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19 Insider Secrets About Selecting An LMS

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LMS are focused on online learning delivery including both asynchronous and synchronous training. Most often nowadays they are cloud-based, but you can still get ones that are installed on a local server. Most are proprietary but there are some open-source ones too.

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

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Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment): Open source learning platform mostly implemented in education settings. One of the main benefits of open source platforms like Moodle is that they’re free and can be highly customized. 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.

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Microlearning, Engagement, Gamification, and the Elearning Success Summit with Stephen Ladek from LMSPulse

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And then, that last quarter, our instructional designers, people are sitting in server rooms, people who are actually building on the back end. You’ve probably heard it a hundred times, the difference between asynchronous and synchronous learning, right?

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

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Asynchronous Learning. Asynchronous learning allows learners to train individually, enabling them to complete courses at a time, place and pace that suits them. CDN is a global network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers to enable the high availability and high performance of content being viewed by the learner. One benefit of a cloud LMS is that it’s quicker and more cost-effective to install than self-hosted learning solutions. Open Source Software.