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  2. Instructure - Wikipedia

    Instructure, Inc. is an educational technology based in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It is the developer and publisher of Canvas, a web-based learning management system (LMS), and MasteryConnect, an assessment management system. The company is owned by private-equity firm Thoma Bravo . Contents 1 History 2 Products 2.1 Canvas

  3. Vermont releases student-elected snowplow names. Vermont Agency of Transportation workers Joe Ruzzo, Ron Laplante and Seth Kimball, from left, post at the side of "Big Bessie," a snowplow truck ...

  4. CU Online - Wikipedia

    Each online course is developed to convey and teach the same content and material as its on-campus counterpart, but in a way that’s conducive to the web-based modality. Each student is assigned a homepage in order to: Access courses Participate in class discussions (threaded discussions and ‘chat’ with peers) Find assignments, lectures, and exams

  5. Online learning in higher education - Wikipedia

    Online learning involves courses offered by primary institutions that are 100% virtual. Online learning, or virtual classes offered over the internet, is contrasted with traditional courses taken in a brick-and-mortar school building. It is a development in distance education that expanded in the 1990s with the spread of the commercial Internet ...

  6. Talk:List of learning management systems - Wikipedia

    Instructure is the company name, not the LMS. The LMS for the company is Canvas. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 15:49, 28 April 2011 (UTC) There are plenty of other wikipedia pages that don't require "notability" requirements, for example Comparison of Survey Software. Why is this list different and who gets to decide?

  7. Fairview High School (Sherwood, Ohio) - Wikipedia

    In 1958, all high school students in the area that would come to be known as the Central Local School District came to Farmer High School. Since the title of “Farmer” was inaccurate, considering that students from Mark Center, Sherwood, Ney as well as Farmer attended, administrators decided that the school needed a new name. It was then ...

  8. Learning management system - Wikipedia

    A learning management system ( LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of educational courses, training programs, or learning and development programs. [1] The learning management system concept emerged directly from e-Learning.