The Campus LMS: Bound to the System
LeighAHall
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Acadly. thanks for the response! I do think it’s important to note that LMS’ are a business. They have to make money, and they design things in ways that will make money and can be sold. I think, from a teaching point of view, that it’s an issue when people just accept the LMS. People need to be questioning any tool they use and any structure they are given. We need to consider what it says about teaching and learning and what we think about that message. We can’t just be happy that a university subscribed to something and then use it blindly. I look forward to digging through your site!

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