University of California Picks LMS for System-Wide Staff Training

The University of California signed a contract to purchase a learning management system to host the delivery of compliance training materials and services throughout the UC systems. The university purchased the LMS from SumTotal Systems Inc., along with software for creating training content called TotalLCMS. The system will track and deliver compliance training for the system's 170,000 faculty and staff across 10 campuses.

The university currently has a variety of training management systems, commercially obtained or built in-house, to track and store training records. The new system would allow it to scale to meet any of its training requirements. It will also enable the university to exchange data electronically between its campuses and the office of the university's president.

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