Top Five LMS Administrator Best Practice Tips for Implementing an LMS

If you’re an LMS administrator that’s implementing an LMS for the first time, this blog post is for you. Even if you’re a seasoned LMS administrator, these best practice tips will help if your organization chooses to implement a new learning management system.

Let’s start off by saying that one of the most critical roles in learning and development today is that of the LMS administrator. LMS administrators are responsible for managing the daily overall performance of their LMS, and this is a lot of work. Major duties include, but are not limited to, defining learning strategies, configuring learner portals, customizing and branding the user experience, defining and configuring job titles, user profiles, and user groups. Developing and uploading courses, defining learning paths, scheduling learning activities, and of course, developing and running meaningful reports are all part of the daily LMS administrator activities.

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