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I recently accepted work for a non profit which oversees the certification, accreditation and on-going CEUs for all staff of twenty nursing homes. They are making use of a product called Elevate as their LMS. I am so far not finding the same functionality I have witnessed in other jobs (Blackboard, Moodle, WebCT, iLearn) but it is decent and I believe that I need to dig into the documentation where I might be pleasantly surprised.
My question is this: if you have an education arm to your non-profit, if so - what does it use for the LMS?
Do you also have a student information system (SIS) or do you keep track of attendees / trainees in a CRM? If so, which one?
Does your CRM or SIS integrate with the LMS?
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Most of the time I use Moodle because it is
Having said that Moodle carries a lot of 'educational baggage' which means that it is not always well suited to use in the professional development environment. It can also take tutors and students a while to get used to the Moodle interface but the positive features make me stick with it.
However, I do not use the content creation tools in Moodle, I make my course content outside Moodle using tools like eXeLearn that are far superior.
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