Top 8 Learning Management Systems
Cornerstone LearningMoodleNEO LMSGoogle ClassroomSAP LitmosMATRIX LMSSAP SuccessFactors LearningWombat Security Education Platform
The most valuable features of Cornerstone Learning are the welcome page and the learner's home. It is user-friendly and graphically appealing.
Cornerstone Learning's most valuable features are the keyword search, filters, and add-to-favorites option.
They have made it really easy for you to see the flow on the forums. The information is well organized and the UI is fairly easy to navigate.
It is relatively easy to use to build processes for establishing and conducting work within the templates that are used. It is not that hard to follow along or use, and it is pretty simple to pick it up and run with it.
I also like the discussion board a lot because students can give their opinions there and interact with each other. For me, as an English teacher, it is also important because they practice writing in a real context.
The most valuable features of Google Classroom are the meetings, mark book, and assignments.
The most valuable feature of Google Classroom is its clouds based. It can be accessed anywhere. Additionally, the GUI is good, we have not had any complaints and the platform has built-in security. For example, email has protection.
This is a very scalable solution. We had over 10,000 students in our instance and their billing model makes scaling affordable to do.
Litmos has an excellent user interface. It's well designed and intuitive. It also has a great content engine. I'm one of the admins, so I create content in the system and use that to produce courses. We make our own training content and credit records. They recently added a new feature called the Course Content Creator, and I'm a big fan. I also like that Litmos lets you record online and face-to-face training so you can create what they call Instructor-led Training Events (ILT).
I really like the fact that it's cloud-based. That means you don't have to look for updates. They happen automatically, which is great. It's also an easy, plug-and-play type of application. It is quite user-friendly and modern.
The interface is really friendly, and the training embedded in it is very easy to use, explore, and search. The catalog is pretty strong.
SAP SuccessFactors Learning's most valuable features are accessibility and updated UX. The solution can be accessed from outside of the office network and the user's experience is good.
Most valuable is the SSO integration with our AD, so the users can employ our federation service to log in.