Top 50 Learning Systems for 2019 (50 to 30)

Back by popular demand, the top 50 Learning Systems for 2019.  As in last year’s post, the rankings will be split up over multiple blog posts and weeks.  First up, #50 to #40 listed, followed by mini breakouts for #39-30.  Next post by Feb. 1st will be #29 to #20 – might push it to #11), following week I will be traveling to speak at ATDTK, Feb. 8th at 8 a.m. on “So, you wanna buy an LMS?”,  then off to LearningTech19 in London, thus the post on Feb. 17th, will cover the Top 10 systems. As mentioned in a … Continue reading Top 50 Learning Systems for 2019 (50 to 30)

Learning System Award Winners 2019

If you were in the nineties here in the states, and had a postal address, you likely received the Publisher’s Clearinghouse sweepstakes.  I know I did. And every time I got it, I dreamed that a scratch card here for more choices, scratch card there – “What even more drawings?”, I knew this would be the year.   I mean it said no purchase necessary, but come on, deep down you have to buy one crummy magazine, because wink wink, that’s your ticket in. And so you and millions of your fellow human beings mailed it in.  And waited.  Well, wait … Continue reading Learning System Award Winners 2019

Top 10 Learning Systems for 2018

I’m sitting here on my patio, with the sea of Cortez in my view. The sun is setting and the only thing on my mind right now, is the Top 10 learning systems for 2018.  That and the hawk that flew by and the stillness of the sea and… well, you get the picture. Now without further adieu #10 Cornerstone Learn –  Heyo!  Cornerstone breaks into the top ten for the first time, so congrats.  Big wins includes a course marketplace (some folks refer to it as a learning experience platform, but I’m not seeing that, since uh, a learning … Continue reading Top 10 Learning Systems for 2018

Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)

Here it begins.  Oh wait. Here it starts. Oh, whatever.  The debut. This year’s Top 50 learning systems for 2018 is now out, and we are doing it a bit different this year.  Before diving into the high analysis of #11-20, a bit about the rankings.  By the way, this post is long, so if you want to jump right into the listings, scroll further down. Criteria For understanding the criteria – please visit this post.   I incorporated many of the criteria angles for 2017 (i.e. comparison of a system that focuses on SMB vs another that is SMB, rather … Continue reading Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)