After the LMS Implementation: Your Administration Project Plan

Congratulations Obi-Wan. You’ve completed your Jedi mission and rolled out your learning management system! Now what? The party isn’t over my friend. Now it’s time […] The post After the LMS Implementation: Your Administration Project Plan appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading After the LMS Implementation: Your Administration Project Plan

Learning System Forecasts 2019

Can you believe it? We are just five months out to 2019. And with that comes my forecasts for said year.   Who would have guessed that VR would be on wobbly ground in the corporate learning space for the majority of verticals? Who would have thought that too many folks still think xAPI is open for debate, but CMI-5 seems to make sense?  Who would have seen that Amazon is working on a commercial LMS, which based on the background of the person running Learning Products, doesn’t really point towards an LMS like you know the term actually means … Continue reading Learning System Forecasts 2019

NexGen Tier2 Learning Systems

A year ago I wrote about NexGen functionality in any learning system.  The reason behind it was simply that so many vendors pitch they are NexGen (often referring to it as Next Generation), when in fact, they are not.  It is similar to the pitch of Modern UI, even though I have seen some whose Modern UI is from 1995.  Netscape anyone?  As with any learntech and in this case functionality and approach, as time moves on, so should it – as in, moving forward.  Moving forward isn’t just mimicking what another platform is doing OR matching some commercial consumer … Continue reading NexGen Tier2 Learning Systems

What you need 2 know: 3rd Party Content

There may come a time, when you need content. Content these days, well, it is an umbrella term to represent courses (micro too), videos, articles, materials, workbooks, other types of learning resources, podcasts and so forth.  If it can be consumed for knowledge, then it slides under content.  When it comes to content, as a consumer you have a few options.  You can build your own via a 3rd party authoring tool.  You can hire someone or some entity to build your content for you.  You can find free content all over the internet and you can purchase 3rd party … Continue reading What you need 2 know: 3rd Party Content

First Steps with the NodeMCU ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module | Maker, MakerED, Coding | Tips

. . First Steps with the NodeMCU ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module Click image, please, to enlarge. In our previous tutorials we were using already the NodeMCU ESP8266 […] The post First Steps with the NodeMCU ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module | Maker, MakerED, Coding | Tips appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading First Steps with the NodeMCU ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module | Maker, MakerED, Coding | Tips

Learning System Vendors Support Ratings

If you are like me, the importance of training should be paramount. Especially since each one of you (I surmise) are involved in some aspect of providing knowledge, whether it be as an educator, a trainer, L&D, training, HR if providing training, and so forth. And if you are like me, having outstanding support when it comes to your learning system should equally be of high importance. Yet in both cases, for the most part, the results on the part of learning systems in the past has been mixed. There has never been an accurate number of how many learning … Continue reading Learning System Vendors Support Ratings