Commercial Education LMS

Commercial Education LMS

  1. 2U (2U)http://2u.com. A MOOC platform with numerous university partners. It is a cloud-based software-as-a-service platform built on top of Moodle and Adobe Connect that combines dynamic course content, blended experiences and live face-to-face classes allows partners to educate and engage students globally.
  2. 30hands Cloud (30hands Learning, Inc.) http://www.30hands.net/. A cloud-based platform for online and blended learning that merges personalized, structured content with social media and student publishing for student-centric learning. Primarily for K-12 schools and districts. Free for teachers.  Also offer 30hands Mobile for iOS and Presio (for windows) for creating presentations including lecture capture.
  3. Academic Systems LMS (Academic Systems) http://www.academicsys.com/. A web-based system. Also offer a Video Conferencing Virtual Class Management System.
  4. Acatar (Acatar) http://www.acatar.com. Developed initially for Carnegie Mellon University for flexibility and a user-friendly interface. They also offer pedagogical and instructional design consulting.
  5. Acrobatiq Enterprise Learning Platform (Acrobatiq – powered by Carnegie Mellon) http://acrobatiq.com. Includes adaptive learning design and strategies. Also offer a catalog of adaptive courseware.  A spinoff from the Carnegie Mellon University Open Learning Initiative.
  6. AdrennaLearn (Adrenna ) http://www.adrenna.com/.Described as a social learning platform.Available for K-12, higher education and corporations.Includes authoring and a virtual classroom (Big Blue Button).Also offer custom course development. Built on Drupal – an open source platform. Purchased by Gilfus Venture Partners in 2013.  Robert Gilfus was a founder of Blackboard and his purpose with this purchase is to compete with Blackboard, Desire2Learn and Instructure Canvas.  He also operates the Gilfus Education Group.
  7. Agilix BrainHoney (Agilix Labs) http://agilix.com/. Free for individuals. Also offer Buzz for personalized learning.
  8. Akuter Management System (Akuter) http://akuter.fr/. Has offices in Vancouver, BC,California and France. Also offered to the corporate sector.
  9. Alma (Alma – School Current Inc.) http://www.getalma.com/. A free unified and simplified SIS/LMS system for K-12.
  10. AmpleTrails Academe Learning Management System (AmpleTrails) http://ampletrails.com/. Part of a suite that includes Attendance Management, Video Lecture Composition and Delivery, and an Institute Management System (IMS) as well as collaboration and content development tools.
  11. Amrita University A-VIEW 3.0 (Amrita Virtual Interactive E-Learning World) (Amrita University, India) http://aview.in.An eLearning platform developed by Amrita University and the Indian Institute of Technology with government support. Any institution of higher education can now use A-VIEW free of charge.
  12. Amvonet (Amvonet (AVE INTERVISION L.L.C.)) http://www.amvonet.com/. An eLearning management, collaboration and authoring suite that includes a virtual classroom with Moodle integration.  Marketed to both corporations and education.
  13. Angel Learninghttp://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Learn/ANGEL-Resources.aspx. Purchased by Blackboard in May, 2009. Blackboard still offersBlackboard Learn Angel Edition. It is still used by a large number of institutions but Blackboard is encouraging them to migrate to Blackboard may discontinue support of Angel soon.
  14. Apple iTunes U (Apple Inc.) http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/. Institutions with iTunes accounts can use iTunes U for publishing courses.
  15. ANI Sakai Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE) (Asahi Net International, Inc.) http://anisakai.com/.Asahi Net International is a Japanese Internet service provider that purchased the Sakai division of rSmart in April, 2013 and offers Sakai CLE (open source) as a service.
  16. Blackboard CourseSites (Blackboard Inc.) https://www.coursesites.com/webapps/Bb-sites-course-creation-BBLEARN/pages/index.html.A “free” (up to five course websites) cloud-based LMS with authoring from Blackboard.
  17. BlackboardLearn(Blackboard Inc.) http://www.blackboard.com/us/.The dominant vendor in the education market. Tin Can API enabled. Other offerings include Engage for social learning and Collaborate – a virtual classroom. See note under Corporate LMS.
  18. Blender VLC (Virtual Learning Center) (SRG Technology, LLC) http://www.srgtech.com/. Focus on health care, education, and public safety sectors. It is a cloud-based, modular instructional solution.
  19. BrainX (BrainX) http://www.brainx.com/. A system that claims to build a profile for each learner and use a “patented learning technology” to help them learn.  Marketed to both corporations and education.  Also a custom course developer.
  20. BriteClass http://briteclass.com/. A “classroom extension platform that provides collaborative features for in-class learning, social tools for online learning, and tools for review and study of class video recordings.” Offer trial accounts.
  21. CampusCE LMS (CampusCE) http://www.campusce.com/. Both LMS and LCMS. The CE stands for Continuing Education.  Primary market is higher education but also market to corporations.
  22. Campus Management CampusVue Portal (Campus Management Corp.) http://campusmanagement.com. A portal for students and administrators that uses SharePoint and integrates with almost any LMS – 14 LMSs so far including Blackboard and Moodle. Campus Management also provides a complete student information system and other related software.  Focuses on post secondary institutions in India. Associated with Talisma (based in India) but not with Krawler LMS.
  23. CampusCruiser LMS (CampusCruiser) http://www.campuscruiser.com. Beginning to make inroads in the higher education market. Also offer CampusCruiser PORTAL® custom portal, CampusCruiserEVAL™ course evaluation solution, and CampusCruiser ALERT™ high priority notification system/
  24. CAMS Enterprise (Three Rivers Systems, Inc.) https://www.threeriverssystems.com/. A “comprehensive academic management system” (CAMS) for colleges and universities. An ERP (enterprise resource planning system) with learning management included.
  25. CCNet(Zumo Software Inc.) http://www.myccnet.com/. Based in Canada.
  26. Cengage Learning MindTap (Cengage Learning) http://www.cengage.com/us/. Primarily a publisher of educational content, they offer this platform that they say goes “well beyond an eBook, a homework solution or digital supplement, a resource center website, a course delivery platform or a Learning Management System.”  Not exactly an LMS, it can add enhancement to existing LMSs. Integrates with the library materials from Gale (a division of Cengage). Cengage is also marketing the KnowU social learning and collaboration platform from Harrison College.
  27. Chalkable (Chalkable) http://www.chalkable.com/. A complete SIS including LMS features and food service management(!). Also offer Chalkable Classroom for teachers to manage daily tasks. Formerly STI.
  28. Chalkup (Chalkup Corp.) https://www.chalkup.co/. A social learning platform that is integrated with Google Apps for Education. Free for individual students and instructors.
  29. Checkmate Cloud9 MMS (mLearning Management System) (CheckMate Mobile, Inc.) http://www.checkmatemobile.com/cloud9-learning/. A learning management system for mobile learning.
