Complete Student Life Cycle Management from Registration to Certification covered modularly in
- Content Management
- Assessment & Evaluation
- Communication Tools
Registration is one of the primary modules in any Learning management system. A Student life cycle management starts with registering student with the system
Content module allows a quick development of content using the LMS itself. This is complementary to the external E-Learning modules that are uploaded on the LMS system. It works well when a content has to be developed quickly and there is not much time for getting an external E-Learning made. The best approach to creating eLearning content for LMS delivery, is to have a well-defined process that considers what you need to provide as the learning administrator, how you can create positive learning experience for members, and what are the desired outcomes for both administrators and learners. Across all of these, you need to be conscious of what functionality the LMS can provide to support each step of the process.
Delivering content through our LMS gives you the opportunity to create a positive impact on the learner experience. When creating content for LMS delivery there are several ways to keep your learners engaged, as you can create and deliver several different types of content. Assessments can take many forms in the LMS, such as pre-and post-learning surveys, short quizzes, or detailed examinations Question types can include multiple choice, true and false, list selection and others. Feedback can be provided to learners either after manual correction by an instructor, or in real-time on completion of an assessment by displaying the results of an auto-correction on screen. It is just as important to consider the most appropriate forms of assessment and feedback for your learners, as it is to select the right media when creating eLearning content.
Create and manage highly functional tests based on blooms taxonomy
- Interactive Interface
- Advanced Reporting & Analytics
- Notification Management
- Safe Exam Browser
we describe a rubric we have developed to evaluate a Learning Management System. A set of criteria have been identified and classified. We have chosen the criteria as per requirements from faculty members and corporates we have interacted with, and based on an analysis. The criteria chosen have a direct or indirect impact on the students’ learning experience, hence certain aspects like “Cost” have not been considered as the cost of an LMS does not have any impact on the students’ learning.
Developing online surveys, Polls is fairly simple, especially if you have a capable LMS. The trick is to ask the right questions in your survey, to get honest and unbiased feedback. Use these evaluation questions in your course surveys to obtain the preferences and suggestions of your learners. LMS allows survey questions to be best fit to the evaluation methodology
With unique learning and design features, our learning management systems can be implemented for a range of students at every grade level. Our learning management systems contain a standard set of tools that are used to facilitate learning and discussion in an online environment. Some tools, such as a threaded discussion forum, are used to foster communication and collaborative learning. Other tools, such as assessments are used to increase teacher productivity and track student performance while ensuring that the course is meeting curricular objectives.