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5 Cloud-Based Learning Platforms To Leverage In-House Education


Online learning platforms are a flexible, frame worked solution to ensure that the entire team is getting the training they need, plus has as all the training materials at hand whenever needed.

Unlike the traditional workshops or seminars, or static software-based courses, your workforce can attempt learning in their own pace and choose any device to access the materials.  

As the flexibility and mobility of cloud-based platforms becomes more and more competitive, both businesses and educational institutions choose to use cloud-based platforms to simplify management and reduce costs. After all, cloud learning requires less IT support and equipment, while offering the workforce an opportunity to learn on the go.

Virtual classrooms now lead the e-learning game and in case your company is now considering implementing one; here are the top 5 cloud-based learning platforms.

1. Moodle

Moodle is a simple and customizable open-source learning platform that cones with a list of handy features:

  • Blended learning environment
  • Easy virtual classroom management
  • In-built course authoring
  • Asynchronous and synchronous learning
  • Certification management
  • Video conferencing
  • Social Learning
  • Easy-to-navigate course storage similar to Wiki platforms
  • and more.

Moodle is used by a variety of educational institution worldwide and can be easily adapted as a corporate solution both for in-house training and relevant educational material storage e.g. workbooks, style guides, relevant templates and more.

2. Degreed

Degreed is a powerful enterprise LMS solution that allows companies to manage thousands of courses and platforms in one place. The platform offers customizable learning paths and a scalable progress system, which allows tracking employee’s progress, even outside of what the company requires.

Talent identification is made easier this way as the administrator can easily spot the employees with cross-functional skills.

3. BizLibrary

BizLibrary offers a great custom content management system (handy for companies with an existing data base of learning materials that need to be categorized properly), virtual classroom management, social learning and certification management. As an administrator you can choose the obligatory courses and the platform will allow self-enrollment.

The platform is perfect for businesses that often face ongoing licensing, certifications, security training, or have a long list of required policies, large library of standard job descriptions and recruiting guidelines and policies, meaning the staff should always stay in good shape.

4. Grovo

Grovo is extremely easy and quick to set up. As the creators say, using their suggested learning model has proven to reduce the required training time up to 88%. The average user is claimed to complete 50% more training than originally assigned.

The in-built admin panel offers helpful insights about your trainees core strength and weaknesses and respectively re-adjust the training program.

5. Talent LMS

Talent LMS is a mobile-friendly cloud platform that’s perfect for delivering short, on the go trainings and quizzes. It comes with a variety of embedded tool, built-in tests, templates and an efficient reporting system.  

The platform comes as a ready-to-use white-labeled solution, meaning you can easily incorporate it for your company’s needs, or even re-sell the platform and trainings as their own afterwards.

Does your company use cloud-based LMS? What platform has proved to work best for you?

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