Instructure Opens Code for Its Canvas LMS

February 2011
Educational Marketer;2/14/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p1
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The article reports on the launch of the free open-source Canvas Community Version learning management system by technology firm Instructure in the U.S. Chief executive officer (CEO) Josh Coates asserts that the company aims to promote learning management systems and becoming the standard platform for education. Features of the Community version such as its integration with other Web services and its high-end capacity which can be either installed on site or available via the cloud are offered.


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