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The Future of Learning Platforms: LMS and Video to Share Top Billing
The Learning Management System (LMS) has long been the key underlying infrastructure for online, hybrid and even augmented face-to-face education.

With the global pandemic and rush to remote learning, the LMS became more important than ever, helping colleges and universities transition operations online without too many major breakdowns — a remarkable accomplishment for this long-maligned technology.

Yet at the same time, the experience and understanding of just what a “learning platform” is underwent another, parallel transformation with the rise of the synchronous video conferencing system. “Zoom U” may have been overdone with poor pedagogy, but the video platform is here to stay.

Key Takeaways
In this webinar, participants will explore:

• Long-term and recent trends in learning management systems
• Key changes over the past year and what they mean for the learning platforms of the future
• Changing expectations and their likely impacts

May 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Phil Hill
Educational Technology Consultant and Industry Analyst
As a market analyst, Phil Hill analyzes the growth of technology-enabled change for educational institutions, uncovering and describing the major trends and implications for the broader market. His unique graphics and visual presentations have been widely used in the industry. As an independent educational technology consultant, he helps educational institutions, technology and content vendors, and policy makers as they consider and implement new initiatives. Previously Phil was an independent consultant through HBO Systems and Delta Initiative. In addition to e-Literate, he has written for EDUCAUSE Review, Inside Higher Ed and the Washington Post. He has also been interviewed and quoted by National Public Radio and in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, Buzzfeed Education, and Washington Business Journal. Phil is the publisher of the PhilOnEdTech blog and Partner at MindWires, LLC.