Simple and easy to use
The user experience is clean, simple, and designed for rapid adoption on all devices. With features like drag and drop content into courses, automate common tasks, and send feedback quickly. But for some of the more in-depth features look for training and services offered by the LMS provider.
Accessible by anyone anywhere
Whether in class, at home or on the bus; using a laptop or hand-me-down smartphone, today’s LMS platforms need to work anytime, anywhere. Perhaps, more important it needs to be accessible for any user regardless of physical limitations and usable by people with disabilities and interoperable with assistive technologies.
Plays well with others
What takes a learning management system to the next level and become a learning management platform is the ability for you to continue to use the tools you love with support for single sign-on and built-in integrations into tools like Google Drive™, and plug and play SIS integration.
Provides personalised learning
Your learning management platform needs to adapt to the way you teach, and the way your students or employees learn. Course delivery should be able to adapt to individual needs based on what a learner does – or doesn’t do – using automated methods to personalise learning – saving time will providing customised support to learners.