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Integration of Learning Content Management System to Streamline the Transition to Mobile Learning



 
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Product Code: WB-7076
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Includes 1 hour and 10 minute Windows Media Video File and PowerPoint presentations for immediate download.


The rapid changeover to mobile learning across the life science industry has created a higher demand for Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) that can enable Learning professionals to more efficiently transfer content from non-mobile formats and platforms to more mobile-friendly formats and platforms. Re-creating entirely new content for a mobile device can be extremely costly and time consuming; therefore the hope of many is that being able to utilize an LCMS will enable organizations to maximize existing content investments while empowering more mobile-centric learning content strategies that will improve key business processes.
  • Briefly create an understanding of the difference between an LMS and an LCMS and how they work together
  • Explore the changing needs of today’s learning strategies and what a current or future LCMS must be capable of to meet these needs
  • Consider whether an LCMS is necessary to make the transition to mobile
  • Look at ways to identify current LCMS options that are currently suitable (or have the right roadmap )
  • Discuss what ways of working are needed to support a strategy that includes/doesn’t include an LCMS

Speaker:

Joe Polidoro, MBA
Application Analyst – eLearning Content Specialist
AstraZeneca


Participants that will find this webinar most beneficial will be those involved in pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology companies. Job titles of attendees that will be most applicable for this session will be:

  • eLearning
  • Learning Systems
  • Instructional Design
  • Curriculum Manager
  • Training & Development
  • Commercial Training & Development


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