Posts Tagged ‘LMS’

Industry Tidbits

November 29, 2012

This blog post covers two items:
What is the most popular LMS and trends to watch for in 2013.


According to a report from Capterra, Moodle is the most popular learning management system in the world.

The list, measured by total customers, active users and overall online presence, lists the top 10 most popular LMSs. Rankings are also broken down by academic and corporate users.



Elearning – Project Tin Can Will Potentially Change Learning

November 16, 2012

Like much of today’s learning, 90% of learning events occur  outside an eLearning course or in an instructor-led classroom event. They occur in an informal environment. Project Tin Can, the next iteration of SCORM, can capture and track these informal items as learning events.

What makes Tin Can so unique? It goes beyond the types of data we receive from traditional eLearning. It allows you to track activities you may have previously thought weren’t trackable.


Instructional Design – Virtual Learning Objects in Your Curriculum

April 25, 2012

I found this video, while doing some research and thought I would share it with everyone.

Jack McGrath, President and Creative Director at Digitec Interactive presented on the topic of ‘Using Virtual Learning Objects (VLOs) in Distance Learning Curricula’ at the 16th Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning on November 4, 2010 in Orlando, FL. With distance learning, it is often difficult to provide learners with the ability to apply and practice the learning. This presentation addresses those challenges, serves up real solutions, and describes best practices for designing and creating memorable and motivating learner experiences.

How do you use VLOs in your training?