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Your LMS criteria can make or break your buying process – here’s how to win

Docebo

These will give you a good roadmap for where you want to head, and help you decide whether the LMS vendors you’re considering can get you there. SCORM, AICC, and xAPI.

What is a Learning Management System? (2019 Update)

Docebo

Content Integration and Interoperability: Learning management systems should support learning content packaged according to interoperable standards such as SCORM, AICC and xAPI (formerly Tin Can). White-labeling and Branding Customization: Immerse your learners in a completely unique e-learning platform and maintain brand consistency within your e-learning experience. The vendor delivers support services and stores all data in the cloud.

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Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 2 (M-Z)

LearnUpon

Today, I’ll complete the list by defining the true meaning of training, from ‘manifest’ to ‘white label’ Let’s dive into the language of learning! Companies should be wary of the value a “free” learning platform can deliver and alert to the costs quickly accrued in maintaining, updating and supporting an LMS without a vendor. One popular eLearning podcast is hosted by Connie Malamed and started in 2013.

Learning Management: What does a Training Company need an LMS for?

Upside Learning

For the purpose of this post I am focusing on the premise that training companies will be using the LMS to host and deliver/sell their own training content online to their existing and new customers (or individual users). Hosting and Support Since the core business of a training company is offering training, what they need from the LMS vendor is a complete package on hosting and support. Most training companies seem to prefer the vendor host and support the LMS.

Learning Management: What does a Training Company need an LMS for?

Upside Learning

For the purpose of this post I am focusing on the premise that training companies will be using the LMS to host and deliver/sell their own training content online to their existing and new customers (or individual users). Hosting and Support Since the core business of a training company is offering training, what they need from the LMS vendor is a complete package on hosting and support. Most training companies seem to prefer the vendor host and support the LMS.

RIP Old LMS… Say Hello to the Next-Gen LMS

Paradiso

Many of these experiences arise because the market is crowde d with LMS vendors who are incapable of meeting the dynamic business needs of an organization. A single instance of LMS can host and manage a multiple databases / clients / customers / partners. SCORM / AICC / Tin Can Compatible LMS. All the courses are SCORM and AICC compliant, and cover almost every business’s training needs. White Label LMS (Branding).

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

LearnUpon

AICC (Aviation Industry Computer-Based-Training Committee): The first official eLearning content standard, AICC was developed by the Aviation Industry CBT Committee in 1993 as a CD-ROM based standard. A predecessor to SCORM, AICC was difficult to work with and many steps were required to get content in the format running in an LMS. One benefit of a cloud LMS is that it’s quicker and more cost-effective to install than self-hosted learning solutions.