Blackboard's Campus LMS Share Slips

November 2011
Educational Marketer;11/7/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 22, p7
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The article reports that universities and colleges in the U.S. are hinting to pull-back from reliance on Blackboard Inc. as provider of choice for their learning management system (LSM). It cites the 2011 Campus Computing Survey which indicated that the percentage of institutions that name Blackboard as the as the campus standard LMS has decline to 50.6%. It notes that competitors of the company, including the Desire2Learn, has gained share.


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