Lotus learning products deliver flexible, Web-based learning management and delivery systems that integrate live, asynchronous, and self-paced content delivery.
- User management in IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning V2.7
This white paper highlights the changes made to user management in IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning version 2.7. It provides an overview of a wide array of user management tasks, including rostering and de-rostering users, setting up registry groups and automatic role assignments, and managing users’ roles and permissions.
- Results management in IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning V2.7
This white paper explains results management for those who teach or administer courses. It also describes how results management is implemented through the Course Management portlet in the Results and Courses section and through Data Loader using the Result.csv template.
- Introducing the new learning content management features in IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning V2.7
Learn about the new content management features in IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning V2.7. See how to import courses using three different mechanisms for three different uses and how to determine the optimum way to manage learning content.
- Comparing IBM Lotus Learning Management System and IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning
IBM currently sells two learning solutions: IBM Lotus Learning Management System (LMS) 1.0.5 and IBM Workplace Collaborative Learning 2.5. Both are robust, full-featured learning management systems, so how do you go about choosing between them? Read on to find out.
- Lotus Learning Management System scenario testing
Scenario testing is a way for system testers to put themselves in the shoes of the users to simulate real-world user experiences and activities. This article explains how the Lotus Learning Management System (LMS) team developed scenario testing for LMS.
- The evolution of Lotus e-Learning Software
The evolution of Lotus e-learning software from the acquisition of The Human Interest Group in 1994 through the versions of LearningSpace to the newest members of the family: Lotus Virtual Classroom (LVC) and the Lotus Learning Management System (LMS).