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E-Learning Management Systems

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Learning Management Systems About us Learning Management Systems are used to facilitate organization and company’s learning and training online by providing the necessary framework and infrastructure. The LMS manages the entire process of training from instruction to learning assessment to application and follow-up learning. It can aid in developing, delivering, tracking and reporting on training and learning. The actual content delivered, however, is up to you.

• E-learning – The use of the Internet and related technologies for the development, distribution and enhancement of learning resources • Provides students and professional with skills for career advancement, enabling busy people to learn new technologies • Streaming audio and video • Redundant storage space • High-bandwidth required to broadcast courses over the Web • Computer-based-training (CBT) – Interactive educational software presented on floppy disks and CDs – Allows students to take a self-paced course in any number of subjects – Since no downloading is necessary, bandwidth is not a concern with CBT courses • Cross-platform – Products are accessible by many different operating systems

Asynchronous courses – Can be taken any time, are self-paced and will not have the benefit of a live instructor – Courses must minimize student confusion by providing a basic interface and clear, concise content Students should have the ability to communicate with each other using chat programs and message boards Storage space is a major concern for elearning vendors – Each course requires a database of information that can be downloaded by the students – Audio and video require additional server space Synchronous courses – Occurring in real time – Audio and video with live instructors will require even more resources to ensure that systems function properly when the courses are delivered Learning Management Systems (LMS) – A database which can be accessed by employees and students, providing course outlines, explanations, pre-requisite information and courses

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Features of an LMS Certification and display employee scores and transcripts Assessments that can handle the student's pre/post testing

Messaging and notifications by learners Managing users, courses, roles, instructors, and generating reports

Advantages of e-Learning •Diminishes problems related to in-classroom teaching of audiences •Learning times reduced, an average of 40 to 60 percent, •Increased retention and application to the job averages an increase of 25 percent over traditional methods, •Expert knowledge is communicated, but more importantly captured, with good e-learning and knowledge management systems. •Access by learners to teachers and resources, worldwide •Aiding equal opportunities •Immediate access to information •Self-pacing

it's cost effective and saves time Learning 24/7, anywhere What are the benefits

It makes tracking of course progress a breeze It's discreet But a computer can't do everything can it!

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