Multiply the Impact of your Digital Ecosystem with IMS
Edtech products working together to meet the needs of districts, teachers, and students should not be difficult－it should be the expectation. After all, it’s your ecosystem, and your edtech suppliers should play by your rules.
Most districts and states find it challenging to navigate among all the alternatives.
A proprietary ecosystem centered on a single supplier’s approach to integration that limits your choices and puts your digital future at risk
A fragile ecosystem of custom integrations using product-specific APIs that require ongoing innovation and costly upgrades
Claims of data standards implementations that have not been validated as plug-and-play across multiple products, meaning you are still getting custom integrations
Now is the Time to Ignite Your Digital Transformation
As your district prepares for another school year, IMS has the resources to support you in building a digital ecosystem with innovative models that work for every learner. Using the standards together provides the infrastructure to simplify IT and administrative processes, ensure instructional resources are in the hands of teachers and students on day one, and dramatically improve the student experience with rich and engaging digital resources.
Digital Transformation Using IMS Standards
IMS provides standards and partnership for all stages of digital transformation, from building a Foundation, through improving Learning, and promoting Achievement. At each stage, IMS standards are flexible and designed to assist you in building a digital ecosystem that meets the needs of your district, now and into the future.
Build a Foundation
IMS Standards in Action
Districts across the country have already begun their digital transformations with IMS standards. They are using standards that are available today, widely adopted by vendors, have a proven track record in K-12, promote higher usage of digital tools, and deliver high-quality teacher and student experiences.
Plug-and-Play with Vetted Security and Privacy
Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland is committed to a plug-and-play digital ecosystem with vetted security and privacy to protect sensitive student data. Learn more about how Baltimore County uses open-standards from IMS to develop an ecosystem with seamless interoperability and a trusted and secure experience for students.
Forsyth County Schools in Georgia uses digital technology to enhance the learning experience for all students. Learn more about how open-standards from IMS are used to personalize learning, bringing high-quality resources into their LMS, and adding efficiency to administrative tasks.