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There are many systems and many aspects to eLearning integration.
A good system integration strategy begins with identifying the desired information and outcomes.
Once this vision is complete, it becomes easier to identify what systems contain the desired information, and how it needs to look.
Next in the integration strategy, the development team must decide how frequently the information is going to be viewed, and therefore how often it needs updated.
In general, a nightly update is much less complicated and expensive to implement than a real-time update.
Other standard strategizing principles, such as stakeholder identification, risk management, and project planning need to play a part.
Integration can be so in-depth that it warrants its own project, separate from implementation projects.
eLearning integration can really add value to both the user experience and the initiative as a whole.
It can help to establish accountability through measurement, which leads to a high return-on-investment of the eLearning program.
A fully integrated eLearning system:
- takes input data from human resources systems
- uses financial systems to pay courses and track costs
- links with portal software to adapt the Learning Management System to customers' internal ICT environment.
We also provide system integration services that include:
- Linking eLearning to Knowledge Portals
Polling and harvesting content from RSS feeds to capture key communication
- Using Web Services
To pass assessment or registration data betweeen systems
- Using Real-Time Social Media
- Access to Mobile Content
Accessing content and progress via your phone or ipod
- Using On-line Assessment Tools
Supported by an email backend workflow