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Learning Management Systems that kick ass: Cornerstone OnDemand

Janet Clarey

In this first post, part of the Friday series “LMSs that kick ass,&# I’ll be highlighting one Learning Management System (LMS). First up is Cornerstone OnDemand. I met Charles Coy, Director, Product Marketing, at our 2008 Innovations in Learning Conference (Cornerstone OnDemand was a sponsor). Clearly, Cornerstone OnDemand ‘gets it.’ ’ Via an email interview, I spoke with Charles about what Cornerstone OnDemand is working on and look forward to viewing a demo of their new release in December.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Learning apps. Branon Learning Management System App Stores Bob Little Apps, Not Courses Inge de Waard Augmented reality moves towards augmented learning with easy tools: Wikitude , Layar , ARToolKit. Situated learning (learning within context in a community of practice) grows thanks to augmented mobile reality. Learning Analytics 6. Video galore. Rovy F.

Are Your Training Methods Outdated? Survey Says: Yes

Mindflash

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)/Cornerstone OnDemand Learning and Talent Development Survey 2012 (yeah, that’s a mouthful) asked British training professionals about what techniques they view as effective and which ones they actually use. Only 11 percent pointed to e-learning. companies invested in informal learning tools or services.

LMSs that kick ass: ElementK’s KnowledgeHub

Janet Clarey

A: Sue Rodeman - We recently launched a suite of Collaborative Tools into KnowledgeHub – Element K’s Learning Management System. These tools are powered by Jive Clearspace and provide integrated access to Wiki’s, Blog’s, and Discussion Forums so that they can be included in a development plan, returned in integrated search results, and linked to from our e-learning courses. A: Sue Rodeman - We believe the way learners want and need to learn are changing. Successful LMS’s will be modeled after the way people are sharing and accessing information today. Mzinga.

LMSs that kick ass: Mzinga

Janet Clarey

I’m a more recent reader of Dave’s blog and occasionally have conversations with him in Twitter. A: Dave Wilkins - Mzinga has taken a comprehensive approach to social learning by developing three models throughout various components of our entire Social Learning Suite. The first, the “Embedded Model,” weaves social learning opportunities throughout the asynchronous learning experience. The social media available within the Mzinga LMS includes blogs, discussions, rating, comments, and social profiles. It’s Friday yay! Thanks Dave!

LMSs that kick ass: GeoLearning

Janet Clarey

technologies like Chat, instant messaging, email, file sharing and uploading, resource library, blogging, wikis, discussion groups and RSS feeds. These are all integrated with our LMS platform so that informal learning can still be tracked, managed and measured as easily as more formal training programs. Clients like Cabela's and Computer Associates are using these tools to great success because they enable learning to occur with the flexibility and at the speed their marketplaces require. In this type of situation, informal learning, Web 2.0 Enjoy!

LMSs that kick-ass: Latitude

Janet Clarey

They feel the best way to address social, informal learning (powered by social media) is not to integrate it into an LMS. A: Kurt Crisman - Incorporating social media tools directly into the an LMS assumes that is the best way to achieve the benefits of these tools for both formal and informal learning. However, LMSs are really better at managing prescribed learning, either mandated or suggested from the top of the organization. The benefit of informal learning thrives in a peer-to-peer environment. gadgets (blogs, wikis, forums, chat, etc.)