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Instructional-Design-Live #26 Transition or Transformation: Implementing a New LMS

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Moodle MugInspired by a number of discussions at the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning in Madison Wisconsin,  we consider the process of transitioning from a proprietary learning management system such as Blackboard to an open source system such as Moodle. Keith Lynip, director of Extended Learning Services at The University of Montana, discusses the nature of this process from the request for information from vendors to the selection of an open-source provider. Questions such as how to support faculty in this transition/transformation process are addressed.

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Aug 13, 2010 10:02:01 AM - IDL 26: TRANSITION OR TRANSFORMATION: IMPLEMENTING A NEW LMS
 
03:24 - Robert
especially in terms of open source
 
10:28 - Robert
yes
 
10:29 - Keith
we can.
 
10:30 - Mary
yes
 
10:34 - Marlene
Yes, good sound.
 
11:28 - Tim Doherty
Thanks, that would be great!
 
11:42 - Tim Doherty
Tim's email: tdoherty@rivier.edu
 
11:56 - Keith
got it. thanks.
 
14:23 - Robert
lost you there
 
14:26 - Mary
we lost you keith.
 
14:37 - Tim Doherty
I seem to have lost audio.
 
18:07 - Keith
terrible!
 
18:09 - Keith
sorry.
 
18:56 - Marlene
Keith, Robert can edit the recording afterwards so most of this will be fine.
 
20:16 - Tim Doherty
I can suggest one pitfall in the initial process.
 
20:45 - Robert
Please do. the mic is yours after Keith has finished speaking
 
20:48 - Mary
Tim, please do so (you can take the mic to do so when Keith is done answering this question)
 
21:23 - Robert
Interesting
 
24:56 - Mary
thanks, Marlene
 
25:46 - Keith
ah, ok.
 
27:40 - Tim Doherty
Makes complete sense.
 
30:18 - Keith
good point.
 
32:58 - Keith
thanks robert.
 
33:08 - Marlene
Thanks, everyone.
 
33:11 - Tim Doherty
Thanks, everyone--very grateful for the conversation!
 
33:11 - Mary
Thanks, Keith. And you too, Robert, for moderating the session.
 


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