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How Does IMS Enable Better Digital Learning Experiences?

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Digital Transformation Strategy

Means getting to the future sooner with sustainable progress.

 

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Seamless Plug & Play Integration

Creates better user experiences & enables greater educational insight.

 

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Agile Open Architecture & Extensive Ecosystem

Enables flexibility, efficiency & choice.

 

Why Does It Make Sense to Join the IMS Innovation Revolution?

Together We Will Get to the Future of EdTech Faster!

IMS Global is the world-leading non-profit collaborative advancing edtech interoperability, innovation, and learning impact. IMS enables a plug-and play-architecture and ecosystem that provides a foundation on which innovative products can be rapidly deployed and work together seamlessly. IMS member suppliers are the market leaders in innovation.  IMS member institutions are getting to the future of digital learning faster.  IMS certification is a bond of trust and commitment to creating innovative products that work together for the benefit of instructors, students, and institutions.

Join the IMS Ed Tech Revolution

 

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Testimonials

We believe that open technologies, embedded in an open ecosystem, lead to better outcomes for the teachers and learners. Without open standards and the educational ecosystem those standards enable, we simply could not meet the needs of our users. IMS Global fosters these open standards and empowers educational innovation, and we are incredibly proud of our ongoing work and collaboration with IMS Global.

Melissa Loble

Melissa Loble

VP, Platform & Partnerships, Instructure

"IMS Global's OneRoster is the district's lifeblood—it's the glue that binds together nearly 30 product integrations established in less than three years. When we embarked on our initiative to bring digital textbooks and interventions to the students of Philadelphia, we knew we needed an interface standard that could jump beyond the proprietary tools of the past. OneRoster has allowed us to rapidly integrate with service providers of every size and skill level."

Kirk A. Cless

Kirk A. Cless

Executive Director, IT Architecture, OIT and Data Management, School District of Philadelphia

IMS Global is an unsung hero in the rapid transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis. If the data interchange standards had not been in place, we would have never been able to set up the integrated systems our faculty and students needed to make this rapid transformation.

Dale P. Johnson

Dale P. Johnson

Director of Digital Innovation for the University Design Institute, Arizona State University

Contributing Member Institutions

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
OESIS Network
Lumina Foundation
Crosstown High School
Mastery Transcript Consortium
Fayette County Public Schools - KY
Chicago Public Schools
Fayette County Public Schools - GA
Seattle Public Schools
Neosho School District
Collective Shift/LRNG
Harford County Public School
Oregon State University
University of Florida
Arizona State University
Brandman University
Purdue University
Lee County Public Schools
Baltimore County Public Schools
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Escambia County School District
FLVS - Florida Virtual School
Forsyth County Schools
Gwinnett County Public Schools
Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS)
Austin Independent School District
North Allegheny School District
Deer Park ISD
Northcentral University
University of Wisconsin System Administration
Wichita State University Office for Workforce, Professional and Community Education
University of Notre Dame
School District of Philadelphia
Henry County Schools
Institute for Information Management and Communication, Kyoto University
Park Hill School District
UmeƄ University
Broward County Public Schools
University of Central Florida Board of Trustees
Volusia County Schools
Research Center for Computing and Multimedia Studies, Hosei University
Unit - The Norwegian Directorate for ICT and Joint Services in Higher Education and Research
Pittsburgh Public Schools
University of British Columbia
Polk County Public Schools
Clayton County Public Schools
University of California San Diego
School District of Pickens County
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
University of California System
University of Maryland Global Campus
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Michigan
University of Phoenix
University of Wisconsin
Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (WSBCTC)
Western Governors University
American Public University System
California State University, Office of the Chancellor
Open University of Japan
EDUCAUSE
Framingham State University
Fulton County Schools
Hall County Board of Education
Houston Independent School District
Indiana University
Jisc
Katy Independent School District
Keller ISD
Laramie County School District #1
Orange County School District
Pennsylvania State University

Contributing Member Suppliers

RANDA Solutions
VidGrid
Unox Portal (Pragnya Technologies Pty Ltd)
CatchOn
Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
LearnPlatform
Portfolium, Inc.
Digital Knowledge EdTech Lab Inc.
Clever
explorance
Kimono
Infinite Campus, Inc.
Otus
Moodle
Oracle Corporation
SAFARI Montage
Schoology
Turnitin
Wiley
Workday
Sakai/Tsugi
Cengage
Lumen Learning
Credly
Parchment
D2L Corporation
Educational Testing Service
Harvard Business Publishing for Educators
Instructure
Kaltura Inc.
Advance Education, LLC
Renaissance Learning
World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment WIDA
K12
Abre
Drieam
Trifork Amsterdam B.V. (Trifork B.V.)
Hyland Credentials
Cornelsen Verlag GmbH
Uchida Yoko Co., Ltd., Uchidayoko Institute for Education Research
AEFIS
Microsoft
Open Assessment Technologies S.A.
Pearson Education
Santillana Global
Cito
ACT, Inc.
Blackboard, Inc.
Accelerate Learning
University of Kansas Achievement and Assessment Institute
Campus Labs
Data Recognition Corporation
Ellucian
Elsevier Inc.
Google LLC
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
IBM
itslearning
LearningMate Solutions Private Limited
McGraw-Hill Education
Focusing on a complete set of foundational

Initiatives

that enable educational institutions to fully leverage the benefits of digital technology now and in the future.

Digital credentials are reshaping the way we think about education and professional development by enabling lifelong learner-control of their evidence-based skills and achievements and supporting the transition to standards-based and competency-based learning.

Clickstream learning data from all digital resources—available in real-time and viewable using any dashboard—can help inform student success strategies, institutional academic decisions, instructional design, and provides a common data format for research on student learning.

High-quality innovative digital assessment that is accessible, adaptive, and safeguarded for integrity, complements the teaching and learning process, enabling effective interventions and continuous improvement.

Scalable, seamless, and secure integration of all digital content, learning tools, and assessment products into an institution’s digital learning environment is the most effective way to support next generation teaching and learning.

Packaging learning content from different sources and streamlining the management of digital resources saves valuable instruction time and provides greater choice and flexibility that leads to better learning experiences.

 

IMS Meetings & Webinars

29 Jun 2020 - 11:30am to 12:30pm, 27 Jul 2020 - 11:30am to 12:30pm

IMS CLR Roundtable (Open to the Public)

12 Aug 2020 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm

IMS Technical Congress and On-Demand Developer Webinars 2020

2 Nov 2020 - 1:10am to 30 Nov 2020 - 1:10am

IMS Europe Summit 2020

16 Nov 2020 - 1:10am to 19 Nov 2020 - 1:10am

IMS Quarterly Meeting & Student Success Summit 2020