Whereas most companies fervently guard their data, we believe in sharing. Sharing selection experiences and outcomes is integral to speeding up the process, lowering the cost and fixing a broken process. Why? Because when Institutions share data, collaboration on a global scale becomes possible. The process becomes more open, and this, in turn, improves outcomes for students, professors, employees and software makers. LISTedTECH is a for-profit company (with a not-just-for-profit attitude). Everything we develop must bring us closer to easing the selection process and improve the data surrounding it. Our end goal is to improve the HigherEd selection process and reduce its costs.

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The Transformation of the OPM Market

The Online Program Management (OPM) product category has changed in the past few years. Contrary to most product groups, the OPM market is now dominated […]

Most Common SIS and LMS Used in Community Colleges

Community colleges are often an afterthought in the HigherEd world. Yet, in the United States, there are almost 1,500 institutions, and in Canada, a little […]

The New Face of Finalsite

When Finalsite purchased Blackboard K-12’s product suite in mid-September, we finally got the answer to the question from September 2021: what is the fate of […]

An Overview of the North American LMS Market (K-12 and HigherEd)

Note: This post combines all K-12 School Districts and HigherEd Institutions in North America. The North American LMS market has evolved a lot over the […]

Market Niches Can Change… But They Usually Don’t

We often believe that companies enter a product category and their client base remains the same over the years. Even if this is true for […]

SIS and LMS Used in School Districts

Have you ever asked yourself: which SIS is used with a given LMS? When an institution considers replacing its learning management system, it may want […]

The Educause Post Got Traction

Last week’s post got lots of coverage. Some bloggers played with the data to build alternative versions of some graphs, while others commented on the […]

Details on the K-12 SIS Update

Following our K-12 SIS historical implementation update, we received a few questions and comments that we want to address in this post’s update. This post […]

What is Your Institution’s Most Challenging EdTech Deal?

This is a question that I’ve been thinking about for nearly two decades: “What is your institution’s most challenging edtech deal?”  Before I created the Student […]

Chatbots in Higher Education are Reaching Millions of Students

It’s not every day that you see a higher ed chatbot company raising $117 million. However, that was announced last week by Ocelot, a texting and […]

itslearning Exits the US Market

Last week, we found a document that said: “During the 2021-2022 school year, itsLearing [sic] announced it was ending service to all of North America.” […]

Shifting Enrollments in US Colleges During the Pandemic: Going Online

With the late August release of IPEDS enrollment data, we have new, important views into the enrolment shifts that have occurred across US higher education. […]

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