A wrap-up and review of the 2016 World of Learning Conference.
A recent study found that 26% of LMS customers are unhappy with their LMS. I have seen higher numbers as well. The point of it all is that those “retention rates” are really misleading because many people are not happy. It can change.
Rather than focusing on one specific topic, this week we cover a series of topics on what is happening in the LMS market.
As e-learning grows so come new challenges and issues to resolve. The latest to show up? Lack of e-learning knowledge and expertise. For those that offer it, they tend to hide in the shadows.
Recap of the ASTDTK show 2014. Includes the top two 2014 products from the show and review of the event.
The LMS market continues to be plagued with a series of issues that could give anyone nightmares.
Choosing a LMS is no easy task. It takes time and dedication on the part of the buyer.
There is nothing like interaction. Especially when it comes in the form of questions from readers of the blog and
Emerging technology has the power to impact e-learning for the better. Here are four ETs that I see as potential impact players in the industry.
Besides having a modern and crisp UI, easy navigation and support, the difference between a great system and an average system are the features. But just having the minimal doesn’t cut it.