Learning Systems RFP and Tier4 NexGen

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I note this, because this post covers my new Learning Systems RFP Template , which includes the latest NexGen Tier 4 feature sets. Why one RFP instead of specific ones for LXP and LMS? This is far better than them receiving a 20 page RFP or 100 page RFP. Vendors who gripe, clearly have never experienced a 10 page or more RFI/RFP (and high page RFPs are common). . Security measures are very important with online proctoring. EXTRA! EXTRA!

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LMS Do and Don’ts – Isn’t it time to do what’s right?

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Meet my friend, the RFP. If you are going to use an RFP, I recommend using the one I created for each and everyone. LMS RFP Template (click the link). The security info and technical data they will provide comes directly from those individual sites. If you have employees using a Windows mobile device (from you) state that. Thus, if you require your employees to go through a VPN, then yes, that should be on the RFP. Security inquiries.

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How to Buy a LMS

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M-Learning- Mobile Learning. This means the system can be viewed via a mobile device. Right now works with mobile devices. Requires a native app (self-contained) on the mobile device and enables online/offline synchronization. While it has amazing potential, I have some concerns tied to privacy and security, which I believe need to be resolved. Security concerns. It opens up real security issues. Try to avoid using a RFP template.

The Enterprise Learning Ecosystem Demystified: Part I

ATD Learning Technologies

If I offer to assist with analysis, and the prospect has not already chosen a solution, they may suspect bias—and I risk disqualifying my product from the RFP. During the 1990s (and even more recently in the 21st century), the work involved to securely connect APIs in the enterprise setting was time-consuming and cost-prohibitive. By using APIs, we can rapidly and securely expose services to share and make connections between the systems within the enterprise ecosystem.

Break it down! (No it’s not Hammer Time! Yet)

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Mobile learning platforms. Security is quite strong, privacy is there and when there is a problem, they deal with it – albeit you might have to make a call and unleash the power of your voice (ok, maybe not). Actually, I do blame: Vendors who still post RFP templates on their site – which by the way tend to be geared towards themselves. Organizations who recommend the value of RFPs and either have a link to an RFP template or how to do a RFP.

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Top LMS Industry Facts of 2016

iSpring Solutions

Top reasons why clients choose an on-premise LMS: Low costs in the long run; Security restrictions for storing proprietary data (governmental organizations, banking sphere); Full control of LMS software and data; More customization opportunities. Among the top LMS trends in 2016 are the following: Mobile Learning; Gamification; Personalization; Cloud; Video; MicroLearning; Social Sharing. Shared. The LMS Industry is rapidly growing and developing.

What you can expect in 2019

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Anyone who has experienced the SCORM claims of interoperability of course, new that wasn’t going to be smooth sailing and my biggest concern from day one was tied directly to security and privacy. Identifying what are the browsers the SaaS authoring tool, e-learning or system will work in (minimum requirements including mobile). Vendors tend not to share that info, unless it is in an RFP and even then, I’ve seen plenty who say, “All”, really?

Reader Mail (Support, Rankings, etc.)

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Sure, but hey if you are using this via mobile and concerned about security, your face is the way to go. Looking at their mobile phones. Unless otherwise indicated, all can be found on Findanlms.com, where you can search by filters, contact them, send them an RFP and schedule a demo.

2015 LMS Rakings for K-12, HE and Report Criteria

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Secondly, areas were identified by which a point total would be assigned based on them achieving all those points in that specific section (varied by each section – using my LMS RFP template – newest version, not yet posted, but will be included in the report for anyone to use). Sections included Learning Environment, Social, Mobile, Gamification, Classroom Management, Notifications, Event Management, Security, Administration, e-commerce, training and support.

Best of the Best – Top 5 Gamification LMSs

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Before, I dive in, let me notify you that you read more about each of these systems in my latest report, Top 50 LMS Mid-Year Rankings, which contains additional listings of the top three systems by vertical, market and additional genres, including mobile. Plus the report includes detailed profiles of 46 systems including implementation, training/support, roadmap for 2014-15, social, mobile, app features, how they calculate pricing, setup fees, number of clients, top verticals and more.

When your LMS BFF is no longer

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If you are a vendor you are likely to see it too often and it appears when the “potential customer” sends you a RFP without ever talking to you prior to. . Or they send the RFP after a discussion, but before seeing the product. Nowadays it is easy to just send off that RFP without doing any due diligence. I’ve had vendors tell me they are mobile responsive. I’ve been there.

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Psst. You wanna buy some features?

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Here mobile, mobile, mobile. 18% support mobile learning in some fashion either via smartphones, tablets – the majority support only smartphones. Two vendors identify mobile but clearly state it is only for laptops. Others: Secure – always has existed since SaaS has been available online – which is more than 13 years. If you are going to do a RFP, remember the five golden rules: Should be no longer than 8 pages.

What about UR infrastructure? Questions 2 Ask B4 Implementing a LMS

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Security must be set accordingly. What about security? Of course, for security issues – at the workplace – you will need to setup security for what they can access (if you have a protocol that end users cannot access the Internet or is limited on time). Mobile Learning Access. Again, security issues are very important, so you will need to set accordingly. However, if you do not plan to offer mobile learning access, this is not relevant.

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What about UR infrastructure? Questions 2 Ask B4 Implementing a LMS

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Security must be set accordingly. What about security? Of course, for security issues – at the workplace – you will need to setup security for what they can access (if you have a protocol that end users cannot access the Internet or is limited on time). Mobile Learning Access: If you plan to offer this, then you will need to find out what smartphones will work with your LMS, i.e

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The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Bring Your Own Device is a policy whereby employees or members bring and use their own mobile, tablet or laptop device in a training or work setting. Support for mobile learning (mLearning) is an important factor in the delivery of just-in-time learning. mLearning (Mobile Learning). This is learning that’s conducted on a mobile device, like a smartphone or tablet. PCI (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard). RFP (Request for Proposal).

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Foucault, Control and the LMS

Mark Oehlert

Again its late Sunday and I am medicated but when I read these passages from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP) , which describe Foucaults "modern disciplinary society" and its techniques for control, I am struck by how they almost seem to be taken from an RFP for an LMS acquisition: Hierarchical observation : "A perfect system of observation would allow one "guard"to see everything (a situation approximated, as we shall see, in JeremyBenthams Panopticon).

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