Let me tell you a little story, it is about this kid named LRS, okay, it’s a nickname. The real name? Learning Record Store.
I’m sure you have heard of this kid, LRS. LRS is seen in a lot of places, various learning systems, heck even standalone. The funny thing about LRS though, is that what it was designed to do (wait, you didn’t know I wasn’t talking about a real child?) isn’t what it is being used for today.
When LRS rolled out – the original premise
An LRS can capture everything that the end-user does in the system. Chat – yes. Taking courses and content? Yes. Looking around on various pieces or various places within the system? Yes. Assessment results? Yes. A robust capture of data.