A Learning Management System is a powerful tool and people need to use it in order for it to make a difference. Just keep in mind that just as important as implementing your LMS is communicating with your content creators and learners along the way. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Choosing an LMS that fits the needs of your company can be overwhelming. There are hundreds of LMS providers out there, and after looking around at a few, they all start to look pretty similar. Luckily, in this article you’ll learn a few key aspects of the whole process. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Congratulations! You’ve made a great decision for your business and your team by considering the implementation of a new training and development strategy with an engaging Learning Management System (LMS). It will be a rewarding journey, and the more you know now, the easier your implementation will be later on. Let’s take a look at what you need to keep in mind before you jump into researching different eLearning solutions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Engaging is one of the assets you should first look for in an LMS, if you ask me. Picking one of this kind will not start solving your problems from day one, however it sure is a step in the right direction. And once you’ve taken this direction, you will be relieved to know about the existence of this eBook, presenting all the right steps to you. Choose to capitalize on 20 years of experience that Knowledge Anywhere counts in the eLearning industry, and LMS implementation will no longer be a mystery. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
The learning curve for an implementation is unforgiving. A successful addition to your learning system involves a lot of Project Management and direct ownership. Having been on both sides of implementation—successful and less so—this is my advice if you have an implementation in mind. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
After much deliberation, your organization has made the critical decision to replace your old LMS with a new system. Or you’ve finally decided to implement an LMS for the first time. In either case, the issue now becomes: How do we plan for the LMS implementation? This eBook has the answer. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.