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Multi-Tenant Cannabis Industry LMS Platform

If you’re in the market for a Learning Management System (LMS) for your cannabis business, you’re probably very familiar with many of the options, features, and services available to you. In today’s global cannabis workplaces and dispersed teams, most organizations are seeking to bring onboarding, training, and compliance management together in a centralized system –…

Best Instructional Design Tools

Best Instructional Design Tools

Select The Right eLearning Tools For Your Needs You’re new to the Instructional Design scene. In fact, until now, you’ve only ever been a trainee. So, who could blame you for feeling a little nervous about designing your first course for the cannabis industry? If you’re wondering which eLearning tools will make the process less…

Ed-Technology in the Years Ahead

In our world, people get excited about new technological products. Sure, the next iPhone will not draw the same lines that it used to, but surely the next company will. More people than it should care about Tesla model 3’s weekly output. The fact is, tech is exciting. Which is an education field eager to…

Data Science = MAKE or Break eLearning

It is common to think about technology as a fast-paced field. With new products, companies, frameworks, and buzzwords, it sounds daunting to catch up. But not all motion is linear and forthright, instead, it might be more appropriate to see ourselves as fish in a school, circling one another. Not in vain, mind you. Instead,…

Ed-Tech Futurology: Is an LMS a Distraction?

The perpetual brawl in the United States Learning Management System (LMS) market makes headlines everywhere. Meanwhile, the growth of the global Ed-Tech industry dwarfs the stakes. If we generously round up the total market value of both Instructure Canvas and Blackboard Learn to $2 billion USD each, they still account for very little as the…

Moodle Releases: Brings Cool, New Features Faster

News and estimations about Moodle HQ employees vary, but the number is often capped at fifty (50), and only a fraction of them are software engineers. Moodle is not a large company, and a part of its development depends on volunteer contributions. This is often the case for open source technologies, especially when the development…

Moodle: Learning Record Store (LRS)

For all the excitement surrounding Learning Record Store (LRS) and their potential to store xAPI-encoded data about learner behavior and performance and then extract meaningful insights, the progress has been basically halted. This is true in Moodle development and plugins, but it also applies to the broader learning industry. In recent years, a few announcements by…

Cannabis Industry Training: LMS vs. TMS

Training can be widely considered as a subset of learning, and the benefits of arguing against this are clear only for those fond of semantics (the study of meaning, as inherent at the levels of words, phrases, sentences, etc.). But when it comes to technology, this focus can be a winning strategy. Just like human…

Moodle 3.5 Latest Release is Out!

Moodle 3.5 is out! The latest version of the most widely used Learning Management System (LMS) in terms of worldwide users and registered sites are ready for your download. Moodle 3.5 continues its focus on usability, and it is considered the second release in the current period of ‘User-First Development‘ at Moodle HQ. Moodle 3.5…

Moodle: Most Important Accomplishments Over 15 Years!

For many Moodlers and open education enthusiasts, 2017 was one of Moodle’s most momentous times since the launch of version 1.0. The 15-year anniversary, its first private equity stake, and a series of announcements signaling new approaches both internally and externally are just a few reasons to be excited about the future of the world’s…

Training Technology for Cannabis Industry: Partners or Failures?

One of the most common questions we discuss here is: “How do I deliver necessary cannabis training online and how do I learn to manage a learning environment.” We will discuss technical considerations for choosing a training provider, but here’s the thing… If you are a beginner or an advance person in these technical areas, you…