Learning management system

546 views

Published on

Saori Imaizumi & Asom Atoev

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
546
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
279
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Learning management system

  1. 1. Learning Management System Saori Imaizumi, Asomiddin Atoev
  2. 2. What is Learning Management System?  LMS - Information System  “Learning Management System is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning programs, and training content.” (Sharma & Vatta 2013:1000)  “The LMS provides a web-based interface with which faculty and administrators can monitor learner progress through reports of enrollments, completions and grades. The LMS also provides a web-based interface for the leaner to enroll in
  3. 3. Information System = Information + Technology + People + Processes (Heeks 2006:4)
  4. 4. Thus LMS is  a server-based or cloud-based information system that enables learning environment and its administration through content distribution and managing users.
  5. 5. Common interoperability standards and frameworks for LMS  AICC (Aviation Industry Computer-based training Committee)  IMS (Information Management Standard) or IMS Global Learning Consortium  SCORM
  6. 6. Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM)  Exchange courses between LMSs  Reuse content pieces across different courses  Sequence content tailored to the learner
  7. 7. SCORM as Product of ADL
  8. 8. Advanced Distributed Learning  One more project of DoD  ADL vision: Provide access to the highest quality education and training, tailored to individual needs, delivered cost effectively, anywhere and anytime.”  ADL aimed to produce a set of standards for the e-learning industry that allow various LMSs to “find, share, import, export, and re-use e-learning content with one another.” (GrayHarrman 2014)  This initiative was named SCORM
  9. 9. SCORM Benefits  Provides an object-based approach for developing and delivering instructional content  Allows interoperability of these objects across multiple LMSs  Enables sophisticated learning strategies based on the learner's mastery and progress (individualized learning)  Permits the packing of learning content and instructional strategies for import and export
  10. 10. LMS, CMS, LCMS (EMIS)
  11. 11. LMS – How LMS can be implemented? <Basic Principles> • Do not have to convert all teaching/learning activities into a LMS • Conduct a training on LMS from a user-centric perspective (How LMS can help users) instead of a tool-centric perspective (explain the functions of the tool) − Ex) Use a case example and explain how LMS can help teachers store teaching materials at one place and share them with students easily to save their administration time so that they can focus more on engaging with students and improving the quality of teaching
  12. 12. Implementing LMS Best steps for implementation 1. Assess current management of teaching/learning processes 2. Identify steps that can be integrated into a LMS 3. Choose LMS Model to keep in mind – Technology Acceptance Model − User's perception of systems − Usefulness and ease of use 1. Introduce LMS
  13. 13. Local Practices  Khujand Polytechnic Institute of Technical University of Tajikistan − www.fosila.tj  Tajik State University of Commerce − moodle.tguk.tj (based on MOODLE - LMS)  Technological University of Tajikistan − cdo.tut.tj (based on ATutor - LCMS)

×