LMS (Learning Management System)
What is LMS?
Modern training needs to be easy and accessible. An lms allows you to create, manage, distribute and track training anywhere on any device.
- Automatic enrolment – LMS which registers and reminds employees for mandatory courses and the deadlines to complete them.
- User privileges – the type of system access to instructor, student and administrator can be defined.
- Registration control – The ability to monitor and customize the registration processes of e-learning curriculum.
- 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 allow courseware to feature multiple teachers or experts from across the globe.
- Document management – Upload and management of documents containing curricular content.
- Course calendar – Creation and publication of course schedules, deadlines and tests.
- Student engagement – Interaction between and among students and instructors, 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.