Project management with domain experience
Implementing a new LMS is quite the undertaking and it has huge implications for your organization. Having years of extensive experience with Canvas, Drieam’s Project Managers will help you make the right decisions at the right time. From planning, integrations, and governance to training and support, change management and communication, our team will use previous successful implementations of Canvas to make sure you get the most out of this innovative LMS.
Instructional design expertise
We strongly believe that there’s more to good teaching than simply adding new technology to the existing courses and content domains. It is important to revise the entire process when looking to incorporate new technology, rather than going with the flow. Implementing a new LMS creates a perfect opportunity for instructional designers to take another critical look at their course design. By offering didactical expertise and assistance, Drieam uses Canvas to guide designers who are looking to (re)design their course. Additionally, Canvas also helps institutes turn educational vision into concrete and usable design tools.
Analytical insight into the behaviorisms of – and adoption by – your end-users is important when coordinating a large project like implementing a new LMS. These insights could be the difference between a successful and unsuccessful project approach. By offering Microsoft Power BI consultancy, Drieam can assist your institute with defining success indicators that are aligned with your educational vision, dashboard design and real-time dashboard development.
What others say
"Drieam supported Nyenrode Business University in the first implementation phase of Canvas with project management and didactics. By sharing best practices for project management, functional usage of Canvas, course design for Business Schools and clear guidance on didactics, we were able to successfully conclude the project, create course templates and draft up a plan to roll out Canvas within the entire organization."