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  2. Blackboard Learn - Wikipedia

    Blackboard Learn (previously the Blackboard Learning Management System) is a web-based virtual learning environment and learning management system developed by Blackboard Inc. The software features course management, customizable open architecture, and scalable design that allows integration with student information systems and authentication ...

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  4. Blackboard Inc. - Wikipedia

    www .blackboard .com. Blackboard Inc. was an American educational technology company with corporate headquarters in Reston, Virginia. It was known for Blackboard Learn, a learning management system. [4] It merged with Anthology in late 2021, [5] with the future name of the combined company not announced yet. The company's last CEO was William L ...

  5. Blackboard - Wikipedia

    A blackboard can simply be a board painted with a dark matte paint (usually black, occasionally dark green). Matte black plastic sign material (known as closed-cell PVC foamboard) is also used to create custom chalkboard art. Blackboards on an A-frame are used by restaurants and bars to advertise daily specials.

  6. Blackboard bold - Wikipedia

    Blackboard bold is a style of writing bold symbols on a blackboard by doubling certain strokes, commonly used in mathematical lectures, and the derived style of typeface used in printed mathematical texts. The style is most commonly used to represent the number sets ( natural numbers ), ( integers ), ( rational numbers ), ( real numbers ), and ...

  7. List of learning management systems - Wikipedia

    Elluminate (acquired by Blackboard in 2010) (acquired by Taleo in 2010) PeopleSoft (acquired by Oracle in 2005) Plateau Systems (acquired by Successfactors in 2011) Softscape (acquired by SumTotal in 2010) SuccessFactors (acquired by SAP in 2012) SumTotal (acquired by Skillsoft in 2014)

  8. Learning management system - Wikipedia

    Learning management system. A learning management system ( LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of educational courses, training programs, materials or learning and development programs. [1] The learning management system concept emerged directly from e-Learning.