What is a Learning Management System (LMS)

A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application or web-based technology used to plan, deliver, manage, and assess learning processes. It provides an infrastructure that instructors can use to deliver material to learners, assess learning success and manage records. LMSs are used in various environments, including educational institutions for e-learning programs and business organisations for training purposes. An LMS typically provides features such as course management, skill gap analysis, tracking of learner progress, and provision of reports. It enables anywhere, anytime access to learning content and administration.

An example of a LMS on WordPress is LearnDash. LearnDash is one of the most popular LMS plugins for WordPress, LearnDash is used by many Fortune 500 companies and major educational institutions. It offers extensive features, including course builders, quizzes, lesson timers, and flexible prerequisites.


Some Other Definitions

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