What Is Lms

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Software application
LMS (learning management system) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning programs, and training content. Most LMS systems are web-based to facilitate "anytime, anywhere" access to learning content and administration.

Convenient tools for student
LMS usually is allowed student to tracking e-learning course and content, registration, group discussion, get the latest notice from lecturer and may allow for the management of instructor-led training classes. Example, student can simply log in to LMS check the group to see whether there have any new notice or new note to download or not.

Interact tools LMS may also provide student with the ability to interact with each other by video conferencing, threaded discussion, and discussion forum. Example, lecturer can make a tutorial class in LMS with the convenient of video conferencing so that student will need not to step out from their house but just access to LMS and attend the tutorial class.

Publish courses LMS also let the management to publish course and place them in an online catelog or assign courses to learner. Learner can log in to LMS by using a browser and launch the course.It provides online reports for each course and learner.

Performance management systems LMS is not only make for student but also suitable for an organization. LMS provider include "performance management systems" which include employee appraisal, competency management , succession planning, and multi-rater assessments example like 360 degree review. Some of the commercial market also include the recruitment and reward function.

LMS normally are web-based Most of the LMS normally are web-based, built using a variety of development platforms from Java EE based architectures to…...

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