I'm working on an academic continuity plan, and one of the issues that's come up is a lack of any rhyme or reason about learning management systems. There's a homegrown campus-wide version, and then some colleges have their own solutions (usually Moodle, though I heard a nasty rumor one group has BlackBoard).
For a meeting next week, I need to write up some sort of pros/cons/things to think about one-pager for top-level muckymucks. I see it as essential that we have an LMS in place should we face social isolation measures being put in place for pandemic flu, and it's likely we'll have to keep teaching online despite campus closure because we won't have the money to refund tuition.
So, anything I should keep in mind? I know the limitations of our homegrown system, but I wanted to query for any additional advice people have.