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

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:

References

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Published
2014-12-25
How to Cite
PRATT, Gary L.; DEAN, David E.. 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, [S.l.], v. 12, p. 177-181, dec. 2014. ISSN 2309-1460. Available at: <http://ccjournals.eu/ojs/index.php/nocote/article/view/708>. Date accessed: 19 sep. 2017.
Section
Cloud-based learning management systems