5 Must-Read LMS Articles

reading-at-computerLearning management is an important component to any online training program.

If you choose a solution that isn’t right for your goals, the entire learning program suffers.

There was once a time when organizations could get away with not using an LMS at all for their training.

Those days have long passed as now learning is delivered digitally across most educational and business settings.

But picking an LMS is more difficult than it appears at first glance. Not long after starting your search you will likely become overwhelmed by the amount of choices, the advertised features, the price-points, supports options, and so on.

All of the LMS advertising out there can easily start to make you dizzy!

Whether you are currently searching for a learning management system, or perhaps you are the manager of one, the following articles will give you some perspective on regarding choosing (or changing) your LMS.

5 LMS Articles You Should Read

Choosing an LMS? Remember This! – An important thing to remember before you select the LMS for your learning program.

A Caution About the LMS Industry – Not all that glitters is gold. Make sure you read this one so you aren’t caught off-guard.

3 Critical LMS Selection Questions – In the LMS market? Make sure the following questions are adequately answered.

2 Reasons for Using a WordPress LMS – WordPress is a great piece of software, especially for learning. This article explains two reasons why.

What is the Role of Your LMS? – What is the purpose of your LMS at your organization – management or creation?

Author

Justin Ferriman is the co-founder and CEO of LearnDash, the WordPress LMS trusted by Fortune 500 companies, major universities, training organizations, and entrepreneurs worldwide for creating (and selling) their online courses.

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2 Responses

  1. Hello Justin Ferriman, I want to develop a WordPress LMS website. I have some video in SCORM files and I want to integrate learndash and SCORM file within my WordPress website. Is it possible? Please let me know.

    1. Hello Naaim-

      Thanks for the note. LearnDash doesn’t support SCORM – just TinCan API (also known as xAPI). If you have additional questions, do write us and we can discuss your project in more detail.

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