LMS Hot Topics
"LMS Hot Topics" is a series of articles dealing with all topics related to Learning Management Systems. No matter if you are already a real LnD-Pro with years of experience in the support of an LMS, or if you just want to get started - there is something for everyone here.
Topics, trends and tools
Learning Management Systems (LMS) and everything that goes with it is what "LMS Hot Topics" is all about. The latest trends and tools are presented as well as various application possibilities and best-practice applications.
Whether E-Learning novice or LnD-Pro, "LMS Hot Topics" offers a broad spectrum of topics, interview partners and practical tips and tricks.
Do you have a topic or an exciting use case that we should report on? Then contact us!
Convincing stakeholders for an LMS
The success of introducing a learning management system hinges on those responsible for the launch - and not underestimating them. We have compiled some expert tips and a checklist to help you in convincing your stakeholders.
Stop boring software trainings!
Stop boring software-trainings! That is the mission of Sarah Hillmann, Trainings Specialist and Business Consultant.
She has prepared a new way to train customers for using imc's Learning Management System.
Courage to the LMS
Not only big companies should have the courage to go for a Learning Management System. In our interview Christian Mai from S&G Mercedes Benz, tells about his experiences with rolling out an LMS in a Small and Medium Enterprise (SME).
E-learning glossary (part 1+2)
WBT, SCORM, Predictive Analytics, Blended Learning - uh, what? The first two articles in this series are a glossary for those who have felt lost in the e-learning jungle of abbreviations and technical terms.
More information about the LMS
If you would like to find our more about the Learning Management System of imc, please find all information here.
I have been working in the Marketing & Communication Team at imc since March 2019.
Communication, creative content and social media are my passion. "KISS - Keep it short and simple" is my credo.
To explain complex content in an understandable way and thus make the topic of e-Learning accessible to everyone is an exciting challenge every day.
Privately I love to read, play poker and travel a lot.
I am always happy to receive feedback or suggestions.