How to Choose, Rollout, and Effectively Use a Learning Management System by Hans Mundahl

November 2, 2015 Hans Mundahl

You’ve heard of learning management systems, but what exactly it would mean for your school?

Would it mean your school would become more connected? How about more one-on-one time for students? Or what about easy access to grades for parents?

With the right learning management system, your school can expect all of those things and a whole lot more. In our eBook, Working Towards a Solution: How to Choose, Rollout, and Effectively Use a Learning Management System, we’ll walk you through:

• What a learning management system is
• The benefits of a learning management system for your teachers, students, and parents
• How to select the system that will work for your school’s needs

About the Author

Hans Mundahl

I've been an educator since 1995 when I first stepped into the classroom as a Fulbright exchange teacher in the former East Germany. Since then I've been an Outward Bound instructor, a teacher, tutor, admission officer, house head, evening administrator on duty and I ran the experiential learning program at New Hampton School for almost ten years. Today I focus on technology integration centered on values-driven technology integration and 1:1 iPad initiatives. Recently I had the chance to help New Hampton School become an Apple Distinguished School and I co-authored the iBook Teaching with the iPad (available on the iBookstore). Now I'm the founder of a scrappy little company (one employee!) called Hans Mundahl and Associates, inc a digital strategy consultancy for schools and non-profits.

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