It now takes a great deal to keep your employees engaged. Irrespective of course content and value, if engagement is lacking, learning does not happen. If you’re looking to make your training programs effective, engagement is the key.
There are hundreds of Learning Management Systems in market and almost all focus more on Management than Learning. This is resulted from LMS vendors primarily selling their systems to HR or L&D managers who focus heavily on Management aspect of the LMS to simplify their job and showcase the ROI on L&D investment. Thus products … Continue reading Time to balance Learning and Management in LMS using Open Learning
It was a great year for EduBrite. Many incredible things happened in 2016. Thanks for being part in this journey with us. We introduced Open Learning, a learner centric micro learning solution in 2016. EduBrite is one of the first one to offer this solution in the LMS industry. Open learning helps creating an engaging learning … Continue reading EduBrite 2016: A year in review
When it comes to LMS implementation in any organization for internal training, most common approach is top down. Top down approach is heavily based on maintaining controls at the top level and selectively giving some rights to lower levels in the training delivery hierarchy (which is generally same as org structure). This approach requires lot … Continue reading Top Down & Bottom Up LMS implementation approaches for employee training
SCORM is widely used in the eLearning community so I will not get into what it is, rather I will get straight into the fundamental issue it presents for a Learning Management System (LMS) from Quiz reporting perspective. This is based on my first hand experience while developing EduBrite LMS and having seen a variety … Continue reading SCORM Quiz – Item Analysis issues & solution
This question came up in recent discussion as I was interacting with one of my colleagues at work who is toying with an idea of designing and delivering training offerings based on concept of Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs. In case you are wondering, what exactly are MOOCs? These are free online courses offered … Continue reading Are MOOCs good option for corporate learning?
We all have heard about ‘For Profit’ education and the key concept of this type of training is to have enough revenue to not only use the public funds to finance all of the business operations, but also maximize profit for the business. For profit education spans multiple domains, from educational institutions delivering K-12 education … Continue reading For Profit – External Training