It takes a «village» to select a learning management system – or – How you can benefit from a collaborative statewide LMS selection process
Gary L. Pratt
Information Technology Division, Eastern Washington University, 304 Sutton Hall, Cheney, 99004, Washington, USA
David E. Dean
Information Technology Division, Eastern Washington University, 304 Sutton Hall, Cheney, 99004, Washington, USA
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Keywords

«Cloud Based» LMS

How to Cite

Pratt, G., & Dean, D. (2014). It takes a «village» to select a learning management system – or – How you can benefit from a collaborative statewide LMS selection process. New Computer Technology, 12, 177-181. Retrieved from http://ccjournals.eu/ojs/index.php/nocote/article/view/708
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Abstract

The purpose – presentations benefit from a Collaborative Statewide LMS Selection Process, the main task – selection of a new «Cloud Based» Learning Management System (LMS), the object – «Cloud Based» LMS, the subject – a new «Cloud Based» LMS at Eastern Washington University (EWU) in Washington State in the USA, the main research methods – analysis and experiment.

General description of the project, including examples or evidence that shows success, and the cost effectiveness of the initiative:

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