Tag Archives: Learning Management Systems (LMS)

eLogic Learning Recognized in the 2014 “Top Five” LMS List by eLearning 24/7

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eLogic Learning (http://www.elogiclearning.com), is pleased and honored to announce they have been selected as one of the Top 5 Learning Management Systems by eLearning 24/7 in their annual listing of the Top Learning Management Systems. eLogic’s “eSSential” LMS moved up in the listing from 2013 and 2012 based on several factors including a current configurable functionality set, exceptional features on the administrative side, nice user interface options and dashboard with metrics, reporting capabilities, high quality support and overall ease of use. Each year, eLearning 24/7, an industry leading e-learning analyst, reviews the top performing Learning Management System (“LMS”) providers in the industry and reports on the leading edge providers.

“In just three short years this system has gone from ho-hum to elite status. How? Robust feature sets, intuitive user interface, forward thinking and superior service and support. The eSSential platform can do it all. I would highly recommend this system to anyone who wants affordable, feature rich LMS and a solid company behind it,” says Craig Weiss of eLearning 24/7.”

To view the eLearning 24/7 press release, click here: http://www.ereleases.com/Associated-Press/189880.pdf
To Learn more about eSSential LMS, click here: http://elogiclearning.com/home/quick-tour-video/
“Once again, it is a great honor to be recognized by eLearning 24/7 as one of the Top LMS solutions 3 years in a row. Being in the Top 5 LMS’s out of over 580 providers is quite an accomplishment. Our attention to the core technology demands of our clients and this industry have gotten us here and our roadmap for the future enhancements going forward will keep us here. But the real difference is the eLogic Client Support Team guiding the design and implementation process and backing our clients up with support responsiveness when needed. What we do is very visible in internal and extended enterprise clients so responsiveness and resolution to clients is priority. This is in our DNA. With the scrutiny, objectivity and independence that eLearning 24/7 applies in this review, this recognition really means something. We intend to remain good and responsive listeners to eLearning 24/7” says Mark Anderson, CEO of eLogic Learning.

About eLogic Learning:
eLogic Learning, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is an award-winning industry leader in web-based Learning Management Systems and corporate training products and services. Currently, there are millions of licensed users of “eSSential”, eLogic’s Learning Management System (LMS). Clients include Bloomin’ Brands, Inc. (parent of Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, etc.), Primerica, Sage Software, Vitera Healthcare, Cobb Energy, MetLife. Massage Envy, and many others. The eSSential Platform has been independently reviewed by the ADL to be SCORM-certified Tin Can Partner, ensuring their clients benefit from all SCORM functionality. eLogic Learning is a Microsoft Certified Partner and ISV.

In addition to its Learning Management System, eLogic Learning develops custom e-Learning content and courses as well as providing an extensive third-party courseware library. eLogic Learning also offers professional services in content strategy and business process change in the development of corporate training programs. eLogic Learning offers its clients a comprehensive turnkey approach to implementing learning strategies.

About eLearning 24/7
Craig Weiss, CEO of eLearning 24/7, recognized as the 2nd most influential person in eLearning (http://www.trainingpressreleases.com/news/bob-little-press-pr/2014/the-fifth-annual-top-ten-e-learning-movers-and-shakers) , is an e-learning analyst, expert, author, speaker and thought leader who has been in the industry for over 15 years. His knowledge and insight in e-learning, mobile and social learning, as well as emerging technology for e-learning, has established him as one of the key voices in online learning. Craig’s forecasts in the e-learning industry since 2010 (when he launched operations) have achieved over a 90% accuracy record. Weiss is the author of E-Learning 24/7 blog and written for numerous publications around the world. He also regularly speaks at conferences, events and companies around the world. His recent presentations included speaking at DevLearn Las Vegas, NV, Online Educa Berlin, Berlin, Germany and Learning@Work, Sydney Australia.

Free LMS from Latitude Learning

Woman with laptopMore often than not, if it sounds too good to be true, then it’s probably just not true. But not in this case.

Latitude Learning are offering their Learning Management System for free for up to 100 users, for as long as you like, including 75 complimentary courses.

Here are some of the benefits and features they offer:

  • Upload your e-learning courses and manage blended learning
  • Simple registration and course enrollment with automated reminders
  • Easy implementation that’s adaptable to meet your everyday workflow
  • Change the interface look and feel to match your company
  • Easily manage competencies and certifications

Click here to sign up.

7 Things You Should Know About Navigating the New Learning Ecosystem

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The LMS was once the undisputed center of the digital learning ecosystem. But on many campuses, the situation has changed such that the campus online learning environment might be better viewed as a continuum, with the LMS at one end and a student’s own collection of applications, tools, and websites at the other. This proliferation of tools has created a more robust and varied teaching and learning environment, one that is frequently managed actively by students or by faculty who are seeking alternatives not offered by local IT. The value may extend beyond students’ relationship with technology, helping them become better organizers and more savvy consumers as they assume more responsibility for their own learning.

The “7 Things You Should Know About…” series from the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) provides concise information on emerging learning technologies. Each brief focuses on a single technology and describes what it is, where it is going, and why it matters to teaching and learning. Use these briefs for a no-jargon, quick overview of a topic and share them with time-pressed colleagues.

Full Text: 7 Things You Should Know About Navigating the New Learning Ecosystem | EDUCAUSE.

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The Future of Mobile Learning

This bulletin provides an overview of the current state of mobile learning in higher education, speculates on future directions, and suggests questions that educators might ask of themselves and their institutions in preparation for the onset of mobile education. Ignoring mobile learning is not an option when it has already begun to show a strong potential to disrupt existing pedagogical infrastructure, including that of online education. It is up to those in higher education to adapt this freewheeling trend to best serve the core mission of educating students.

Citation for this Work: Rick Oller. “The Future of Mobile Learning” (Research Bulletin). Louisville, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research, May 1, 2012, available from http://www.educause.edu/ecar.

Full Text: The Future of Mobile Learning | EDUCAUSE.

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