Educators Are Increasingly Choosing Brightspace to Deliver the Best Online and Classroom Learning Experience for Students
D2L, a global learning technology leader, is proud to announce that over the past two years, a growing number of learning institutions are switching to its Brightspace platform from Pearson LearningStudio. Brightspace is the recommended LMS for Pearson LearningStudio customers, who consist of institutions with full or partial online programs and who were notified of Pearson’s plan to retire the Pearson LearningStudio platform.
To accommodate the increased demand from Pearson LearningStudio customers, D2L is also announcing an upgraded version of its Pearson Conversion Tool, making it easier for institutions using Pearson LearningStudio to import their curriculum to Brightspace. With the converter, course data such as content, Doc Sharing, web content uploads, Quizzes, Webliography, and more can now be automatically imported into Brightspace, simplifying the transition for instructors and LMS administrators.
“We’ve created a seamless migration path for Pearson LearningStudio customers so they can easily move to Brightspace without disrupting students or faculty,” said John Baker, D2L CEO. “The growing wave of customers that are embracing Brightspace shows we can deliver an innovative learning experience and minimal disruption.”
A number of institutions have switched to Brightspace from Pearson LearningStudio over the past two years, including:
- Texas Christian University
- Saint Leo University
- Mount Sierra College
- Southern Technical College
- Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Saint Leo University became a D2L customer earlier this year. “For us, the priority was to create an ecosystem that is future-ready and innovative,” said Dr. Jeff Borden, Chief Innovation Officer at Saint Leo. “D2L helped us make that a reality through its wide integration with our existing systems, robust automation and streamlined processes, and support for mobile technology. The relationship with D2L has felt like a true partnership — so our students can truly come first.”
Brightspace was created with the modern, mobile learner in mind. The platform engages students by incorporating personalized learning, mobile devices, and gamification.
To learn more about Brightspace, visit https://www.d2l.com/products/learning-environment/.
D2L’s Brightspace is an online learning platform that helps schools and institutions deliver personalized learning experiences to people anywhere in the world. Created for the digital learner, Brightspace is cloud-based, runs on mobile devices, and offers rich multimedia to increase engagement, productivity and knowledge retention. The platform makes it easy to design courses, create content, and grade assignments, giving instructors more time to focus on what’s most important — greater teaching and learning. At the same time, analytics reports track and deliver insights into the performance levels of departments, courses, or individuals.
Brightspace is used by learners in 50 countries, and the company’s track record of innovation has been widely recognized. In March, Fast Company Ranked D2L #6 on the Most Innovative Companies of 2016 list in the Data Science Category, amongst Google, IBM, Spotify, Costco, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. eLearning Magazine recently rated D2L as #1 in Adaptive Learning, and Brightspace was recently named the #1 LMS in Higher Ed by Ovum Research.
D2L is the software leader that makes learning experiences better. The company’s cloud-based platform, Brightspace, is easy to use, flexible, and smart. With Brightspace, organizations can personalize the experience for every learner to deliver real results. The company is a world leader in learning analytics: its platform predicts learner performance so that organizations can take action in real-time to keep learners on track. Brightspace is used by learners in higher education, K-12, and the enterprise sector, including the Fortune 1000. D2L has operations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Brazil, and Singapore. www.d2l.com Twitter: @D2LNews