5 Considerations when selecting an LMS

Do you know which Learning Management System suits your organisation’s needs and system? James Sellers, Marshall E-Learning’s General Manager offers 5 things to consider before you make that final decision.

 

1 – It must be easy for YOU to use

All providers will typically use phrases such as ‘easy to use’ and ‘so simple’, but who are they talking to? When it comes to LMS administration, the level of experience of the admin will vary a great deal. You may be an IT specialist, or you might be a HR manager using a Learning Management System (LMS) for the first time.

To ensure an LMS is right for you, people who will use it the most should carry out thorough testing.

An LMS should be intuitive and guide you towards the correct place when you’re not sure. Signposts are often helpful, along with friendly support resources and guides.

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