29 Jan, 2016
Completed 07 July, 2016
The University strategy indicates we will move to a single Learning Management System (LMS). As part of this we need to identify cases that are easily transitioned into the new LMS. The objective of this experiment was to document the process of migrating content from Cornerstone to Blackboard (now Canvas) and identify caveats and dependencies encountered which would need to be addressed if a migration process was undertaken. The objective is to migrate a series of activities and demonstrate them in the environment to stakeholders.
The migration of learning modules for all modern content was seamless, thanks mostly to the open standards employed by most LMS’s. The format of output for content generated by Articulate can be rendered in SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) which allows for rapid linkage to Blackboard’s GradeBook and identity management elements. There is an added advantage of instructor led modules being run as virtual lessons through Blackboard Collaborate, as well as access to the Blackboard Analytics engine for understanding.
L1. There is no substitute for a true HRIS system.
C2. Currently CareerPath does complex event management and course enrolment interactions including but not limited to:
SCORM, CSS, HTML
We have delivered a transfer of three separate learning objects into the Blackboard Dev, and UAT environments.
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