A learning content management system (LCMS) is a specialized content management system (CMS) optimized for instructional content and designed to coexist with a larger learning ecosystem run by a learning management system (LMS).
A well-implemented LCMS is tied into the learning ecosystem in two directions. In one direction, it integrates tightly with the LMS, providing a content taxonomy and uses tracking from the LMS for curriculum management. In the other direction, it faces content creators, providing a collaboration and workflow hub for courseware authors and sometimes content development tools. In this sense, it is a bridge between the input and output sides of the learning ecosystem.
Trends, issues, and challenges that affect the business today can and will change tomorrow, and associates need access to the tools that will prepare them to troubleshoot these issues and to improve their performance. Part of the solution will be looking at providers who offer a modern user experience and who can deliver just-in-time learning. This research note evaluates technology and service providers that allow an enterprise to manage and deliver all forms of learning.
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