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Answering your LMS Questions

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How many of you have seen vendors respond to your questions? A: Virtually every LMS vendor out there in the marketplace provides these features. Congrats, you are probably looking at less than 10 (based on my LMS directory which contains 475 vendors). Custom domains – rather than have yourcompany.vendorname.com, some systems are now offering custom domains so that your learners see whatever name you create.com and remove the vendor name.

LMS Decision Making Criteria B4 U Buy

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This isn’t the same as a user case study you see on vendors websites (which btw are nothing more than marketing materials wrapped up in a “research” like angle. Of the 35,000, 15,000 of them are taking two ILT courses a month. We want them to continue to take ILT courses, but register online and take at least one online course a month. Of the 35,000, 15,000 of them are taking two ILT courses a month. Trust me, you want one.

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ATD2015 Conference Post – Review

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But trust me when I tell you this, that it has no bearing on my thoughts of this year’s conference, because overall it was the best one ATD wise that is, I have ever been to. That said, there were some hiccups and from an entire vendor wise (expo here) angle, some unique and some, uh. I can honestly say, the ATD show is changing from ILT driven (it has always been that way) to e-learning improvement. Vendor Time – Vendor Time. Vendors of Intrigue.

Step right up to the LMS Sideshow

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Act 2 – Select only a vendor who is well known (name recognized). What it does mean, is that the vendor is strong in marketing and getting their name out to the general public. Trust me when I say this, someone out there was the first to use Cornerstone OnDemand. Classroom management is a mix bag, since some folks want features within it, some don’t want or need the classroom management, which is ideal for ILT. Hello, hello, hello!

LMSs that kick ass: Mzinga

Janet Clarey

Mzinga’s second Social Learning model, the “Amazon Model,” is broader in scope; much like Amazon.com, it involves closely wrapping social media and networking around a particular item—in this case, any kind of formal learning within our LMS, from curriculum, certification, courses, and simulations to ILT, virtual classroom, assessments, surveys, and off-the-shelf content. Prior LMSs in this series: Cornerstone OnDemand. It’s Friday yay!