D2L continues to impress with product, adds new execs that might be able to address company challenges.
D2L continues to improve the LMS user experience and move to cloud hosting in a manner quite different than Blackboard’s move to Learn Ultra.
As we expand our coverage of academic LMS usage, we are sharing preliminary data on the K-12 LMS Market. It’s another version of the Big Four, this time with Moodle, Canvas, Google Classroom, and Schoology.
With the new release of LMS market data for the US and Canada for higher education, we see Canvas and Brightspace continuing to gain, and Blackboard continuing to lose share.
In a major decision, the University of Wisconsin System – D2L’s flagship customer since 2002 – has finished its LMS evaluation and plans to migrate to Canvas.
D2L has been on a roll lately, tightening the LMS market into a two-horse race with Canvas for new implementations. At their Fusion users conference, there were signs of real changes in how they listen to customers.
New view of North American LMS market share, this time scaled by institutional enrollments. Second part in series.