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LMS RFP Tips: How to Find Your Best Learning Technology Fit

Talented Learning

Is the LMS RFP a Necessary Evil? A Request for Proposal (RFP) is one of the most widely used yet controversial tools for learning management systems buyers. The LMS RFP has developed a bad reputation because it is easily misunderstood. Shopping without an RFP may seem faster, easier and less complex, but your selection process will be subjective and loaded with assumptions that increase risk. Clients expect me to help them avoid RFP missteps. Project Goals.

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Continuing Education: Will You Sell More CEUs With an LMS?

Talented Learning

People often seek continuing education to earn or maintain a professional license. On the other hand, those seeking professional licenses expect to pay for continuing education. It can be offered as a low-cost option for buyers who must clear the requirements bar. Ultimately, professionals are responsible for maintaining their own license or certification. 5) License and Cost Misalignment. Continuing education is a big business.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Unlike ADDIE, the agile method dives straight into a project, producing small pieces of content very quickly. Usually, the completion of a certain number of units allows individuals to remain licensed in their profession. One benefit of a cloud LMS is that it’s quicker and more cost-effective to install than self-hosted learning solutions. Despite its initial low cost and apparent flexibility, Moodle’s is actually quite expensive to maintain and adapt over time.