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Implementing a Course Management System in a Religious School Cooperative

Author(s): Angela D. Benson (The University of Alabama, USA) and Sharon Y. Tettegah (University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Copyright: 2013
Pages: 19
EISBN13: 9781466648357


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Public and private K-12 schools are turning to course management systems to provide enhanced classroom and online learning opportunities for students. This case describes the system-wide implementation of a course management system to serve 3000 students in a school system consisting of 12 independent church schools in a southeastern state. The challenges this project faced included the geographic dispersion of the involved schools and project team, the variance in individual school populations, and the limited in-house support staff available in the district office and in the schools to support the project. The project manager introduced another challenge by choosing to use formal project management methodologies and tools for the first time in the school system with this project.

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