Over the last six months I’ve written about Learning Management Systems (LMS) quite a few times. I’ve asked questions like “Do you really need a Learning Management System?” and “Are SharePoint Composites the future of the Learning Management System?”, and shared some research, like “One third of colleges considering changing their Learning Management System” and “Emerging trends in Learning Management Systems”. And I’ve even provided overviews of some LMS options, like Desire2Learn and Hosting Moodle in the Cloud.
If you’ve been following some of those stories, then you might also be interested in a presentation from the International SharePoint Conference 2012, presented by Dave Coleman, a SharePoint guru, and Alex Bradbeer of the Arts University College Bournemouth. It’s a well told story of migrating an institution from Blackboard to SharePoint, and some of the decisions that they took along the way to deliver the key functionality to their staff and students. I’m sure it would have been better to be there in person, but the slides are pretty self explanatory:
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