According to a recent Learning Café survey, 81% of L&D professionals claim that content curation is now a part of their learning strategy. It’s all about the sheer quantity of content available across the Web. If you want your L&D strategy to remain effective and competitive in the years to come, it’s time to optimize […]
Category: Learning Management System (LMS)
The learning management system (LMS) is a digital solution that allows you to track the training progress of your employees.
The costs of owning and implementing a learning management system can quickly push you beyond your budget if you fail to plan accordingly. So, how can directors and managers create a true picture of their actual LMS costs to avoid ballooning expenses? Start by asking yourself several key questions before signing on the dotted line.
Continuing from yesterday’s post, here are the four additional telltale signs that you need a new Learning Management System (LMS) immediately. 5. It Starts to Cost More and Is Difficult to Scale Sometimes you can update your LMS by purchasing additional integrations, services, and capabilities from your current LMS vendor. However, if you notice that […]
Is your LMS still the most suitable and up-to-date system for you and your organization? Technology platforms and software become outdated all the time–and having the wrong technology costs the organization in lost productivity, lost revenue, and more. As the L&D pro, it falls to you to evaluate your LMS and what it is doing […]
Many learning and development (L&D) professionals are starting to curate content for their Learning Management Systems (LMSs) due to the overwhelming amount of data and content being created and shared online every second of every day. (According to research highlighted by Analytics Week, 1.7 megabytes of information per person on the planet will be created […]
LMSs (learning management systems) are great at distributing different types of learning content to learners, but they’re not so great at storing learning content and making sense of it for you. That’s what an LRS (learning record store) does—it stores, records, tracks, and makes sense of the learning content your LMS distributes. Modern LMSs are […]
Here are four more integrations every enterprise will need their Learning Management System (LMS) to have in 2018. [Part 1 of this article appeared in the previous issue.]
Research projects the Learning Management System (LMS) market will continue to grow and that it’ll be worth $7.83 billion during 2018. Many LMS vendors are responding to the accelerated competition in the market space by providing customers with a variety of integration capabilities for their LMSs. Read on to learn the integrations every enterprise will […]
While knowing how to code isn’t necessary, there are some technical things all non-technical training managers need to know when managing an LMS (Learning Management System). Here are just a few of them.
SCORM stands for “Sharable Content Object Reference Model.” The model set the standard for how programmers should create sharable content objects (SCOs) that can be reused in different learning management systems (LMSs). SCORM ensures code written for different learning objects (e.g. popups, quizzes, learning modules) is recognized by various e-learning software, and governs how online […]