MNX102 Understanding the LMS Migration Process
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, October 25
Next-generation learning management systems (LMSs) are entering the employee life cycle, moving from the traditional LMS designed for human resources to a talent and performance tool that helps employees and managers do their jobs. If your LMS is not part of an overall HR system, growth may require you to move to a new system—a migration that is not just for the birds.
This session will walk you through the process of migrating from one LMS to another. Learn how to explore and build requirements, and how to prepare your team and content to make the big move to the new generation of LMS. And while you’re at it, learn what else you can take advantage of while migrating what could be years of content from your old LMS.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to prepare for LMS migration, from the content to the audience
- About HR team project management in a decentralized environment
- How to engage other areas of the team and system to fully incorporate your new LMS in the overall HR system
- The value of a clean-slate approach to your new system
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers who have experience with a learning management system.
discussed in this session:
Learning management systems, HR systems, project management tools, and video.
Learning Solutions Manager
Pamela Davis is a learning solutions manager at Unum. She is an instructional design professional with diverse experience encompassing education, global curriculum and training programs, technology implementation, continuous process improvement, and the facilitation of multiple change initiatives. Pamela is known as a highly motivated and flexible leader with a strong strategic thought process, excellent project implementation abilities, and complex problem-solving skills that support creative approaches to the technical and human relations aspects of the work. She holds a master’s degree in educational technology from Lesley University.