Keep Teaching & Stay Connected with an LMS

Trying to move suddenly from face-to-face to digital?

Congregations can keep their classes and community alive with a Learning Management System (LMS). This recorded webinar provides an overview of some options for faith-based communities to stay connected during the shut down.

My previous business, Farrell Ink, allowed me to spend 10 years helping adult educators mange the move to digital, while still maintaining the core of their teaching role: relationships! Now that I mainly serve religious communities, I hope this information can be helpful to YOU as well as you discern how to best respond in this time of crisis.

This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, and there are many great LMS options not included. However, these are my top picks based on cost and ease-of-use for folks who are setting up an LMS for the first time.

Just the links:

FREE Options: for an interim solution

FREEmium tools offering a free level, with more robust paid options

Paid options (but worth the price if you have a budget!)

If you have any questions at all, feel free to email Meagen at

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