Five classifications of Learning Management Systems (LMS)

Connect Thinking

The data provides HR with information on talent and skill gap. . SkillSoft SkillPort ). formal, informal, social, self-directed, certified, performance support, anytime/anywhere learning) the better the fit for your business. There are lots and lots of Learning Management Systems (LMS) on the market. From my observation, I have categorised LMS based on the business motivation to create and offer them to the market: LMS that are part of a larger ERP system (e.g.

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SkillSoft's inGenius: About adding meaningful context.

ID Reflections

One more point that could make organizations happy: it seems that future releases of inGenius will extend support to SkillSoft's SkillPort LMS and other e-learning modules. Collaborative features/informal learning features and are essentially bottom up. It should be interesting to see how inGenius gets adopted in organizations and how it evolves to be the bridge between formal and informal learning. SkillSoft recently (about 3 weeks back) announced the launch of inGenius.

Skillsoft buying SumTotal – My Take

eLearning 24-7

The reason for the acquisition at least from a press release and information on the purchase (and available for viewing on the Skillsoft site), screams of HCM (Human Capital Management). HCM, among other things is all about HR (human resources), HRIS (human resources information systems) and the wherewithal of all that is part of it. Skillsoft at this present time, does not sell Skillport as a separate LMS. .

LMS Satisfaction Features and Barriers

Tony Karrer

SkillPort scores very high as well on satisfaction. Tools for On-Demand Information - An LMS? SkilISoft SkillPort Skillsoft 12 8.03 Update, Nov.