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Slides from workshop at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) in preparation for their LMS needs assessment / selection project.

Slides from workshop at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) in preparation for their LMS needs assessment / selection project.

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  • 1. Cuyahoga Community College LMS Workshop March 18, 2014 ! ! Presented by: Phil Hill, Molly Langstaff and Michael Feldstein MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog
  • 2. MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog 9:30a   ! Welcome,  Introduc4on  of  MindWires,  Background  of  project   Overview  of  workshop   Goals  for  Academic  Technology  at  Tri-­‐C   What  are  you  trying  to  accomplish  with  technology  to  support  teaching  and  learning? Sasha   Phil   Group   Discussion,   Michael 10:00a LMS  Landscape  (45  min)   •  LMS  Market  Share  for  HE   •  Technology  Adop4on  Curve   •  Holis4c  view  of  learning  plaTorm  environment   •  Market  External  Forces:  Private  Equity,  Venture  Capital,  Ins4tu4onal  Investment Phil 10:45a Update  on  LMS  Vendor  demos.  What  did  we  learn  from  demos?  What  ques4ons  were  raised  by   demos?  (30  min) Group   Discussion 11:15a   LMS  Market  Trends  (45  min)   •  Future  shape  of  LMS  market   •  Impact  of  Cloud  Services   •  Learning  Analy4cs   •  Associated  topics  such  as  Mobile  Compu4ng,  eTextbooks,  Courseware,  and  Social  learning Phil 12:00a Q&A  /  Lunch   1:00p   LMS  Market  Trends  –  How  do  these  trends  apply  to  Tri-­‐C  and  direc4ons  for  technology-­‐ enhanced  instruc4on?  (60  min) Group   Discussion 2:00p LMS  Review  Project  Update  &  Status  (60  min)  ▪ Framework  for  project  –  not  your  typical  RFP   process.     ▪ Status  on  surveys   ▪ Focus  groups     ▪ One-­‐on-­‐one  interviews Phil  &  Sasha,   Group   Discussion 3:00 Wrap-­‐up,  next  steps  (15  min)
  • 3. LMS Landscape
  • 4. • One one hand, the market is saturated - almost all schools have standard LMS • On the other hand, the usage of LMS is typically shallow - mostly syllabus and content sharing • Broader faculty adoption requires more complete support Trend: Broader Adoption
  • 5. • System stability and reliability - too many outages for too long • Feature bloat - too many features at expense of usability • Very light or shallow adoption by faculty • Primary benefits have been administrative Problems in LMS Market
  • 6. LMS as Hub, or Platform • Farewell to the enterprise LMS market, hello to the Learning Platform market • Interoperability with tools
  • 7. Source: Mary Meeker / Liang Wu KPCB
  • 8. LMS Market Trends
  • 9. Trend: Many Market Entries, Not All Succeed
  • 10. New Market Entries
  • 11. Trend: Cloud-Based Hosting • Three primary hosting models • Self-hosting is becoming the exception • Vendor hosting in non-cloud-native environment growing • Native cloud environments growing
  • 12. Trend: Cloud Platforms, cont’d • No new LMS or learning platform is being developed as enterprise system - all new are cloud platforms • Lore designed 2 LMS systems in ~ 12 months and less than $4M investment • Coursera and Udacity developed platform in less than 12 months
  • 13. Trend: Ed Tech Market
  • 14. Trend: Pricing Power • LMS Market is much more competitive than 3 years ago • For schools going through selection process, they often find significant cost savings (we’ve seen 50%+ in some cases)
  • 15. Learning Analytics
  • 16. Trend: Focus on Content / LMS Interaction • All major academic publishers working with most major LMS solutions for deeper integration with digital content • Rise of Courseware • IMS / LTI Standards are key
  • 17. The Course as a Product:Then and Now Enter the of Courseware
  • 18. Typical LMS Select & Implementation Projects
  • 19. LMS Selection Process RFI = Request for Information RFP = Request for Proposal
  • 20. Phil Hill: Molly Langstaff: Michael Feldstein: ! Web Site: ! e-Literate Blog: