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Loukas Pappis

Happy Halloween, everyone!   We’re getting late into fall and already starting to think about Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Q4 release. Before we get into all of that, I want to take some time to

Overview And just like that, Summer is over, Fall is on the horizon, and the quarter three release is starting to hit your staging and production environments. There is always a certain level of both

Hello everyone, We recently had a client with a unique requirement for searching for jobs within Career Site Builder sites. The client owns and operates several subsidiaries across the country, but wanted to use a

You have scheduled items. You have web based items. You even have a blended version of the two. And then there is the “other” classification. What’s it for? Do you even use it? I know

Learning Groups are a great new addition to the LMS that help admins some features that were previously only available to organizations: slotting in scheduled offerings and use of population directed custom tiles. You might

Q2 is upon us already! Time to take a look at what I think are the best enhancements, from bigger new additions to the smaller stuff that can still make the LMS experience more efficient.

The landing page is more than often the first experience a user has with the LMS. It is important that the page is not only easy and intuitive for the user, but also sparks in

Using organizations in the LMS can give administrators a powerful tool to divide their company into learning groups. Learning organizations typically map well to actual organizations within your company structure and can be based on

The use of the LMS system as a standalone instance looks like it’s coming to an end. Almost every implementation of the LMS today includes using BizX – maybe not as the source system of

Overview The addition of programs into the LMS within the last few years bridged a gap the LMS had in delivering organized learning. Prior to programs, learning teams used curricula to group courses together to