With today’s learners tending to upskill on the go, a mobile LMS is all the rage in the consumer marketplace. Different kinds of Learning Management Systems offer different features and flexibility, and the pros and cons of in-house and cloud-based systems depend on the unique requirements of your organization, such as its security needs. Picking the best solution is a case of considering a wide range of factors, so here are a few questions to ask.
While smartphones and tablets continue their rise towards ubiquity, the myriad benefits of adopting a mobile LMS have not yet been universally understood. Mobile working is hugely prevalent across all industries, bringing with it new demands and a number of challenges for organizations looking to provide learning on the go.
In a new Insight from NetDimensions, we look at the benefits of a mobile LMS for your organization. The Insight explains why a mobile LMS can save you time, money and hassle while helping you to build knowledge across your workforce, meet your L&D goals and stay ahead of the competition.
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Today, organizations frequently manage their corporate training and compliance programs through a learning management system (LMS). But as LMS technology grows, many early adopters are growing unhappy with the challenges their legacy systems present.
This post is the second in a 2-part blog series that looks at some of the ways that L&D managers can improve the learning technology in their organizations, with a specific focus on user experience and analytics. To read part 1, click here.
Learning Management Systems create poor user experience
According to a study conducted by the Brandon Hall Group, 50.6% of organizations say poor user experience is a significant barrier to satisfaction with learning technology. It’s important for a company to have an easy-to-use, modern-looking system.
Employees today are both oversaturated with information and short on time. They need to be able to quickly access the right learning tools and information.
According to learning analyst, Talented Learning, it is easier for LMS users to tolerate weaker user experience when training is mandatory, such as regulatory compliance training, but when the LMS is used for extended enterprise, such as dealership network training, the users must be persuaded to complete training regularly. In this case the user experience is key.
In today’s fast-paced global environment, companies are regularly challenged to adopt and respond to new business and compliance requirements, quicker than before. The learning technology landscape is evolving quickly and the role of the Learning Management System (LMS) is changing too. Most organizations who invest in learning technology and e-learning are using an LMS – more than 700 learning management system vendors compete in the marketplace. In this context, it can be overwhelming for organizations to find the learning solutions that best fit their needs.
In this two-part post, we will discuss why Learning & Development (L&D) managers are not satisfied with their learning technology (and more specifically with their LMS). We will also provide some best practices on what you should consider when you select an LMS.