Adding a learning management system to a school’s existing ed-tech inventory involves many difficult decisions.

When choosing an LMS, make sure you choose the five or 10 things that are the most important to you and focus on those, rather than coming up with an extensive list with hundreds of requirements, suggests Phill Miller, vice president of product strategy for Moodlerooms.

“Once you focus on those things that are really important to you, then ask, ‘Is it easy to use, easy to train my faculty?’” Miller says.

Another key aspect to consider when implementing an LMS is to have a “champion” at the...

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