7 Step Guide for Implementing Blended Learning via an LMS

| August 27, 2018

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Blended Learning, by itself, is a prominent trend in corporate training to maximise training and development results. Implementing it via an LMS takes these benefits to a whole new level. And it's no surprise why. After all an LMS does not just streamline the training management process, widen the reach of training delivery and leverage the technology at hand, for the learners it increases flexibility in accessing training resources, facilitates interaction between learners and provides dual benefits of traditional and innovative learning tools.While the merits are aplenty, here comes the interesting part – implementing blended learning via an LMS. Implementing an LMS for managing blended learning is as crucial, if not more, a task as new LMS implementation. In fact, a slight distraction in the implementation process can even make your decision to leverage the LMS for blended learning look wrong. You need to have your homework done ahead of time so as to make the implementation process as trouble-free as possible.

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