  30. Circulus Education Circulate (Circulus Education) http://circulus.com.au/. An LMS built specifically for the vocational education and training market in Australia. Tracks the compliance-heavy process of Registered Training Organisations.  Includes a virtual learning environment and an automated workflow management system and integrates easily with SIS.  They also offer an LMS for K-12 schools called EDUonGo and custom software development.
  31. classroom24-7 Learning Management System http://www.classroom24-7.com/learning-management-system/. A customizable system that includes video storage and streaming, eCommerce and marketing features. Oriented to continuing education, certificate programs, professional education, and workforce training.  Also offer consultation, custom development, marketing and media production services.  Purchased by Rizk Ventures, LLC in 2015
  32. ClevrU(ClevrU Corporation) http://www.clevru.com/ Adaptive, personalized learning environment with video lectures, teacher’s notes, and supplementary materials that will work on any system especially mobile. An education marketplace with many courses provided by partners from Stanford University to China. Based in Waterloo, Ont.
  33. CloudEMS (Cloud Vision Systems) http://www.cloudvisionsys.com/. A complete cloud-based ERP solution for schools, colleges and universities.
  34. CloudSource Solutions CourseDirector LMS (CloudSource Solutions) http://cloudsourcesolutions.com/,http://www.course-director.dk/en/. A Google Apps LMS working mainly with international schools in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
  35. CobaltLMS (Cobalt Learning Solutions, Inc.- owned and managed by eAbyas certified Moodle Partner)http://cobaltlms.com/. A Moodle based LMS and Student Information System.
  36. CogBooks (CogBooks Ltd.) http://www.cogbooks.com/. Anweb-based,adaptive learning platform. Not a full LMS, it is an adaptive learning plug-in for existing LMSs.  Based in the UK.
  37. Collaborize Classroom (DemocraSoft) http://www.collaborizeclassroom.com/.Collaborize is an online classroom/decision-making platform that helps students and teachers refine and respond to important questions and ideas.Includes professional development tools for teahers. Free up to a point.
  38. CollegeOnTrack™https://www.collegeontrack.com/. A platform for middle and high schools that provides student assessments, learning plans, transcripts (through a partnership with Parchment), community tools, video, porfolios and college application data. Not an eLearning platform.
  39. Colloquy 360o Methodology (Colloquy) http://www.colloquy360.com/. A proprietary, integrated, student-centric approach to online learning including market research, curriculum development and student success. Marketed mainly to post-secondary institutions.
  40. Compass e-Tutor (Compass Media Ltd.). http://compassetutor.com/. Based in Korea, they specialize in English language instruction. They describe e-Tutor as “an integrative writing learning system that allows the student to take voice-based online speaking tutorials and manage his or her own learning portfolio.”
  41. Connections LearningConnexus® School Management System (Connections Learning LLC., a division of Connections Education) http://www.connectionslearning.com/. A platform for delivering Connections online, teacher-led courses for K-12 students. They also offer Connections Academy (an online, tuition-free, accredited K-12 school for families) and Nexus Academy (a blended learning K-12 school for families). Now owned by Pearson. Purchased Advanced Academics in Jan. 2014.
  42. Coursebase (Coursebase, Inc.) https://coursebase.co/. A platform for managing courses and instructor-learner communication. It is unclear if it does eLearning. Marketed to both corporate and academic organizations. Based in Japan but available in English.
  43. CourseNetworking (CN) (CourseNetworking) https://www.thecn.com/. A social LMS that can be used as an add-on to other LMSs or on its own. It can also be used as a MOOC platform. From Indiana University professor Ali Jafari (one of the inventors of the LMS).
  44. CoursePeer (CoursePeer Inc.) http://www.coursepeer.com/. A cloud-based platform that uses three integrated modules: the core suite of tools, a learning management system, and a collaborative decision making system. Includes assessment and video tools. Markets to academia, healthcare and enterprise.
  45. Course Toolkit (Psychologist World) http://www.coursetoolkit.com/. Includes course creation and assessment tools. Free for trainers and educators.  Based in the UK.
  46. CourseWebs (Case Consulting, LLC) http://coursewebs.com/.A learning content management system (LCMS) with LMS capabilities. The Instructor’s Control Panel lets instructors create and modify course content, create exams and quizzes, administer students and their grades, and much more.  Marketed to both companies and education.
  47. DAULsoft E-Class SYSTEM (Daulsoft Co., Ltd.). http://www.daulsoft.com/. A “community-based learning portal”. Also offer TestMAKER and LectureMAKER for authoring.  Based in Korea.
  48. Dell Next Generation Learning Platform/Learning Cloud (Dell Computer, Inc.) http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/26/k-12-solutions-featured-solutions-learning-platform.Announced in May 2010 and launched in 2012. Appears to be a collaboration with Intel and Moodlerooms for an implementation of Moodle for Dell customers.
  49. Desire2Learn(D2L) Brightspace (D2L Corporation)http://www.d2l.com,and http://www.brightspace.com/.For K-12 schools, higher education and corporations.Brightspacewas announced in 2014 as a complete rebranding of the LMS. Includes a learning repository, course creation tools, an e-portfolio module, mobile delivery, analytics and lecture capture. Also the new Binder mobile app and theCampus Life Purchased Wiggio – a mobile app that enables group interaction and Knowillagehttp://www.knowillage.com/ – an adaptive learning platform –in 2013.Based in Kitchener, ON, Canada
  50. Deskera LMS (Deskera) http://www.deskera.com/. The company produces a wide range of business enterprise software including CRM, ERP, etc.  The LMS includes content management (LCMS) and a virtual classroom. They market to both corporations and universities.
  51. Destiny One (Destiny Solutions Inc.) http://www.destinysolutions.com/. Described as a lifelong learning platform, it is a higher education software system designed to improve the administration of continuing education programs and works with existing student information systems (SIS).
  52. DigitalChalk Online Training Software (DigitalChalk) http://www.digitalchalk.com/. An online system for creation and delivery of elearning.  Includes authoring, video, and tests.  Markets to both business and education.
  53. Digital Zoo Smart Education Platform (Digital Zoo) http://smarteducationplatform.com/. A modular, responsive system designed for teachers, students and parents. Also have a learning app available on the Google Play store. Digital Zoo is a website design company based in Thailand.
  54. Docnito Learning Management System (Docnito Learning Management Systems Inc.) http://docnito.com/. New in 2012. Includes content management and assessments. Based in Kelowna, BC.
  55. eAbyas(eAbyas Info Solutions) http://eabyas.in/. eAbyas is a Moodle Partner.  They offer customized versions of Moodle and CobaltLMS – a Moodle-based student information system.  Based in India.
