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What is a Learning Management System? (2019 Update)

Docebo

A Learning Management System is a software-based platform that facilitates the management, delivery, and measurement of an organization’s corporate e-learning programs. Learners: They’re on the receiving end of learning initiatives (after all, they are to whom training programs are intended). Compliance Training : An LMS can also be used to make sure employees receive any mandated training and manage recurring certification and training programs.

See Learning Content From a New Perspective

Docebo

Once a company decides to outsource their content needs, the question remains: “How do I find the right content catalog that not only satisfies the needs of my learning program and engages my learners, but also integrates seamlessly into my learning platform?”. Deploy training programs sooner. Docebo Content is available in two plans to satisfy the needs of learning programs of all sizes.

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Free L&D webinars for November 2019

Limestone Learning

Friday, November 1, 2019, 8AM – 9AM PT: Copyright: Guard Your Goldmine – Protecting What You Create The original works you create — your intellectual property — are your goldmine. Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 9AM – 10AM PT: Address the Skills Gap Challenge with Micro-Credentialing Micro-credentialing is a great way to track upskilling and certification for learners within organizations. Create a training program and team that offers a white glove, learner-centric experience.

How to Start an Online School: Step-by-Step Guide (for 2020)

learnWorlds

Just like elearning coach Connie Malamed says: One of the most important areas we can develop as professionals is competence in accessing and sharing knowledge. Are you doing coaching? Starting an online academy in 2020 can mark the beginning of an exciting journey.

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8 Top Priorities For Your LMS Needs Assessment

Petra Mayer

If, for example, you are a business owner who wants to add training programs to your service offering and you don’t need to track their progress or performance, then you likely don’t need a full LMS. However, if you offer compliance training or a certification program and you need to ensure that the participant has not only viewed the program but also successfully completed a compliance test, an LMS is mandatory for you to sufficiently track the performance.