Providing custom implementations of the Trellis family of products for more than a
decade, the pros at Learning.net know what it takes to deliver a cost-effective hosted LMS. “People are looking for an LMS solution that doesn’t make them bend over backwards to produce the results they want,” says Terry Heiney, President of
Learning.net. “They also expect cutting edge open source technology that allows
for easy customization and good customer support, all reasonably priced to fit their business needs.”
Trellis, Learning.net flagship full-function learning management system offers all this and more, starting with a straightforward, easy-to-use customizable User Interface, advanced Admin/Reporting system, and an e-commerce component for online sales. You can also enhance the basic Trellis framework with two custom plug-in expansion modules packed with extra features. Trellis Author, our LCMS module, offers simple browser-based online self-study course and evaluation creation using custom templates and allows educators to upload and embed video, audio, graphics and Flash files automatically. Trellis also supports any SCORM 2004 compliant courses (from Articluate, Lectora, etc). The Webinar module integrates the Trellis interface with 3rd party web seminar providers and is currently implemented with LiveMeeting using standard APIs. This is a complete integration. All upfront scheduling, course entry, and downline administration are done through the Trellis interface. This offers the benefit of a single point of entry for all learning for students, instructors and administrators.
To see a Trellis demonstration site in action, go to e.learning.net. To learn more about Trellis, visit www.learning.net or give us a call at (949) 221-8600 x13.
Stop bending over backwards for your LMS. Contact Learning.net today for a solid custom LMS solution for your business at a price you can afford.
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