Top 15 Learning Management Systems mid-year 2014

eLearning 24-7

If you are seeking a system that is a mash-up of useful business tools with a strong LMS, than this is a system to examine. Their ideal market honestly is education, but they as many other VLPs have realized that corporate is a delicacy that cannot be passed up. If there were any minuses it would be the charging of extra items such as gamification ($19/mth), e-commerce ($39/mth), white labeling ($39/mth) and their classroom management ($199/mth). I love to travel.

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Free L&D webinars for December 2019

Limestone Learning

Join guest speakers, Cliff Stevenson, Principal Analyst for Brandon Hall Group, and Nick Hutchinson, Head of Solution Consulting for Talent Acquisition, Saba Software, as they take a deep dive into the candidate experience, starting from the moment a new potential employee first hears of your organization all the way through to recruiting, hiring, and on-boarding processes. Keeping up with the pace of change can feel next to impossible.

Review of #ASTD2014 International Conference and Expo

eLearning 24-7

hey it is a Mashup of Emotions! Great to see Saba attend the event. Welcome back, Saba, we missed you – okay, some people missed you, okay a few.okay.a Expo vendor pick up in terms of leads and traffic. Day two really picked up, with those same vendors telling me they had a great day, good leads. Cornerstone On Demand, SumTotal, Saba, Totara, Moodle, MindFlash, Net Dimensions, ANewSpring, Litmos, Upside Learning, Inquisiq R3, iSpring.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Virtual classrooms and smart-boards are used in a more student-centered way (not putting all the attention to one person up-front=bad). open up exciting opportunities for people to access relevant information where and when they require it. Here's what came up. My Predictions So with all of that as a lead up. In trying to come up with next month's #LCBQ, we specifically wanted to be able to name this.

LMSs that kick ass: Mzinga

Janet Clarey

Mzinga believes that while traditional web-based training and eLearning courses have provided great ROI and cost reduction, they lack the social aspect of learning—the diversity in perspective, the insights, and the real-world stories and sharing that have always happened in a classroom. In this model, Mzinga “hides” the LMS, but still exposes certifications, compliance, curriculum, virtual classroom, and courses through deep, direct links. It’s Friday yay!