Learning Management System (LMS) Employment. Issue 06-023 : Use of multiple Learning Management Systems (LMS) inhibit the ability to integrate training and personnel records and adds unnecessary complexity to integration with JTS and DRRS.
Issue 06-023:Use of multiple Learning Management Systems (LMS) inhibit the ability to integrate training and personnel records and adds unnecessary complexity to integration with JTS and DRRS.
Discussion: Joint standard(s) must exist for the identification of requirements dealing with data needed for a consistent, interoperable tracking of learner profiles, competencies or training records. Multiple LMSs are being used across the Joint Community. Each LMS has different requirements dealing with learner profiles, competency tracking and training record management. Implementation must consider combatant command inputs to LMS data base and functions; percentage of combatant command -specific learning modules to be hosted on LMS; combatant command’ permissions to manipulate LMS; and JKDDC responsiveness to change inputs.
Endstate: Complementary LMS in use; potential savings in terms of course development; standardization across combatant commands.
POA&M:Employ JKDDC LMS for combatant commands “common” individual training and training management requirements. Combatant commands provide JKDDC JMO with specific LMS training requirements. JKDDC JMO conduct assessment and implement recommendations in JKDDC LMS Enhancement Strategy.
JKDDC AtlasPro LMS (GOTS Product) Deployed on Production Server
With JKO roll-out
JKO Content Management System Architecture
Complementary LMS Strategy
JKDDC Program Execution Plan (PEP) Approved
Solicited LMS functional capabilities from stakeholders
Conducted LMS Comparison
Selected AtlasPro LMS; Installed on Development Server
Conduct Functional Testing of LMS