How to Regulate and Curate User-Generated Content in the LMS

Every organization will have different guidelines and ideas when it comes to adding user-generated content to their learning management system. The addition of UGC, as it is known in the industry, is a great way to get employees engaged and collaborating on the things that they are learning. However, like everything, you need to have a plan in place to regulate what kind of content people create and share. Otherwise, you could have someone posting a training on a topic that they know nothing about, sharing articles that only lead to further misinformation.

The best thing any organization can do is to come up with a strategy for curating and monitoring user-generated content. That should be a part of the overall UGC process and policies that are set forth, and that starts by creating said policies about what content is shared and created in the LMS.

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