The LMS Debate rides again

Clark Quinn

Formal learning is necessary, and tracking it can be required, but it’s a small picture. Yes, Dave Wilkins of Learn.com and Tom Stone of Element K have already argued that the label is still needed in the marketplace, but I’m really trying to shift the way people think about what their role is, and to me using the label LMS is a major barrier to shifting out of the comfort zone.

Interoperability – It works every time! Wrong.

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Your 3rd party developer or the 3rd party off the shelf vendor (example: Element K courses or Rosetta Stone) to go into the new system. can be tracked. You will spend a lot of time tracking people down, dealing with technical issues that you shouldn’t have to. Interoperability – The Double Premise for a LMS/LCMS. You can take any course from one system pull it out and then upload it into another system and it will work without any problems whatsoever.

LMSs that kick ass - OutStart

Janet Clarey

LMSs control, track and report on formal learning initiatives while a social media platform enables rather than controls informal learning. We developed our social media platform separate from our LMS as many informal learning initiatives do not require the formal reporting and tracking features of an LMS. Element K. Another Friday and another LMS that kicks ass! This week’s featured system is OutStart. I interviewed Jeff Whitney, Vice President of Marketing.

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Another tool you might want to consider (among several) is TweetDeck , which provides you a host of excellent features to track whatever you want, and also enables conveniently to update your own Twitter world. 8220;We have to track EVERYTHING!&#. Best of eLearning Learning.

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