What is a Learning Management System (LMS) ?

A Learning Management System (or LMS) is a software that enables the management and delivery of learning content and resources to students. It is used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. Most LMS systems are web-based to facilitate

“anytime, anywhere” access to learning content and administration. These often include modules for online class discussions, grade books, assignment tracking, class calendars, and tools to make it easy to upload documents and link to electronic course reserves.

LMS is the framework that handles all aspects of the learning process. An LMS is the infrastructure that delivers and manages instructional content, identifies and assesses individual and organizational learning or training goals, tracks the progress towards meeting those goals, and collects and presents data for supervising the learning process of organization as a whole.

What is a LMS?



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