Posts Tagged ‘LMS’

McGraw-Hill via their new product McGraw-Hill Campus provides faculty unlimited access to the company’s entire library, regardless of whether they’re using Mcgraw-Hill textbooks. Resources include eBooks, test banks, PowerPoint slides, animations and learning objects. Students will also be able to access McGraw-Hill resources directly through their LMS  but only those that already provided free by MH.

MH Campus (mhcampus.com) is ingrated (at no additional fee) with most LMS products including Blackboard, D2L, eCollege, Moodle, Sakai, Shibboleth and others. This means there is no additional web site to log into for faculty or students who can access the materials directly from their LMS.

To read full article: http://campustechnology.com/articles/2011/07/18/mcgrawhill-campus-to-make-resources-free-through-any-lms.aspx#


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I’m sitting at work late, prepping for several upcoming meetings and presentations so thought I’d post a set of slides on my predictions for what the future IMS, CMS, eLMS will look like for higher ed.  Those are all fairly interchangeable acronyms and stand for (in order): instructional management system, course management system, and elearning management system.

The Future IMS for Higher Education by Lesley Blicker (Nov 2008)

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