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LMS

Articles in this category offer useful information about learning management systems, what to look for in one and how to manage it to get the most out of it.

LMS features that companies want
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LMS features that companies want

LMS

As the industry becomes more competitive, many LMS developers are introducing new features in order to stand out from the crowd. While this trend has introduced the e-learning industry with some truly beneficial features, there are others that add no value to the end-user. Here are the most in-demand LMS features that companies look for:

Formal vs informal learning and what the LMS should do about them
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Formal vs informal learning and what the LMS should do about them

LMS

The sooner organizations understand that informal learning is just as valuable as its formal counterpart and incorporate it into their strategy, the better the overall results and the employee engagement numbers will become. An LMS provides the perfect framework for integrating all organizational learning.

LMS reports
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Using LMS reports to find pain points in the company’s e-learning programs

LMS

There is that popular saying that „information is power”. In this case, gathering relevant data from the LMS to identify and address the pain points that arise in e-learning programs gives L&D specialists the power to design and deploy better courses with a greater positive impact in the organization.

LMS adoption
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Top 3 strategies for LMS adoption

LMS

Selecting, buying and implementing a new LMS can be a lengthy process but it doesn’t need to be a difficult one. If all those involved to their homework at the right time and are prepared for every step, success is a guarantee. Project managers have to keep in mind that it’s not over once the system is up and running. Rather, it’s when it all begins.

change your business LMS
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When it is time to change your business LMS

LMS

It’s important to make an evaluation before discarding a business LMS and buying a new one, but it’s also highly advisable not to keep the old LMS that drives everybody nuts and mostly fails in doing what it is supposed to do simply because a large sum of money was initially paid for it.

LMS to be successful
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What it takes for an LMS to be successful

LMS

The power of a good LMS lies in its capacity to empower learners, bring up engagement scores and make a positive change. However, in order for e-learning to remain successful in delivering optimal results, it needs to be designed and deployed keeping in mind a few essential aspects.

before buying an LMS
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5 questions to ask yourself before buying an LMS

LMS

The market is now teaming with LMS solutions for every type of organization and a wide range of expectations and needs. However, buying an LMS is a decision to be made for a longer period of time so it is really important do pick the right one. So here are the main questions to ask before venturing into a LMS purchase.

right type of LMS
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How to choose the right type of LMS for your organization

LMS

When choosing the right LMS, it’s not a question of which is superior to the others but of which fits best the needs (and budget) of the organisation. All stakeholders should have a say in the final choice and a debate about it can only be constructive. The choice has to be one that will be relevant for the foreseeable future.

make an LMS feel more personal
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How to make an LMS feel more personal for each trainee

LMS

The introduction of Learning Management Systems in organizations has the advantage of making all of the processes more effective and easy to track. The downside of this can easily become the overall impersonal feel – when all is translated into numbers. To avoid this, any LMS designer ought to strive to incorporate features that will allow L&D professionals to tailor learning paths and interventions to fit the intended users.

implementing a new LMS
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4 Steps for implementing a new LMS

LMS

In a time when life has more or less moved online and people are depending on technology to make everything easier and less time consuming, it makes perfect sense for organizations to depend on intricate LMSs when it comes to developing their employees. The steps to be taken for a successful LMS implementation are: planning, configuration, communication and testing, with a huge accent on communication.

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