2010 LMS Products of the Year

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Big Dog (Saba, SumTotal, Plateau, Cornerstone OnDemand, Learn.com). Extended Enterprise – System must have e-comm, multi-tenet – fully skinnable, additional functionality. Saba. Saba does a good job as well. Extended Enterprise. While many systems have offered in the past e-comm modules, these systems created solutions/features within their LMS for an “extended enterprise&# or as one puts it “channel product management&# capabilities.

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.

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Latest E-Learning Trends – Some good, some bad

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It has become an add-on fee for many vendors, and even worse, many of whom have an “extended enterprise&# or multi-tenet system (or advertise that option). Let me be clear on this, in order to have extended enterprise, you need e-commerce. 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.

Review of #ASTD2014 International Conference and Expo

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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.

E-Learning Trade Shows + Product Reviews 4 #TK11

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The Swipe Rule – Vendors need to swipe your card to follow up with you; which is fine; but I cannot tell you the number of times when I was a Director of Training and told the vendor in the face to call me or email me, and never heard from them. The Learn.com product was a very nice solution, but only if you purchased their enterprise with the required minimum number of seats and with all the add-ons that came with it.

LMSs that kick ass: Mzinga

Janet Clarey

Publisher further fosters learner social interactions through a variety of social media within the courses themselves; authors can embed course-specific blogs, comment and ratings capabilities, and even YouTube videos and Google Mashups. Social learning, on the other hand, empowers organization from the bottom-up through transparency, trust, and self-direction. It’s Friday yay! That means it’s time to feature another LMS that kicks ass!