Learning Management System (LMS)

A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation and delivery of educational courses, training programs, or learning and development programs.

An LMS delivers and manages all types of content, including video, courses, and documents. In the education and higher education markets, an LMS will include a variety of functionality that is similar to corporate but will have features such as rubrics, teacher and instructor facilitated learning, a discussion board, and often the use of a syllabus. A syllabus is rarely a feature in the corporate LMS, although courses may start with heading-level index to give learners an overview of topics covered.

The best way to imagine a learning management system is to think of it as a vast website, that only those people with a log-in will be able to access. Within this ‘gated’ website you can provide interaction with your students in two modes: online or blended. Online learning is similar to distance education provided by organisations where students are based off campus and interact with tutors and other learners asynchronously. Blended learning is where teachers and students meet physically, but the LMS is used to support learning by providing a space where materials can be stored and organised, assessments can be given, and students and teachers can interact using blogs, forums, and so on.

A learning management system makes learning flexible, and you can deliver learning via computer, tablet and smartphone – the latter two channels are becoming increasingly popular as many organisations encourage mobile learning or ‘learning on the move.’

As the primary role of a learning management system is to deliver learning to students, typically, there will be three different types of log-in (there could be more, depending on your solution). These would usually be an admin log-in, a teacher log-in, and a student log-in.

The admin log-in will be for administrators; when logged in, it will present the user with the tools to be able to add content and users, remove content and users, and allow users access to certain areas of the learning management system so that they can change settings.

The teacher log-in will allow teachers to assign work, receive completed work and results from students, and also create courses (see below). The student log-in will present the user with information regarding courses, outstanding work and links to resources. It will usually provide a way of contacting the teacher or course leader if they have any questions. Work can be submitted from the student log-in – which will then be picked up by the teacher or course leader from the admin log-in.This section tels you how an LMS works

Learning management systems (LMS) assist academic entities in creating, adopting, administering, distributing, and managing all the activities that are associated with online education. When implemented, this technology can make the classroom experience more powerful, simpler, more personalized, and interactive. THeir need have become critical in improving quality of education because:

  • An LMS is a piece of technology that is easy to implement in schools and institutions. It stitches together all academic programs, subject study guides, and training modules. All your eLearning materials are stored in one central location instead of being saved across different hard drives and devices. It minimizes the risk of data loss and makes content handling easier.
  • After content is added to an LMS, the learners have unlimited access to the data. Students can easily access the content on any device with internet. Classroom schedules are not bound by the usual school time; even after school, extra classes can be scheduled quite easily, making it convenient for both the teachers and students.
  • A cloud LMS will help keep track of student progress and ensure that they are headed in the right direction. An LMS can make necessary improvements to the eLearning content by accessing a learner’s report, it can even make a tailored learning path for an individual student based on their performance.
  • Using an LMS eliminates the cost of printing study materials, buying books, using online video conferencing tools, like Zoom, as well as other online training site rentals. An LMS helps with the complete management of teaching schedules and materials, thus saving time and money.
  • An LMS allows you to add newly updated modules to an eLearning course. The learning materials can also be combined with personalized learning paths (a learning path is a sequence of steps a student needs to take to pass the course), making it possible for a teacher to control the content feed for individual students based on their performance.
  • With the advancement of AI, Big Data, and Augmented Reality, the LMS is getting better and better. Our perception of reality is changing every day as we move toward the future.
  • Rather than wait for school hours to ask questions, AI-based eLearning technology allows students to clarify areas of confusion while they are learning. By acting as a virtual tutor, AI can answer some predefined questions and help students save learning time due to confusion. This method is most effective for students who feel shy to ask questions.

Learning Management Systems (LMS) offer a variety of features which can customized in accordance with the user requirement. Major features include:

  • Managing courses, users and roles
  • Automated online assessment
  • User feedback and engagement
  • Synchronous and asynchronous learning
  • Collaborative learning tools
  • Personalized learning paths
  • Learning analytics
  • Gamification tools
  • Multi platform accessibility

LMS require integration to third party applications in order to generate maximum utility in learning and education. Major integrations include:

Live Conferencing/Webinar Tools: To conduct synchronous learning, LMS will need to be integrated to tools like Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc

Video Streaming: To offer recorded lectures for self-paced learning, LMS will need to have be integrated to videos streaming platform like Youtube, Vimeo (both of which are public forums) or proprietary streaming system deliver content.

Content Security: Secure content deliver requires encyption mechanism which can be integrated with the LMS to offer content that becomes difficult for users to pirate. br>

School Information System (SIS): In some cases, LMS needs to be integrated to the SIS to centralize the coordination of learning and administrative functions for the organization.

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