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Finding a Learning Management System

By sking ·
My organization, an education non-profit in the D.C. area is seeking a LMS to help us meet some specific future goals. Unfortunatly, none of our IT staff have never really been inolved in finding and purchasing the services of an LMS company or LMS software, although we're all at least familiar with what they are.

As far as details go, we're looking for an LMS that will allow us to publish some of our own courses and really have limited interest in training our own staff. Specifically, we've developed some courses for high school and college administrators that we'd be giving certification in. These are nationally recognized certs like a MS or Cisco cert, but they do carry weight in the education world.

We also have some podcasts and Webinars (some free, some we charge for) that we'd like to make available through the LMS.

So basically we've created some courses (and even develop tests and evaluations for them). We need an LMS that will allows us track the relevent statistics for usage/evalutaion/grading/certification for these classes. Our only other concern is that we maintain copyright control over our in-house course-ware.

Thanks in advance for any advice!

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LMS : Off the shelf System

by pravinasar In reply to Finding a Learning Manage ...

Look at

http://www.joomlalms.com/

This is installed on your hardware, not hosted by them.

Pravin Asar
pravinasar@yahoo.com
http://www.asarconsulting.com

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Thanks!

by sking In reply to LMS : Off the shelf Syste ...

We'll add that to our list of software solutions we're looking at. Thanks!

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learn online

by shasca In reply to Finding a Learning Manage ...

We Have used New horizons training which is excellent. They offer inhouse design for your systems as well.

http://www.newhorizons.com/content/business.aspx?id=49

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Try Moodle

by kristine In reply to Finding a Learning Manage ...

We're a non-profit employment training organization, converting to Moodle from a custom product. Moodle is open-source, and the user community is HUGE. You can host it yourself, or have it hosted by any number of Moodle host sites worldwide.

moodle.org

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Haiku

by jaysoni86 In reply to Finding a Learning Manage ...

You may also try Haiku LMS

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