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LMS vs CMS<br />Similar…but different<br />
Learning Management System<br />
Content Management System<br />
LMS vs. CMS<br />CMS<br />LMS<br />
LMS vs. CMS<br />
LMS vs. CMS<br />* Content Management Systems allow for tagging<br />
Learning-Content Management<br />Based on learning object model<br />Content reusable across courses<br />Global navigatio...
UGA Educational Psychology & Instructional Technology<br />Dr. Robert M. Branch<br />rbranch@uga.edu<br />Tonia A. Dousay<...
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LMS vs CMS: A Summary

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This very brief summary was prepared for UGA's Fanning Institute to simply the basics of a learning management system vs. a content management system and note that many learning platforms are now LCMSs.

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  1. 1. LMS vs CMS<br />Similar…but different<br />
  2. 2. Learning Management System<br />
  3. 3. Content Management System<br />
  4. 4. LMS vs. CMS<br />CMS<br />LMS<br />
  5. 5. LMS vs. CMS<br />
  6. 6. LMS vs. CMS<br />* Content Management Systems allow for tagging<br />
  7. 7. Learning-Content Management<br />Based on learning object model<br />Content reusable across courses<br />Global navigation<br />Separation of content and presentation<br />Central database repository<br />System managed workflow<br />Version controls<br />Delivery engine<br />
  8. 8. UGA Educational Psychology & Instructional Technology<br />Dr. Robert M. Branch<br />rbranch@uga.edu<br />Tonia A. Dousay<br />teedee@uga.edu<br />DaisyaneBarreto<br />daisyane@uga.edu<br />Learning Design & Technology<br />
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