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Top 10 Association LMS Features – 2020 Edition

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The realities of 2020 have accelerated their transformation at every stage of the learning systems life cycle from business case, requirements definition, RFP, contracting, deployment, content development, improvement – everything. Gamification.

Types of Learning Systems

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Heavy use of metrics – A lot of metrics and analytical analysis here – going beyond learning platforms in general, and depending on the LMS, might exceed that too. . In the mid 2000’s these were the upstarts. Usually lacking in social, gamification, a lot of NexGen functionality to be honest, because that is not their forte. My LMS RFP (also covers learning platforms) is a perfect way to do a comparison, when you match it up to the LXP one. .

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LMS Potluck

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The book goes on sale the first week of October and will be an ebook only. As a bonus – buyers will receive my newest LMS RFP template (not available to others at this time), and access into a special site off the blog, with some very cool stuff. Best Gamification Systems (The Top Two as we speak, err as I write – July 27). I read a report a few weeks back which forecast high sales in Gamification in the next few years. For those around in 2000, they did. .

Latest E-Learning News and Notes

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Integrations, Apps will rule – I expect integrations to be huge in 2015 – call it the year of integrations, but don’t expect the huge fanfare that is constantly displayed when folks mention gamification or mobile. Nearly on the dustbin in the late 2000’s, the resurgence is here. I mean why not have some analytics tied to social, if you no longer have the brain power to come up with anything original?

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#29 to #11 Learning Systems for 2019

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But for those of us during those frenzy days of the late 90’s and early 2000’s, once a darling, can easily fade. While I love the analytical data, the initial screen dashboard of some of the items seems squished – you can expand the size to solve that, but the initial is squished. #16 Not a fan of the analytical piece showing the system traffic because well, how does that benefit or even tell me about the training/learning perspective.