Introduction of the service
Is your current training technology holding you back? If you’re still trying to track your company’s learning and development programs with Excel or you’re using a dated LMS, you’re not getting all you can out of your efforts…..
LMS gives you the flexibility to create and deliver courses in way that suits your needs while also automating much of the time consuming administration.
It helps you with:
- Deliver access to learning from virtually anywhere
- Connect communities and promote collaboration in and beyond the classroom
- Deliver targeted information to motivate and keep learners on track
- Centrally store, share, and collaborate around content more quickly and easily
A learning management system is a powerful resource for employers focused on training and professional development, whether it’s for staffing agencies or extension schools or corporations. This powerful software combines database management with the digital framework for managing curricula, training materials and evaluation tools.
Features of Learning Management System
- A digital roll call sheet for tracking attendance and for sending invitations to class participants
- Registration Control: The ability to monitor and customize the registration processes of elearning curriculum.
- Document Management: Upload and management of documents containing curricular content.
- Multiple device access
- Distributed instructor and student base
- Course calendars
- Student Engagement
- Assessment and testing
- Grading and Scoring
Learning because you use it to deliver education courses or training programs
Management, because it helps you organize these courses (create them, change them, assign them to students, grade them, etc).
System, last but not least, is just a fancy word that translates to "software". An LMS is a computer program.
Just like Word helps you write documents and Gmail helps you manage your emails, an LMS is a software program that helps you create, manage and deliver eLearning courses.
An LMS is the "engine" that powers eLearning, and in the most common form it consists of two separate parts:
- A server component that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, authenticating users, serving data and notifications, etc.)
- A user interface that runs inside your browser as a web (like Gmail or Facebook), that is used by administrators, instructors and students
An LMS can be used for all kinds of learning activities (that's why they put the "L" in the acronym after all). But it's also an invaluable business tool, one that has been embraced by enteprises and organizations big and small.
Here are some of the most common use cases for an LMS platform:
- Employee training
- Employee orientation
- Knowledge retention
An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses.
Is it Too abstract for you?
Well, an LMS lets you create eLearning content (lessons), organize it into courses, deliver the content (either internally to your business or to a wider internet audience), enroll students to said courses, and, finally, monitor and assess their performance (attendance, grades, etc.).
That, of course, is a high level description of the features that a modern LMS should offer ― useful as a general description, or if you're ever asked that at a quiz show.Request for Quote
- Learning activities are housed in one location and thus reduce costs while also creating greater visibility for learning opportunities.
- Learning management systems can track the courses employees take and the scores they receive, allowing management to better focus training and identify needs for certifications.
- Combine social and formal learning for an increased overall value. Learning and learning retention is accelerated through the integration of an online method of study and allows employees to go at their own pace
- Management will become more informed of the learning employees participate in and what topics need greater focus in creating more well-rounded employees.
- Improve content delivery. Instructors can more easily prepare and present quality courses that will act as positive learning opportunities for course participants.
Unfortunately, there’s no one simple cost structure when it comes to LMS pricing. Besides the fact that there are several different pricing models, your specific requirements are also a big factor in how much you’ll pay. However, it’s important to know the various pricing models so that when you get quotes, you can compare apples to apples.
Here’s a breakdown of how most LMS provider charge for their software:
- Pay per use
- Pay per learner
- License fee
- Unlimited user flat fee
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