LMS Implementation Webinar featuring ELMS:LN!

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LMS Implementations Proprietary vs. Hybrid vs. Open Source
Learning Management System Implementations
Proprietary vs. Hybrid vs. Open Source
September 27th, 2016 12:00 PM
 About The Webinar
 DATE: September 27, 2016
 TIME: 12 PM Eastern / 9 AM Pacific, 90 minutes  LIVE: Interactive, initial presentation with  discussion
 TAKEAWAY: Summary of the concepts and options discussed in the webinar 
 PRICE: Free to all attendees
Bardic Systems is hosting this conversation about LMSs to help districts, states, and vendors clarify the questions and thinking they should undertake as these platforms become more pervasive and integrated with systems throughout the education ecosystem.
Panel Discussion Lead/LMS Consultant
Alex Jackl
CEO - Bardic Systems
 Alex Jackl is a technology strategist, data scientist, and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience leading the development of technology and policy solutions for educational enterprise systems.  Alex is nationally recognized as a leader in state, national, and multinational initiatives, developing practical applications for use of standards and data.  
Greg Nadeau
Manager - Public Consulting Group/Google Classroom Expert
Greg Nadeau has eight years experience as Chief Technology Officer of the Massachusetts Department of Education, and fifteen consulting with private companies, education organizations, and states focused on longitudinal data systems. Mr. Nadeau was on the SIF Association Board of Directors, led the CEDS Logical Model for NCES, CCSSO’s State Core Model project, and was an expert consultant to the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). Mr. Nadeau has directed successful statewide education data projects in 8 states and worked with many more including the EngageNY Open Education Resource Project.
Open Source
Charles Severance
Founding Chief Architect of Sakai and Atsugi

Charles is a professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan. He is the Chair of the Sakai Project Management Committee (PMC) and works as the Sakai Chief Strategist. Previously he was the Executive Director of the Sakai Foundation and the Chief Architect of the Sakai Project. Charles also teaches two popular MOOCs to students worldwide on the Coursera platform and has written for a number of publications as well as authored books related to open source activities. 

Bryan Ollendyke
Project Lead - ELMS: Learning Network

Bryan has a B.S. (2006) and M.S. (2015) in Information, Sciences & Technology. His Master's Thesis of Information Altruism highlights that through donation of information technology we are able to change institutions. He has been contributing to Drupal based systems since 2007 and is a tireless advocate for the transformative nature of open source. Bryan is a leading voice in the Drupal in Education community and has helped Penn State adopt and grow a vibrant Drupal environment. Bryan consistently presents at conferences that open source can, will, and does transform our institutions and our world.

District Implementation Consultant
John Phillipo
CEO at the Center For Educational Leadership and Technology
 Dr. John Phillipo is a former school administrator and the founder of the Center for Educational Leadership and Technology (CELT). CELT assists institutions in linking 21st century educational reforms with the effective use of information technology. Dr. Phillipo is recognized widely as a resource consultant for learning organizations and state/federal departments of education. He recently coauthored the article: Learning Management System: The Missing Link and Great Enabler.