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  2. 2. E-LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM  A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic educational technology (also called e-learning) courses or training programs.  LMSs also act to augment the lessons the teacher is giving in a brick and mortar environment, not just replace them.
  3. 3. PURPOSE  The key to understanding the difference between LMS and other computer education terms is to understand the systemic nature of LMS. LMS is the framework that handles all aspects of the learning process.  Most LMSs are web-based to facilitate access to learning content and administration. They are also used by educational institutions to enhance and support classroom teaching and offering courses to a larger population of learners.
  4. 4. COMPONENTS  Course Management, e.g. lists of courses, registration, credit information and syllabus, pre-requisites  Teaching Materials, i.e. courseware  Self-assessment quizzes  Lessons tools: Authoring for contents (structured XML or HTML) and quizzing/testing (e.g. Java Script generators) or alternatively ability to import standard IMS or SCORMpackages developed with an external tool (e.g. Dreamweaver).  Asynchronous Communication: email, forums  Synchronous Communication: chat, whiteboard, teleconferencing,  Student tools: Home page, self tests, bookmarks, progress tracking
  5. 5. COMPONENTS  Student Management Tools: progress tracking, on-line grading (assessment), ....  Learner feedback: course evaluation surveys, test evaluation surveys etc.  Usually LMS are closed circuit platforms (logins, restricted access to classes), so the idea of sharing contents and reusing products generated during classes does not exist in the world of "LMSs" (main- stream e-learning).
  6. 6. LMS FUNCTIONALITY  Course Content Delivery  Student Registration and Administration  Training Event Management (i.e., scheduling, tracking)  Curriculum and Certification Management  Skills and Competencies Management  Skill Gap Analysis  Individual Development Plan (IDP)  Assessing and resulting  Reporting
  7. 7. LMS FUNCTIONALITY  Training Record Management  Courseware Authoring  Resource Management  Virtual Organizations  Performance Management System Integration
  8. 8. BENEFITS OF USING LMS  Benefit #1: Centralized Learning  Benefit #2: Tracking and Reporting Features  Benefit #3: Evaluation Capabilities  Benefit #4: Easy Upgrades  Benefit #5: Simplified Learning Process
  10. 10. DISADVANTAGES OF LMS  online learning should be seen as a complement and extension of classical forms of learning. Not even the best online course can fully replace the personal contact with a teacher, or the human relationships that develop in a group. So, traditional classes shouldn’t be replaced with online learning.