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Implementing an LMS that complements an unprecedented 1:1 iPad initiative.
Shifting to open-source curriculum and course content.
Finding a K-20 LMS solution for a digital broadcast network serving education institutions statewide.
Giving 11 K-12 schools the most bang for their district-grant buck.
Improving teacher efficiency and becoming the hub for Marshfield’s entire 1:1 initiative.
Selecting an LMS that not only justifies but enhances a newly adopted 1:1 laptop program.
Uniting a district of 84 schools by opting for an LMS that supports both virtual and classroom programs in a consistent way.
Moving from perpetually outdated textbooks to an LMS that integrates with existing digital tools and is “device agnostic.”
Discovering a match made in cloud-based heaven with Canvas LMS and Chromebooks.
Pairing the best possible LMS with a staggering number of brand new, student-wielded iPads.
Choosing an LMS to complement a district-wide BYOD program.
Making the change to an innovative LMS for innovative preK-12 education.
Executing a last-minute transition to an LMS that facilitates timely grading in a distance-learning environment.
Allowing students to drive the decision-making process around selecting a new LMS.
Discovering an LMS that helps distance-learning students feel connected to peers and teachers.
Switching to Canvas to more clearly demonstrate student progress and strengthen the focus on student success.
Using test accounts and users of varying expertise to select the most accessible of several potential LMS offerings.
Upgrading to an LMS that would facilitate innovation and increase engagement at one of Canada's most cutting-edge universities.
Graduating to Canvas in order to better serve three separate campuses with distinct eLearning needs.
Switching from Moodle to Canvas, and seeing big gains in efficiency, flexibility, reliability, and adoption.
Knowing when to put the old LMS out to pasture and bump up to better usability, interactivity, and integrative opportunities.
Becoming an early adopter, as one of the first major institutions to implement Canvas.
Finding a technological solution to support a new learning-outcomes-based program.
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