Here is my top five up and coming LMS providers
Too many people in the e-learning industry have been caught up in the buzz word of “web 2.0” when it comes to LMS/LCMS or frankly anything tied to the e-learning sector. In reality, what they should be saying is “social media” and dumping the buzz word of web 2.0.
This is a nice supplement to the LMS Moneyball post and explains why you do not want a one, two year or more than three year contract, when you sign up for a LMS/LCMS.
The e-learning industry – and especially LMS/LCMS systems – is not a non-negotiable industry. Just because they offer a street price, doesn’t mean you should pay it, nor should you. The time has come to end LMS Moneyball.
Some vendors offer a wide variety of add-on options or better known as “modules” which do not come as standard features in their LMS/LCMS. We discuss the Truths and Realities behind this approach.
More Puzzlers that LMS/LCMS vendors seem to have forgotten when it comes to the REAL WORLD! Operating Systems, Browsers and a Language.
LMS/LCMS vendors are now pitching mobile learning, social learning and everything you can imagine, yet they still are living in a time warp from the 1980’s when it comes to great service to the client/customer, true emerging technology and real time support.
While the rage in the m-learning industry is focusing on Smartphones, I believe the real player in the market will be the e-reader, which offers enormous possibilities and features that will truly incorporate the essence of e-learning.
Interoperability is the golden premise in any SCORM LMS/LCMS system. However, if often fails to live up to its billing, and what you have instead is the necessary requirement of tweaking code or making tweaks in your off the shelf courses or 3rd party developer courses prior to uploading them/integrating them into your LMS/LCMS.
Let’s get right to the chase. You have a LCMS/LMS. You generate reports about your employees or customers or both