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Title: Learning Management System:


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  • Learning Management System
  • Teaching and Learning in an Online Environment
  • Prof. Preeti Mahajan
  • Rupak Chakravarty
  • Dept. of Library Inf. Science
  • Panjab University, Chandigarh

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Learning Management System
  • A Learning Management System (LMS) is a set of
    software tools designed to manage user learning
    interventions including online, virtual
    classroom, and instructor-led courses.
  • web-based and facilitate "anytime, any place, any
    pace" access to learning content and
    administration.

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Learning Management System
Learning Management System
  • commercially developed and restrict access to
    their source code, free and open-source models do
    exist.
  • Commercial systems (Blackboard, WebCT, eCollege,
    and Desire2Learn)
  • Open source (Moodle, Sakai, Segue, and
    Coursework).

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Learning Management System
Learning Management System
  • can be used to totally or partially replace
    face-to-face teaching.
  • The focus of an LMS is to manage learners,
    keeping track of their progress and performance
    across all types of training activities.

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Learning Management System
Learning Management System
  • The virtual learning environment used by
    universities and colleges allow instructors to
    manage their courses and exchange information
    with students.

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Learning Management System
Learning Management System
  • Learner self-service (self-registration on
    instructor-led training)
  • training workflow (user notification, manager
    approval, waitlist management)
  • provision of on-line learning (Computer-Based
    Training, read understand)

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Learning Management System
Learning Management System
  • On-line assessment, management of continuous
    professional education (CPE)
  • collaborative learning (application sharing,
    discussion threads)
  • training resource management (instructors,
    facilities, equipment)

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Learning Management System
  • Identifies people who need a particular course
    and tells them how it fits into their academic
    career, when its available, how its available
    (classroom, online, CD-ROM), etc.
  • Once the learners complete a course, the LMS can
    administer tests based on proficiency
    requirements, report the test results, and
    recommend next steps.

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Learning Management System
  • These are instrumental in assuring that
    organizations meet rigid certification
    requirements, can simplify global certification
    efforts, enable entities to align learning
    initiatives with strategic goals, and provide a
    viable means of enterprise-level skills
    management.

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Learning Management System
  • Helps educators create effective online learning
    communities and create online courses with
    opportunities for rich interaction.
  • Modular in construction and can readily be
    extended by creating plugins for specific new
    functionality.

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Learning Management System
  • Promotes collaboration, critical reflection, etc,
    and is suitable for 100 online classes as well
    as to supplement face-to-face learning.
  • Simple, efficient, compatible, low-tech browser
    interface and is easy to install.

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MOODLE
  • In Moodle a teacher has full control over all
    settings for a course, choice of course formats
    such as by week, by topic or a discussion-focussed
    social format, course themes, facilitates
    forums, quizzes, glossaries, resources, surveys,
    assignments, chats, workshops.
  • 400,000 registered users, speaking over 75
    languages in 193 countries.

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Claroline
  • Allows teacher to write a course description,
    publish documents in any format, administer
    public and private forums, develop learning
    paths, create groups of students, prepare online
    exercises, publish announcements
  • Translated into 35 languages.

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OLAT - The Open Source LMS
  • Multilingual online translation tool having
    flexible course system.
  • Offers wikis, single pages with integrated
    WYSIWYG HTML editor, forums and "file dialog"
    element to discuss papers, questionnaire for
    course evaluations, etc.

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EFront
EFront
  • Offers a wide range of features from content
    creation, test builder, project management,
    extended statistics, internal messaging system,
    forum, chat, surveys User management
  • Lessons, Courses and Categories management, Files
    management, Exam builders, Assignments builders,
    Communication tools (Forum, Chat, Calendar,
    Glossary), Progress tracking, Authentication
    methods, Enrollment methods, Certifications,
    Reports generators, Modules management, Payment
    integration and more.

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Fle3 gt Future Learning Environment
  • Supports learner and group centered work that
    concentrates on creating and developing
    expressions of knowledge.
  • Easy to localize to different languages.
  • Fle3 WebTops can be used by teachers and students
    to store different items, organize them to
    folders and share them with others.

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KEWL.nextgen
  • Two main versions of KEWL- KEWL.NextGen and KEWL
    3.0.
  • Features includes Communication ( Forums, Blog,
    Podcast, etc), Content ( Content management,
    Instructional Design, file uploads, timelines,
    Google Maps, RSS feeds, Wiki), Assessment
    (Quizzes, podcasts, blogs, essays, etc,) and
    Other features ( a full online survey capability,
    muti-language support, GUI management tools,
    Flexible configuration options at the level of
    site and course).
  • Supports full range of educational options from
    simple delivery and summative assessment through
    approaches such as problem-based learning.

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Brihaspati
  • Platform independent, highly scalable content
    delivery tool for webbased elearning system.
  • It supports multiple GUI languages including
    English, Hindi, French, Urdu, Bangla and Marathi.
  • Can be used to deploy elearning content for
    off-campus self as well as mentored learning.

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Brihaspati
Brihaspati
  • Enables instructors to enhance on-campus learning
    by sharing course materials, having class
    discussions, and making assessments on the web.
  • Can upload/publish content material in any format
    directly to the course.
  • Can manage students details in his own course,
    including addition, deletion and modifications.

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Brihaspati
Brihaspati
  • They can also take backup of the course material
    and can create module wise question bank of
    various types (true/false, short type and
    multiple type).
  • Online tests can also be conducted by the
    instructor. The users can communicate online
    through chat and whiteboard.

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Learning Management System
What has to be done
  • Learning management systems, particularly
    open-source ones, have a crucial role in bridging
    the digital divide.
  • To maximize their benefits, the higher education
    institutions in other countries must integrate
    them with their web sites, portals, library
    catalogs, learning repositories, instant
    messaging, etc.

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Learning Management System
What has to be done
  • Universities and other institutions of higher
    learning in India can adopt the open source LMS
    which are considered to meet the qualities of the
    commercial ones including Blackboard, WebCT, etc.

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Learning Management System
What has to be done?
  • The Universities in India can hence, effectively
    materialize the model of coordination-based LMS
    which would contribute to their excellence.
  • However, it must not occur at the cost of
    detaching universities from their organizational
    goals.

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