PreK-12 Learning Management Systems: A Market Overview

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PreK-12(12年生以下)向け学習管理システム(LMS):市場概要 PreK-12 Learning Management Systems: A Market Overview
出版日: 2011年11月29日 ページ情報: 英文 81 Pages

当レポートでは、12年生以下の学年に向けた学習管理システム(LMS:Learning Management System)の市場について調査分析し、システムの分類・機能・能力、LMS利用の主な理由・目的、学校による導入の事例、導入による各種影響、教育者の今後の導入計画に関する見解、LMSの販売予測(〜2015年)、主要ベンダーの市場シェア、主要ベンダーのプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。


第1章 実装・ポリシー:動向

  • イントロダクション・定義
  • システムの大分類:4区分
  • 広く実装されているLMSの機能
  • LMSの能力として求められる説明責任・デジタルフォーカス・パーソナル化

第2章 市場需要・競合環境

  • イントロダクション
  • 生徒の進歩のモニタリング:LMS利用の主要理由
  • Roseville Joint Union High School Districts:混合的ラーニングへの移行
  • Volusia County Schools:プロフェッショナルの開発がLMS利用を推進
  • Forsyth County Schools:Houghton Mifflin Harcourtとのイノベーションに投資
  • ほとんどの地域でLMSに関して外部のソースを利用
  • Moodle:PreK-12 LMS市場で18.5%の市場シェアを獲得
  • Renaissance Place:主に利用されているLMSに類似のツール

第3章 総論・見通し

  • イントロダクション
  • 教育者:LMSの強力なインパクトを示す
  • 新モデル:混合的な学習とバーチャルスクール
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングとコラボレーションの拡大
  • オープンソースマテリアルの利用の拡大
  • 予算上の懸念:主な導入の障壁
  • シンプルさの維持:シングルサインオン・インターオペラビリティ
  • 地域によって異なるニーズと「LMS Lite」
  • 学校が求めるユーザーフレンドリー性とインタラクティビティ
  • 学校による購入:製品タイプではなく機能的ニーズから選択
  • ベンダー:成長を確認
  • LMS区分:2013年には7%の成長の見込み

第4章 主要企業

  • Blackboard
  • CompassLearning
  • Desire2Learn
  • Edmodo
  • GlobalScholar
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • It's Learning
  • Learning.com
  • McGraw-Hill
  • Moodlerooms
  • Pearson
  • Plato Learning
  • Renaissance Learning
  • Schoology
  • Sophia Learning
  • STI


Product Code: CURP6059481


As schools advance in the creation of digital learning environments, Simba Information brings its established analytics to this still-emerging technology area in the brand new report PreK-12 Learning Management Systems: A Market Overview.

The report examines the role of Learning Management Systems (LMSs), which already are beginning to reshape the delivery, management, and administration of educational content in the U.S. PreK-12 sector, enabling cost-savings, convenience, new more personalized pedagogical models, and new opportunities for system and content providers. To provide crucial market intelligence on this developing segment, Simba Information is partnering with leading education market research firm MCH Strategic Data to conduct a survey of public school- and district-level educators on their current use of and future plans for learning management systems.

Simba defines learning management systems as organizational software enabling the administration, tracking and reporting of student information across all types of educational activities; the delivery of courses; and the facilitation of collaboration and communication.

It serves the needs of three constituencies:

  • Teachers and administrators, who may use an LMS to monitor individual student progress, deliver online and distance-learning courses to students and provide professional development to teachers
  • Students, who may use an LMS to access courses and course materials, work collaboratively and communicate with teachers
  • Parents, who may use an LMS to receive school information, access student work and communicate with the school

Table of Contents


Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Implementation and Policy Trends

  • Introduction and Definition
  • Four Broad Classifications for Systems
  • LMS Functions Widely Implemented
    • Implementation Continues in 2011-2012
  • Accountability, Digital Focus, Personalization Call for LMS Capabilities
    • Looking Ahead with ESEA Reauthorization, Common Core State Standards
    • States Step up with Digital Initiatives
  • Table 1.1: Grade Level Implementation of Learning Management Systems
  • Table 1.2: Duration of LMS Availability in Years

Chapter 2: Market Demand & Competitive Landscape

  • Introduction
  • Monitoring Student Progress Tops Uses of LMS
    • Collaboration Tools Ranks High for Fewer Educators
  • Roseville (Calif.) Joint Union High School Districts: Move to Blended Learning
    • Creating Courses, Finding Materials
  • Volusia (Fla.) County Schools: Professional Development Drives LMS Use
    • Seeking Expertise, Compatible Course Materials
  • Forsyth County (Ga.) Schools: Investing in Innovation with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
    • Moving Materials Online
  • Majority of Districts Choose Outside Source for LMS
  • Moodle Captures 18.5% Share of PreK-12 LMS Market
  • Renaissance Place Is Top-Used Tool Similar to LMS
  • Table 2.1: Percentage of Districts with a Policy Promoting Use of an LMS
  • Table 2.2: Importance of Individual Features of a Learning Management System
  • Table 2.3: How Districts Acquired Their LMS
  • Table 2.4: PreK-12 Market Share of LMS Vendors, Fall 2011
  • Table 2.5: Districts' Implementation of Tools with Functions Similar to an LMS

Chapter 3: Conclusions & Outlook

  • Introduction
  • Educators Show Strong Impact of LMS
  • Policy in the Driver's Seat
  • New Models: Blended Learning and Virtual Schools
    • Broader Integration of Online Resources
  • Increase in Social Networking and Collaboration
  • Use of Open-Source Materials Increases
    • Moodle: Open Source and Fast Growing
  • Budget Concerns Lead Hurdles to Adoption
    • Support is Another Barrier
  • Keep it Simple: Single Sign-On, Interoperability Prized
    • Desire2Learn Works on Single Sign-On
    • Plato Learning Launches API to Expand Community
    • Single Sign-On Remains a Goal
  • Varied District Needs Open Doors for " LMS Lite"
  • Schools Look for User-Friendliness and Interactivity
  • Schools Shop by Function Needs, Not Product Type
  • Vendors See Faster Growth Than Schools Do
  • LMS Segment Expected to Grow 7% in 2013
  • Table 3.1: Impact of Use of Digital Materials on Decision to Implement an LMS
  • Table 3.2: Impact of Implementation of Learning Management System on Use of Digital Materials, Tools and Courses
  • Table 3.3: Educators' Views on Impact of LMS on Teaching and Learning
  • Table 3.4: Integration of Online Tools or Instructional Materials into Classroom Instruction
  • Table 3.5: Use of Online Classroom Assessment s and Quizzes
  • Table 3.6: Primary Reasons for Not Implementing an LMS
  • Table 3.7: Educators' Views on Future LMS Implementation Plans
  • Table 3.8: LMS Sales in U.S. PreK-12 Market, 2011-2012 through 2014-2015

Chapter 4: Who's Who

  • Blackboard
  • CompassLearning
  • Desire2Learn
  • Edmodo
  • GlobalScholar
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • It's Learning
  • Learning.com
  • McGraw-Hill
  • Moodlerooms
  • Pearson
  • Plato Learning
  • Renaissance Learning
  • Schoology
  • Sophia Learning
  • STI

Appendix: Survey Response Detail

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