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Michael Feldstein's presentation to UMassOnline about the future of the LMS, from August 2010.

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    W(h)ither the LMS? W(h)ither the LMS? Presentation Transcript

    • W(h)ither the LMS? Michael Feldstein 8.5.2010
    • The Genesis of Online Learning CC: adebⓞnd
    • In the Beginning, There Was eMail… CC: nashworld
    • …and Shared Files CC: redjar
    • Then We Saw Groupware… Julian Robicheax
    • …and We Genuflected CC: Camera Wences
    • The Modern LMS CC: redjar
    • Characteristics of Today’s LMS
      • Private
      • Class-centric
      • Role-focused
      • Self-contained
      • Institution-oriented
      • 1990s architecture
    • But the World Has Changed 2010 architecture 1990s architecture Inter- and extra-institutional Institution-oriented Integrated Self-contained Relationship-focused Role-focused Person-centric Class-centric Permeable Private Need Have
    • Should We Throw the LMS Away? CC: Axel Schwenke
    • Step 1 Internet architecture Enterprise architecture Inter- and extra-institutional Institution-oriented Integrated Self-contained Relationship-focused Role-focused Person-centric Class-centric Permeable Private Need Have
    • Two Integrations That Work Today CC: _ Yoshi _
    • Learning Information Services Student Admin
    • SIS Person External Academic System ( LMS, Social Network, Wiki, etc.) Course Enrollment IMS LIS 2.0: Logical Architecture Grades/ Outcomes
    • LIS Integrations
      • Existing Today
      • Oracle SAIP (released Aug 2008)
      • Sakai (available in all distributions)
      • Moodle (only via Moodlerooms)
      • Schools on Facebook
      • In Progress
      • Sungard
      • Desire2Learn
      • Pearson (eCollege and MyLabs)
      • Planned
      • Blackboard
    • Learning Tool Integration
      • Problem: Need to integrate the long tail of learning tools with the LMS
      • Solution
        • Build a standard plug-in for all LMSs
        • Tool and Content Providers can build one integration and use it in any LMS that supports the standard
        • Start simple and then expand feature sets to allow market to adjust over time and insure that engineering due diligence is being done – phased release
    • LEARNING TOOL L T I PHP Java App Engine Wookie... ...
    • Certified - LMS
      • PowerLink for Blackboard WebCT v8
      • Building Block for Blackboard Learn v9
      • Desire2Learn Learning Environment v8.4
      • Desire2Learn Learning Environment v9.0
      • Jenzabar JICS v7.2
      • Learning Objects Campus Pack v4
      • Sakai v2.7
      • Sakai 3 v0.4
    • Certified - Tool
      • Learning Objects Campus Pack v4
      • SpACE v0.5 (Spatial Activities in Course Environments, map application)
      • WebPA v1 (online peer assessment application)
    • Caution: Demo Ahead CC: mag3737
    • Oracle HQ Unicon HQ U Michigan Peoplesoft Campus Solutions Integration Broker SAIP LIS Sakai CLE Sakora LIS BLTI Portlet Wordpress MediaWiki IMS BLTI IMS LIS BLTI BLTI
    • More Integration Needed
    • BUT Integration Isn’t Everything CC: urbanwoodchuck
    • Hard to Bolt On
      • Permeability
      • Person-centric
      • Relationship-focused
      • Inter- and extra-institutional
      • 2010 architecture
    • Blank Sheets of Paper
      • Agilix BrainHoney
      • Instructure Canvas
      • NIXTY
      • Sakai 3
    • About Sakai 3
      • Complete ground-up rewrite (and rethink)
      • Heavily based on existing open source projects
      • Commercial-friendly open source license
      • Heavily standards-based (e.g., JCR, OSGi, OpenSocial, BLTI, LIS, etc.)
      • Service-Oriented
      • Multi-tenant
      • Design-driven
    • Sakai 3 Themes
      • Everything is Content
      • Everything is Wiki’ed
      • Everything is Social
      • Everything is Permeable
      • Everything is Widgets
    • Sakai 3 Status
      • Several years in incubation
      • Deployed for non-course sites at Cambridge
      • Managed project has begun
        • 12 months with quarterly milestones
        • Participants include NYU, Cambridge, Berkeley, Charles Sturt, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Cape Town, Stanford
        • NYU, Berkeley, and Cambridge all deploying soon
    • We Need a Bridge from Old to New CC: Daquella manera
    • Standards Save the Day
    • To Sum Up…
      • Current-generation LMSs are old designs built to meet old needs
      • The LMS needs to evolve or be replaced
      • I believe it can evolve and is evolving
      • Current-generation systems are evolving primarily through better integration support
      • Next-generation systems being built right now will further this evolution
      • Current-generation and next-generation systems will need to co-exist and integrate for some time to come
      • The LMS also needs to integrate with the rest of the academic enterprise
    • Questions? CC: CRASH:candy