Case Study: Michigan Teachers Use LMS for On-the-job Collaboration

Michigan Virtual University (MVU) was set up as a not-for-profit corporation to serve as a champion for online learning and a provider of cost-effective services and technology that support teaching and learning. MVU wanted to launch a more cost-effective version of its LearnPort that would allow teachers to get training anywhere with an Internet connection. Find out about the learning management system (LMS) MVU chose.

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