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Learn how Saint Mary's University of Minnesota both migrated to Canvas using Scaffold and archived student data on Scaffold, hosted by Inside Higher Ed. Speakers include:
Andrea Carroll-Glover, Vice Provost of Online Strategy & Programs at Saint Mary's
Tianna Johnson, Asst Vice President for Information Technology at Saint Mary's
Abram (Abe) Hedtke, Director of Instructional Technology at Saint Mary's
Josh Kim, Director of Online Learning at Dartmouth College and IHE Contributor
Steve Mildner, Chief Revenue Officer, K16 Solutions
"When K16 Solutions joined us at the table to discuss the unique challenges around our LMS transition to Canvas, they did not come with a quick-fix to sell us, but rather offer to partner with Rutgers in identifying the issues, developing a solution, and implementing it in a way that would meet the needs of all our stakeholders. Throughout the experience, the K16 team showcased their technical prowess, willingness to collaborate, and most importantly, empathy for our faculty and students."
“A list of robust courses was provided to K16, and not only were they migrated quickly, the content was placed in Canvas in a way that made the courses ready for immediate faculty use. In a few cases, courses were provided to K16 Solutions in the morning, migrated, and available for faculty use in Canvas the same day. Very impressed by the speed, accuracy, and cost (as compared to other migration option), WFU signed an agreement with Instructure and K16 to move all Sakai courses to Canvas."
"CSU Fullerton partnered with K16 Solutions for the development of Moodle integrations in their Scaffold Migration platform. Once the integration project was completed, we were able to begin moving courses in bulk from Moodle to Canvas and have already moved well over 10,000 courses with another large batch planned before the end of the year. Using an automated solution like Scaffold Migration has saved our faculty and staff countless hours that would have been spent transferring and repairing course content."