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  • Slide 2: Learning Management System or LMS for short is a system used for maintaining educational needs or enhancing it. Although students are always associated with learning, LMS is not only restricted to school because different kinds of users are making use of the service. Similar to a virtual school idea you can develop your own coursework. Slide 3: Ideally the main users are students and professors managing a class, but in actuality many different industries have taken the concept and applied it to their sectors. These tend to be business workers and marketing agencies which tend to involve a lot of training, and even medical practitioners where there is little time to teach on the spot. Slide 4: These are some of the components that make up an LMS taken from mindflash.com such as managing the roster of students managing a course calendar and performance review. Slide 5: Next up are some additional features that mainly apply to LMS made specifically for corporate companies. Such as security to maintain internal information, creating content that align with the company’s goals. And lastly multilingual support for outsourcing. Slide 6: This is a list taken from elearningindustry.com Slide 7: This is an example of one of the LMS shown, these are just some of the features but there are many more according to the components list shown earlier Slide 8: Similar in fashion is Edmodo which we personally use in our class this year. Mainly for receiving assignments and case studies. Slide 9: Some advantages are that being electronic and online it gives access to the users that the companies wish to train. So repeated viewing of lectures that are not fully understood. This means that materials can be reused for training purposes. And lastly it tends to be free and gives users choice of how they wish to learn. Slide 10: Disadvantages seen are that it can be debatable on the lack of interaction in comparison to traditional teaching methods, and also some people are more comfortable with traditional classroom environments. Slide 11: Trends currently are that more professional companies are adopting LMS for their training purposes. I foresee that specific trend will continue on and that LMS will become popular especially the way technology is evolving in our era. These systems will allow schools to expand past their borders to reach people in different countries. I can foresee for a more traditional feel making virtual classrooms like hologram interaction.
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E learning management system

  1. 1. E-LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHRISTIAN HUANG
  2. 2. WHAT? • Learning Management System(LMS) is system that is used for managing curriculum, training materials and evaluation tools • Not only restricted to schools • Allows for development of electronic coursework
  3. 3. WHO? • Main users were students • Evolving to business workers • Medical practitioners • Marketing and advertising agencies
  4. 4. COMPONENTS • Rosters: A digital roll call sheet for tracking attendance and for sending invitations to class participants. • Registration Control: The ability to monitor and customize the registration processes of elearning curriculum. • Document Management: Upload and management of documents containing curricular content. • Multiple device access: Delivery of course content over web-based interfaces such as desktops, phones or tablets. • Distributed instructor and student base: Remote participation by the instructor or pupil allows courseware to feature multiple teachers or experts from across the globe. • Course calendars: Creation and publication of course schedules, deadlines and tests. • Student Engagement: Interaction between and among students, such as instant messaging, email, and discussion forums. • Assessment and testing: Creation of varied knowledge retention exercises such as short quizzes and comprehensive exams • Grading and Scoring: Advanced tracking and charting of student performance over time. • Source: mindflash.com
  5. 5. FEATURES IN CORPORATE LMS • Automatic enrollment: Logic within an LMS which registers and reminds employees for mandatory courses. • Enhanced Security: Many corporate LMS solutions have single sign in, advanced authentication and firewalls to ensure data security. • Whitelabeling: The ability to create online training content that aligns with a company’s brand • Multi Lingual Support: In a globally distributed company, many employees or partners need training in their native languages. A corporate LMS allows training in multiple languages. • Source: Mindflash
  6. 6. • Elearningindustry.com
  7. 7. MOODLE • Ranked 1st by elearningindustry.com • Calendar to keep track • Progress report tracking • Peer assessment • Convenient file system
  8. 8. EDMODO • Ranked 2nd by elearningindustry.com • For students, professors can give out files • Conduct exams with time limits and various formats • Host private groups (classrooms) • Contains teacher profiles
  9. 9. ADVANTAGES • Gives companies better and more convenient training • Useful as an additional tool for learning from school itself • Quite often free to use its basic features • Easily adaptable and repeated usage of materials • More choice for the users
  10. 10. DISADVANTAGES • Debatable lack of interaction with a teacher • Some people prefer and excel more in a classroom environment
  11. 11. TRENDS • More and more professional companies using LMS • A good trend especially into a technology era • Allows schools to extend past borders • Virtual classrooms

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