  56. eChalk(eChalk, Inc.) http://www.echalk.com/. SaaS K-12 software platform for managing communication and instruction. Includes tools for website management, lesson plans, email, online classrooms, etc.  Designed for a traditional or blended classroom, not a distance learning platform.
  57. Echo 360 Active Learning Platform (Echo360) http://echo360.com/. A cloud-based system that incorporates lecture capture, learning analytics, content management and student engagement tools.
  58. eCornell EDUCE Enterprise Learning Platform(eCornell, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cornell University) http://www.ecornell.com/. The delivery system for eCornell’s many online courses. Hard to find information about the learning platform on the website.
  59. Edify (Kickstand, LLC) http://www.kickstandsystems.com/. New in 2014. An “individualized” learning management system developed at Kent Intermediate School District in Michigan. Includes thousands of standards based assessment items and is aligned with Common Core.
  60. Edmodo (Edmodo LLC) http://www.edmodo.com/. A social learning network for teachers, students and schools on the Web. Not exactly an LMS but used as such by many.  Free for students and teachers.  49 million users as of April, 2015. Purchased Root-1 in March, 2013.
  61. Edsby (CourFour Inc.) http://edsby.com/. An integrated platform for K-12 education. Includes social tools, parent involvement, grade book, calendar, etc. Acts as a front end for the SIS, Google Apps for Education and Office 365. Not, apparently, for packaged eLearning (e.g. SCORM).Developed for Hillsborough County Public Schools, Florida.
  62. EdTek Services Hosted Learning Management System (EdTek Services, Inc.) http://www.edtekservices.com/. Offer a variety of e-learning solutions for smaller educational institutions including enrollment and e-portfolios.Based in Toronto.
  63. Edtrin (Edtrin Group Limited)http://edtrin.com/. An adaptive learning platform for schools, colleges and businesses to deliver and sell video and blended learning. Claims to be disruptive. Based in Australia.  New in 2014.
  64. EduBrite SaaS (EduBrite Systems Inc.) http://www.edubrite.com/.A social collaborative learning system with course management features. Includes authoring and has a mobile app for iPads.  Marketed to both corporate and education clients. Available in two editions – the Personal Edition that is free for individual trainers, educators or team leads and managers in organizations and the Business Edition for which there are charges.
  65. Education Elements Hybrid Learning Management System (HLMS) (Education Elements) http://www.edelements.com/. A cloud based system to support blended learning for schools.
  66. Educomp Online(Educomp Solutions) http://educomp.com/. Educomp is the largest education company in India where they operate schools and they have offices in North America.Online is a K-12 school management platform with a repository of animated and lesson specific multimedia modules. They also offer numerous other tools including EduIgnite – an assessment and counselling service, Mathguru – a math help program, and smartclass – a technology platform for classroom teachers,
  67. EDUonGo (EDUonGo, Inc. – a product of Circulus Education) http://eduongo.com/ and http://circulus.com.au/k12-schools/. A free mobile-friendly LMS with authoring tools. Also offer online courses for elementary and secondary schools.  Based in Australia.
  68. Edupoint Synergy® Student Information System (SIS) (Edupoint Educational Systems) http://www.edupoint.com/. A complete Student Information System that includes learning management and assessment tools. It is, however, unclear if it supports eLearning.
  69. EduTone SSO Platform(VIP Tone, Inc. DBA EduTone) http://www.edutone.com/. A complete school administration platformwith single sign-on, communication for students, teachers and parents and learning management – access to Google Apps and Office 365 and a digital library. The standard version is free. Based in Australia.
  70. Edvance360 LMS (Edvance360) http://www.edvance360.com/.Provides enterprise LMS to all types of learning organizations (education and corporate). Includes social networking. Formerly Scholar360.
  71. eGenio (eGenio Education Solutions) http://www.egenio.com/. An “integrated learning environment with plug-in tools called eModz for authoring, assessment, social networking, etc.
  72. Ellucian Portaland Luminis Platform(Ellucian Company L.P.)http://www.ellucian.com/higher-education-portal/and http://www.ellucian.com/Solutions/Ellucian-Luminis-Platform/. For higher education. Formerly SunGard Luminis. Ellucian makes a wide range of administrative software for higher education institutions including complete Student Information Systems (SIS) that also work with other LMS’s like Blackboard and Moodle.Ellucian is the new company formed by the merger of SunGard Higher Education and Datatel early in 2012.  They also have a partnership with Cornerstone OnDemand.
  73. Elucido Learning & Collaboration System (ELCS)(Elucido Media Networks) http://www.elucido.com/.Also called Elucido LEARN and marketed as an LMS to both education and coporations.They also offer Elucido CONNECT – a communication platform. Based in Bangalore, India.
  74. Emantras TIE (Emantras Inc.) http://k12.emantras.com/. TIE is an e-learning platform. Cater to the K-12 market. They also offer Object21- an authoring tool, MOBL21 – a mobile platform, and Mathomatix for interactive applications that teach math concepts.
  75. Epignosis eFront(Epignosis Ltd)http://www.efront.gr or http://www.efrontlearning.net/.Includes content authoring and responsive design. Based in Greece. Website is in English. This is an open-source product which Epignosis supports.They also offer TalentLMS http://talentlms.com/– a cloud-based learning platform for small and medium organizations.
  76. Epsilen (Epsilen, LLC – a ConnectEDU company) http://corp.epsilen.com/.A K-20 learning community. ConnectEDU purchased Epsilen in 2012.  ConnectEDU announced bankruptcy in May 2014 but its assets were purchased by Graduation Alliance in June 2014.
  77. eSchools Learning Management System (eSchools Group) http://www.eschools.us/. An affordable whole school solution for elementary and high schools.
  78. eScholar(eScholar LLC) http://www.escholar.com. New in March 2012. Not exactly an LMS.  They provide data management – eScholar Complete Data Warehouse®system – and related software products including eScholar myTrack™ that analyzes the data and guides goal setting.
  79. Excelsoft SARAS Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) (Excelsoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) http://www.excelindia.com/ Based in India.  Various versions offered for the corporate and education (both K-12 and post-secondary) sectors.
  80. EXO U Digital Education Platform(EXO U) http://www.exou.com/. Apps for access to resources, administrative functions, course authoring, quiz authoring, etc. Integrates with existing LMSs and SISs. Based in Montreal.
  81. eZ LMS(University of North Dakota Aerospace Foundation)http://learn.aero.und.edu. Also called HTMLeZ. Includes content authoring and conversion of many standard documents but there is no mention of SCORM.
  82. Flat World Learning Platform (Flat World Education, Inc.)http://www1.flatworldknowledge.com/cbe. A competency-based, personalized, mobile, social and adaptive learning platform. New in 2014. Also offer digital textbooks and introductory post-secondary courseware with a mobile-first approach and including gamification and story-based learning.
