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.
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
Don’t worry, I’m not really going to sit here and offer a ground-breaking 600-word analysis on how to guarantee you choose the best Learning Management System for your organisation.
Across many of the most successful LMS implementations we have worked on, a recurring theme has appeared. Interestingly enough, most of these considerations are quickly identified by the client at the earliest stages of LMS procurement. It’s a ‘back-to-basics’ type approach, but a word of warning; these points below shouldn’t be a ‘given’ and don’t assume all LMS’ truly fit this criteria.
So here are the top 3 considerations when selecting a successful LMS as established with our clients:Read More
If you are in the process of looking for a learning management system and find the process to be overwhelming, I dont blame you. Whether youve never had an LMS before or dislike the one you currently have, you understand its no easy task searching through the sea of vendors and products out there.
Adriann Haney | 09/10/2013
As another English summer draws towards a close (yes, already), cricket fans amongst you will still be revelling in another Ashes victory for the England cricket team. Having just comprehensively beaten the old enemy Australia, one area of controversy still rumbles on whilst the dust settles; DRS. The Decision Review System is a technology-based system used in cricket for the sole purpose of reviewing controversial decisions (mistakes!) made by the on-field umpires in the case of a batsman being dismissed or not. For the uninitiated, cricket is a sport steeped in tradition and history, the need for use of technology in the game is still under debate. But DRS, essentially, is designed to stop mistakes. It ensures the right decision is made, live during the event, and that the cricket system isnt failing.
Stephen Miller | 09/04/2013