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The Enterprise Learning Ecosystem Demystified: Part I

ATD Learning Technologies

If I offer to assist with analysis, and the prospect has not already chosen a solution, they may suspect bias—and I risk disqualifying my product from the RFP. During the 1990s (and even more recently in the 21st century), the work involved to securely connect APIs in the enterprise setting was time-consuming and cost-prohibitive. By using APIs, we can rapidly and securely expose services to share and make connections between the systems within the enterprise ecosystem.

Break it down! (No it’s not Hammer Time! Yet)

eLearning 24-7

Mobile learning platforms. Security is quite strong, privacy is there and when there is a problem, they deal with it – albeit you might have to make a call and unleash the power of your voice (ok, maybe not). I’m not a fan of AICC – IMO in the past, but the same structure follows as the authoring tool above. Actually, I do blame: Vendors who still post RFP templates on their site – which by the way tend to be geared towards themselves.

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LMS Review: Litmos

Talented Learning

Its mobile responsive design is built to support employee, extended enterprise and nonprofit learning with a clean user interface and a carefully chosen set of essential options. Mobile responsive design for all users/roles. The Litmos LMS is a simple, cloud-based, mobile-friendly LMS meant for quick, self-service setup. With 4 million active users, this LMS is mature, proven, secure and continuingly evolving to address market requirements. 2004, AICC, xAPI.

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The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

The first official eLearning content standard, AICC was developed by the Aviation Industry CBT Committee in 1993 as a CD-ROM based standard. Bring Your Own Device is a policy whereby employees or members bring and use their own mobile, tablet or laptop device in a training or work setting.