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A Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up Your Learning Management System

Topic:
A Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up Your Learning Management System
Date:
May 14, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
A new learning management system (LMS) is like a blank canvas. You can proceed with setting the system up two ways:

* In the style of abstract expressionists such as Jackson Pollock, you can start importing learner records and adding content in an impetuous yet passionate way; or
* You can, like Michelangelo preparing to create a fresco, deliberately plan and organize your data

The Jackson Pollock approach feels great! The sense of power that comes from logging into a new application and clicking buttons wildly is exhilarating. This euphoria may, however, be short-lived; replaced—hangover-like—with a nagging sense of “what was I thinking?!”

The Michelangelo approach, though far less exciting at first, can create a structure that is easily maintained, and immediately understood, by any future administrators. When it comes to enterprise software that will be used by many people, order trumps chaos.

When it comes to enterprise software that will be used by many people, order trumps chaos. Order also provides a foundation that will help you scale your learning initiatives as more learners are served by the LMS.

So how do we set up a new learning management system?

Join Richard Nantel, VP, Enterprise Learning Solutions at Blatant Media, as he discusses:

* How to organize learners into groups
* How to structure your content
* How to create learning plans
* How to provide learners with a way to select the types of learning events they prefer
* Creating communication templates that reflect your organization’s culture
* How to manage venues for instructor-led learning
* Defining administrators
* How to create reports that give you and others the information they need

And much more.
Who Should Participate
This session is aimed at CLOs, learning managers, and anyone responsible for the management of workplace learning and development.
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Recommended Resources
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Categories
Staffing and Recruitment
Training and Development
Workforce Planning and Analytics
eLearning
Corporate Learning
Learning Management Systems
Technology Enabled Learning
What You Will Learn
1. How to organize learners and content within a learning management system 2. How to make it easy for administrators to work within the system 3. How to set up your LMS in a way that will allow for growth as more learners are added to the system
Sponsored by
Blatant Media Corporation
Blatant Media Corporation
The creator of Absorb LMS and Absorb SMARTLAB, Blatant Media Corporation is an e-learning company that leverages the power of technology to improve learning for clients throughout the world.
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Richard Nantel
Blatant Media Corporation

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