a digital learning architecture encompassing a confederation of learning applications, tools, and resources woven together by means of open standards.
In part, because of the inherent variety
What is clear is that postsecondary learning is far too diverse to be enabled adequately by a single application or platform. Therefore, it seems legitimate to conclude that any LMS will always need to be supplemented by additional components and resources, resulting in a digital learning environment instead of an LMS platform.
Raising the question of who decides what supplements are allowed?