Original Article: 8 Top LMS Implementation Obstacles To Avoid – eLearning Industry by Kim Morrison LMS Implementation Obstacles You Should Be Ready To Overcome Researching the perfect LMS for your company is a very important part of the LMS buying process, but there is another equally important stage that really comes into play once you have purchased your LMS, and that’s implementation. Buying a software system that seems a good fit for your training business is only half the battle. If you don’t have a successful implementation period for your new software you could end up wasting a lot of time and money, and still not having new software that does the job it was intended for! We’ve picked 8 of the top obstacles you may come across when it comes to implementation, and what you can do to avoid them! 1. Ask About Implementation During The Buying Stage You need to start thinking about the implementation process before you even commit to buying your LMS in the first place, and it should be a vital part of the decision-making process. If you’re bringing a complicated new piece of software into your business, it’s important to know how much support you’re going to get from the software company, and what sort of implementation package they offer. If this is the first time your company is going to be using an LMS, then you may need a higher level of support compared to other companies who have used eLearning previously. It’s all about finding the perfect […]
The recent release of the H5P plugin for Moodle (https://h5p.org/dec-2017-release-note) now allows for the embedding of H5P into HTML within an iFrame. Many people in the Moodle community have been asking for the ability to embed H5P content in different parts of Moodle and I am pleased to announce it is now possible! With the latest release of the Moodle plugin you will be able to embed H5Ps on the front page of courses and in almost any other Moodle page that accepts HTML as input. All you have to do is copy the embed code found at the bottom of the H5P container and paste it into a label. Note that you will have to press the ‘html’ button first. The screencast below shows how it’s done. We’ll be back later with an Atto plugin to make this even easier.
Whilst I’m knee-deep in a new project developing new eLearning templates with Captivate, I found this article useful and pertinent to what I was doing! Choosing or even developing your eLearning Template is a crucial step in any eLearning project. Read more at 8 Golden Rules For Choosing The Best eLearning Template – eLearning Industry