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What is Learning Management system and what is it used for?

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As mentioned in the title of the article, we will go through two main aspects of LMS. So, do not waste your time, let’s start now:

What is LMS?

LMS stands for Learning Management System. We can explain the meaning of each word as below:

  • Learning: you use it for delivering education courses or training programs.
  • Management: it is used to meet the requirement of organizing the course in terms of creating, changing, assigning to students, grading, etc.
  • System: it just a fancy word and you can understand it as software because LMS is a computer program.

Like you use Word to write documents, use Gmail to manage your emails, LMS is also known as the program that supports you to create and manage the eLearning course. The common form of LMS will include two separate parts:

  • A server component: it will be responsible for the core functionality such as creating, managing and delivering courses and serving data and notifications.
  • User interface: This part runs inside your browser, just like Facebook or Gmail.

What are they using a Learning Management system for?

Learning Management System can be used for all kinds of learning activities but in this article, I just list some most common  use cases:

Employee training:

Training new employees and teaching existing employees about the new skill is always the necessity of any organization regardless of segmentation they belong to such as insurance companies, government organizations or a scooter factory. If in traditional methods, training will be held offline, besides the cost for room and other facilities, your employees also need to be off from work to take part in, so it will be the loss for both your business and employees. With the Learning Management system, the time for employees to learn is also more flexible, they can choose a suitable time for themselves and at their own pace.

Employee orientation:

The all-important task of onboarding a new hire can be automated and handled easily by a Learning Management system. You can give them a tour to introduce about your office but the knowledge they can learn will depend a lot on their learning methods and pace. In the document, you can add all-important detailing of their role and responsibilities, opportunities and benefits when applying for that job, privacy guidelines, and race/sexual harassment policies.

Education:

Learning Management system is suitable for general educational offerings, of course. It could be used for school selling online lessons, business educating its clients, NGOs helping educate the general population or a government agency.

Knowledge retention:

Training employees are just one side of the problem. The other one is what you can learn right from your employees. Knowledge retention programs can help you deal with this task. It will ensure valuable skills, techniques and information stay with your company even when your employees retire or leave your office. It is so suitable for Learning Management System, especially when you want the valuable knowledge that can come across departments rather than just keep them in some document. And new employees or employees who want to learn more cannot find those documents.

Overall, eLearning is here to stay, to the degree that it might be the very future of learning.

Vincent
Sales Consultant Manager

Skype: live:vincent_4281
Phone/ WhatsApp: +84 868 901 261
Email: vincent@cmsmart.net

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