Edvance360 Releases Project Mothership – An Innovative Platform to Help Universities, Proprietary Schools, and K-12 schools Manage Content Across Campuses and Districts

The Mothership Project is a high level learning management system (LMS) that doubles as a central course catalog. Multiple second-level LMS iterations (for each school/campus) are tied to this top level LMS (i.e., the Mothership) to enable administrators to manage all the different versions of content across their multiple campuses and LMS installations.

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The Mothership Project solves painful problems for administrators with multiple campuses

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

Edvance360, the 2011 CODiE winner for Best Post-Secondary Course or Learning Management System, has been working closely with colleges and K-12 schools that have a number of campuses across a geographical area or district. These campuses all have their own learning management systems, but reuse very similar course content. Administrators were reporting problems with managing all of the different versions of content across their multiple campuses. Edvance360 worked closely with them to solve these problems. The result was the Mothership Project.

The Mothership Project is a high level learning management system (LMS) that doubles as a central course catalog. Multiple second-level LMS iterations (for each school/campus) are tied to this top level LMS (i.e., the Mothership). Then, via common cartridge imports/exports, the Mothership LMS exports course cartridges into each second-level LMS (school/campus). Additionally, content developed at each individual school/campus can be exported back up to the Mothership LMS. This capability provides clients with a central course catalog through which they can easily distribute and manage curriculum and associated Learning Outcomes across their multiple schools/campuses. Each school/campus has their own unique LMS site—their own brand/logo, etc. There would be no difference for the faculty or users at these second-level learning management system sites. The course content is simply controlled at the top level and then synced up with the second-level learning management system sites for each school/campus.

“We have found that the Mothership solves painful problems for colleges and K-12 schools with multiple campuses,” explained Cathy Garland, Vice President of Marketing & Sales at Edvance360. “It enables them to report on and manage course content, Learning Outcomes, and provide accountability across institutions.”

Find out more about the Mothership Project here: http://www.edvance360.com/mothership

About Edvance360
Edvance360 is a Learner Management System (LMS) and secure social network that equips schools, corporations, and organizations to host online courses, implement modular courses, and revitalize residential courses to make them more interactive.

Edvance360 provides an easy-to-use interface for students and faculty, course management and creation tools, a secure social network, Web 2.0 tools, and collaborative communities to help educational institutions build a networked learning environment.

For more information, please visit Edvance360.com or call 866-458-0360.

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Cathy Garland
Vice President of Marketing & Sales
Edvance360.com
866.458.0360


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