There are many traps out there in the e-learning marketplace, nowhere more often seen then in the LMS market. Five traps are listed with identifying markers and how to avoid them. Plus, the new E-Learning 24/7 Blog Linkedin Group – an extension of E-Learning 24/7.
Learning Management Systems of the year; includes extended enterprise, social learning, Big Dog & open source: corporate and academia.
My 2010 Rapid Content Authoring Tools Winners, Innovators, plus updated market trends and 2011 competitive needs.
My five e-learning trends I see for 2011.
The latest LMS directory, featuring a total of 321 vendors, plus a pure HTML5 course viewable in a pure HTML5 player in a LMS
LMSs will survive for years to come, but they must change, they must invigorate and innovate. With the number of vendors in the market, those that stand like stone or run in a wheel like a mouse, will watch their competitors race past them to garner a larger share of the market – the global market.
Many end users have inquired about Moodle, specifically its pros and cons. This is an encore article on the benefits to using Moodle and what you need to know – before you say yes.
What is going on down there in the LMS market? Mobile learning? Crossing into Talent Management? Acquisition? Tablet confusion? Browser Agnostic? Something is definitely going on down there..
Mindflash.com’s solution may call itself a training management system, but it is really a rapid content authoring tool wrapped up with a couple of reports and the ability to have invite people to take the courses. While it provides some very nice features, it offsets it with too much ILT components for me to recommend it.
Before you can discuss social learning you must understand the social media market, understand the data and see the trends. Then and only then, can u see where social learning falls with consumers and vendors. This study answers those points.