SEI Case Brief: Reconsidering the LMS: Two Perspectives
Putting Evidence in the Open: The Transition from Blackboard Vista to Moodle
Nicole Harris, e-Learning Applications Developer, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Carolina Charlotte
J. Garvey Pyke, Associate Director, Center for Teaching & Learning, University of North Carolina Charlotte
This session will tell how the campus central IT broke from tradition to instead give faculty a greater voice and choice throughout the LMS selection and implementation process, including postimplementation enhancements. We will highlight data-collection strategies, development of pilot criteria, and openness strategies used throughout the process. We will identify potential pitfalls and barriers to success and also address the leadership and operational issues for a successful, collaborative process for driving the LMS.
Moving Outside the LMS: Matching Web 2.0 Tools with Your Instructional Purpose
Charles Hodges, Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology, Georgia Southern University
This session will describe the reasons why faculty in the Instructional Technology program at Georgia Southern University have moved outside their institutionally supported LMS for many learning activities. Their decision process for matching various instructional purposes with Web 2.0 tools also will be described.
Professor of Instructional Technology, Georgia Southern University
Garvey PykeDirector, Center for Teaching & Learning, University of North Carolina, Charlotte