Binghamton University has selected the Brightspace platform as its learning management system.
The project, announced by D2L, a global leader in learning technology, will see 17,000 students, educators and administrators transition to Brightspace from another platform.
Binghamton University is the top-rated public university in New York State and is a part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system. It attracts students from over a hundred countries and places special emphasis on cultural and intellectual exchange. Additionally, it’s a highly regarded research centre.
“We’re a very student-centered university, so we wanted to find the most advanced learning management system on the market,” said Paula Russell, Senior Director, Center for Learning and Teaching at Binghamton University. “After a review of the options, it was clear to us that Brightspace was the best solution for our students, faculty and administration.”
The university was attracted to D2L’s commitment to accessibility, which is a top priority for it as it works to meet the unique needs of a diverse group of end-users.
Lee Poteck, Vice President Education at D2L, said: “We share the university’s commitment to offering students the most innovative and engaging learning experience possible, no matter where they are in the world.”Click below to share this article