An interesting blogpost of Edutechnica. Based on open data they created a dataset of all universities in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia including their enrollment numbers, geographical coordinates, and URLs. That was not all, they went further. With a combination of Google’s search API, Microsoft’s Bing search API, and a number of open source software libraries they crawled each university’s web site to identify the primary LMS (or in more than 200 cases, multiple primary LMSs) in use. After some clean up, they came with interesting numbers:
More information and details on their blog.
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