What you need 2 know: 3rd Party Content

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The courses sit on the LMS server, thus in a sense your LMS and not on the 3rd party course provider’s servers. Then: The usual content included Business Skills (I include Sales here – some folks have it as a separate category), Compliance, Software – usually Microsoft related, and some technical programming stuff depending on who you went to, Leadership Development, Health and Safety. Prefers on their servers, but has in the past, had it on LMS servers.

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Out with the old LMS in with the new: Part I

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If you have proprietary courses already in place in your LMS, those need to move over to your new one – the easiest way to do this – is hopefully before you uploaded it into your LMS, you have the exact copy someone on your servers or desktop or drive. Again, you should have these files someone on your servers, desktop, drives, whatever. In Lotus Notes and Outlook you can track the email, to verify they opened it and it got there.

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