  83. Follett Software Destiny (Follette Software Company) http://www.follettsoftware.com/. An integrated school administration system including learning management.  Also offer Aspen – a complete student information system (SIS) and other management tools.
  84. FrogLearn(FrogEducation Ltd.) http://www.frogeducation.com/. A platform for elementary and secondary schools and for parents.Includesparent engagement, games, avatars, etc. Also offer FrogProgress for curriculum management and student tracking, FrogPlay – a homework and assessment tool, and several FrogApps for mobile. Purchased i-education Ltd. in 2012. Claims 12 million users.Based in the UK.
  85. Fronter (Fronter AS) http://com.fronter.info/. Based in Norway.  Now owned by Pearson but still exists as a separately available product.
  86. Fuel Education PEAK Personalized Learning Platform (Fuel Education LLC.) http://www.getfueled.com/products-services/personalized-learning-platform. Includes course customization features to personalize learning with LMS and SIS integration. They also offer courses primarily for K-12including an automated tutor system for mathematics called LearnBop as well as consulting and custom development.
  87. Gambassa LMS (Gambassa) http://www.gambassa.com. Primarily offered for schools, it is also available for smaller enterprises. Gambassa is free to use for educators and students.  Being acquired by Greenwood Hall in 2015.
  88. Gateway Solomon Learning Management System (Gateway Instructional Design Group, LLC.) https://www.gatewayidg.com/. An LMS for churches, faith-based organizations and schools. Includes course creation tool, portfolios, branding, and e-commerce.
  89. G-Cube Solutions WiZDOM Learning Management System (G-Cube Solutions) http://www.gc-solutions.net Based in India. There are several LMSs called Wizdom.  This is one of two from India.  It includes an assessment engine, and a social learning platform.  They also offer custom development.
  90. Google Classroom (Google) http://www.google.com/edu/classroom/. A Google App introduced in May 2014 that combines Google Docs, Drive and Gmail to help teachers create and organize assignments, provide feedback, and communicate with their classes. Available free to Google Apps for Education  In full release in August 2014 but it still seems more like a cobbling together of tools than a fully integrated LMS. Not, apparently, for packaged eLearning (e.g. SCORM).
  91. GuiWeb Event Registrar (Gui Productions, Inc. & GuiWeb.com) http://www.guiweb.com/. An inexpensive, hosted LMS with ebusiness features for both schools and companies.
  92. Haiku Learning Management System (Haiku Learning Systems) http://www.haikulearning.com/. A K-12 SaaS LMS with a comprehensive set of tools including authoring and mobile capability.
  93. Harness UNIO(Harness Handitouch Pvt. Ltd.) http://www.harnesstouch.com/. Described as disrupting conventional ideas, it is a platform-neutral, HTML5, cloud-based system that provides for user-generated content creation, real-time classroom collaboration, evaluation and feedback and content management. Integrates with Edmodo. Also offer UNIO Class for in-class technology use, UNIO Flip for flipped classrooms, Ledge – a virtual classroom tool for distance education, UNIO Corporate – a virtual classroom for companies. Based in India.
  94. Harrison College KnowU (Harrison College) http://knowu.harrison.edu/. Launched in 2012, KnowU was internally developed at Harrison College.  It works like Facebook and is able to suggest resources based on a student’s academic, personal and career needs.  It is primarily focussed on social networking and collaboration.  In 2014, they partnered with Cengage Learning to market the platform.
  95. Helix LMS (Helix Education) http://www.helixeducation.com/lms/. A cloud-based, personalized LMS for competency-based education, specifically focusing on assessments, outcomes, and content.
  96. HigherL Learning Management System (HigherL, LLC) http://www.higherl.com/. A web-based system that includes assessments, content management, communication tools, and a gradebook. Primarily for education, it is also marketed to corporations.
  97. Hobsons Edumate 2 (Hobsons) http://www.edumate.com.au/.An “all-in-one academic management system.”Based in Australia.
  98. HotChalk (HotChalk Media Group) http://www.hotchalk.com/. Provide customized, turnkey technology solutions to universities with the goal of improving access to higher education. Have partnered with universities to create the HotChalk Education Network– “the largest online education community in the world, attracting tens of millions of users and serving billions of pages of free education content to consumers around the globe.” They also provide access to many free educational resources for K-12 at http://lessonplanspage.com/.
  99. HyperMethod elearning Server (HyperMethod IBS) http://hypermethod.ru/. A distance learning system and virtual classroom marketed both to companies and educational institutions.HyperMethodIBS is a large Russian IT services company which purchased Learnware in March, 2008. They also offer assessment tools, a student information system (SIS), and an authoring tool called eAuthor CBT.
  100. Instructure Canvas (Instructure Inc.) http://www.instructure.com/. An Internet hosted open source LMS, free for teachers.In 2013, added the Canvas Media Comment tool that allows teachers to use audio and video to make class announcements, provide instructions about assignments and assess student work.Provides lecture capture by integrating with Panopto. Also offers its own MOOC hybrid called the Canvas Network that allows Instructure customers to offer courses in the way they choose.In 2012, Cisco Academies awarded Instructure with a multi-year contract to use Canvas.In 2014, Instructure added Canvas Commons – a free learning object repository.In 2015 they introduced a business LMS called Bridge that includes authoring and mobile capability.  In 2015, Pearson entered into an agreement with Instructture that enables data to be transferred from PowerSchool(the most widely used K-12 SIS in the United States) to Instructure’s Canvas LMS.
  101. Integrated LMS (IntegratedLMS) http://www.integratedlms.com/. A cloud-based combined LMS and Student Information System (SIS). Includes CRM for education (associated with Salesforce.com), Admission Management System (AMS), Online Communication and Collaboration (OCC), and Digital assets.
  102. Integrated Technology Group EduWave (Integrated Technology Group) http://www.itgsolutions.com/. An e-learning & educational management platform that includes a Learning Management System (LMS), a Content Management System (CMS), an Instructional Management System (IMS), and a Student Information System (SIS). Based in Jordan with offices in the US and Saudi Arabia.
  103. IntraLearnLearningServer(IntraLearn Software Corporation) http://www.intralearn.com. A modular LMSdeployable in Microsoft SharePoint. They also offer NanoLearn for knowledge management.
  104. Intuto Learning Suite (ILS)(Intuto Limited) http://www.intuto.com/. An LMS used to deliver their course library.  Also offer Intuto Content Authoring Tools (CATS).  Offered to both companies and educational institutions.  Based in New Zealand with an office in Canada.
  105. InYourClass (InYourClass.com) http://www.inyourclass.com/. A system developed at City College of New York and used by several US colleges. It adds social features to the traditional LMS.
