Pathways for a Next Generation Learning Environment
A short meeting to introduce you to the “Pathways for a Next Generation Learning Environment” project (Phase 1). http://www.asa.mnscu.edu/educationalinnovations/projects/ngle/index.html
|Next Generation LE Project
|Tuesday, January 5, 2016
|11:00 am | Central Standard Time (Chicago) | 1 hr
||633 316 768
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Dick McMullen and Lesley meeting for site admin trainers.
moving from LMS to LE realizing that it is a mash up, rather then only the systems (especially commercial ones).
MnSCU self-hosted D2L instance is experiencing some issues with possible increasing feature loss
ASA Technology Council. RFP (recommended timeframe)
Schoology, Canvas, Moodle hosting companies, BB and D2L were contacted.
my question was about Drupal, Joomla, Django, Sakai:
Here are some free resources to get your flipped classroom organized.
1. Crash Course
2. Eduvision by FlippedLearning Network
Resources to Create Your Own Lessons:
Learning Management Systems (LMS):
Flipped Schools and Districts to Research:
9. Lake Elmo Elementary in Stillwater, MN
10. Summit Public Schools
Desire2Learn (D2L) is the MnSCU purchased commercial product of CMS.
Prior to D2L, MnSCU paid license to WebCT. WebCT merged with Blackboard, which at the moment is the largest CMS.
in the first decade of the 21st century, dozens of commercial CMS products appeared on the market, but they were gradually absorbed mostly by Blackboard (BB). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Course_Management_System
The advent of Web 2.0 tools, such as blogs and wikis offered viable alternative to the commercial CMS. Further, open source products such as Drupal and Sakai posed additional competition to commercial CRS.
Last but not least, with the advent of cloud computing, a new generation of products are competing with BB and D2L
Alternatives to D2L:
Moodle, Drupal, Sakai
Edmodo, Sophia (http://www.sophia.org/), Piazza, Prulu
Mukurtu CMS (http://mukurtu.org) is a free and open source community archive platform and content management system built on Drupal 7