New release of LMS market data for the US and Canada for higher education, with a market in transition.
State of Higher Ed LMS Market for US and Canada: Fall 2017 Edition
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.
State of Higher Ed LMS Market for US and Canada: Spring 2017 Edition
Our latest LMS market report is out, and with it the semi-annual update of the famous squid graph.
Update: LMS Usage In Large Online Programs (Top 50 in US)
By: Phil Hill and Justin Menard. Cross-posted at LISTedTECH Three and a half years ago Phil wrote a post “Snapshot of LMS Market for Large Online Programs in the US” giving a view into this growing segment of higher education. Large online enrollment institutions typically mean a centrally-coordinated provision of online courses, often with duplicate course […]
MarketsandMarkets: Getting the LMS market wrong
New LMS market analysis with a leader list that includes a company that is retiring its LMS and ignores the company who has a 5x lead in new implementations for its core market? Sign me up. Over the next week or two, we plan several posts at e-Literate based on the various LMS users conferences we recently […]
State of Higher Ed LMS Market for US and Canada: Spring 2016 Edition
This is the eighth year I have shared the LMS market share graphic, commonly known as the squid graphic, for (mostly) US higher education. The original idea remains – to give a picture of the LMS market in one page, highlighting the story of the market over time. The key to the graphic is that […]
LearningStudio and OpenClass End-Of-Life: Pearson is getting out of LMS market
Pearson has notified customers that LearningStudio will be shut down as a standalone LMS over the next 2-3 years. Created from the Pearson acquisition of both eCollege and Fronter, LearningStudio has been targeted primarily at fully-online programs and associated hybrid programs – not for simple augmentation of face-to-face classes. The customer base has mostly included for-profit institutions […]