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Greetings everyone!

My name is Meg.

It is my pleasure to be here today to help theagency to resolve a multitude of problems.

How you may ask?

Please follow me and I will show you!

Continue


  • Among the most articulate critics of the tests are the boycotting students, who complain about narrowing opportunities and shrinking curricula.

  • Peter Schrag,

  • Atlantic, August 2000

Continue


We’ll start here.


Challenge #1

A Learning Management System (LMS) is here to add to your already burdensome work load?

I am out of here!

I already have enough to do!

I am curious as to what this is all about. Besides I really don’t feel like dealing with clients and I am being paid to be here.


You’re right!

It is worthwhile staying and listening to how a LMS can be helpful to you!

You will be able to attending meetings from your desk, when you have time, or at a time and place that are most comfortable for you.

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Not quite.

Are you sure that you don’t want help to do your work easier and better?

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#1 Learning Management System


Challenge #2

How can facilitators or trainers communicate with staff within this LMS?

By handing out a TON of information to read, sitting for long, periods of time, in uncomfortable meeting rooms and not providing food.

Through interesting, fun, and easy to grasp methods.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

LMS uses interactive intelligence.

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Not quite.

That does not sound pleasant..

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#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #3

Is LMS learning for everyone?

Every thing is in English only or words I do not understand are used.

Yes, ALL learners!


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

LMS has adaptive learning capabilities such as Screen reader,

and Multilingual Translation support.

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Not quite.

You do not have to be frustrated by personal learning barriers.

LMS is fully adaptable.

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#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #4

Why is it so difficult to find and share files?

Files get lost, misplaced, or someone moves them.

LMS stores all files in one location and uses smart search to locate what you are looking for.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

LMS has capabilities for communicating with users and for the organization of content.

Continue


Not quite.

There are easier ways in LMS to search and retain files.

Start Over


#4: Sharing

#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #5

Is moving around an LMS complicated?

Computers are hard to work with and they do not do what I want them to do.

LMS has Links to radio buttons, check boxes, and markers.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

LMS has fully interactive features.

Continue


Not quite.

The LMS easily works with a simple click, mouse over objects, hot spots, and has video capability.

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#5: Links

#4: Sharing

#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #6

Can this LMS be used on any device?

Most programs have compatibility issues, due to specific abilities and requirements.

Articulate LMS has html, flash, mobile player, and i Pad adaptability.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

No matter what device or operating system used.

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Not quite.

Adaptive technologies have improved greatly due to customer demand.

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#6: Devices

#5: Links

#4: Sharing

#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #7

What is the cost of the Articulate LMS?

Based on everything this LMS can do it will cost a lot of money!

Cost is based on need and contracts are negotiable.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

Articulate LMS will only provide you with what you need based on your own design.

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Not quite.

There are many grants for learning technology. LMS is an investment in your staff and your agencies future.

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#7: Cost

#6: Devices

#5: Links

#4: Sharing

#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


Challenge #8

What are the benefits of LMS?

Having to learn more just seems like a waste of productive work time.

The benefits of Articulate LMS are as limitless as the imagination.


You’re right!

Collect your reward and move forward.

Why not try Articulate LMS?

You can try it for

30-days for free or with a month to month agreement.

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Not quite.

Articulate LMS will save time in a work dayand money in the long run.

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#8: Benefits

#7: Cost

#6: Devices

#5: Links

#4: Sharing

#3: Diversity

#2: Ease and Comfort of Learning

#1: Learning Management System


CONGRATULATIONS!

You have successfully completed an

Articulate LMS learning module !


References

ARTICULATE (n.d.) Retrieved July 5, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/articulate

Quote - Peter Schrag, Atlantic, August 2000

Harvard Business Review March 2012 article ‘Rethinking Schools’,

Sousa, D. (2006). How the brain learns (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Articulate Online (Articulate) http://www.articulate.com/products/articulate-online.php


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