Asking the right questions up front is one way to help ensure you find the right LMS hosting provider for your organisation. In this blog post, which originally appeared on eLearning Industry, we'll take a look at some of these questions to help you make the best decision.
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Employees often say that income is just one of the factors that inspires them to stay motivated and productive at work. What matters more is some of the other elements that contribute to the feeling of satisfaction with their roles. Since we know that job satisfaction and motivation are closely related, the fastest lane to increased contentment and improved efficiency is keeping your employees’ motivation as high as possible.
This is a guest post from Jessica Freeman.
We live in an era where the popularity of digital solutions is increasing in almost every domain of activity. Everything is changing, and that is because of the fast-paced development of technology. In every field, you can now find digital software, professional tools, and innovative solutions for almost every possible problem.
It’s very easy to assume that everyone who works in L&D knows all about the tools available to them. But in fact, many people are brand new to the idea of technology-enabled learning, as their organisations may still be tied to the face-to-face training approach. That’s why we’re getting back to basics in this post to answer the question, “What does LMS mean?”
You may have heard that we recently released the latest version of our open source learning management system, the hotly anticipated Totara LMS 9. To help you discover what's what in the new version, we've put together a handy video to give you an overview of the new features and functionality.
If you’re ever responsible for procuring some new software for your company, you’ll probably find yourself asking your potential vendors 'Do you have an app?'
I work as a Totara Partner, and I’ve been asked this question many times. And I’m proud to answer 'No, you don’t need an app.'
Research like The State of the Learning Technology Market by Fosway Group commonly highlights dissatisfaction from L&D professionals in both their LMS and LMS providers. So what can organisations do to make sure they’re happy with their LMS, and that it helps them meet their goals?
Following our recent blog post about how to migrate from Moodle to Totara LMS, we've put together a handy feature comparison to help you decide whether it's time to make the switch. Our table looks at everything from learners to IT considerations and even the marketing and design of your LMS, so provides a comprehensive overview of everything you need to know when you're thinking about moving from Moodle to Totara LMS.
This is a guest post from Chambury Learning Solutions' Richard Chambury. You can find the original post here.
I'm often asked about why organisations need a learning management system (LMS), or a better LMS and what my thoughts are around this.
This is a guest post from Chambury Learning Solutions' Director, Richard Chambury
I did some work for a client recently on their ‘free’ LMS. Yes, it’s free. No licence fee. No support costs. No hosting costs. Absolutely free. Wow.