Support and Service among LMS providers has always been the number one reason on why people switch systems. But something is happening. LMS Tech support overall, is getting worse and it isn’t just a couple of vendors, it is quite a few.
Some forecasts for 2014 and beyond.
Another fun installment of questions and answers from blog readers. This month we discuss LMS ROI, e-learning on the international scale, and a brief update on my LMS report.
Some LMSs are hurting themselves by failing to include a variety of features and capabilities. Including Big Data.
Choosing a LMS is no easy task. It takes time and dedication on the part of the buyer.
I want to be the first in a long line of folks to congratulate on getting that new LMS. If
A trend that is making its way through the LMS market is an increase in one time setup fees.
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.
With so many systems out there pitching themselves as extended enterprise, now is the time to distinguish who really hits the high note and who is moving towards it.
Everyone is saying that gamification in e-learning is going to be a blockbuster. That is really works. I’m hear to tell you that it really only works if the learner actually learns, retains and synthesizes the information. Otherwise, it is just points.