The greatest benefit that an LMS offers is that it’s based in technology, meaning that everything is fast. If you need to update a setting that affects many courses and participants, you do it once and it’s done. If you need to accommodate hundreds of people taking the same test at the same time and all getting instant scores, an LMS can get it done much faster than a human grading paper-and-pencil exams.
We believe that any modern organization that offers professional development and growth opportunities should be offering those activities in an online format. We could explain the benefits of online learning all day, but for now, we’ve distilled our beliefs to the most important ones below.
Top 5 Benefits of Using an LMS
Create Engaging Courses – you can design your training to fit a user’s learning style (audio, visual, etc.) by incorporating text, images, and videos into your LMS platform. With this type of variety and interactivity, you’ll keep your participants focused and interested.
Reach More Users – you can invite users from all over the world to join your secure LMS portal. This is incredibly helpful if you work for an organization that has remote employees. Now, nobody can miss out on the training.
Provide Consistency – now that you’re reaching more people with your online learning, the LMS offers the ability to maintain a consistent message. No matter where users are located, they benefit from receiving the same high-quality training, just as you’ve designed it.
Easy Tracking & Reporting – as an LMS administrator, you can track the progress of all your participants. You’ll be able to see who has finished the program, what activities still need to be completed, and – more importantly – who’s never even logged in!
Better User Results – because participants are more engaged with the online course content, you can count on them paying more attention and retaining the information. You’ll see in the quiz scores just how effective online learning can be!
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About Lesley Cowie
Lesley has been passionately advocating for and working with green building and renewable energy since 2009. She has experience with LEED certification, home energy auditing, blower door testing, solar energy, and more. She holds many certifications, including LEED Green Associate and NABCEP Certification. Her work has won numerous awards over the past decade.
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