A Learning Management System, when selected and implemented correctly, will provide a lasting positive impact on both your business and your students.
There are a great deal of things you want to consider when selecting, configuring, styling and implementing an LMS. Once you select an LMS and dive into creating courses, it’s often very hard to dig your way back out after dedicating time, resources and money toward your choice, so you cannot take your selection lightly, you really need to plan in advance.
I’ve compiled a list of the most important questions you need to answer before identifying you actually need an LMS:
What do you expect to get from a website?
Who is your audience?
What type of information do you want to provide?
What type of interactivity are you expecting to provide your audience?
What feedback mechanisms are you expecting?