  106. IQity Learning Management System(IQ Innovations, LLC) http://www.iq-ity.com/. First developed for use in Ohio schools by Altair Learning Management, it has now been adopted in California as CaliQity.  Also offer iQity Reactor Repository, iQity U™ Learning Center (user optional courseware for learning the system),digital rights management (DRM) and a virtual curriculum marketplace.
  107. ITWorx Connected Learning Gateway (ITWorkx) http://www.itworx.com/. A social learning platform with mobile capabilities. Also offer AuthorExpert, an authoring tool, and TeacherKit, a mobile app for teachers. Based in Egypt.
  108. it’s learning Individual Learning Platform (it’s learning Inc,) http://www.itslearning.net.For K-12 and post-secondary education. Based in Norway.  Distributed in the US by Embanet.As of June 2013 integrated with the LearningStation Insight assessment platform.
  109. iversity(iversity GmbH) http://www.iversity.org/. Based in Berlin and supported by the European Union. It is a free cloud-based (not technically open source) LMS that supports Inter-institutional cooperation (academic networking) and “social reading”.  Will be offering MOOC’s in August 2013.
  110. Janison Cloud Learning System (CLS) (Janison)http://www.janison.com. CLS is the latest version of the Janison LMS.  Emphasis on compliance and supports clients in government, education, corporations and the healthcare sectors.  Includes social, gamification and performance management tools.Based in Australia.
  111. Jenzabar e-Racer Learning Management System http://www.jenzabar.com/. Primarily for higher education. Part of the Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning system (ERP), Jenzabar’s Internet Campus Solution (JICS).In 2012 the Jenzabar Social tool was announced. It allows the integration of Facebook with an LMS.
  112. JoomlaLMS (Joomla LMS) http://www.joomlalms.com/ Joomla is an open source website content management system. JoomlaLMS is an LMS version of it. They also offer authoring tools from ElearningForce.  Marketed to both businesses and education.
  113. Junction platform (Junction Education) http://junctioneducation.com/. A platform specifically for iPad tablets for delivery of learning resources, videos, etc. Downloadable from Apple’s AppStore. They also offer many off-the-shelf college level foundational classes.
  114. Jupiter iO(Jupiter Ed) http://jupitered.com/. A complete Student Information System, Learning Management System and Gradebook.
  115. keiro(The Jibe Multimedia, Inc.) http://gokeiro.com/. A mobile-friendly, cloud-based learning platform that includes personalized learning, social networks and assessment. Based in Vancouver, Canada.
  116. Knewton Adaptive Learning Platform (Knewton) http://www.knewton.com. Not a typical LMS, it is an adaptive learning infrastructure that “customizes standardized educational content to meet the unique needs of each student.”  They have partnerships with major publishers like Houghton Mifflin, Wiley, Pearson and Cengage. They also offer test preparation courses
  117. Kornukopia (Kornukopia) http://www.kornukopia.com/. A free LMS/LCMS for teachers, students, and parents built on HTML5 (device neutral). It does not appear to do eLearning but provides communication and management tools for regular classroom education.
  118. Krawler LMS (Krawler Networks) http://www.krawlerlms.com. Also offer an LCMS with content authoring and test creation, a virtual classroom, and Campus Management for educational institutions.  Based in India.
  119. Learnetic mCourser (Learnetic S.A.)http://www.learnetic.com/.mCourser is described as a mobile oriented learning platform. Learnetic is an educational software publisher and e-learning technology provider based in Poland.  They also offer the authoring tools Mlninstructor and mAuthor (for mobile authoring), mLibro for learning offline, and a library of mobile math, science and English courses for middle and high school.
  120. com Curriculum Foundry (Learning.com) http://www.learning.com/. A searchable content repository and tools to build and share curriculumfor K-12 students and teachers.
  121. Learning Technology Partners iCampus 360° (Learning Technology Partners) http://www.learntechpartners.com/.A cloud based portal that includes a student information system (SIS) and “student lifecycle management”. The LMS component (once called Izio) was developed at Stanford University.
  122. LearnCentrix (CustomerCentrix, LLC) http://www.learncentrix.com/. An online course management system with course authoring, assessments and a gradebook.
  123. com (Learnopia) http://www.learnopia.com/. An LMS where teachers create, host, & sell (or give away for free) their online courses.
  124. Lightspeed Systems My Big Campus (Lightspeed Systems) http://www.lightspeedsystems.com/products/my-big-campus/ and http://mybigcampus.com/.“Part social network, part learning management system, and part content management system.” Also offer Mobile Managerfor mobile learning management,Rockets for school security (content filtering, email management, and power management), and Classroom Orchestrator for mobile access within classrooms.  Have partnered with Knovation to provide access to resources.
  125. Link2School Learn (White House Business Solutions (P) Ltd.) http://www.link2school.com/.A complete school management system that includes modules for student, office, library and event management. Also provide Link2School Campus and Link2School Edusuite. Based in India.
  126. Litespeed Advanced Learning Platform (ALP) (Litespeed Education) http://www.litespeed.com.sg/. Includes a content management system and a school management system as well as an LMS.  Based in Singapore.  They also offer an assessment building tool called Dr. Editor and courseware for primary and secondary students.
  127. LiveText Learning Assessment and Accreditation Management System™(LiveText Inc.) http://www.livetext.com. An assessment, e-Portfolio and accreditation management system for higher education.
  128. Lelogiciel LearnSOft Learning Management System (LLMS) (Logiciel Software Tech Pvt Ltd.) http://www.lelogiciel.in/. Based in India. Also offer other school management software including language laboratory, library management and others. Based in India.
  129. Lore http://lore.com/. A social/community course sharing platform and LMS.  Includes a gradebook and the ability for students to track their own learning. Also offers a variety of university level courses similar to MOOC’s.Established at the University of Pennsylvania and originally known as CourseKit.  Acquired by Noodle (an education search company) in March, 2013.
  130. LoudCloud Learning Ecosystems(LoudCloud Systems) http://www.loudcloudsystems.com/. A full-featured, adaptive, cloud-based LMS for K-12 and higher education.Have partnered with Sibling Group Holdings, Inc.to add what they are calling “Blended Schools Network (BSN) content…”
  131. LSI MyAcademic Workshop (Link-Systems International, Inc.) http://www.link-systems.com. LSI also offers NetTutor tutoring services, WorldWide Gradebook, and WorldWideWhiteboard.
  132. Marshall Cavendish Online Learning Portal (MC Online Pte Ltd (Formerly known as Learning EDvantage Pte Ltd))http://www.lead.com.sg/. Based in Singapore and oriented to Singapore schools. Also known as the LEAD Learning Management System.
