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Vendor Finalists Selected

April 6, 2017

The Learning Management System (LMS) Evaluation and Selection Project is pleased to announce the Faculty and IT working groups have completed the initial review of LMS vendor proposals. Proposals were evaluated based on seven criteria, including the following: user experience, software and technical, timeline and implementation, support and training, security...

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Results are in for the campus learning management surveys

March 15, 2017

In the fall, the LMS Evaluation and Selection Project Team conducted a study to gather feedback about faculty and graduate teaching assistant experiences with Desire2Learn (D2L) and other learning management systems (LMS) they have been using. Reports on the results of the student study and faculty survey are now available...

Townhall

Hear the results of Learning Management System evaluation surveys

Feb. 17, 2017

Earlier this month, Mary Kraus, vice provost and associate vice chancellor for Undergraduate Education, and Larry Levine, associate vice chancellor and chief information officer, updated the campus about a faculty- and student-driven initiative that seeks to evaluate the campus’ learning management system (LMS). In late fall, the LMS Evaluation project...

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Evaluating our Campus Learning Management System: RFP released

Feb. 2, 2017

In the fall, we let you know about a faculty- and student-driven initiative that seeks to evaluate the campus’ learning management system, Desire2Learn (D2L), and other learning management systems (LMS) to determine which LMS would best meet CU Boulder’s teaching, learning and administrative needs. We want to keep you informed...

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Students - Survey on D2L and other learning management systems now open

Dec. 13, 2016

As part of our campus-wide initiative to evaluate D2L and other learning management systems (LMS) , CU Boulder is launching a student-wide survey to help us understand students' experiences with the existing LMSs used on campus. The feedback you provide will inform future campus decisions about learning management systems. Our...

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Teaching? Survey on learning management systems seeks your input

Nov. 17, 2016

Last month, we shared with you that the university is at the beginning of a faculty- and student-driven initiative to evaluate D2L and other learning management systems (LMS). Our goal is to determine whether D2L is the best tool to meet CU Boulder’s teaching, learning and administrative needs or if...

Provost Russell Moore

LMS Evaluation & Selection Initiative Kick-Off

Nov. 2, 2016

Provost Russell Moore The Learning Management System (LMS) Evaluation and Selection Initiative kicked off on October 20 with key stakeholders from across the CU Boulder campus and CU System. Provost Moore, along with Mary Kraus and Larry Levine, voiced their support for the endeavor and responded to questions and comments...

Larry Levine and Mary Kraus

Evaluating our Campus Learning Management System

Oct. 19, 2016

Larry Levine and Mary Kraus In order to fulfill its academic mission, the University of Colorado Boulder requires a robust academic technology ecosystem that meets many needs; at a minimum, it must be easy to use, accessible, flexible, reliable, and secure. For the past five years, Desire2Learn (D2L) has served...

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