When is a learning management system not a learning management system? When the vendor pitches themselves as something other than what they are, which is the next generation of a lite learning management system.
People love to espouse the view that learning management systems require x factors to survive going forward. They love to pitch survival within the confines of the modern business world. They also love to perpetuate myths that lack facts and data to support them.
The E-Learning Zombies have risen up in the past, with their genuine lack of interest to move forward. Thankfully that isn’t the norm, rather the rarity. As these trends are on the rise, the days of the Zombies could be gone. Or will it?
During the past 14.5 years, I have seen firsthand what works, what doesn’t and what is really going on behind
When we think of “on fire” it typically means something ablaze. For e-learning in 2013, I’m seeing a few features, tools, systems and capabilities that will be HOT.
The K-12 education learning management systems are starting to understand the needs of the teachers and their students. While some systems are in the failing mark, there are a few who truly deserve an A.
It is time to stand up and shout it from the rooftops – “I’m mad as…” and let some vendors know that the days of treating the customer as secondary, bugs as a way of life and setup fees as the next Fort Knox is over with – now and forever.
The latest LMS directory is here and my top Extended Enterprise Systems rankings for the month of August.
The majority of consumers focus first on features, rather than UI. As such, having the right set of features is important, but I believe having the features that are unique, is what makes a system stand out.
The days of spending over 50K for a nice LMS is a thing of the past. Today solid systems can be found for less than 10K but you will need to make some sacrifices. Most often in robustness of features and a more streamlined approach.