NZATD LMS Introduction

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This presentation provides a high-level introduction to learning management systems and the LMS landscape in New Zealand. Presented at an e-learning seminar series for the New Zealand Association of …

This presentation provides a high-level introduction to learning management systems and the LMS landscape in New Zealand. Presented at an e-learning seminar series for the New Zealand Association of Training and Development.

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  • LMS is the framework that handles all aspects of the learning process. An LMS is the infrastructure that delivers and manages instructional content, identifies and assesses individual and organizational learning or training goals, tracks the progress towards meeting those goals, and collects and presents data for supervising the learning process of an organization as a whole (Szabo & Flesher, 2002). An LMS delivers content but also handles course registration and administration, skills gap analysis, trackingand reporting (Gilhooly, 2001).

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  • 1. Innovate for Change
  • 2. Learning Management Systems
    Miranda Welch – Independent E-learning Specialist
    Nolen Smith – Director, Flexible Learning Network Ltd
  • 3. Learning Management System?
    “Software that automates the administration of training events and contains organisational information such as role-based curricula, learner profiles, training histories, competencies and training resources. . . A LMS is typically designed to handle courses by multiple publishers and content providers, both internal and external to an organisation.”
    Making Sense of Learning Specifications & Standards: A Decision Maker’s Guide to their Adoption – 2nd Ed
    The MASIE Center eLearning Consortium
  • 4. Learning Management System?!
    virtual learning
    environment
    course management
    system
    learning content
    managementsystem
    training management
    system
    talent management
    system
  • 5. What does (or should) an LMS do?
    Trending to:
    manage learning objects & activities
    • Online ,offline and *collaborative*
    manage learner information
    • Add and disable – ‘talk’ to HRIS/Payroll
    • 6. Profile info
    catalogue your learning
    • by competencies
    • 7. by goals
    keep track of progress
    survey and assess
    report on results
    • complex
    new licensing models
    Early to mid 2000’s:
    manage learning objects & activities
    manage learner information
    • Add and disable - manual
    • 8. Profile info
    catalogue your learning
    • by topic
    • 9. by job role
    keep track of progress
    survey
    report on results
    • basic
  • What does (or should) an LMS do?
    Recent move to Talent Management
    Now move towards Social Learning
  • 10. The ‘players’ in New Zealand:
  • 11.
  • 12. How does my organisation select an LMS?
  • 13.
  • 14. Key Considerations
    Procurement
    • Syndicated?
    Implementation
    • Internal effort
    • 15. Vendor effort
    Integration
    Support
    • 1st level – in house?
    • 19. 2nd level – internal/external contact
    • 20. Backup and DR
    Timeframes
    • When?!
    • 21. Is it realistic
  • Questions?