Contributing Members, Affiliates, and Alliance Participants
By purchasing products and services from these organizations you are voting with your dollars for IMS’s unique collaborative approach to supporting the education industry. These organizations not only support the work of IMS financially, but they are the leaders in adopting open standards.
Contributing Members are the voting members and strategic partners of IMS who lead and ratify IMS standards. Affiliates are early adopters of IMS work. Alliance Participants partake in conformance activities on a specific IMS standard.
Some organizations claim to be affiliated with IMS GLC who are not. Only the organizations listed below are truly affiliated as IMS Contributing Members, Affiliates and Alliance Participants.
For more information on joining the IMS membership, please see the How to Join page. The terms of membership and IMS' governing rules are contained in our Certificate of Incorporation and the IMS bylaws.
Find out how Blackboard is demonstrating a commitment to open standards and interoperability, contributing their support to the development of new IMS standards, and investing in the future of the edtech ecosystem.
Learn how Broward County Schools are enabling learning for all at any time and any place
See how Concentric Sky is helping lead the digital credentials movement through their contributions to the Open Badges standard and beyond.
See how Fulton County Schools are using OneRoster to help the district achieve more personalized learning for students.
Read about how the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Virtual School are preparing their students to learn, live, and lead.
Find out how GCISD got to 95% digital on day one of learning for the 2018-2019 school year.
Learn how Gwinnett County Schools’ strategy for a seamless digital ecosystem has been a tremendous success.
Find out how the Katy Independent School District is creating a plug-and-play ecosystem for teachers and students revolutionizing the district's digital learning environment.
Learn how through the use of the LTI standard, the University of Central Florida has been able to significantly extend the capabilities of their learning management system
American Psychological Association
American University in the Emirates
Anglia Ruskin University
Appointlink Portal Solutions
Barnes & Noble
Blue Earth Interactive
Columbia County School District
Computerized Assesments and Learning, LLC
Custom Network Solutions
Direktoratet For E-Helse
EBSCO Information Services
Electric Paper Evaluation Systeme
Encore Technology Group
Faria Education Group
Genuine Genuis Technologies
Great River Learning
Hanover High School
Harris Education Solutions
Hawkes Learning Systems
Heritage Christian Online School
Impelsys India Pvt Limited
Kendall Hunt Publishing
Library and Information Resources Network
LifeWay Christian Resources
Mackin Educational Resources
National Paralegal College
National University of Singapore (CIT)
Open Up Resources
Rediker Software, Inc.
Reiss Romoli Srl
Sonic Foundry, Inc.
State College of FL Collegiate School, Manatee County
Talis Education Ltd
Teamie PTE LTD
Texas State University
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
University of Glasgow
University of Southampton - Learning Societies Lab
University of St Andrews
Westminster University in Tashkent
Williamson County Schools