Remember when studying for a test like the ACT or SAT meant cramming information from textbooks? Or endless practice tests with the answers in small print at the back? Not anymore.
Wouldn’t it be nice to keep growing without the exhaustion? Without the cold calling, without the endless demos, without the hustle. You can.
You’re not alone if you experienced sticker shock while shopping for an LMS. Most organizations spend more than expected for an average of $70, 614 annually on their learning management system (LMS). At that price, you might be wondering if you’re better off building your own.
Before COVID-19, only 8% of the workforce worked remotely. A new Gallup found that 56% of U.S. workers were "always" or "sometimes" working remotely in January 2021. It looks like remote work (or at least having the option to work remotely) will no longer be a "trend" but an expectation once the pandemic has passed.
You know it’s time to purchase a learning management system (LMS).
Did your university have an online platform for discussion boards? Or, have you logged into eLearning modules for work?