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Learning management system
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Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
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Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
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Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
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Learning management system
Learning management system
Learning management system
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  • 1. Rebus
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  • 4. - software package used to administer one or more courses to one or more learners. authenticate themselves register for courses complete course take assessments learners - LSAL, 2004 in Gallagher, 2007
  • 5. Single Point Of Access • for all the e-learning content and student records Key Enabling Technology • for ―anytime, anywhere‖ access to learning content and administration.
  • 6. Structure Security Record keeping Facilitating Reuse Registration Reporting Personalization Assessment Tracking Integration Interaction Delivery Administration
  • 7. Structure • centralized and organized learning-related functions into one system Security • protection from unauthorized access to the courses, student records and admin functions Registration • finding, selecting and assigning courses by learners and instructors
  • 8. Delivery • on-demand delivery of learning content and experiences to learners. Interaction • learner interaction with the content and communication between the ff: • learners, instructors and course administrators Assessment • managing tests and the collection, tracking, and storing of assessment data
  • 9. Tracking • tracking of learner data like progress in learning through assessment used Reporting • presentation of information by administrators about the learners, courses and other information that were tracked Record keeping • storage and maintenance of data about learners. Facilitating Reuse • searching and recombining courses for delivery in different curricula
  • 10. Personalization • designing of LMS features by learners and administrators to match personal preferences, organizational needs Integration • exchange of data with external systems to facilitate enterprise-wide tracking of learner performance Administration • centralized management all of the functions in this list
  • 11. Initial learning Transfer learning Upgrade learning Continued learning Remedial learning
  • 12. Instructor-led Learner-led - Co-located - Virtual LMS Facilitated Embedded
  • 13. Reducing cost Maximizing efficiency Leveraging existing resources • decreased training redundancy • integration of content delivery like safety issues and operating procedures • Use of existing training material and links to computer-based courseware
  • 14. Examples of learning management system (LMS)
  • 15. Content management system (CMS) and tracking content a framework for creating, publishing picture audio text video files CONTENT lessons or complete courses
  • 16. Examples of Content management system (CMS)
  • 17. - software technology that provides a multi-user environment where developers can Create Store Reuse Deliver Manage digital e-learning content from a central object repository
  • 18. CONTENT Development Management Publishing delivered via an LMS
  • 19. LMS LCMS focused on managing how individuals participate in elearning programs concerned with how content for e-learning is created
  • 20. Examples of learning content management system (CMS)
  • 21. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - framework for content distribution and managing users as well as tracking their behavior
  • 22. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - a framework for creating, publishing and tracking content
  • 23. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - an integrated solution
  • 24. System Administrator  Ensures the security of the system  Monitors the system activities Programmer  Executes the modification and configuration of the features Graphic Designer  Designs the User Interface for the effective learning process Instructional Developer  Subject-matter expert  Designs the learning delivery Courseware Developer  Produces rich media content  Ensures technology meets the instructional requirements Trainers  Support the learning needs of the teachers and learners through comprehensive training
  • 25. Admin Teacher • System Accessibility and Monitoring • Facilitates learning through richmedia resources • Account Registration • Technical Support • Reports the eLearning performance • Engages students for collaborative learning Student • High engagement in discovery learning • Develops critical and analytical thinking • Shows selfcompetence Parents Monitor students performance Support learning at home
  • 26. • System access and security Accessibility to any platform The system which includes data and accounts are free from viruses and hackers • System performance No system shutdown Ready to cope with machine failure Speed and accuracy of the information loaded • Registration and enrollment functions and workflow e-Learning policies and process
  • 27. • Permissions and roles User accounts with duties and responsibilities Restriction, authorization, and delegation of the activity • Notifications and annotations Notify users on the actions taken in the system Ability to annotate and communicate actions taken, approvals, and errors • Prerequisite handling Supported technologies
  • 28. • Content importing and configuration Easy, powerful, and intuitive for importing and configuring the content • Course catalog database Organized courses (Subject-Course relationship) Caters a wide range of subject area • Standards and language support Supports multi-language function for foreign students
  • 29. • Learning object management Supports blending learning with a standalone instructions • Media and content support Support multimedia content for interactive learning Third party apps such as web tools are highly- supported
  • 30. • Assessment authoring and delivery Provides a variety of assessment item types such as multiple choice, fill-in the blank, matching, and essay with answer keys to facilitate feedback. • Mentoring, coaching, and other developmental scenarios Supports face-to-face activities that develop social relations • Collaboration and communication options Asynchronous learning – email, PM, blogs, forums, file-sharing Synchronous learning – video conferencing, interactive board
  • 31. • Learner tracking Shows student’s current standing on the enrolled course to analyze the learning constraints • Reports Show statistics of comprehensive report of the students’ and teachers’ performance in the entire e-learning course.
  • 32. Examples of Authoring Tools iSpring
  • 33. 1. Conduct a Needs Assessment Teacher, Student, Parents, and the entire Academe 2. Come up with your learning objectives and learning delivery 3. Consult and collaborate with technology experts and subject-matter experts
  • 34. 4. Have a shortlist of the preferred LMSs 5. Assess the LMS features and focus on the highest-priority features 6. Evaluate the pros and cons with the team 7. Decision-making
  • 35. Support immersive technologies
  • 36. Support immersive technologies
  • 37. Support informal collaborative learning (Mayer, 2005)
  • 38. MOOC support
  • 39. Adding authoring capabilities
  • 40. Multimedia LMS
  • 41. Video conferencing integration
  • 42. Game-based learning
  • 43. Developmental Learning
  • 44. Search-based learning
  • 45. Integration with digital libraries and resources
  • 46. Mobile learning
  • 47. Features Features Cloud-based computing system A Year Subscription Mobile learning Social network All-in-one card system GPS monitoring
  • 48. Advantages • Digital learning • A high engagement learning between teachers, students, and school administrators. • Comprehensive reports of students’ performance Disadvantages • Expensive • Over-the-phone technical support • So many tools might not be well-utilized
  • 49. Features Open-source platform Freeware Enable customization and configuration Self-hosting domain Plugins support digital learning
  • 50. Advantages • The entire course can be backed up. • Flexible according to the instructional needs • Plugins highly support richmultimedia contents including SCORM Disadvantages • Highly-technical • Requires a training support • Codes are highly sensitive • If the system is not properly configured, it might be vulnerable to malwares.
  • 51. Features Web-based Free (only for basic features) Customization in the user interface Lessons and assignments are media supported. Comprehensive student’s performance
  • 52. Advantages • Easy to handle online class • Assignment comes with various types including answer keys • Lessons are organized with sub-topics • Parents can access their child’s lessons and class standing • Monitoring of students’ performance is also available Disadvantages • Limited file size • Authoring tools such as SCORM is not supported • No configuration in the computation of grades
  • 53. Features  Web-based software  Free  SMS Notification  Upload files with Google Docs  Social learning environment  Supports personal learning environment  Educational apps ideal for constructing instructional lessons  Online Planner
  • 54. Advantages • Learning with the same group of expertise • Badges and apps give motivation to students • A social learning atmosphere brings students to a free-from-pressure learning environment. • Teacher are always on tasks through the online planner Disadvantages • The course can’t be flexible according to the instructional needs.
  • 55. Using your group topic, create an online class using the ff. platform below. Group 1-3 Edmodo Group 4 and 6 Edu 2.0
  • 56. Sources http://www.educatorly.com/Best-Practice/the-differences-betweencms-lms-and-lcms.html https://www.opensesame.com/blog/lms-vs-lcms-vs-cmschangingone-letter-makes-big-difference http://elearnmag.acm.org/featured.cfm?aid=566792

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