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Using an LMS for the Unexpected: On-the-Job Training

On-the-job training (OJT) is a crucial part of the learning process for many jobs. It involves hands-on experience and learning-by-doing rather than traditional classroom-style training. In recent years, learning management systems (LMS) have become an increasingly popular tool for delivering on-the-job training.

 

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How Organizations Can Increase User Adoption of Their LMS

A simple change in framing could affect how willing users are to adopt LMS...

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The Why and How of Training Soft Skills

What's the difference between "soft" and "hard" skills? Hard skills are the more technical skills of an organization like operating machinery or software. Soft skills, on the other hand, are more of the interpersonal aspect of organizations.

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Agile Learning with Micro-Certifications and an LMS

Does your organization want to the ability to evolve and use new skills to their advantage? Micro-certifications can help an organization streamline the process of upskilling, but this streamlining can only be done realistically with an LMS.

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The Consequences of Poor LMS Security

Does your organization value the security of their LMS? Depending on the nature of the LMS's content, being more lax on security may not seem very harmful, but it is.

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Translating Skills from Theory to Practice with an LMS

Taking skills from theory to practice requires almost a whole different type of learning, however, using an LMS may help learners take theory into practice.

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Should You Be Using an LMS for a Small Business?

Can an LMS be useful to a small business? Short answer: yes.