Read how one school district went from using six learning management systems to just one!
The schools within DeKalb County School District (DCSD) enjoy a great deal of autonomy in the way they use instructional technology. But one consequence of that freedom was the existence of six learning management systems (LMSs) across the district, which meant that accessing courses, delivering curriculum updates and retrieving student data was a time-consuming and inefficient process for content area coordinators and other district-level personnel.
They resolved to switch to one standardized LMS platform district-wide to streamline instructional and workflow processes as well as:
• Manage, organize, and update their curriculum
• Serve as part of the district blended instruction model for early adopter teacher group
• Support district’s device-agnostic infrastructure and cloud-based applications
Read the entire case study here.
Posted on May 31, 2016
by David Hyde