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What's the Value of Customer Training? Prove It

By guest expert, John Leh

In a recent post — Customer Training: 5 Reasons Why It’s Smart Business — I explained how companies can develop stronger customer relationships through learning programs driven by advanced LMS technology. 1,049 more words


GAVL - Discussing the LMS and the CMS

Navigate 1.3.1 – Discussing the LMS and CMS


Similar in kind but different in scope, both Content Management Systems (CMS) and Learning Management Systems (LMS) give schools and virtual teachers tools to save time and focus on instruction. 487 more words


We ran into a bit of trouble

For the past few weeks, we’ve been working out the kinks in our program, and finally got ourselves into a smoothly running order.  The students came in and no longer asked questions about where they needed to be, or whether they had regular Project Time or SDL time. 551 more words


Learning management system and e-resources

A learning management system (LMS) is a software application or Web-based technology used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. Typically, a learning management system provides an instructor with a way to create and deliver content, monitor student participation, and assess student performance. 806 more words

A First Look at Absorb LMS Version 5

After more than a year and a half in development, Absorb LMS version 5 was launched this week. This release contains more than 400 new features and enhancements. 115 more words


LMS Reporting - EduBrite Education Webinar

This week’s webinar covered LMS reporting topic. Thanks to all participants who were able to join us. We discussed following items:

  • Reporting menu
  • LMS usage reports – course sessions, usage metrics…
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Learning Management System

OneNote To Rule Them All

This post first appeared in the August 2014 edition of the College’s Regulus Magazine

It started as a way to help her students organise their notes, but Year 11 Dean and English teacher Jacqueline Yoder quickly found that Microsoft’s OneNote had a lot more potential. 623 more words