Before we talk about Learning Experience Platforms (LXP), let’s take a small step back.
It has been many years since most organizations equipped themselves with Learning Management Systems (LMS). The platform is used to meet the training needs of their employees on issues identified by the organization.
The prefix “e” generally refers to the web.
E-learning is therefore literally “learning on the web”. The LMS, as an organization’s centralized (or not) training catalog, is its embodiment.
Today, all the digital technologies available allow us to go further than just offering online content catalogs. Virtual reality, artificial intelligence, recommendations, micro-content, analytics… must be leveraged.
In this context, we can no longer really talk about e-learning. Instead, we need to talk about digital learning. This digital learning, which is more diverse, more robust, more adapted to our daily lives and based on all digital technologies, is embodied by the Learning Experience Platform (LXP).