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Waltham, MA, United States, 2010/04/28 - SyberWorks, a leader in custom e-Learning Solutions and the LMS industry, announces an article available in the SyberWorks Online Media Center: “Options for Configuring Learning Management System Campuses” by Steve Pena.
Mary Kay Lofurno, Marketing Director at SyberWorks, states, “This article looks at various options for learning management system campus configuration and provides a robust blue print for LMS implementation. The article illustrates two LMS set-up structures: the one campus with many sub-campuses and the multi-campus LMS set up.”
About the Author
Steve Pena is a Senior Instructional Designer and Implementation Specialist at SyberWorks, Inc., Waltham, Massachusetts.
The SyberWorks Learning Management System/Learning Content Management System
SyberWorks Training Center (STC) is a Web-based Learning Management System (LMS)/Learning Content Management System (LCMS) that provides complete solutions for managing and tracking all types of training at your organization — from e-Learning courses to traditional classroom training and self-paced study programs. The STC includes extensive testing and assessment tools, reporting, management, communication and collaboration tools, and quality control capabilities — all in one integrated database application that is highly scalable to precisely meet your organization’s needs. The SyberWorks Training Center LMS/LCMS can be purchased as an enterprise license or hosted application.
SyberWorks, Inc. (syberworks.com) is a leader in providing Learning Management Systems and custom e-Learning Solutions for Fortune 1000 corporations, higher education, and other organizations. Located in Waltham, Massachusetts, the company serves the multi-billion-dollar e-Learning market. Since 1995, SyberWorks has developed and delivered unique and economical solutions for creating, managing, measuring, and improving e-Learning programs at companies and organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other countries.