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The Current Top 5 Highest-Rated Learning Management Systems (LMS)

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Learning Management Systems (LMS), are systems, usually web or cloud-based, used to create a learning environment by administering, documenting, tracking, reporting, and delivering electronic education (also known as e-learning), or training programs. Udutu Guru© LMS by Udutu (Rating: 4.5

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MyUdutu: One of those best kept secrets in e-learning authoring tools

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I haven’t really used a lot of web-based authoring tools though. Recently, I’ve been exploring collaborative web-based options for a report I’m writing and was reintroduced to MyUdutu (from Udutu). I had used the tool once a couple of years ago for a class and watched a demo of their Facebook integration over a year ago. I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of assessment options.

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Which e-Learning Authoring Tool is Best for You? Here Are Some Great Options

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Articulate Rise – If you have any experience with basic web development, Articulate Rise will give you the ability to create web-based courses using web services. Articulate also includes Quizmaker 360, which allows you to create assessments from one of 26 different quiz options, as well as Replay 360, for recording webinars and screencasts. offers many of the same PowerPoint integrations, at a much lower cost. Winner: Best Freemium Authoring Tool – Udutu.

Top 50 Learning Systems for 2020 (Rankings #50 to #40)

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their web site). So rather than just a web link on the rankings, and seeing some web sites that tell you nothing about their system or lack of details, which doesn’t help you in any way, the FindAnLMS, platform, will provide you with a wealth of info that will help you make an informed decision, including going to their site, if you so choose. Udutu – I know a lot folks are going to be wondering, how did they get in, when so and so did not.