TMS/LMS ‘Must-Haves’

In 2011, it’s estimated that more than 40 percent of learning organizations plan to acquire, replace or change their current talent or learning management systems (TMSs/LMSs). That’s a lot of activity, so it begs the question, “why?”

An article in the upcoming May/June issue of Elearning! magazine examines how e-learning professionals can translate five current learning trends and issues into desirable features when selecting their next TMS or LMS.

A May 19th Web seminar on the topic will be hosted by Elearning!’s Joe DiDonato, who wrote the article. To join the Webinar or to view it on-demand after May 19th, you can visit the Webinar-specific pages of Elearning!’s Website.

More info: www.2elearning.com/events/web-seminar-series.html

In 2011, it’s estimated that more than 40 percent of learning organizations plan to acquire, replace or change their current talent or learning management systems (TMSs/LMSs). That’s a lot of activity, so it begs the question, “why?”

An article in the upcoming May/June issue of Elearning! magazine examines how e-learning professionals can translate five current learning trends and issues into desirable features when selecting their next TMS or LMS.

A May 19th Web seminar on the topic will be hosted by Elearning!’s Joe DiDonato, who wrote the article. To join the Webinar or to view it on-demand after May 19th, you can visit the Webinar-specific pages of Elearning!’s Website.

More info: www.2elearning.com/events/web-seminar-series.html

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