Success with Blackboard Open LMS

Read more stories about Blackboard Open LMS from around the globe.

Accessibility in Higher Education, Focus in University of Montana

In Blackboard Open LMS, the advanced forum now allows all students to easily participate in online discussions and fully understand the meaning being conveyed there. The forums we were using prior to the advanced forum both had usability and accessibility barriers that posed major problems for screen reader users. - Marlene Zentz, Senior Instructional Designer and Accessibility Specialist - University of Montana

Open LMS is a very flexible LMS and proved to be a good solution for the company, because it offers all the benefits of open source technology, as well as a wealth of plug-ins and components that can be added.

Scott Thomson
Learning Management System (LMS) administrator
Training The Street

Lyceum of the Philippines University Seeks to Overcome Boundaries Through Blackboard Open LMS

"Blackboard Open LMS is an advanced technology and an easy-to-use system that reaches all of our communities, students, and employees, giving us the capability to offer more online programmes. Additionally, it is a great system for the international community, given that it can be explored beyond other activities (such as work commitments), and enables more educational offerings catering to international cooperation and quality standards.” Dr. Conrado E. Iñigo, Vice President for Academic Affairs - Lyceum of the Philippines University

Open LMS takes care of all of the complexities of hosting a digital learning environment, also, the tech support team is patient and effective.

Emily Southwell
Learning Systems Manager
Australian College of Ministries

Montana Digital Academy

"PLD has been a game-changer. It’s one of the ways in which Montana Digital Academy is breaking down the barriers to make learning as simple as possible. By compelling the linear pathway, we help teach credit recovery students how to learn. We build a linear learning path that chunks learning into bite-size pieces so students can experience small successes to motivate them to move through the course.”