Here we will go into more detail on the deployment stage—ranging from the types of training programs you should provide to how to best communicate to your end users. With the right knowledge and tools, you’ll be able to deliver a truly valuable product to your organization.
Before any data can be migrated over to your new LMS, you will need to configure it to meet the specific needs of your institution. In terms of course data, you’ll need to determine how your catalog will be structured and what types of courses will be offered.
Although your institution wants you to implement a new LMS, it’s up to you to work with them to decide which system best fits their needs. The initial stages of implementing an online LMS range from how to decide which system is right for your organization to how to assemble a team.
Online courses have become incredibly popular among a large portion of Higher Ed students, and many universities have responded by integrating e-learning into their normal course selection. A Learning Management System acts as the backbone for these online courses.