Learning Experience Platform (LXP): definition
LXP, or LEP, is a name given to digital learning solutions that differ from traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) in their learner-centric approach and the flexibility they offer in terms of personalizing the learning journey. An LXP platform relies heavily on an adaptive learning approach while retaining the basic functionalities of the LMS.
LXPs emphasize the individual learning experience. They allow learners to follow their own development and training courses, based on their interests, needs, progress and professional goals.
LXP platforms also offer a much higher level of customization than traditional LMSs. Using technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, they can provide personalized recommendations based on each learner's preferences, skills and work history.
The Learning Experience Platforms also encourage social learning by allowing learners to interact with each other, share resources and collaborate on projects. In addition, they often incorporate gamification elements to make learning more fun and stimulating.
LXPs are typically accessible from any internet-connected device, allowing learners to learn at their own pace, wherever they are from a computer, tablet or mobile phone.
The advantages of an LXP platform
Improved trainee engagement
Through a personalized and interactive learning experience, LXPs can help increase learner engagement in their training.
Increased engagement typically results in better knowledge retention and overall improved performance.
Continuous education and skills development
This type of solution can help organizations set up a continuous training ecosystem, where employees are encouraged to constantly develop their skills, in particular through a catalog of digital training.
This approach is a vector of competitiveness for companies which, thanks to their employees, will be able to be reactive to the changing needs of the market and the sector of activity in which they are located.
Autonomy and motivation
By allowing learners to follow their own learning path, LXPs reinforce their autonomy and motivation to learn. Trainees are thus more likely to invest in their professional development and make full use of the resources made available to them.
An all-in-one platform
An LXP brings together all the essential functionalities to provide complete training, whether fully digital or hybrid, since it covers the entire functional scope of traditional LMSs.
So what are the differences with the LAS?
A LAS platform is a SaaS solution that combines all the functionalities of the LMS and LXP while focusing on assessment. The goal is to enable everyone to design training courses geared towards the learner and the sustainable acquisition of skills and knowledge.
The LAS uses all the power of assessment, in all its forms (formative, summative, surveys) to create complete courses integrating intelligent and automated tools such as adaptive learning, micro learning or even the assessment of training satisfaction.
The LAS ExperQuiz makes it possible to deploy fully digital training thanks to e-learning modules but also blended learning by combining digital phases and face-to-face phases while relying on training animation tools such as battles or the blackboard.
ExperQuiz also offers the possibility of using digital sign-off in order to meet legal obligations while providing a seamless experience for learners.