Connecting learning technologies through functional hubs

The learning landscape has changed a lot over the last several years. The traditional, straightforward model with content that goes into one system with a report built at the end is outdated. This is no longer what reality looks like as most organizations have an average of 23 different learning applications scattered across their organization. This is an unwieldy number of tools to manage when you have multiple LMSs and content coming from many different places and make sense of without a cohesive plan.

Our CEO, TJ Seabrooks, led an insightful discussion on how to design a learning ecosystem if you’re faced with these challenges or you’re heading in this direction. He discussed the strategy of functional hubs where you have a core system of record for content, systems and reports. This allows for new tools, like an additional content source, to be linked into the hub rather than tied into all of the systems across the organization.

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