In 2002, the University of Wisconsin System standardized on
Desire2Learn (D2L) as its CMS. D2L is run at a central utility for all
of the UW System campuses (see http://learnuw.wisconsin.edu/)
If you have questions about the RFP process that had extensive faculty
and staff collaboration from around the state, David Wirth
([log in to unmask]) is the UWSA D2L manager and Asst. Director of
the Academic ADL Co-Lab.
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On Jun 14, 2005, at 17:49, Tom Danford wrote:
> The Tennessee Board of Regents is in the research and due diligence
> phase of preparing an RFP for a course/learning management system
> (e.g. WebCT, Blackboard, etc.). The CMS will serve the 19 colleges
> and universities in the system as well as 26 technology centers and
> the Regents Online Degree Program (RODP). We would be interested in
> conversing with any institution that is either currently in the
> process of or has recently completed a similar RFP preparation effort.
> We would particularly like to speak with public entities where the CMS
> is intended for use in a state wide system, but would welcome hearing
> from anyone who has recently gone through such an exercise, especially
> if the CMS is to be used in conjunction with an online degree program.
> As always you consideration is greatly appreciated.
> Thomas Danford
> Chief Information Officer
> Tennessee Board of Regents
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