The newest release of Docebo, which launched this week, is developed with user experience in mind. Docebo 7.4 introduces drag-and-drop page builders, new reporting features and even a 'remember me' option for log in; improving both admin and learner experience. There are lots of notable new features in Docebo 7.4, so we thought we’d summarise them for you:Read More
Learning Management Systems (LMS) allow organizations to deliver, track and maintain online training programs, so getting the right fit is crucial. Most LMS’ provide the same basic functions, allowing you to store and manage content, deliver content to your learners and enroll learners on courses. But other LMS’ provide so much more than this. So, to make sure you make the right choice, I’ve put together 5 questions you should ask before investing in a learning management system.Read More
Why media professionals need a flexible online training platform for multi-channel learning on their time.
For many content producers, including remote employees for digital media organizations, it's more important than ever to have access to learning content that matches the pace of their average workday.
We know you spend a lot of time focusing on the design style of your eLearning courses, but do you have the same considerations when branding your Learning Management System? Think of your LMS as an opportunity to build your brand and culture. Your learners are there, live, and you need to make the most of this face time, whether these learners are employees, partners or vendors.
I know this is completely out of context, but when I saw the title of what this week’s blog post would be, I couldn’t help thinking of the quote “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way” … delivered of course, by the inimitable celluloid personage of Jessica Rabbit in the 1988 movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. (And if you haven’t seen it, it’s a fun one!) I draw the parallel here because it’s all about impressions. And in regards to this topic, “bad” may just mean bad for YOU… or your company… at this particular stage in your eLearning lifecycle.Read More