Higher Ed. Institutions Continue to Find Open Source Solutions Attractive

November 2008
Educational Marketer;11/10/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 22, p1
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The article reports on a survey by the Campus Computing Project which revealed the move to an open source learning management system by higher education institutions in the U.S. It mentions that interest was the highest option for the institution's migration to an open source learning management systems. Moreover, a chart is presented depicting the migration to open source or software-as-a-service of institutions by 2013.


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