LMS Experience and the role it plays in learning
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LMS Experience and the role it plays in learning

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Learning is projected to grow into a US$50 billion industry within the next year.  Today’s corporate learning environment is rapidly evolving, and the technologies that learners use to achieve their objectives are changing. Businesses use technology to deliver training on new skills and facilities across the board – it’s no easy feat, but using LMS makes it much simpler for everyone involved. These complex learning changes raise significant issues for users of corporate LMS leading to dissatisfied users with only 46% of users are “somewhat satisfied” with their LMS, reports eLearning Guild.

In terms of next generation software, Adobe Captivate Prime is making industry waves, offering a one-of-a-kind LMS experience that aligns with modern business needs. Adobe is synonymous to rich experiences. The new learning solution aims to make setting up and consumption of learning an enjoyable experience.

Where traditionally setting up the LMS used to take up weeks and sometime months, with Adobe LMS you can start rolling out your courses in under ninety minutes using a flat and intuitive user interface that makes setup process a breeze.

 

What really differentiates the Adobe LMS experience from all the other 500+ LMSs in the world is the Fluidic Player, a universal HTML5 player that plays any kind of eLearning content as one experience without having the need for users to download additional software. This sets Adobe Captivate Prime apart from other conventional LMS as most of the latter do not support HTML5, making the learning experience tedious and burdensome. Now you can easily navigate between training schedules and also take notes in real time which can be referred to later for revisions.  It is also mobile-friendly, so employees can learn on-the-go using their mobile device – even when they are not connected to the internet.

Adobe also stresses the importance of the engaged learner. The gamification capability motivates learners through leader boards and badges. Just like in a classroom, employees get involved in friendly competition in the pursuit of brand-new skills, giving them incentive to learn fat and learn more. Points are accumulated for being the first employee to complete a course, or for self-enrolment, which displays initiative. Users can also earn badges using Mozilla’s Open Badge system, which also helps the organization keep detailed documentation of learner achievements to assess how effective courses are.

An LMS should be able to automate the learning delivery so the L&D departments can focus on more important learning aspects. The Adobe solution contains a lot of functionality that helps HR administrators automate relevant learning processes and keep track of workforce activity. The user database learns about employees and managerial relationships within the company structure, which can be synced every night ensure up-to-date daily records. The system boasts capability to automate courses, as well create learning plans that can be automatically assigned each time a new hire joins the ranks.

 

Adobe Captivate Prime is flexible and can integrate with existing systems, like a business’ intranet or any existing enterprise system. This ensures smooth transitions into a company’s infrastructure and won’t earn any griping or complaints about having to re-learn a new system just to learn new skills.

Learn more about Adobe Captivate Prime here.