Learning Management Systems
Learning Management Systems have become more sophisticated, moving from locally installed to cloud-based systems, with organisations increasingly applying them to execute many forms of training. When deciding on an LMS for your organisation, a minimum requirement you should look for is to ensure it has the functionality and support you need to meet your objectives and those of your learners.
There are two distinct types of eLearning: Asynchronous and Synchronous
The meaning of Asynchronous is "not occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase"
The meaning of synchronous is "occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase"
Asynchronous eLearning is learner directed and self-paced learning. It is a start-and-stop kind of learning. Many learners prefer this type of eLearning over synchronous elearning because they can take the online courses at any time and therefore not effect their daily commitments. Course content is accessible 24/7!
Synchronous eLearning is real-time learning. The teacher and the learner are online and interact at the same time but from different locations. The participants can share their ideas during the session, interact with each other and they get detailed queries and solutions answered in real time. Synchronous eLearning is gaining popularity because of improved technology and Internet bandwidth capabilities, but it can be restrictive as there are set times to view the learning content.
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