Big News in 2020
The IMS community collaborates and innovates to advance edtech excellence and create new paths to success for all learners.
IMS Community Delivers Solutions for Highly Effective Digital Teaching and Learning
In spring 2020, IMS members came together to produce a series of on-demand webinars sharing their experiences and insights as they transitioned to delivering virtual and hybrid instruction at unprecedented levels.
Comprehensive Learner Record Empowers Lifelong Success
The CLR standard from IMS is the only comprehensive data standard in place today that meets the objectives of an official institutional learning-focused and comprehensive learner record.
Get Powerful Insights into Learner-Centric Data from K-12 to Higher Ed and Beyond
The IMS Student Learning Data Model provides clarity on how open standards can work together within your digital ecosystem to enable the data needed to improve student success and achievement.
IMS Compatibility Check Offers Trust and Transparency for Your Digital Ecosystem
New IMS services provide support for districts and suppliers with faster, more reliable ways to identify and resolve technical gaps so teachers and students get equitable access to digital learning resources when and wherever they need them.
Accessible Digital Assessment Made Easier
QTI 3.0 enables the most advanced assessment techniques to be fully accessible, provide actionable and timely data, and meet the full range of your testing needs.
Protect Your Learners and the Data They Generate
IMS launched the TrustEd Apps program to guide all stakeholders toward secure data use and privacy. We've vetted over 5,000+ apps using the IMS community-developed data privacy rubric.
"We need to bring on vendors very quickly and make sure they work within our current ecosystem of technology solutions. IMS TrustEd Apps helps us cut through the backlog of vetting and approving all of the apps coming in. Now, our academics and technology departments have a partner to support and streamline our processes so we can get tools into the hands of our students and teachers quicker, while also ensuring their safety."
—Jeff McCoy, Associate Superintendent for Academics, Greenville County Schools