1. Carleton University’s Learning Management System (cuLearn) is Changing in 2021
  2. Updated Project Timeline
  3. Governance
  4. Agendas, Meetings and Consultations
  5. Draft Specifications
  6. Learning Management System Evaluation

Carleton University’s Learning Management System (cuLearn) is Changing in 2021

Carleton University has decided that a change to our current LMS configuration is necessary to meet the growing needs of faculty, students and staff.

Following broad consultation with the campus community throughout 2019, requirements were developed for a Request for Proposal (RFP), which was issued in November. The university did not receive a proposal from any service provider that offered a Moodle solution, on which our current LMS is based. As a result of the RFP process, three vendors – Blackboard (Learn Ultra), Instructure (Canvas), and D2L (Brightspace) – were shortlisted.

This means Carleton will adopt a new LMS in 2021, with a limited pilot in the winter 2021 term and full adoption in the summer 2021 term.

Updated Project Timeline

Roadmap of LMS process. Initiation 2018. Planning 2019. Evaluation Winter 2020. Setup and integration Fall 2020. Pilot Winter 2021. Full implementation May 2021.
Revised Timeline for Carleton LMS Implementation 2018-2021

LMS Survey Report (Fall 2018)

LMS Status Report (Fall 2018)

LMS Townhall 2018 (Fall 2018)

Governance

LMS Review Project Charter_final

LMS Review Steering Committee Membership

LMS Advisory Group Members

Agendas, Meetings and Consultations

LMS review listening session slides

LMS Working Group – January 31, 2019

Sprott School of Business – February 25, 2019 – 3 pm

Campus-wide listening session – Friday March 15, 2019 – 1-3 pm – ML 482

Campus-wide listening session – Thursday March 21 – 1-3 pm – TB 506

Campus-wide listening session – Wednesday April 10 – 10 am – 12 pm – DT 2017

Campus-wide listening session – Thursday April 11 – 1-3 pm – CB 3101

Campus-wide listening session – Friday April 12 – 10 am – 12 pm – CB 2202

Faculty of Science – Thursday May 9 – 1:30 pm

Draft Specifications

Draft LMS requirements: Open for feedback

Learning Management System Evaluation

It is important to the university to have faculty, students, and staff involved in the LMS evaluation process. You are the users of the system. There are multiple ways you can contribute to this process. Please visit the Learning Management System Evaluation page to find out more.