  133. McGraw-Hill Connect (The McGraw-Hill Companies)http://connect.mcgraw-hill.com/. A “web-based assignment and assessment platform” that includes course management tools, lesson assembly, lecture recording and communication tools. Part of it is LearnSmart that “adaptively assesses students’ skill levels to determine which topics students have mastered and which require further practice. Then it delivers customized learning content based on their strengths and weakness.” It integrates with other LMSs.  Also offer ConnectED for teacher professional development.  In Nov. 2012, McGraw Hill Education was purchased by Apollo Global Management, LLC. (Not, apparently associated with the parent company of the University of Phoenix – Apollo Group, Inc.). McGraw-Hill Education has partnered with Ancile Solutions to provide eLearning software.
  134. McGraw-Hill Engrade (The McGraw-Hill Companies) https://www.engrade.com/. A platform for personalized learning that provides the generation of lesson plans and quizzes, arepository of sharable 3rd party content, ability to view performance trends and generate reports for all levels of users. McGraw-Hill purchased Engrade in early 2014.
  135. Mediasphere Powerhouse LMS (Mediasphere Holdings Pty Ltd.)http://www.powerhouselms.com.au/. Offered in several different versions to business and education.  They also offer other web management tools and custom content development.
  136. Mepo http://mepo.co/. A New Zealand startup that describes itself as “An academic platform that streamlines school management and empowers collaborative learning through the connection of students and teachers from all over the world.” Not yet fully operational as of Sept. 2014.
  137. Microsoft Learning Gateway (Microsoft) http://www.microsoft.com/education/learninggateway.mspxThe Learning Gateway from Microsoft is a Web-based collaboration, communications, and content delivery framework tailored for the education system. It enables teachers to manage their administrative workload, empowers students to learn at their own pace, and helps parents become more involved in their children’s education. It is based on SharePoint.
  138. Microsoft School in a Box http://www.agent4change.net/policy/ict-provision/995-microsoft-shows-routes-to-cloud-in-school-in-a-box.html. A pilot program in the UK that appears to be a complete infrastructure for schools including public and private cloud services.
  139. Minreeva Learning Management System (Minreeva Learning Solutions) http://www.minreeva.com/. Basic and customized LMSs. Also offer mobile apps, some Grade 1 math elearning programs and custom eLearning design.  Based in Phillipines.
  140. Modo LabsMobile Campus(Modo Labs, Inc.) http://www.modolabs.com. Includes Courses and Registrar modules that mash-up popular Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Student Information Systems (SIS), enabling students and faculty to access information via a single common mobile interface.
  141. Motivis Learning Relationship Management System (LRM)(Motivis Learning). http://motivislearning.com/. Developed at Southern New Hampshire University for the College for America Built on the salesforce.com platform.  Looks more like a social network.  Useful for institutions that have unconventional methods of delivery and/or assessment.
  142. My Learning UK Primary and Secondary VLE (My Learning UK Ltd.) http://www.mylearningltd.co.uk/. Virtual learning environments for primary and secondary and mobile access. Based in the UK.
  143. Neo LMS (Neo?)https://www.neolms.com/. Formerly EDU 2.0 for School, it was rebranded in October, 2014.Includes adaptive learning, content authoring, assessments, social networking and mobile. Sign up is free. Also offer Matrix LMS https://www.matrixlms.com/ for business, formerly EDU 2.0 for Business.
  144. Netex Central VLE School (Netex Knowledge Factory S.L.) http://www.netexcompany.com/. Also offer Learning Coffee – a collection of off-the-shelf business courses, a corporate LMS, custom course development and other tools.  Have integrated a Tin Can conformant Learning Record Store. Have announced an authoring tool, Learning Coffee Maker, with HTML5 output and a mobile app and have developed a scholar LMS App specifically for iPads which we will shortly be releasing. Based in Spain.
  145. New Tech Network Echo (New Tech Network, a subsidiary of KnowledgeWorks) http://www.newtechnetwork.org/echo.Echo supports problem-based learning and works with Google Apps.
  146. NextThought Janux (Next Thought LLC) http://www.nextthought.com/. A social learning platform developed with and for the University of Oklahoma.
  147. NoteBowl Campus Life (NoteBowl LLC) https://www.notebowl.com/. A social media based system designed to help students better organize their coursework and collaborate using calendar, Google+, LMS integration and other tools.
  148. Novachi (Novachi Inc.) http://www.novachi.com/ A complete web hosted school administration product that includes an LMS.
  149. ODYSSEYWARE (Glynlyon, Inc.)http://www.odysseyware.com/. An LMS for U. S. public and charter K-12 schools. Also offer online curriculum for history and geography, math, language arts, science and other subjects.
  150. Olive International LMS (Olive International) http://www.oliveedu.com/. An LMS for students, teachers and parents. Includes assessments and mobile access. Based in India with an office in the UK.
  151. OnlineFormapro Online Manager LMS (Onlineformapro S.A.) http://www.onlineformapro.com/. Also offer Online Auteur – an authoring tool, Online Agora – a web-based collaborative portal platform,and Online Visio for web conferencing. Marketed to small to medium companies, universities and other institutions. Based in France.
  152. OpenEd LMS (OpenEd Inc.)https://www.opened.io/. A free LMS for teachers. Also offer more than 250,000 Common Core aligned videos and games.
  153. OpenSimulator http://opensimulator.org/. An open source multi-platform, multi-user 3D application server similar to SecondLife with many learning applications. See http://www.hypergridbusiness.com/2012/03/atlanta-puts-opensim-in-every-classroom/. Can be hosted by Dreamland Metaverse.
  154. OpenText FirstClasshttp://www.firstclass.com/ FirstClass is mainly social networking and collaboration software. It was originally developed by SoftArc in 1990 and was arguably the first LMS.  It is a Canadian product which has evolved over 25 years and is now a division of OpenText based in Waterloo, Ontario.  OpenText also purchased Operitel in Sept. 2011 expanding its LMS offerings.
  155. Opigno LMS(Connect-i Sàrl) http://www.opigno.org/. A Drupal based, open source LMS for both schools and corporate use.  Based in Switzerland.
  156. otus Mobile Learning Environment (otus LLC) http://otusplus.com/A mobile app that accesses Google Apps built by teachers for teachers. Includes assessment and a blog.
  157. OxfordEnglishTesting LMS (Oxford University Press) http://www.oxfordenglishtesting.com/.
  158. Paradiso LMS (Paradiso Solutions LLC) http://www.paradisosolutions.com/.An LMS offered in two versions – one for corporate and one for education. Includes gamification and social learning and easy integration with other software.  A highly customized version of Moodle.
  159. Pathwright (Pathwright) http://www.pathwright.com/. An online platform for building your own school with tools for creating and marketing courses.
  160. PBworks (PBwiki, Inc.) http://pbworks.com/. Not exactly an LMS, PBworks provides resources, workspaces and administration to support online collaboration.
