Part 1 of Part 1: Telling Rewriting the LMS Story
Note for my semi-regular (not so much lately) readers: Apologies for my absence. I recently took a position with a new organization. The transition has soaked up all of my cycles but I think things are starting to normalize.
What would you build to enable access to structured learning opportunities?
If you were going to design a scalable system that enabled broad access to training opportunities across a large, geographically dispersed organization, what kind of system would you build? If you wanted to show an organization’s collective progress toward proficiency and readiness, what kind of system would you design? Chances are, many of the characteristics and features you would design into such a system would look similar to those offered in a typical LMS.
This piece isn’t meant to bash LMS products, but to question the premise and focus of…
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