A good LMS implementation means goal setting, careful planning, regular reassessment, and a lot of strategic decision-making. We walk you through it in 8 steps.
While the rest of the world is getting faster, leaner, and more intuitive, too many L&D teams are still putting up with clunky old SCORM. We wanted to know why, so we asked the experts. Find our what John Leh, Peter Riber, Craig Weiss, Laura Overton, and Christopher Lind have to say about why we're still stuck with SCORM.
You need an enterprise LMS—but you want to make sure you make the right choice. We break down the 7 attributes you should look for.
You know what social media is...but do you know what a social learning platform is? Discover its defining characteristics, and an even better alternative.
For Learning and Development teams, an LMS is practically indispensable. Still not convinced? We'll walk you through the six main benefits for your business.
If you’re one of the 57% of L&D pros expecting to spend more on online learning, you'll want to optimize your budget by choosing the right learning management system (LMS) type for your business.
Creating better learning experiences starts with picking the right tools. But how can you know which learning management system is right for you? Use our LMS features guide to help you select an LMS that will enhance your learning programs and your L&D team's workflow.
Struggling to create all the courses you need for your L&D program? An authoring tool might be just what the doctor ordered.
Forget the acronyms, this is the learning software your need.
Almost all LMSs focus primarily on administrators, not learners. It's top-down by default. And who loves top-down anything? No one.