DevLearn Day 1

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LMSs are more about compliance and regulatory and not about remediation. As for the point that LMSs are focused on compliance and regulatory – that is 100% not true. Some LMSs have compliance features, but no one is telling the client they have to use them. Regarding the “managers” pushing compliance courses or courses in general to learners – which is the fault of the LMS – another sadly misunderstood statement.

Insight – The Top 50 LMS 2017 Report

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Open source systems are included, but not “customized shops or botique firms from customized Moodle per se that you pay” In the 2017 report, the number of vendors explored was 1,000. Feature details on learner capabilities, administrator fuctionality, social, mobile, gamification, compliance/regulatory, skill sets, total experience of the system, integrations.

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Insight – The Top 50 LMS 2017 Report

eLearning 24-7

Open source systems are included, but not “customized shops or botique firms from customized Moodle per se that you pay” In the 2017 report, the number of vendors explored was 1,000. Feature details on learner capabilities, administrator fuctionality, social, mobile, gamification, compliance/regulatory, skill sets, total experience of the system, integrations.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

I tried to capture things down as they were said, here are my notes: Firewalls IP Privacy / Confidentiality Security Control over Quality of Information Strict Control Over Policies – Accuracy Liability / Discoverability / Compliance Change Management – Ready for It / Culture Management Take it Seriously – Away from Work Education of Management Lack of Resources – Mobile Devices Push Back from Workforce - Adoption This is a pretty good list of commonly cited barriers.

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