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The most common use for LMS(Learning Management System) software is to deploy and track online training initiatives. Typically, assets are uploaded to the Learning Management System, which makes them easily accessible for remote learners. In some cases, the LMS may even have built-in eLearning authoring tools that allow you to develop online training materials without additional third-party software.
Learning Management Systems are analogous to a vast repository where you can store and track information. For self-hosted Learning Management Systems, users must also have the LMS software installed on their hard drive or access to the company’s server. Whatever the installation option, the thing to bear in mind is that LMS uses fall into two categories: First, online learners who use the Learning Management System to participate in online training courses; second, your eLearning team who relies on the LMS platform to disburse information and update the online training content.
These LMS platforms are hosted on the cloud. There is no need to install any software but as a downside some of these platforms cannot be customized.
LMS platforms that require software downloads. Their vendors often offer direct download from their site, or you must request physical software discs. These LMS platforms allow for greater creative control and customization. As a disadvantage, you usually have to pay for updates.
Learning Management System application is installed on the desktop. Some are accessible on multiple devices, making it easy for your whole online learning team to collaborate.
LMS accessible via mobile devices. You can upload online training content so that online learners can track online training initiatives on the go.
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