Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2009
Volume: 8
Issue: 2
Page No. 47 - 54

Experiences in Developing Learning Management System E-Guru and Content Production Acquisition, Creation of Learning Objects in Sankara School of Education and Learning

Authors : N.R. Ananthanarayanan, S.K. Srivatsa and R. VasanthKumar Mehta

Abstract: Learning Management System (LMS) is the term used to describe a server-based system that is designed to manage learning content and learner interactions. The LMS enables the learning content to be available online, allowing students to view and interact with learning materials through a web browser on essentially any computer operating system. The production of learning content for computer based training is demanding and expensive. It is therefore, a necessity of re-use e-learning material as many times as possible. Unfortunately, existing electronic courses are seldom reused, as there is usually and always a need to change some part for a new course to be held. To encourage reuse, the approach widely proposed is use small modular learning objects that can be assembled into new courses.

How to cite this article:

N.R. Ananthanarayanan, S.K. Srivatsa and R. VasanthKumar Mehta, 2009. Experiences in Developing Learning Management System E-Guru and Content Production Acquisition, Creation of Learning Objects in Sankara School of Education and Learning. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 8: 47-54.

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