TalentLMS v2.0 was released on Sunday the 30th of March, and with it came a number of important updates to make the administrator’s life easier, and the system more efficient for everyone. One of the features added was integration with Single Sign-On; let’s take a look at the properties, uses and benefits of SSO in a Cloud LMS environment.
Sunday marked the release of TalentLMS v2.0, and today we’re talking about it!
In this version of TalentLMS, we will be discussing some important features we feel will greatly assist Administrators and content creators.
In the core of eLearning lies the meaning of words like “efficiency”, “mobility”, “productivity” and other essential elements for a somewhat new way of spreading education to the world.
Granted, there are countless ways of teaching, and learning management systems are easy to manipulate in ways to make them fit your learners’ needs, instead of dictating a fixed style from an LMS vendor.
You’ve done your research, identified your organization’s needs, vetted LMS vendors, and negotiated the best price…now it’s time for the real challenge to begin! Selecting the right LMS is only half the battle, and to get the most out of your new LMS you’ll have to know how to effectively administer and integrate it into your organizational structure. So, how do you know where to start, and what are some LMS tips that can help you to make the LMS implementation process streamlined, simplified, and stress-free?
Having already discussed the important features an LMS must cover in order to provide the administrator with a seamless and intuitive experience, it’s time to discuss the features that cater to the learner. Learners come in all sizes shapes and flavors; they are new, they are experienced, they are demanding, in need of guidance or simply in total control of everything.
When inquiring for an LMS package, business owners have a few things in mind, including pricing, ease of use for their end-user, and other matters concerning both the functional and the aesthetic side of an LMS platform. Today, I would like to discuss what I find are the most important features for LMS administrators anyone should look for when researching the market.
Almost half-way into our second year, TalentLMS has become a global platform for instructors and learners to take advantage of online learning.
While global is a term to denote our geographic reach, and the ability of the majority of the world to speak English is a great thing, especially when you are starting up, a great deal of our clients either are, or service others who don’t speak English, or their content is in foreign languages due to the nature of the service provided (Foreign Language Trainings etc.)
Today we will be combining two important frequently asked questions into one article to strike at the heart of a very important aspect of an LMS solution: Pricing!
The two topics to be covered:
1) There are two different kind of plans, based on registered and active users.
2) Pricing flexibility.
Discussing the needs of prospective clients and interested parties can be a unique experience every time. Almost everyone has their own vision in mind when inquiring about their LMS solution; with a plan to create content and deliver courses, and a vision of the end-user and their needs, each client has a set of questions in mind when approaching us for information.
We decided to compile a list of the most frequently asked questions and create a series of articles to make sure everyone has those answers beforehand. Not only do we get a chance to allow you to do as effective a market research as possible, but you may also find questions you hadn’t though about asking.
With our road map filled with new ideas, one feature stands out shining brighter than all the rest: Gamification.
I have talked about gamification in The Hour of Code in the past, as well as ideas of how gamifying education could change how students learn, even.
We’re in the process of creation and reviewing the already existing models of gamification is one part, but we’d like to involve you in the process!