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The Future of Learning Management Systems in a World Where Social and Mobile Learning Rules

Topic:
The Future of Learning Management Systems in a World Where Social and Mobile Learning Rules
Date:
June 7, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Anders Northeved, Senior Principal Product Manager(Oracle Corporation)
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Description
Learning Management Systems (LMS) were conceived in a time when no one had heard of Social Learning and Mobile Learning. Today everybody is talking about Social Learning and Mobile Learning and a lot of people are predicting the death of the Learning Management System. There are arguments for and against this prophesy and they will be discussed in this session.

In this presentation we will look at the role Learning Management Systems used to play in the past as a foundation for a discussion of the role of the Learning Management System today and in the future.

Some of the topics that will be discussed in this session:

What are organizations using Learning Management Systems for today and what are the benefits?

How are Social Learning and Mobile Learning changing the way we learn?

In what ways will Social Learning and Mobile Learning impact the way Learning Management System will function in the future and how will we use Learning Management Systems going forward?

What can you do today to prepare your system for the future?

We will go through a future scenario and look at how a Learning Management System will be used and how Learners will interact with it in 10 years from now.


You should definitely attend this session if you are involved in running or managing your organization’s Learning Management System or if your organization is contemplating implementing a Learning Management System in the future - because the way Learning Management Systems will evolve will have a big impact on the way you should plan for your next Learning Management System upgrade or implementation.
Who Should Participate
This session is for everyone with an interest in Learning Management Systems.
What You Will Learn
In this session you will learn: 1. The answer to the question “Does the LMS have a future?” 2. Things to be aware of when implementing or upgrading a LMS in the coming years 3. How a LMS could look in 2022
Recommended Resources
Blog: TalentedApps (http://talentedapps.wordpress.com) Blog: Oracle Human Capital Management (https://blogs.oracle.com/oraclehcm)
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Anders Northeved
Oracle Corporation

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KDRAM Solutions
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North Carolina A&T State University
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Spencer Consulting
Great presentation! Speaker is very knowledgeable! Thanks for the information! 4 / 5
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Honeywell
information was too basic for what I was looking for 4 / 5
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Miami Dade County
The presentation was slow and difficult to stay engaged with. The slides presented good information. 2 / 5
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LETSI.org
Very well organized and informative. I see a lot of webinars about ed tech -- yours was top shelf. As for your predictions we shall see. 5 / 5
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PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Very well presented. 5 / 5
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HR Solutions for Success
With his presentation Andres Northeved brought home the changing face of learning processes and how we can use these platforms to effectively manage and deliver learning in our organizations. it is clear that we only stand to benefit by moving NOW to many of those modes - many of which are readily and freely accessible - to better serve our organizations and employees 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation

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