Moodle has become a popular solution for corporate training and employee development programs since it is a flexible and customizable LMS. However, you will need to properly set up Moodle to get the most out of this LMS in a corporate setting.
One of the significant hurdles for eLearning at the start of the digital age was how difficult the analysis and sharing of courses was. This made coordinating and consistently applying eLearning for the purposes of training excessively difficult.
Fortunately, there have been innovations developed, such as SCORM, tin can and xAPI, to remediate these issues. This article will tell you everything you need to know about SCORM, tin can and xAPI, as well as ways in which you can use xAPI to analyze learning data.
For corporations and academic institutions, having a proper Learning Management System is incredibly important. Not only will the right open source LMS allow educators and trainers to teach learners in the most effective ways possible, but it can also drastically improve employee retention and satisfaction by making everyday work-related tasks and continuing education assignments more enjoyable.
Creating an eLearning course may seem simple, but doing so actually requires a significant amount of coding and technical expertise. One way to avoid the hassle of figuring out how to create an eLearning course compatible with your LMS, as well as cut the development and update time while drastically increasing the quality of your courses, is by using an eLearning authoring tool.
With the shipment of over 1.4 million smartphones in both 2016 and 2017, and with nearly 60 percent of all online searches taking place on a mobile device, there is more opportunity than ever before for educators to capitalize on the mobile market.
That being said, designing an eLearning course successfully for mobile devices can be a daunting task, so we here at Lambda Solutions have compiled a few tips and tricks to help you along the way.
Did you know that the average adult spends two hours and 30 minutes a day on their smartphone? With 90 percent of this time spent on apps, adopting this platform to deliver educational and training content is an approach that makes sense.
Here is what you need to know about getting started with mobile learning.
It's no secret that updating server infrastructure hardware can be costly and inefficient. For precisely this reason, more and more individuals and businesses are choosing to work with cloud computing services, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), to house their server infrastructure.
Read on to learn more about what AWS is, how it works and why choosing AWS to provide us with cloud computing services gave Lambda Solutions an edge over our competitors.
Imagine if, as an educator, you had easy access to how well all of your learners were doing - what courses they passed, how long it took them to complete eLearning assignments, and how their performance had fluctuated over the course of their education.
Consider how analyzing such data could improve the quality of education that you provide. Now think about what kind of knowledge you could obtain if you had access to similar data from learners around the globe taking similar courses.
The cloud is used by 90 percent of all businesses in one way or another. Half of businesses either exclusively rely on cloud-based solutions or have adopted a cloud-first approach for their IT needs.
If you are looking into deploying an LMS for your corporate training needs, here is what you need to know about cloud-based solutions and self-hosting.
Customized learning is a learner-centric approach. Learners make their own decisions regarding the content they want to consume, how learning is planned, and what the goals are. Some systems incorporate self-assessment and let learners decide what they want to achieve by interacting with the system.
In most corporate settings, customized learning is supported by the use of analytics. An LMS can track a learner's performance and interests, then recommend specific modules or learning paths adapted to each user.