Learning Management

San Joaquin Valley College Turns to Desire2Learn as Foundation of Outcome Based Educational Experience

To support the school's focus and accreditation process, SJVC needed a learning environment that offered a high level of assessment for an outcome-based institution.

WebStudy Releases Mobile Application

Mobile app for WebStudy Learning is written in Apple iOS and Android native languages to maximize interactive capabilities

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Grading Trends Get Attention

An infographic by OnlineColleges.net analyzes today’s students’ study habits, as well as grade inflation, to suggest that college grading may be getting easier. Whatever the case, grading methods have certainly changed over the years.

James Wollack, director of University of Wisconsin-Madison testing and evaluation services and an expert in educational measurement, says grading used to be dominated by test scores: fail a final and you’d flunk the course.

Michigan State University Gives Faculty the Power of Choice with Desire2Learn Learning Suite

Desire2Learn's Intuitive User Interface Empowers Faculty with the Freedom to Choose the Learning Tools that Engage their Students

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Bretford® Introduces Learning Commons Resource Center; Begins Fall/Winter Webinar Series on Agile Learning Spaces

Learning Commons Provides Customers/Partners with Relevant Research, Examples and Expertise; Enhanced Webinar Series on Agile Learning Spaces Begins September 27

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Contra Costa Community College District Implements Desire2Learn® Learning Suite as Single Platform for Three Distinct Colleges

With upwards of 60,000 students accessing the learning platform, Contra Costa selects Desire2Learn, citing the system's ease of use and capability to meet the needs of a diverse student population

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Moodlerooms Announces Plans for Digital Content Integrations for joule

Moodlerooms today announced plans to develop digital content integrations with leading education publishers to support clients using the enterprise joule® platform. The planned integrations – expected to be available in the coming months – would give students and instructors direct access to rich publisher content and tools directly within the learning management system (LMS).

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