Trying to decide which LMS is right for your audience and course needs? Here is a breakdown of what each tool offers, including the benefits and limitations of each tool.
- Ideal for a micro-learning strategy: brief content modules with bite-sized learning activities. Meant for quick consumption but deep learning.
- Better mobile experience but easy to move between mobile and desktop
- 10 languages currently offered, with more on the way. Supports over 190 languages.
- Supports interactive community learning via learning cohorts
- Can be used offline and in low-bandwidth situations, easily accessible in secure locations
- Somewhat robust tracking/grading/reporting options
- Currently does not integrate with PSHR or NetSuite, but this may be a future option.
- Does not support SCORM files
- Flexible branding for pages and courses
- Self-directed learning opportunities with customized learning libraries
- Integrates with Wordpress and additional Wordpress plugins to create a great learning experience on your website
- Better desktop experience but easy to move between desktop and mobile
- SCORM files implentation and support
- More robust tracking/grading/reporting options. Currently integrates with PSHR.
- Better current option for high-compliance type internal courses (ex. Workplace Sensitivity)
- Supports content creation in many languages
- Self directed learning opportunities and easy to choose courses
- Flexible branding and overall appearance
- Some limitations on access in secure locations