ID and e-Learning Links (3/31/14)
eLearning on WordPress: Comparing WP Courseware and LearnDash
Comparison of two WordPress LMS/course management solutions: WP Courseware and LearnDash
Sensei | A Learning Managment System for WordPress | WooThemes
Wrodpress plugin with some basic LMS functionality. User registration, course and lesson creation, quizzes, tuition, analytics. No SCORM compatibility (although that’s planned for the future).
Visual introduction to SCORM
Subscription prices for Totara (customized Moodle). The cheapest option is $2950/year for up to 500 users.
Latitude Learning’s pricing for LMS setup. Good for comparison
eLearning Guild Research: Gender Issues in Pay, or What You Don’t Know Does Hurt You by Patti Shank : Learning Solutions Magazine
Patti Shank on the gender gap in e-learning pay (almost 10% lower on average). Educate yourself and do a better job negotiating your own salary, at least as one way to improve the issue.
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As I just spent 20 years in corporate training/instructional design, I was floored by the amount of eLearning tools out there, as I was used to using whatever my company used. I have a list going and it’s numbering around 30 right now. I have a lot of catching up to do! So, I’m interested to read the article, as those are two of the ones on my list.
There are over 400 LMSs out there, plus lots of tools for developing courses. It’s not possible to know them all, so you have to figure out which ones are most likely to meet your needs.
Joe Ganci’s Toolkit column for Learning Solutions Magazine is a very helpful source for evaluating e-learning tools, especially those for creating courses.
If you’re looking at LMSs, Craig Weiss’ resources are a good resource.
Thanks lady! Yes, it’s impossible to know them all (and I just died a little inside when you said that there are over 400). When I’m sourcing work from Guru.com or Elance.com, it’s helpful to have more than just Articulate, uPerform, or Element K listed.