David Wilson talks about how learning management systems (LMSs) were originally conceived, how user expecations have since evolved and about next generation learning environments (NGLEs) emerging with a diverse set of tools and systems and approaches to learning.
‘LMSs were often originally conceived for compliance learning requirements.’
‘The market has changed the ways in which LMSs are judged.’
‘User experience and performance are relatively recent drivers in the development of learning systems.’
‘In Fosway's Learning Systems 9-Grid analysis of the market, which is updated annually, the NGLEs have been given their own sub-type, reflecting their wide variety of technologies and approaches.’
David’s interview about learning systems is the third part in a series of four about how the learning market is evolving: