Here are the top 5 features of the LMSs of the present and future. Each learning experience should be unique. And by unique I mean that it should be capable of achieving possibly the best retention rate. To make this work in the favour of the organizations or the training environment, Learning Management Systems (LMSs) have played a major role.
A fair number of people who seek out an open source LMS have a major misconception that it is free. Over 60% people want to choose an open source LMS while looking for a solution to manage their learning cycle is because they have no license fee and is supported by a large; very large community. Yes it is an open source and it is free! But dig further and you will find out that free does not mean you have no costs. Dig a little further and you may actually find that you could spend more on your open source LMS than a proprietary LMS.
In an LMS Trends poll with 135 global organizations participating which was conducted by Brandon Hall, over 58% of respondents said that they are looking to replace their LMS and, in most cases, this wasn’t their first LMS. An eye opener!! What went wrong that they are looking for a new LMS and what guarantees that the second one with be a success? Here are top 10 reason – why LMS implementations fail:
As per Wikipedia, “Moodle (acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is one of the most popular ‘free’ software e-learning platform (Learning Management System), or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). As of June 2013 it had a user base of 83,008 registered and verified sites, serving 70,696,570 users in 7.5+ million courses with 1.2+ million teachers.” So, yes the stats shows the tremendous amount of user base and faith Moodle has built in the last 15 years of its conception. Moodle is used by various kinds of users: