The LMS Study has concluded. We were delighted that our community provided feedback about our learning management system (LMS)! Listed below are ways that we sought community involvement.
Faculty and students were invited to provide feedback via a survey if they met the following criteria:
- He or she had either taught or taken a class within the 2018-2019 academic year.
Note: This survey only sought feedback on Pepperdine's learning management system, Courses (not 2PEP).
Students and faculty were invited to meet in-person or online to provide feedback on our LMS platform.
A series of town hall sessions were intended to share summary details and solicit final feedback from Pepperdine's students, faculty, and staff before a decision would be made to stay with our current LMS platform or potential select a different system. Due to COVID-19, these sessions were cancelled. Preliminary survey feedback from the community was favorable about our current platform and the University will continue with Courses (powered by Sakai). The University will launch a new LMS Study in 3-5 years as the next phase of due diligence review.
Community members are always encouraged to submit feature requests to improve our LMS. Due to COVID-19 and University financial priorities, new requests may be delayed for review until the 2021-22 academic year. We appreciate the community's understanding during these unprecedented times.