Latitude Learning LMS Receives Brandon Hall Award
By LatitudeLearning Team
11/22/2010

 
 
 
 

Read about Latitude Learning and Chrysler Group's award presented at DevLearn 10, hosted by the eLearning Guild and Brandon Hall in San Francisco....  

SALINE, Mich., Nov. 22, 2010 – Latitude Learning, provider of the industry leading open-source learning management system (LMS) LatitudeLearning.com and the Chrysler Group, one of the world's leading automotive companies, today announced they are bronze award winners for Best Use of Web 2.0 Tools for Learning from Brandon Hall Research. The award was presented at Brandon Hall’s DevLearn | 10 conference.

Latitude Learning designed and launched Chrysler Academy 2.0 on behalf of the Chrysler Group. The Chrysler Academy 2.0 LMS leverages Web 2.0 tools such as RSS feeds, audio and video Webcasts, blogs, forums and peer-to-peer networking to educate and create social capital. The LMS scales to support more than 300,000 users, so it can continue to service the growing global community of Chrysler employees, dealers and suppliers.

“We are excited to be named bronze award winners by Brandon Hall Research in the prestigious Best Use of Web 2.0 Tools for Learning awards,” said Latitude CEO Jeff Walter. “We are extremely fortunate to partner with a client like the Chrysler Group that appreciates how leveraging Web 2.0 tools within an LMS provides a superior learning platform.”

The Latitude team traveled to take part in Brandon Hall's Excellence in Learning awards ceremony in San Francisco and also attended DevLearn 10's DemoFest, featuring emerging e-learning content and technologies across a range of industries and subject areas.  Read more about one of the largest annual e-learning conferences and this prestigious award at www.brandon-hall.com.

Learn more about Latitude Learning and its solutions and services at www.latitudelearning.com.


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1 Comments


  • Ed Nyberg 6/7/2012
    The Chrysler Academy 2.0 LMS is quite impressive.

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