Is your technology working with you or working against you? Integrations play an essential role in building an interconnected IT environment, where information is readily shared between systems. If your disparate systems can’t “speak” to each other they become information silos and information becomes more difficult to access.
In this webinar we will outline how Moodle and Totara LMS’ can be interconnected to your other IT systems. Our speaker, James, will demonstrate how different types of information can be used as part of these integrations. We will also detail how 3rd party applications can be integrated into the LMS to further enhance its abilities with additional course and content functionality. For each of these integrations, we will identify how they can performed and what features are available out of the box in Moodle and Totara LMS’.
Watch this webinar to learn more about:
- What does it mean to integrate with Moodle & Totara?
- What types of integration are available for the LMS’s?
- What information can be shared between Moodle/Totara and your other systems?
- What integrations can you utilize immediately through Moodle & Totara’s out of the box features?
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Stewart is an experienced product management professional with over 15 years in technology product management. At Lambda Solutions he leads the product development of next generation solutions for learning and talent management. His approach is to engage customers throughout the development process using instantaneous feedback to ensure solutions exceed expectations.
At Lambda Solutions, Erin works closely with clients from first login to launch, ensuring that they have maximized the features in their LMS for business success. She is passionate about providing inspired learning, finding the best solutions for your LMS configuration needs, and, most importantly, seeing clients succeed.
Leah Chang is an instructional designer, entrepreneur and founder of Leah Chang Learning, a consultancy of savvy learning technologists and learning designers. Having been in the “learning trenches” as a learning business partner developing employee-facing learning, client education and non-profit learning projects, she is intimately familiar with the challenges instructional designers face. She’s adept at chunking large concepts and projects into realistic parts and supporting change and digital adoption at the organizational