In an e-Literate post, Phil Hill presents a “State of the Anglosphere’s Higher Education LMS Market” graph, tracking US, UK, Canada and Australia LMS (learning management system) adoption. For 2013, he concludes that the “same players keep growing (primarily Canvas, followed by Moodle and Desire2Learn), and the same players keep shrinking (primarily Blackboard)”. Both open source and homegrown products are becoming increasingly large in the market share. It would be interesting to see how the trend will continue as education moves towards the digital era, where tablets and other digital devices will become more predominant both inside and outside of the classroom.
See here for the key figure, where it highlights lms companies such as Canvas, Sakai, moodle, Angel learning, Blackboard, Desire2Learn and eCollege.Tags: Australia, Canada, learning management system (LMS), united kingdom (UK), United States (US)
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