LMS, TMS, CRM, ERP, SaaS… If you’re not a tech geek, the chances are that all those acronyms must seem like a foreign language to you. You have most likely used at least one of them at some point in your educational or professional career. In this article, we want to introduce you to three of the most popular programs that companies use in today’s business landscape: LMS, CRM, and ERP. So what are they and what do they do?
Nowadays there is a big focus on the PISA tests done around the globe which compare educational systems. Do you know who ranks on top, every single time? Nordic educational institutions.
Nowadays there is a big focus on the PISA tests done around the globe in order to compare educational systems, and year by year countries see how they ranked so that they can analyze their whole educational system.
You may have heard the term “Learning Management System” floating around these past few months as organizations and educational institutions are adapting the way they work and learn from home.
Long before COVID-19 companies were well on their way to digitize corporate training programs. There are many reasons why you should jump on the bandwagon and go digital with your corporate training using a learning management system (LMS). We have listed the top 5 benefits of using an LMS for corporate training in order for you to be ready and take the next step.
Have you been entertaining the idea of acquiring a learning management system or learning platform for your organization, but can’t decide between a cloud-based or a self-hosted system? Or perhaps you’re confused about what to pick after reading about the difference between the two. We can help you out.
When Covid-19 first hit and schools and universities had to face lockdowns, focus was on transitioning to an online format in order to continue the basic training and classes to ensure students’ basic education.
Before COVID-19, El Caballito de Palermo, a multidisciplinary civil society organization in Buenos Aires, Argentina dedicated to supporting the development of children’s cognitive and emotional competencies based on the game of chess successfully held classes where ten teachers and 50+ partners taught 1,000 students chess over one year.
Extracurricular activities or after-school activities have been sacrificed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, making it a risk to meet in person in many places.