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SumTotal vs. Moodle vs. Inquisiq R3: One Non-Profit’s Quest for the Best New LMS

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The most popular systems like SumTotal and Moodle may seem like a safe bet (nobody’s ever been fired for hiring IBM, right?), but that’s not always the case, as HP Freeman discovered shortly after deciding to move from SumTotal to Moodle. This case study is meant to help you avoid a potentially costly mistake and hopefully make your LMS decision a little easier. A large part of their mission includes an intensive training program that teaches the Harold P.

SumTotal vs. Moodle vs. Inquisiq: One Non-Profit’s Quest for the Best LMS

Inquisiq

The most popular systems like SumTotal and Moodle may seem like a safe bet (nobody’s ever been fired for hiring IBM, right?), but that’s not always the case, as HP Freeman discovered shortly after deciding to move from SumTotal to Moodle. This case study is meant to help you avoid a potentially costly mistake and hopefully make your LMS decision a little easier. A large part of their mission includes an intensive training program that teaches the Harold P.

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SumTotal vs. Moodle vs. Inquisiq R3: One Non-Profit’s Quest for the Best New LMS

Inquisiq

The most popular systems like SumTotal and Moodle may seem like a safe bet (nobody’s ever been fired for hiring IBM, right?), but that’s not always the case, as HP Freeman discovered shortly after deciding to move from SumTotal to Moodle. This case study is meant to help you avoid a potentially costly mistake and hopefully make your LMS decision a little easier. A large part of their mission includes an intensive training program that teaches the Harold P.

E-Learning Jargon: What you might think it is.well…

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But SumTotal and alike do it as well. To push that they are inexpensive, usually at the cost of needing those other features – which are add-ons. Oh, there is also API (Application Program Interface) and Mashups (two more APIs – great example – Google Maps whereas they show restaurants, businesses, etc.). Then a wrap-up review of WOLC, the following week. As many of you are aware the e-learning world is well known for its jargon.

Latest E-Learning Trends – Some good, some bad

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If you as the customer want to create your own API/Mashup or find one on the net and want to integrate it into your paid LMS, the vendor will charge you. They will argue it is time and labor costs for the person doing it. When you purchase off the shelf 3rd party courses, either via Skillsoft, Rosetta Stone or whomever and need to integrate that into their system, they do it, and at no cost. There is a cost there, and time/labor on the side of the vendor’s person.

LMS News. Directory. Plus E-Learning Notes

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More vendors enabling the use of APIs – i.e. people can create their own API and integrate them into the LMS/Learning Portal vendor’s system, this equally means you can create mashups too. all the vendor would need to do to resolve this issue, is list under the pricing that the pricing does not include this or that blah blah is an additional cost. So, why then would you not want to know the price – at least the street price, up front.

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