Please recommend an LMS

I am trying once again to convince my employer to buy an LMS. It's been a few years since I looked at these and there are so many now that it's completely overwhelming. What are some good ones that work well with Lectora? Obviously there is Coursemill but I need to present a few different LMSs to them.

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  • rwalters
    rwalters Community Member Posts: 276
    Do all LMSs let you upload courses? I'm confused as I tried a trial of 360Learning LMS and it seems more like content creation software than an LMS. Of course I really have no idea what an LMS should look like, but the tutorial just directs me toward content creation rather than content management.
  • klaatu
    klaatu Community Member Posts: 988
    Go to Platte Canyon and check out Tracker.net.
  • acarr3038
    acarr3038 Community Member Posts: 4
    Hi Rwalters,

    A decent LMS for Lectora courses is Moodle (which is actually open-sourced, meaning it's free) - https://elearningindustry.com/directory/elearning-software/moodle

    Follow the link above for more information about it.

    Adam
  • acarr3038
    acarr3038 Community Member Posts: 4
    "Do all LMSs let you upload courses? I’m confused as I tried a trial of 360Learning LMS and it seems more like content creation software than an LMS. Of course I really have no idea what an LMS should look like, but the tutorial just directs me toward content creation rather than content management."
    In response to this question, an LMS should let you upload courses - usually in the form of a SCORM package (or similar) in order for performance to be tracked.

    I have no experience with the 360Learning LMS, however after having a quick look at it, it does look like it is a LMS but does feature the ability to create content as well.

    Adam