The social learning platforms in this section can facilitate peer to peer knowledge sharing and collaborative training.
Modern social learning solutions may create their own collaborative environment with desktop software and / or mobile app, while some integrate with popular social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to enable communication and debate.
At Learning Light we have long viewed the Enable LMS from Virtual College to be one of the most evolved learning management systems in the UK market and beyond.
Enable is a well-established LMS, and its first version has always been feature-rich and functionally excellent, enabling learners to learn effectively, and organisations to manage training and learning and development. You can see our views of Enable here.
A review by independent industry experts, Learning Light, of Pathway – the excellent cloud LMS from well-established elearning company, WillowDNA. Given the background of the designers at WillowDNA, this should not come as a surprise that the Pathway Cloud LMS was built with the purpose of supporting learners to acquire skills and knowledge as effectively as possible.
A review of the Looop next generation LMS for employee training by David Patterson of elearning and training consultancy, Learning Light.
Adobe Captivate Prime is one of the world’s most best LMS that focuses on Ease of Use, User Engagement, Powerful Tracking and Scalability. This powerful learning platform is a leading solution for staff, customer and channel sales enablement training.
With Headquarters in Washington, D.C. (USA), Blackboard was founded in 1997 by Michael Chasen and Matthew Pittinsky. It is a education technology solutions company in that specializes in learning management systems. The company also provides collaboration and communication apps, and related services to clients in many sectors, including educational institutions and government organizations. By the first quarter of 2013, Blackboard had...
Based in San Mateo, California (USA), Edmodo was founded in 2008 by Nicolas Borg and Jeff O’Hara. It is considered as a social networking site (very similar to Facebook) for teachers and students. It provides a secure and easy environment where pupils can share their content, and access several activities, evaluations and notices. Users can send and receive messages, discuss on forums and share digital resources such as videos,...