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Most popular Learning Management Systems in 2018
With online learning becoming more and more mainstream over the past few years – in support of the ‘bringing learning to the user ‘concept – choosing the right learning management system (LMS) has become a very important and difficult task.
The LMS market has matured and consolidated over the last several years. There is an increased uniformity in design and features, with most LMSs today being highly responsive, interoperable and cloud-hosted.
The modern LMSs have to support the delivery of a wide range of learning solutions – blended learning, mix of real-time (synchronous) and pre-recorded (asynchronous) modules, activities and assessments, MOOCs (massive open online courses) and variations within these categories – and be tailored to an organization’s mission and goals.
Based on user satisfaction and taking into account technical specifications, scalability, adaptability to different learning environments and other learning-relevant metrics, we have identified 20 LMS software solutions (according to finencesonline.com) that are currently the most popular among organizations and learning specialists.
|Top 20 LMS software solutions in 2018|
|1. LitmosLMS||11. Moodle|
|2. TalentLMS||12. Geenio|
|3. Docebo||13. Absorb LMS|
|4. iSpring Learn||14. Grovo LMS|
|5. Edmodo||15. SmarterU LMS|
|6. Schoology||16. Looop|
|7. Canvas LMS||17. Sakai|
|8. Bridge LMS||18. Eurekos|
|9. Brightspace||19. HackEDU Secure Development Training|
|10. Blackboard||20. ProProfs LMS|