plan Reflect Market Trends in HigherEd IT? The 2022 Update  Read More

Update on the K-12 LMS Historical Market

In June 2021, we published an update on the K-12 learning management systems. At the time, we had not noticed that some numbers did not adequately represent the market. Having adjusted our scrapers at the end of 2021, we then published an update. This post presents the most recent data we amassed on K-12 LMS ... Update on the K-12 LMS Historical Market  Read More

Shifting Enrollments in US Colleges During the Pandemic: Going Online

With the late August release of IPEDS enrollment data, we have new, important views into the enrolment shifts that have occurred across US higher education. Specifically, another year of 12-month enrollment data was released- allowing for more segmented measurements of how the impact of the pandemic has been playing out in terms of shifting enrollments ... Shifting Enrollments in US Colleges During the Pandemic: Going Online  Read More
Active Implementations for its learning in North America

itslearning Exits the US Market

Last week, we found a document that said: “During the 2021-2022 school year, itsLearing [sic] announced it was ending service to all of North America.” At first, we were surprised but tried to understand the announcement. We contacted Phil Hill to get his input on the itslearning move. “[I] knew they were exploring options but ... itslearning Exits the US Market  Read More

Farewell, Edmodo!

On August 15, 2022, the learning management system community learned it was about to lose one of its members. As mentioned in the Twitter announcement, Edmodo will sunset its LMS portal (its only product) on September 22, 2022. What led to this decision? At first, we tried to understand why NetDragon (the owner of Edmodo ... Farewell, Edmodo!  Read More

My Take Away From the D2L Fusion Conference

I was invited to attend this year’s D2L Fusion Conference. This was my first D2L conference. It was held in Boston (Mass.), July 20-22, 2022. Instead of welcoming the regular 1,000 participants, the conference hosted around 700 attendees. The attendance drop is due, you guess it, to the COVID-19 virus and the travel difficulties it brings. ... My Take Away From the D2L Fusion Conference  Read More

Justin’s Thoughts on Anthology Together

Earlier this month, I was invited to attend the annual Anthology/Blackboard conference, entitled Anthology Together. This was my first time attending an Anthology or a Blackboard conference. The conference took place at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort in Orlando (Florida) from July 11th to July 14th, 2022 and had about 2,200 total attendees. I must say that ... Justin’s Thoughts on Anthology Together  Read More

Class Acquires Collaborate: Two Visions Emerge

On May 19, 2022, Class and Anthology announced they have signed a definitive agreement for Class to acquire Anthology’s Blackboard Collaborate virtual classroom tool. While Class doubles down on a future with Zoom and Blackboard Collaborate as a virtual classroom tool, Anthology goes all-in on its Blackboard Ultra LMS. Collaborate and Class: The Numbers Before ... Class Acquires Collaborate: Two Visions Emerge  Read More

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