Learning Management

If e-Learning Management is already used in your institution, but not delivered and managed through an LMS, you can enjoy the benefits of automation and centralization functions specific to enterprise systems by using an LMS System.

The benefits of LMSs are stated as follows:

Reducing costs by reducing unnecessary training, reducing operational errors and wasted time

Maximizing efficiency by reducing the costs of distributing and controlling content

Using available resources, including established policies and procedures; using existing training material and links to “off-the-shelf” commercial computer-based course software (Szabo & Flesher, 2002)

If LMS is used in your organization to enable the transition from instructor-led classrooms to e-Learning Management,

The following benefits can be expected from this transition delivered and managed by LMS:

Time and Space Independent Access

Content can be presented to a student at any time and anywhere in the world (where there is a networked computer).

Language Flexibility

E-Learning can be designed to support multiple languages.

Distribution Scale

Thousands of students can attend a single  course at the same time.

affordability

The “Rule of Thirds” (Fletcher & Foster, 2002): Learning Management  can reduce costs and time to achieve instructional goals by a third, or increase achievement by a third (keeping time constant).

No teacher is needed.

Classroom is not needed.

There is no need to create and send printed material.

Flexibility to update, adapt and configure  software

Content can be instantly updated and deployed in an LMS.

Policies can be created to control access to content. LMS administrators can control who sees what using permission settings.

Different content may be offered for different students, depending on the characteristics in the user profile (for example, job roles).

Educational standards and uniformity

E-Learning can apply standards and uniformity in education. It ensures that everyone receives the same information in the same way. There is no difference due to differences in instructor styles, knowledge or preferences.

E-Learning can be designed so that information can be updated in multiple content objects from a single source. In other words, course authors can change information in a content object or database, and this change is done automatically across multiple objects.

personalized Learning Management

Content can be presented dynamically to the student’s preferences and Learning Management needs (for example, using SCORM sequencing). Assessments can assess a student’s level of knowledge and learning progress and change the learning experience in ways that are neither too difficult nor easy. Pretests can allow students to skip sections of content they already know.

E-Learning makes students better learners. It can allow students to choose the Learning Management activities that best suit their background, interests, and careers at the time, rather than being forced to take on information chosen by others. Research shows that  provides more active student participation than face-to-face education (Beam & Cameron, 1998)

Quantification and consideration

The evaluation process can be highly automated. Assessments can be presented, scored, recorded and analyzed without human intervention.

Reports and data analytics can be generated in real time to show weaknesses in the performance of students and educational materials.

Learning Management success

“Rule of Thirds” (see above): (… can increase success by a third (keeping time constant))

Learning Management time

The “Rule of Thirds” (see above): (… reducing time by one-third or increasing achievement (keeping the time constant…) to achieve teaching objectives…)

collaborative  environment

Physically segregated students and experts can be connected to form an online collaborative  community.

E-Learning can be designed to allow students to ask questions that they dare not ask in the classroom in face-to-face education due to the speed and direction of the teacher.

Allows students to safely express their personal ideas without fear of being judged and to more easily share ideas with each other through online forums.

Unlimited use of  materials

E-Learning provides unlimited access and use of electronic  materials. Information is available to students from anywhere, 24 hours a day. Students can repeatedly review current or past knowledge/information stored in courses or content repositories they have taken.

Ensuring the implementation of the education policy

Provides a supporting function in US military training for emerging training models such as the Human Dimension, “Living Doctrine”, e-Publishing and Mobile Learning Management.

 

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