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Learning management system

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  4. 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. 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. 6. Structure Security Record keeping Facilitating Reuse Registration Reporting Personalization Assessment Tracking Integration Interaction Delivery Administration
  7. 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. 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. 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. 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. 11. Initial learning Transfer learning Upgrade learning Continued learning Remedial learning
  12. 12. Instructor-led Learner-led - Co-located - Virtual LMS Facilitated Embedded
  13. 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. 14. Examples of learning management system (LMS)
  15. 15. Content management system (CMS) and tracking content a framework for creating, publishing picture audio text video files CONTENT lessons or complete courses
  16. 16. Examples of Content management system (CMS)
  17. 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. 18. CONTENT Development Management Publishing delivered via an LMS
  19. 19. LMS LCMS focused on managing how individuals participate in elearning programs concerned with how content for e-learning is created
  20. 20. Examples of learning content management system (CMS)
  21. 21. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - framework for content distribution and managing users as well as tracking their behavior
  22. 22. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - a framework for creating, publishing and tracking content
  23. 23. Differences of lms, cms and lcms - an integrated solution
  24. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 32. Examples of Authoring Tools iSpring
  33. 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. 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. 35. Support immersive technologies
  36. 36. Support immersive technologies
  37. 37. Support informal collaborative learning (Mayer, 2005)
  38. 38. MOOC support
  39. 39. Adding authoring capabilities
  40. 40. Multimedia LMS
  41. 41. Video conferencing integration
  42. 42. Game-based learning
  43. 43. Developmental Learning
  44. 44. Search-based learning
  45. 45. Integration with digital libraries and resources
  46. 46. Mobile learning
  47. 47. Features Features Cloud-based computing system A Year Subscription Mobile learning Social network All-in-one card system GPS monitoring
  48. 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. 49. Features Open-source platform Freeware Enable customization and configuration Self-hosting domain Plugins support digital learning
  50. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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