  161. Pearson EQUELLA(Pearson Education, Inc.) http://www.equella.com/. A Digital Repository incorporating Learning Objects, Learning Content Management and integrated content authoring. Formerly The Learning Edge EQUELLA LCMS from The Learning Edge International in Australia.
  162. Pearson SuccessNet Plus (Pearson Education,Inc.) http://www.successnetplus.com/. An online (hosted) K-12 LMS which integrates with Pearson’s other curriculum materials.  The latest update of SuccessNet which still has many users.
  163. Pearson LearningStudio (Pearson Education, Inc.) http://www.pearsonlearningsolutions.com/pearson-learning-studio/.AnSaaS LMS for higher education.Pearson has purchased eCollege, Fronter, Intellipro and TutorVista, an online tutoring service. LearningStudio includes both eCollege and Fronter.In 2012, teamed with Watchitoo to add real-time video chat.
  164. Pearson MyLab and Mastering (Pearson Education, Inc.) http://pearsonmylabandmastering.com/. For higher education. Replaces CourseCompass.Described as a collection of online homework, tutorial, and assessment products for personalized and adaptive learning. Pearson also offersPowerSchool – the most widely usedK-12 SIS in the United States.  In 2015, Pearson has entered into an agreement with Instructure that enables data to be transferred from PowerSchool to Instructure’s Canvas LMS.
  165. Pearson OpenClass (Pearson Education, Inc.) http://www.pearsonlearningsolutions.com/openclass/, http://www.joinopenclass.com/, and http://www.pearsonhighered.com/openclass/.A free LMS integrated with Google (a Google App) for both K-12 and higher education. In Nov. 2012, they added mobile applications, a new user interface, and integration with social networks. Includes access to many educational resources.
  166. PearsonSchoolNet(Pearson Education, Inc.)http://www.pearsonschool.com/ (search for SchoolNet)– an online assessment and reporting system for K-12. Pearson’s website is like Oracle’s – difficult to find things and unclear about product offerings.
  167. PedIT Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) (Norsk Nettskole) http://pedit.pedit.no/. A customizable LMS for all levels of education. They also offer it for business.  Based in Norway.
  168. Piron FlexiGuru eLearning Platform(Piron Corporation) http://www.pironcorp.com/. A web-based service that includes social learning, e-Commerce, game-based learning and assessments. They sell third party authoring tools and do custom development. Based in India.  Marketed to both corporations and education.
  169. Qualcomm QLearn Mobile Education Platform (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)https://www.qualcomm.com/products/qlearn. A proprietary learning management system (LMS) and content delivery infrastructure based on Canvas by Instructure.  Described as a mobile-first LMS, it includes group collaboration and social learning tools.  Formerly EmpoweredU Mobile TLCthat wasacquired by Qualcomm in 2014.
  170. RAD Corporation ActiveLearning LMS http://www.radcorporation.com/products/activelearning-lms/. A cloud-based LCMS that includes social networking and video collaboration and works on mobile devices. Based in Pakistan.
  171. Reazon Systems RCampus (Reazon Systems, Inc.) http://www.rcampus.com/. Also offer an ePortfolio suite including FolioMatrix that allows teachers and evaluators to easily monitor student progress in alignment with standards.
  172. Right Reason RightTrack™ Learning Management System (Right Reason Technologies) http://www.rightreasontech.com/. Also offer CyberExtension for eLearning and blended learning, RightPath Curriculum and Data Center for data analysis, RightCourse authoring, on-line lessons and courseware, and custom development. Marketed to both education and the corporate sector.
  173. RM Learning Platform (RM) http://www.rmeducation.com/. A K-12 LMS which includes authoring capability.  Also offer specialized software for teachers.  Originally based in UK, now has international offices.  As of Oct. 2012, this product is still available in the UK and Australia, but no longer offered in the US.
  174. Samsung Smart School (Samsung) http://www.samsung.com/ca/business/solutions-services/mobile-solutions/education/samsung-smart-school. Introduced in April, 2013, this is a platform that integrates with Samsung GALAXY Note units and includes mobile access, an LMS, classroom management tools, and a student information system (SIS).
  175. Sandiwaan Virtual Learning System(Sandiwaan Center For Learning) http://sandiwaan.com/. “…designed to make it easier to upload content by using the drag and drop method and create content through collaboration and to support values and games-based lessons, enhanced by augmented reality apps.” A new website in Sept. 2014 with little information as yet.
  176. SchoolKeep (SchoolKeep) https://www.schoolkeep.com. A responsive system that includes tools for school web site building, course authoring, eCommerce for selling courses, and marketing.
  177. Schoology (Schoology, Inc.) https://www.schoology.com/.A free web-based fully hosted and fully managed learning management system and configurable social network. It has released an SIS Integration Platform for student information systems (SISs).
  178. Serco Learning Skillspace Learning Platform (Serco Learning) http://www.teknical.com/ and http://www.serco.com/. Based in UK.  They purchased Teknical.
  179. Silverback Mileposts (Silverback Learning Solutions) http://silverbacklearning.com/products/mileposts/. With the Mileposts Student Achievement Solution you can create personalized learning plans, manage interventions and monitor achievement.
  180. Smart Sparrow Adaptive eLearning PlatformTM(Smart Sparrow) https://www.smartsparrow.com/. Uses simulations, labs and adaptive learning.  Also offer authoring tools – Annotate and Labmaker.  Based in Australia.
  181. Spanngle Academe (Spanngle SoftSolutions) http://www.spanngle.com/. An integrated suite which includes an LMS, ePortfolio, Video Lecture Composition and Delivery, and a College Management System.
  182. Spiral Universe Spiral (Spiral Universe Inc.) http://www.spiraluniverse.com. Spiral 2.0 is an integrated software suite used by schools for management and administration.  More a complete student information system that includes course management than just an LMS.
  183. SqoolTools (SqoolTechs, LLC) http://sqooltools.com/. A hosted virtual learning environment, built on Moodle™ open source software, that allows K-12 teachers to create interactive websites to either support classroom instruction or to deliver instruction online. Free to start.
  184. Studywiz Spark Dynamic LearnSpace (Studywiz Pty Ltd) http://www.studywiz.com/. Provide tools for elementary and secondary education as well as mobile and ePortfolio solutions.  Based in Australia and has North American and European offices.
  185. SunGard PLUS 360(SunGard) http://sungard.com/k-12. Integrated software for K-12 administration.  Also offer eSchoolPLUS for student information management and PerformancePLUS for curriculum and assessment management.
  186. Sycamore Education Learning Management System (Sycamore Leaf Solutions, LLC) http://www.sycamoreeducation.com/. Sycamore Education is a complete cloud-based school management and student information system (SIS).  The LMS was added in Nov. 2011.  It is not available separately.Formerly Jcobi Campus.
