The Definition of LMS [In Under 100 Words]
LMS stands for Learning Management System, some of which you can use to create and track training anywhere, on any type of device. Many organizations that use eLearning leverage an LMS, including businesses, corporations, organization, and educational institutions.While an LMS is a powerful tool, there are some limitations to traditional learning management systems. An LMS was created when in-person learning was the only option and focuses on the management of learning, but now it’s important to consider the whole learning experience rather than just prioritizing administrative capabilities.
Start looking beyond the average LMS and discover why a comprehensive learning solution is best for your learners.
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