Tag: LMS

ID and E-Learning Links (6/26/17)

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Instructional Design and E-Learning Links

ID and E-Learning Links (6/4/17)

  • Instructional Design and Technology “MicroMasters” through edX and UMUC. 4 courses, 8 weeks each, 4-6 hours per week. Free to try, around $800 for verified credits. While I’m not sure how much hands on experience this program gives, it might be a good option for formal education for people looking for something less than a full masters program or even a typical certificate.

    tags: newid instructionaldesign highered

  • Spreadsheet for analyzing LMS needs from different vendors. Add your criteria on the Evaluation Sheet. Criteria are in categories (usability, management, reporting, technical, administration), but you could customize the categories. Rate vendors on their own tab on how well they meet the criteria. The top 5 of 10 vendors are highlighted.

    tags: LMS analysis e-learning

  • Yes, you can, but training alone isn’t enough

    tags: diversity learning training equity

    • For diversity and inclusion training to stick, it needs support, reinforcement and a firm foundation in a broader talent management strategy that includes culture, leadership and learning and development.

    • Ask these questions: Does our culture embrace diversity and inclusion? Do our leaders understand their value to the business and the workforce? Do the organization’s talent management strategies and systems support and enable diversity and inclusion? If not, training would be precipitous because the right support for this type of development is not there.

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Instructional Design & eLearning Links

ID and E-Learning Links (4/3/16)

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ID and E-Learning Links (2/7/16)

  • LMSs for experts to sell courses. These aren’t all completely free, in spite of the title. This list is geared more to teachers who want to sell something online on the side. Udemy, Odijoo, RCampus, Learnopia, Peer 2 Peer University, Teachers pay Teachers

    tags:lms

  • Platforms for selling courses. These are mostly not full LMSs but aimed at SMEs who want to sell courses. Academy of Mine, Coggno, CourseMerchant, DigitalChalk, EdLoud, Educadium, EZLCMS, Inquisiq, Learning Cart, Litmos, MindBites, Mindflash, OpenSesame, Pathwright, ProProfs, Ruzuku, SkyPrep, Teachable, Udemy, WizIQ

    tags:lms

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ID and E-Learning Links (9/27/15)

  • This is an older tool and doesn’t look like it’s being maintained anymore (the last news update is from 2008), but it appears to be able to repackage SCORM packages. Might be worth testing if you have SCORM packages created in software you don’t otherwise have access to.

    tags:scorm e-learning tools

  • I think Canvas is too well-established to be on this list. The others are worth exploring (Adobe Captivate Prime, LearnDash, UpsideLMS, and Matrix). They have a quick summary of each, including price, and notes on the intended audience.

    tags:lms infographic canvas adobe

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