In the last couple of years, there has been significant coverage for a technology platform called “Learning Experience Platform”. Popularly known as LXP and LEP – some of the largest eLearning technology firms have invested a considerable amount of money into R&D and have come up with their LXP solutions. As a part of the eLearning fraternity, you may wonder why we should invest in another platform when the traditional LMS works perfectly fine.
We saw workplace learning evolve from in-person training and printed books to training content packaged in CDs and DVDs, and then we witnessed the boom of blended learning, followed by online courses, and self-paced learning. The focus is now on mobile-first learning solutions and mobile learning apps that synchronize across different devices mapped to the LMS. As organizations seek to address the impact of learning budgets on employee morale and performance, there is a pertinent need to monitor and track learner analytics. Learning at the workplace comprises both formal and informal learning.
It is important to track both formal and informal learning to gather a complete picture of learner progress. Additionally, larger organizations from different industries like pharmaceuticals, banking, and sales that have a strong ‘on-field employee base’ also need a platform to learn that is independent of the ‘closed corporate LMS’. Be it learner analytics, extended enterprise learning, or mobile-app based support for microlearning; an LXP addresses some of these key problems.
If you are curious about how an LXP is different, you can sign up for a trial version by clicking here. You will be amazed by what an LXP can do to refresh your learning experience. With the freedom to learn anywhere, anytime, on a device of your choice, in a format that you prefer – podcast, video, presentation, or blog post, learning is truly free of the LMS.
If you are still wondering how an LXP can help you capitalize on your L&D investments, you should join our webinar on Learning Experience Platforms, titled – Demystifying LXPs – Making Sense of the Noise on August 8th at 11 AM (ET). The webinar will be co-presented by Cara North – Senior Learning Experience Designer (Ohio State University) and President of the Central Ohio Chapter of ATD with Shan – Senior Director of Technology at Origin Learning. Click here to join the webinar.
Some of the topics that will be broadly covered are:
The state of modern workplace learning and what ails the system?
Why the traditional LMS is not a scalable solution for smaller organizations?
The disadvantages of using a traditional LMS for extended enterprise learning.
An introduction to learning experience platforms and how they score over the traditional LMS
Implementation of LXPs for enterprise, customer, and extended enterprise learning
Why it makes sense to adopt an LXP as your medium of eLearning delivery?
This is just a basic outline of what we will be discussing in the webinar. You can always post your questions during the actual webinar and our hosts will answer them. We believe that you will find this webinar useful and will give you valuable insights on how LXPs are poised to transform the corporate eLearning industry. You can register for the webinar below:
Wishing you a wonderful learning experience ahead!