When I speak to professionals who are undertaking eLearning on an online system (most likely an LMS) to achieve/maintain you professional CPD (Continued Professional Development) or CME (Continued Medical Education) points, their main challenge is to get a consistent experience on the content they are consuming on the LMS. They always say that they may … Continue reading Benefits of using a content template for eLearning.
In my last blog post I described how a Learning Management System (LMS) can help benefit Health Care Professionals (HCPs) with distance learning to achieve CME (Continued Medical Education) /CPD (Continued Professional Development) points. I would like to expand on this post to see how this is applicable for re-validation requirements for HCPs in the … Continue reading eLearning – Revalidation for HCPs
Continued Medical Education (CME) is becoming a key component within the Healthcare Industry and the Learning Management System can complement this need for CME!
I recently wrote a blog on how we evolved our LMS Solution (JLMS) from a typical eLearning solution with blended learning (Supporting Classroom based learning) to Virtual Classes and Webcasts (See blog post here). We evolved the solution to support webcasts within the Pharma (Pharmaceutical) industry as we worked with a number of clients in … Continue reading How to use an LMS for Webcast within Pharma Industry
The evolution to a truly blended solution from eLearning to Classroom learning to Virtual Classrooms.
Virtual Reality Headsets have been around for quite some time but we are seeing them become much more main stream with wearable technology now becoming popular. We have the following headsets that have been released in first half of 2016: Oculus Headset: the second version of the headset has been released. Samsung Gear VR: This is adapted from … Continue reading Virtual Reality in Learning
Over the last 15 years developing the Jzero Learning Management System (JLMS), I came to the realisation that for the system to evolve we needed to develop new functionality. The latter meant we could develop full functionality but this would take time and also found that there were other systems out there that had this … Continue reading Developing An Open Learning Solution.