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10 LMS features that you should in an eLearning platform

Pinlearn

What is LMS software? The formal definition always remains the same, but the utility of an LMS software varies from objective to objective, industry to Industry, and time to time. According to Wikipedia, a learning management system (LMS) is software that administers, documents, tracks, reports, and delivers learning materials, agendas, or educational programs. If not, just skip and look at some other vendor. Training managers to track the course progress.

The Rise of LMS Specialists: A Tour of Learning Tech Innovation

Talented Learning

So far, I have formally reviewed and currently track 120 of them. For a thorough understanding of “who’s who” in today’s learning technology space, we have published the LMS Almanac , which includes (among other tools for LMS buyers) 75 in-depth vendor profiles.

Top 10 LMSs of 2015

eLearning 24-7

I track 645 LMSs in the world. Several vendors are offering discounts, if you decide to purchase their LMS. A few of the vendors are offering at least 10% off the price of the system. Below are the vendors who offering some type of discount if you end up buying the system. And the stories I heard this past 2014, were unreal with some vendors and not in a good way. It is the easiest thing to fix and apparently with a lot of vendors, impossible to do.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

mLearning Trends

One year ago today, I offered nine predictions running the gamut of hardware, software, industry players and general market movements based on trends we were experiencing in the commercial mobile learning marketplace; here’s my analysis of where these predictions landed twelve months later.

New Learning Solutions

Tony Karrer

In some cases, I'll connect back to the vendor to ask how it's different than some of the other products in the market. Different Type of Solution I'm going to be more interested when you tell me about a new solution that doesn't fit into the existing categorizations of tools. Or maybe it's a product that lives on top of SharePoint. Or a learning tool that leverages those products to help aggregate activity. Quite often integration is the barrier to adoption of tools.

Are you playing the role of the Subject Matter Expert instead of the Instructional Designer?

Janet Clarey

And, no doubt I’ll piss off some people for my opinion of rapid e-learning tools. The person that I wrote the email to was questioning his ability to really create sound e-learning (using a rapid development tool); how to ‘lay it out.’

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