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Ideally, shared online learning resources should be created in such a way as to be agnostic to their delivery platform and work in any of the various hosting environments around the province and beyond. The reality is, it can often be helpful to know the potential target platforms in which the content will most likely be re-used. Here is a table of the current course delivery platforms at play in B.C.'s public post-secondary institutions.

Institution Name Primary CMS
Secondary CMS (since) Other Details
College of New Caledonia      
College of the Rockies Moodle 1.8    
Camosun College Desire2Learn 8.1 (September 2007) Moodle 1.8 (September 2007)  
Capilano College      
Douglas College      
Emily Carr      
Institute of Indiginous Government      
Justice Institute of BC      
Kwantlen University College      
Langara College      
Malaspina University College      
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Moodle v.?    
NorthWest Community College      
North Island College      
Northern Lights College Desire2Learn 8.1    
Okanagan College      
Royal Roads University Moodle v.?    
Selkirk College      
Simon Fraser University WebCT CE 6   SFU is a SEPP partner in the Sakai project
Thompson Rivers University      
UBC WebCT Vista 4    
UVic   Blackboard UVic's Distance Ed group also produces many courses that do not use a CMS
Vancouver Community College