LMS higher ed counts by global region

With reporting contributions from Jeanette Wiseman and O’Neal Spicer

We have described how the global LMS market is converging in the sense that the Big Four – Moodle, Blackboard, Instructure, and D2L – end up being the primary competitors in more and more global regions, often with similar dynamics. We have also described Sakai and its decline in some detail. But what about the next level down? Let’s consider four LMS solutions that are still quite active but with fewer institutional users than Sakai – Schoology (whom we have described before), NEO, Claroline, and Chamilo. ((Disclosure: Blackboard, Instructure, D2L, and Schoology are subscribers to our LMS Market Analysis service. Blackboard, Instructure, D2L, and Pearson are sponsoring participants in our Empirical Educator Project.)) The following graphic shows both primary and secondary system usage in higher education in six different global regions, and all four systems have more than 100 active implementations.


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