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Your Guide to Choosing a Learning Management Platform It takes thoughtful deliberation and evaluation to choose a scalable learning management platform that will meet your institution's needs today and for years to come. Ensuring that a prospective platform aligns with institutional goals, technology infrastructure, and the requirements of an entire learning community—from faculty and administrators to traditional and non-traditional learners alike—will increase the likelihood of a successful implementation. It will also ultimately elevate teaching and learning. On the other hand, a hastily chosen learning management platform may inhibit adoption, fragment users, restrict further integration, and diminish your return on investment. Ultimately, the platform should deliver an open, extensible learning ecosystem that allows schools to build the digital learning environment that solves the unique challenges they face. Here are six considerations when evaluating the right solution for your institution's student, faculty, administrative, and technology needs. Does the learning management platform facilitate engaging, dynamic learning experiences that meet the needs of diverse educators and learners? Is the platform scalable to address changes in enrollment, stang, funding, tech developments, and priorities over time? Does it meet your requirements for security and reliability? Can it increase your institutions' ability to use data and insight for better learning? Can you test performance and capabilities? How will you move from your old system to your new learning management platform? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. key considerations when choosing a learning management platform ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// 6 Key Considerations

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