Potential of a learning management system deployed strategically

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The presenters will engage the audience in a conversation of transformation and large scale deployment during a time of rapid change in higher education and budgetary uncertainty. Starting with the lessons learned from the deployment of a learning management system to the 31 colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia and the challenges of serving more than 300,000 students, the presentation will build on this foundation to discuss the future: state MOOCs, multi-agency support, and innovation.

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Potential of a learning management system deployed strategically

  1. 1. Potential of a Learning Management System Deployed Strategically
  2. 2. Agenda  University System of Georgia (USG) Facts  D2L Implementation – What We Have Learned  Usage Statistics  Acting as a System  Valued USG Community Interaction  Moving Forward
  3. 3. University System of Georgia Facts  30 (of 31) Public Higher Education Institutions in Georgia  314,365 Current Enrollments  10,453 Full-time Instructors  5,306 Part-time Instructors  2,100 Other Instructors  ~120 Institutional LMS Administrators
  4. 4. D2L Implementation What We Have Learned  Academia-led Effort  Infrastructure  Pre-Negotiated Add-ons
  5. 5. D2L Statistics (ITS Hosted) Spring 2013  36.3 Million – Max Production Hits Per Day  324,433 – Max Active Users Per Day  18 Million – Total Logins Since Start of Term  16.9T – Content Store
  6. 6. D2L Statistics (cont.)  100% - Uptime Since Inception on X Production Instance  99.99% - Uptime Since Inception on Q Production Instance  322,347 – Total Migrated Courses (to date)  ~99% - Success Rate of Course Conversion
  7. 7. Acting as a System  Pervasive System-wide D2L usage benefits – LMS Analytics – MOOCs – Cost Efficiencies – Potential DOE Adoptions – Transfer Articulations, AP Coursework, Online Collaboratives
  8. 8. Community Teams  Institutional LMS Administrators (~120)  GeorgiaVIEW Functional Advisory Committee (GFAC ~ 12)  GeorgiaVIEW Strategic Advisory Board (~15)  GeorgiaVIEW Steering Committee (~8)
  9. 9. Community Meetings Tactical  LMS Administrators Conference (Thursdays @10 a.m.) Operational  LMS Administrators Retreats (Bi-Annually)  GFAC Conference (Monthly) Strategic  GeorgiaVIEW Steering Committee (Monthly)  GeorgiaVIEW Strategic Advisory Board (Quarterly)
  10. 10. Moving Forward  Implementation Success  Increased Adoption  Analytics  MOOCs  Campus Choice
  11. 11. Questions? Curtis A. Carver, Ph.D. Vice Chancellor and CIO University System of Georgia Information Technology Services 404-962-3300 Curt.Carver@usg.edu Barry K. Robinson Director, GeorgiaVIEW University System of Georgia Information Technology Services 706-583-2168 Barry.Robinson@usg.edu

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