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LMS RFP

Tony Karrer

Continuing on from my earlier posts: LMS Selection Presentation Reformulated LMS Selection Team and Stakeholders LMS Selection Process From several comments and from looking at my list of issues, I realize that writing a good LMS RFP is challenging and it's easy to make lots of mistakes. LMS RFP Resources John Theis wrote a dissertation on the contents of 25 RFPs submitted to an LMS vendor. But, what I see as the most common problem in LMS RFP documents are the requirements.

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How to Pick the WRONG Learning System

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I understand you do not want to hurt other people’s feelings or you have been notified that you have to ask all these departments for their suggestions, but no one ever says you have to take all that stuff and stick it into your RFP or documents or make it an important component of the decision making process. Focus on what it can do, what problems it will solve with your organization, how this or that, will boost productivity and or sales, or whatever you are trying to accomplish.

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Digital Learning Platforms In, LXP out

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If after a few years, nobody can recall your name, or remember your name or even associate your name with the type of product you are, then you need to change your name. Types of content includes media – which is either video, audio, or any type of immersive assets – a course that is interactive, a PDF that has mini video pieces, content that is engaging to the learner – in other words, pro-active not reactive. There is an old story about branding.

LMS Review: Adobe Captivate Prime

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Skills are integrated throughout the product. Product: Captivate Prime. Product Type: Learning Management System. Product Video: What is Adobe Captivate Prime? 2004, AICC, xAPI, video, audio, pdf, Office. See More Vendors in our LMS Directory.

E-Learning Q&A November Issue

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and tie it often to increased productivity, greater sales and other, but when it comes to showing the numbers to back it as such, it really doesn’t exist. . You can toss in web conferencing too – webinars – and as I noted in my presentation in Australia, if you do it right, webinars and more importantly the cost of that web conferencing product could pay for itself in just one month (as in offsetting the cost of the product over the course of a year).

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