Mark Blosil

Let’s face it, choosing an LMS is tough. Unfortunately, most committees only make it tougher by choosing the most difficult selection process, the path of greatest resistance, and one that often dooms them for failure. It’s not really their fault either, as most have never done this before. ¬†So lets examine the most common scenarios leading up to the selection committee, identify the prevalent pitfalls the committee faces, and discuss some of the best ways to approach the LMS selection process.

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