  187. Synaptic Global Learning ALMS (Adaptive Learning Management System) – 4DL HITE (Synaptic Global Learning (SGL)) http://www.sgleducation.com/. Available as cloud-based and for mobile support (AMOL). AMOL is being used as the University of Massachusetts’ first adaptive MOOC.  Also offer several authoring and analytical tools including iDesigner, iMAE, iQuizBuilder, iKAM and iPERI.
  188. SynapticMash LearningQube (SynapticMash, INC.) http://synapticmash.com/index.php/learningqube. Includes EduQube, ExamQube, StudentQube, DataQube and MashQube. Acquired by Promethean World Plc (http://www.prometheanworld.com/) in July 2010.  Promethean is a UK based supplier of interactive white boards and an online teacher community http://www.prometheanplanet.com/.
  189. TeacherEase Learning Management System (Common Goal Systems, Inc.) http://www.teacherease.com/lms.aspx. The LMS is currently in beta and will be available in 2013.
  190. Telefonica MiriadaX (Telefonica) https://www.miriadax.net/. An e-Learning MOOC platform offered by Spain’s communication company.
  191. TeleTOP (Teletop B.V.) http://www.teletop.nl/ Based in the Netherlands. Website is in Dutch.
  192. Texas State Technical College (TSTC) vushi® Learning System (vLS) (Texas State Technical College) http://www.vushi.org/. Created specifically for educators using virtual worlds like Second Life® for teaching and learning. Available in two versions – vLS Pro and vLS lite.
  193. The Learning Edge EQUELLA LCMS (The Learning Edge Pty Ltd.) http://www.thelearningedge.com.au/ A learning content management/learning object repository system. Now owned and offered by Pearson Education http://www.equella.com/.
  194. The West Education Network (TWEN) (Thomson Reuters)https://lawschool.westlaw.com/ Developed at a law school for law schools. Now owned by Thomson Reuters/Carswell/Westlaw.
  195. Time To Know Digital Learning Platform(Time To Know, Inc.) http://www.timetoknow.com/. A platform and curriculum designed for one-to-one computing classrooms. Not a traditional LMS, it is designed to enable techers to manage a classroom with adaptive learning features.  Also offer Content Generation Studio for authoring content.
  196. Top Scholar (Top Scholar) https://topscholar.co/. A mobile friendly K-12 LMS with teacher tools, test preparation, state specific educational resources and teacher/student/parent communication/collaboration.
  197. Tribal SITS:Vision(Tribal Group plc) http://www.tribalgroup.com/technology/sitsvision/. A UK based supplier of many technology systems to the educational sector as well as to healthcare and government. SITS:Vision is more like a complete school administration system than just an LMS.
  198. TriumphLearning Waggle(Triumph Learning)http://www.triumphlearning.com/. A K-12 platform featuring content for Common Core and Smarter Balance Assessments (U.S.). The platform offers feedback, scaffolded instruction, test preparation and personalized pathways. Partnered with Learnosity for interactive assessments, Knewton for adaptive learning, Smashing Ideasfor games, and Clever for single sign-on.
  199. True Solution AlefMentor (True Solution, Serbia and Montenegro) http://truesolution.net/ e-learning only. Open source education solution.
  200. Trunity Learning Management System(Trunity) http://www.trunity.com. Includes social/collaborative learning. Also offer an authoring tool and a “Knowledge Exchange” for croudsourced content, publishing and virtual textbooks. Marketed to enterprises and publishers as well as education.
  201. Tynken Interactive Wavelength (Tynken Interactive)http://www.tynken.com. Wavelength is an LMS built on Tynken’s CMS platform called Frequency.  Status is unclear.  Website unavailable on May 26, 2014.
  202. Ucompass Educator (Ucompass.com, Inc) http://www.ucompass.com. Also offer Octane that enables content creators to enhance existing content by adding new tools and functionality.
  203. Vocareum (Vocareum) http://www.vocareum.com/. A platform that is designed specifically for computer science classes and can be configured for high school advanced placement, college and university, or MOOC use. New in late 2014.
  204. Voniz V-Clasrooming Learning Management System (Voniz.Inc.) https://www.voniz.com/vclassrooming/.A cloud-based LMS that is part of a completeERP for school management. Based in India.
  205. Unius Learning Management System(Unius Learning Ltd.) https://www.uniuslearning.com/. New in June 2014.  Developed primarily for eLearning in education but also marketed to corporations.  Includes social networking.  Based in London, UK.
  206. VINCI ClassVINCI Learning Management (VINCIEducation.com)
    http://www.vincieducation.com/learning-managment/. Offers both K-5 curriculum and learning management for blended learning that integrates tablet access, cloud computing and learning analytics with a differentiated recommendation system.
  207. VSCHOOLZ Platform (VSCHOOLZ, Inc.) http://www.vschoolzonline.com/. A complete school management system including student information system (SIS), administration, content management and a learning management system. They also offer online curriculum and custom development of courses.
  208. WebStudy Course Management System http://www.webstudy.com/. A hosted solution. May include MyWebStudy Tutor to allow non-linear, customized learning for students. Also has a mobile version for Google Android and Apple iOS devices.
  209. WhippleHill onCampus (WhippleHill) http://www.whipplehill.com/. Oriented to K-12 private schools. Also offer onBoard for admissions, onMessage content management for school websites, and onRecord student information system (SIS).  Purchased by Blackbaud, Inc. in 2014.
  210. White House Business Solutions Link2School (White House Business Solutions P Ltd.) http://www.whitehouseit.com/. A complete school management system that includes web-based learning. Also offer an enterprise LMS and Integral CE – a management system for colleges and universities.   Based in India.
  211. Wikispaces Classroom and Campus (Tangient LLC) http://www.wikispaces.com/. Classroom is a free social writing platform with classroom management and assessment tools. Campus is a secure, dedicated wiki environment for schools, school districts, or universities.
  212. Wiley Engage LMS (Wiley) http://wileyedsolutions.com/technology/wiley-engage-learning-management-system. A Moodle-based, social, mobile capable LMS from one of the major educational publishers. Formerly Deltak Engage.
  213. Wizlearn Technologies AsknLearn School Learning Management System (Wizlearn Technologies (formerly ASKnLearn Pte Ltd.)) http://www.asknlearn.com/. See also http://www.slideshare.net/diarsa/learning-management-system-for-school-16197285. Based in Singapore, they describe themselves as “Pan-Asian”. Also provide the Athenaeum Corporate LMS and course materials for schools.
  214. Yuja (Yuja) http://www.yuja.com/. A platform that includes lecture capture (with a hardware appliance), social learning and collaboration, quizzes embedded in videos and mobile apps.

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