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How to Select an AMS that Uses Single-Sign-On Technology Standards

You’re familiar with the term “reinventing the wheel,” right? Reinventing the wheel shouldn’t be necessary for implementing an association management system's (AMS) single sign on (SSO).

Each time a technology vendor comes up with their own way of solving a problem of interoperability for which a solution already exists, it injects timeline and budget risk into a project.

I’m not referring to innovation here, in which disruption often provides value to associations. I’m referring to standards that are a basic part of interoperability.

For example, let’s take country abbreviations. Such standards are important because if you use UK and I use GB bad things might happen. Did that package go Great Britain or the Ukraine? Alas, nothing in technology is quite that simple, and in practice, the end result can be much worse.

What are the benefit of SSO standards?

The benefits of standards are saving time and money. If vendors don’t have to talk about how they are going to define a country list, the conversation can move ahead to more important discussions, such as how your association can create member value from its association management system.

Which brings me to the point of this blog post. Before selecting an AMS, investigate whether...

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5 Ways to Improve the Marketing of Your CME Course

Investing the resources necessary to deliver world-class continuing medical education (CME) courses isn't enough to succeed in today's digital world. To attract busy physicians and other healthcare practitioners, you have to get noticed, and relying on word of mouth is only part of the solution. These five methods of improving the marketing of your continuing education courses will ensure that learners turn to you first for their continuing education.

Search Engine Optimization of Course Descriptions

Search engine optimization, also referred to as SEO, acknowledges the intricate algorithms search platforms like Google use to select and display results. While the specifics of these algorithms are a closely held secret, web experts have come up with some useful tips:

  • Consider how physicians and others practitioners will search, and make sure you include obvious search words and phrases in the course description in your CME learning management system (LMS). Search engines display the most relevant results first.
  • Invest in quality web page design for your CME LMS. Search engines favor sites that are easy to...
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Discover Top LMS Features To Support Your E-Learning Goals

Make sure that the learning management system you choose offers a variety of features targeted towards your organization.

Finding the right e-learning vendor can be a challenge, especially as LMS providers continue to  expand and improve their offerings. Due to the wealth of options now available with LMS software, it’s important to narrow your search by determining which LMS features are essential and which are unnecessary for your business. By focusing on the features that best support your organization, you will be able to dictate your needs to any LMS provider.

LMS feature needs vary depending on the type and size of the organization in question. For instance, an LMS solution that works well for a small university may not work for a large organization. Consider the size of your organization, your learners’ needs and goals, certification requirements, and other factors to determine which features will best serve your business.

5 LMS Features To Consider In An E-learning Program

The learning management system you choose should engage your learners through an easy-to-use and accessible platform. For administrators, the goal for LMS is to streamline e-...

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