Eleven months ago, I wrote a post about Instructure entering its “awkward teenage years.” That was a setup for the inevitable alternative metaphor that was coming, along with Instructure’s inevitable fall from grace. Now that they’re off the pedestal, it’s time to address the crazy way we talk about ed tech companies.
The most important questions will remain unanswered for some time to come.
We’re listening, but we’re just not feeling it.
The LMS world’s odd couple is breaking up.
Numerical milestones generally don’t matter. Except when they do.
As of July 6th, our data partner LISTedTECH informs us that Canvas is now the primary LMS in more US colleges and universities than Blackboard Learn. By a margin of two; Canvas has 1,218 installations, while Blackboard Learn has 1,216. Statistically speaking, the two companies are tied for US market share: Still, this is a […]
While Blackboard is still losing customers domestically and likely to continue doing so over the next 12 months, there are definite signs of life.