Getting Started in e-Learning: Learning Management Systems

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September 29, 2010

The eLearning Guild Getting Started series of reports will help you understand the concepts common to e-Learning design, development, and delivery. We base each report on eLearning Guild member data and the experience and insights of many people and organizations including this report’s author. Guild members with more experience have learned important lessons along the way that will be helpful to you as you get started. Each report will help you make sense of the options and evaluate both your and your organization’s needs.

Learning Management System (LMS) applications became popular as organizations began to implement e-Learning. People use LMSs to assign specific courses to specific learners and learner groups, register learners into courses, deliver e-Learning courses, track usage and test scores, and provide reports (as well as other functionalities). Although LMS applications are commonly used to track asynchronous e-Learning, many can be used to track synchronous, blended, and classroom instruction as well.

Implementing a LMS is a complex and time-intensive endeavor. There are many considerations, and the first consideration is whether you really need an enterprise-level LMS. If you do, developing requirements for your specific needs before talking to vendors is a must. This new installment of the Getting Started in e-Learning Series will help you do just that - and more!

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Implementing a LMS is a complex and time-intensive endeavor. There are many considerations, and the first consideration is whether you really need an enterprise-level LMS. If you do, developing requirements for your specific needs before talking to vendors is a must.

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