With the Learning Management System (LMS) industry market on track to be worth $11.34 billion by 2020, the LMS is the most influential segment of learning and development (L&D) market. Here are a number of reasons why a company would want to switch their LMS.
In the last three years, Craig Weiss has established himself as the independent voice for ratings and rankings of learning management systems and all things e-learning with his blog E-learning 24/7. Weiss started out in education as a high school teacher and then university faculty. In the 1990s, he was an early adopter of the first online learning modules and started online journalism courses as an insturctor at the University of Nebraska. In the decade since, Weiss has made the transition to the corporate world and specializes as an e-learning analyst, known for his predictions and forecasts about emerging trends in the industry. Weiss talks with us about the current state of learning management systems and how massive open online courses offer the potential to shake up the world of adult education.
People all over the learning world are busy applying new technologies to engage a workforce that learns differently. The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is no different. DAU has developed a New Strategic Plan which includes a comprehensive learning strategy _ the Acquisition Learning Model (ALM) ensuring both alignment with business strategy and directly targeting their vision and mission. Comprising three separate yet integrated domains, the ALM “links” training (both in classroom and on-line); acquisition resources and job support tools; mission assistance and customized workshops —allowing them to be Current, Connected, and Innovative in every area. To learn more about the DAU jouney in to the Future of Learning... keep reading