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.
Instructure is not the same company it was just a year or two ago. Thanks to public reporting, the changes are out in the open.
If you want story of aggressive migration to SaaS model (public cloud) for an LMS company, look no further than D2L and Brightspace. Transformation to be complete in 2019.
New release of LMS market data for the US and Canada for higher education, with a market in transition.
How many students on LMS? Let us count the ways.
Numerical milestones generally don’t matter. Except when they do.