Everyone loves lists. So, here are five lists focusing on the LMS space. Some will be thought provoking others will be enlightening.
People love to tell you how their free open source system which they build is better than a commercial one. However, they often fail to mention that they have the internal resources to do it OR that if you do not have those resources, building it will end up costing you more (in many cases) than going commercial.
The latest tracking indicates that there are four features every LMS must include now, but there are also two features that shouldn’t be left out. One just makes sense. The other, soon will be.
The top 20 Learning Management Systems of 2013-14
Craig Weiss’s debut State of the LMS Industry 2014 report is now available. Read about what is included in the report, learn about the rankings criteria and download a free sample. Includes the top ten systems.
Too many people think that if their LMS has the latest features, the latest capabilities that all will be well. They are so wrong. First, they have to have the content, specifically the right content.
The LMS market continues to be plagued with a series of issues that could give anyone nightmares.
A few days ago, I mentioned in my Linkedin group that I was reading the Himalayan Times which had an
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