Understanding the Learning Management System (LMS)

E-University Learning Management System (LMS)

If you are not familiar with how useful a learning management system (LMS) can be to employers then you may not know of all of the ways to use one either. These LMS systems are responsible for creating those e-learning courses, training programs and hosting online events with we have all came into contact with for the most part. There are a few characteristics that a LMS system should posses such as being able to have content customized, be pretty self guided for the user, and be able to produce the objective quickly, and that is just to name a few.

There is a difference between a learning management system and a learning content management system. The main difference between a learning management system and a learning content management system (LCMS) is the fact with the LCMS allows multiple users to create their information, store it and even reuse it. While the learning management system can provide a great training course the LCMS can actually save that information in a catalog so that user’s progress can be tracked for example.

Also when it comes to the graphics and content creation between the two systems, the LMS is a little behind as it does not allow you to create your own material. Except for basic e-learning courses, training programs and other related programs this feature shouldn’t really make too much of a difference. Next time you take an online learning course or fill out at online application you will be using a learning management system and even though they seem simple to you, they can take quite a bit of preparation on the developers end. However, if you know how to develop these LMS systems then you could have an opportunity for some really great career or freelance opportunities.


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