*Here are a few recent thoughts about the usage of LMSs and CMSs outside of school/courses, for both students and instructors.*

Likelihood students use an LMS outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood students use an open source CMS outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

Likelihood instructors use LMS outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood instructors use an open source CMS outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

Likelihood students use LMS skills outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood students use open source CMS skills outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

Likelihood instructors use LMS skills outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood instructors use open source CMS skills outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

Likelihood students use LMS tools outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood students use open source CMS tools outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

Likelihood instructors use LMS tools outside of courses? ~ 0%
Likelihood instructors use open source CMS tools outside of courses? ≫ 0%

— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) December 28, 2015

A flipped-LMS approach using an open and collaborative Web platform (i.e. CMS) minimizes effort/time with a closed LMS and maximizes time/effort with an open source CMS.