Skins are a great way to optimize the look of your learning and increase engagement. This NetDimensions blog explores this LMS configuration feature.
The ability to change and enhance the appearance of your learning is a major advantage for your L&D team. Yet some systems still make it difficult to achieve a level of LMS configuration that makes your interface and courses truly look and feel like yours.
Fortunately, leading LMSes allow you to design interfaces that motivate learners to repeatedly revisit and explore your learning programs. One of the best ways to ensure your learning provides attractive, intuitive layouts that guide great learning experiences is through skins.
John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst of Talented Learning, tells NetDimensions about some of the LMS trends to look out for in 2018 and beyond.
NetDimensions recently had the honor of being awarded Partner of the Year for our work with Humentum, a not-for-profit humanitarian organization striving for social change around the world. Ross Coxon, Humentum’s Director of Learning Collaborative, spoke to us about their pioneering work in providing learning for social change.
Despite the time and resources organizations are spending on integrating learning and talent management ecosystems, the effort they are investing isn’t always fulfilling expectations.
According to research by Brandon Hall Group, satisfaction with LMS integration has an average rating of just 53% among businesses, even though more than three-quarters of the respondents rated integration capabilities as essential or critical.
NextSteps, NetDimensions’ global users conference, gave us the chance to hear from Nigel Willson, Global Strategist at Microsoft. He told us about the vast potential of AI in learning.
The rapid rate of change in business and technologies is exponential. When you use technology, the level of acceleration increases even more – leading to unprecedented change.