You asked, and we delivered! LatitudeLearning has released a new Transcript Import tool, allowing administrators to migrate training history from their old learning platform to ours.
As we continue to build a new LMS interface with action icons and custom images, the LatitudeLearning release on Sunday, September 29, enhanced User Account management tools with image upload functionality.
On September 3, 2019, LatitudeLearning enhanced the LMS with a new page to replace the classic Department Certification Status page.
This release contains minor enhancements to Roster Processing, Assessment navigation, and Reporting, in addition to resolutions for reported software assurance issues.
Latitude CG conducted an online training survey to get a bird's-eye view into training programs.
This release includes a new Team Certification page, expanded Position Group branding, the ability to add Course Images, user list exports for Audience, Search Users, and My Team, plus several software assurance updates.
On August 18, 2019, LatitudeLearning enhanced the LMS with result export functionality for the new Training History page.
LatitudeLearning is gathering requirements for a major enhancement to the student experience: Course Catalog.
In lieu of custom user reports, we are adding file export options to three of our core user management pages: Audience, Search Users, My People .
Managers and administrators who use the My Team tool to view user status and manage training goals can now utilize a new Team Certifications page to help track team progress.
The new Training History page was enhanced with result export functionality on Sunday, August 18, 2019.
Training Managers are consistently asked to do the impossible: Train more with the same limited budget.
This release contains a minor enhancement to allow the download of Training History search results, in addition to resolutions for several reported software assurance issues.
The problem Ruffalo Noel Levitz wanted to solve with an LMS was creating a universal area that their teams could use and learn from controlled content and resources, regardless of their location.