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.
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
Any e-learning solution is always enhanced with a strong web conferencing system. But before you select your wc vendor, you will want to find out if the “must-haves” exist, what are their capabilities and how you can utilize them to maximize the effectiveness of your learning program. This week’s topic focuses on the “record” capability.
The Essentials The new pages of E-Learning 24/7 can be found under “The E-Learning Essentials”. You can find these new
One of the little secrets that vendors often fail to tell customers is “LMS Maintenance”. Maintenance can cause all sorts of headaches for you, your employees/customers. Going offline, potential issues and scheduling can be challenges, unless you know ahead of time, what to do.
There may be times that you want customizations that are not included with your LMS/LCMS. When these are must haves, you will need to find out from the vendor if it can be done, what is the cost and how long.
When companies decide to move forward with a LMS/LCMS, they often fail to ask key questions on their infrastructure, their accessibility, security and how end users plan to use the system and access it. Questions need to be raised and answers need to be clarified before any such implementation.