Growing learner needs, training requirements, and busy work-life cycles– all these are prompting organizational training to go mobile. When learning goes mobile, the Learning Management System (LMS) that manages all Learning and Development (L&D) activities should also be available on mobile devices. This will help your organization provide learners uninterrupted access to learning and training; moreover, you can track learners’ progress without obligating them to sit at their desks. So, how can you make your LMS mobile compatible?
Nowadays technologies are growing very fast and we see new technology launched very often. No doubt the enhanced technology will really improve the performance of existing system. However, you are flooded with a surfeit of technologies to choose from. While you might not have the technical knowledge about it, you cannot ignore them also. You need to be aware about the challenges and demands of your learners. It is important that you should make use of the latest technologies to build efficiencies and get better ROI.
There is so much of informal learning that goes on in organizations. But there is no record of it. Right? Wrong, now you can do that on your LMS. An LMS can record all the learning that happens under your nose, provided you allow leniency to creep into your work process.
How can you choose the right Learning Management System (LMS)? What does it take to ensure you get the maximum ROI on your LMS? To find out, I spoke to Razzak Hussain, Director of Learning Technologies at CommLab India, an organization that has been providing learning management services for the last 16 years. Mr. Hussain is an L&D veteran with more than a decade of experience in the field of learning technology.
How can you ensure the safety of your confidential data? What does it take to prevent a costly information heist? One of the key repositories of your organizational data is your Learning Management System (LMS). It is a treasure trove of sensitive information – information about your business processes and strategies, new products, and other vital information, and theft or destruction of this data could have catastrophic consequences.
Learning has crossed the doors of the classroom long ago and conquered the online terrain. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are confined to recording and tracking learning on digital devices. So how do we track learning at the workplace that has become informal in the form of activities, networking, work assignments, and collaboration outside the classroom?
What comes to your mind when you think of managing your training content? A Learning Management System? Half your worries are gone if your choice of LMS is right. According to a report by Capterra, Moodle is the most popular Learning Management System in the world, when the number of users is taken into account. I am sure that sounded sweet if you are already using it. In case, you are not, there is no harm going through this blog to know why Moodle is one of the most popular LMSs in the world.
Tracking an eLearning course is very critical to evaluate the performance of learners. An LMS can automate all the tracking and recording activities, maintain records of learners’ details, score sheets, grade reports, issue of certificates, and much more.
Looking for a Learning Management System (LMS)? Not sure which one to go for? Let your worries rest in peace and read on. An LMS is a system that manages, documents, tracks, reports, and delivers e-learning courses or training programs. When an LMS can do so much to ease your training process, it pays to put in some efforts to choose the best one in the market. Let’s look at the 7 steps that’ll help you select the right LMS for your training needs.
Organizations train their employees to improve their knowledge and skills required for their jobs. Training itself is quite a challenging task for training managers, and asking them to track and prepare training reports might seem even more challenging. But, with an LMS, it becomes easy and time saving.