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D'Arcy Norman

Cole, I completely agree here. It might not fully replace the Big LMS (at least initially), but a loosely bound suite of smaller tools that work together intelligently just might be able to produce a better mousetrap...


I'll say ... I am so tired of the one size fits all approach of the current LMS tools. We use ANGEL at our University and it just doesn't get it done. All of those tools seem like they are stuck on a bad version 1.0 from 1998 ... its time for a little innovation and a little shake up.

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