Key Differences Between an LMS and an LXP 

A traditional learning management system (LMS) is different from a learning experience platform (LXP) in many ways. For example, an LMS traditionally focuses on course administration, learner assessment, and tracking learners’ activities with reporting. LXPs focus on the learner experience by delivering personalized learning paths, channels, and collections of learning materials, which allows learners to organize, access, and share relevant resources while discovering more avenues of learning.

This infographic lists the key differences between an LMS and an LXP. It is a quick reference resource for organizations that are or will be in the market for a next generation learning solution. The side-by-side comparison provides a clear format for understanding what is available in both systems so they can make a better-informed buying decision.


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