Ezio Lattanzio, CEO of Lattanzio Group, the owner of ELS, explained: "Our LCMS helps you create learning content both online and offline. Our platform model enables users to collaborate in authoring professional content which can then be published and delivered in many ways.
"The LCMS also enables workflow-based content management. This means that training managers can use the LCMS to provide management data relating to the entire learning content lifecycle," he said.
Valerio Torda, ELS's chief executive, added: "With our LCMS, you can also carry out content localization which, via the LCMS's localization engine, produces both e-learning and m-learning content - all of which meets accepted international standards.
"Moreover, our LCMS enables you to deliver multi-channel content - online, offline and via mobile distribution channels - which is based on the learner's learning preferences," he continued.
These four key aspects of an LCMS - Creating; Managing; Localizing, and Delivering learning materials - will be examined during four workshops being held at the company's stand (number 25) at the Learning Technologies exhibition. Two workshops will be held on the first day of the exhibition (29th January) - one in the morning and one in the afternoon - with the other two workshops taking place at the company's stand on the following day.
In addition, eXact learning solutions has arranged for Martin Sinclair, Technical Manager e-Learning for healthcare, to discuss the value of an LCMS in the healthcare sector. This discussion will take place at a public seminar in Theatre 1, - available to all those attending the Learning Technologies exhibition - on 29 January from 12.30pm to 1pm.
E-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) is an award-winning e-learning programme providing national, quality assured online training content for those in the healthcare profession. Involving the NHS and healthcare sector professional bodies, as well as eXact learning solutions, this Health Education England Programme contributes to the UK's on-going revolution in healthcare training.
According to Martin Sinclair, with over 10,000 learning objects being available '24/7' to more than 2,500,000 UK medical professionals, e-LfH has delivered some 1.7m hours of learning to date - equivalent to almost 200 years of learning. The eXact learning LCMS deployment at e-LfH is one of the world's largest LCMS deployments.
The latest version of the eXact learning LCMS is on show at the company's stand (number 25) at the Learning Technologies exhibition in London, on 29th and 30th January. To book a meeting with the eXact learning solutions team at Learning Technologies, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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