The Blackboard Learning System: The Be All and End All in Educational Instruction?

@article{Bradford2007TheBL,
  title={The Blackboard Learning System: The Be All and End All in Educational Instruction?},
  author={Peter G. Bradford and Margaret Porciello and Nancy Balkon and Debra Backus},
  journal={Journal of Educational Technology Systems},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={301 - 314}
}
Blackboard Inc. provides powerful and easy-to-use systems for educational instruction, communication, and assessment. In the last three years, Blackboard Inc. has marketed two major product lines: the Blackboard Commerce Suite and the Blackboard Academic Suite. The core of the Academic suite is the Blackboard Learning System, the course management system for classroom and online educational assistance. Other course management systems and learning management systems exist, including Angel/LMS… Expand
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