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LMS, LCMS, Content Authoring: Exploring eLearning Tools

WBT Systems

It is software that sits on an organization’s server or in the cloud , allows managers to enroll employees in courses (or lets employees self-register), and presents the learner with a menu of lessons from which to choose. Once a learner chooses an item, it then launches that lesson. The lesson is usually not created in the LMS. An authoring tool , also called an eLearning development tool, is used to create the lessons themselves.

How to MOOC: Bite-Sized Content

Your Training Edge

These lessons are especially valuable for corporate training and continuing professional development programs, which companies are rapidly moving online to lower costs and increase efficiency. Ideally, the chunks should contain three main elements – content, activity, and review – so that each mini module is a complete learning experience. This will discourage learners from procrastination by letting them know that they can complete a full lesson in a short period of time.

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Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

The Lectora 2017 Users Conference promises to be an exciting and engaging event. For example, open the e-learning module by telling the learner they are auditing a client and one day during lunch an employee working in the organization enters their office and accuses the vice president of embezzling. In a learning module, the outcome is more certain. These are all ways that put a player at risk and can be incorporated into learning modules.

52 eLearning Experts Share their Best Tip for Creating Engaging eLearning

eLearningArt

Humor, story telling, facilitating communication between learners by social media or – if possible – IRL will reinforce the learning climate. Jennifer is the Community Manager at Trivantis, the company behind the Lectora eLearning authoring tool. She brings her experience in eLearning development and instructional design to empower the Lectora community to build better eLearning.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

So the organization where I work now is a non-profit organization that covers the state of Oregon, and we offer training to people in a lot of different work areas (we call them service areas), where we have custodians, and facilities people, and a warehousing system, and educators, and social services-types of positions. So from there, you prioritize the modules that you have, and your start on your instructional design, whatever way makes sense for that particular project.