Report on Shift in Learning Management System Market

May 17, 2016

The days of a college being stuck with its learning management system until it is forced to switch may be coming to an end, according to a new report by the ed-tech blog e-Literate. Thanks to advances in interoperability standards, which simplify the process of moving data from one system to another, more colleges are shopping around for new systems, according to the report. Based on data from the market research firm LISTedTECH, Blackboard still controls a plurality of the market (34 percent), followed by Moodle (25 percent), Instructure (14 percent) and D2L (11 percent).

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