E-learning is the use of electronic educational technology in learning and teaching. E-learning refers to the use of modern tools, such as computers, digital technology, electronic media, networked digital devices and associated software and course-ware with learning scenarios, worksheets and interactive exercises that facilitate learning.
We are ready to find and deploy a suitable software solution for realizing your specific e-learning model, and to professionally design its corresponding website.
A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic educational technology (also called e-learning) education courses or training programs.
LMSs range from systems for managing training and educational records to software for distributing online or blended/hybrid college courses over the Internet with features for online collaboration. Colleges and universities use LMSs to deliver online courses and augment on-campus courses. Corporate training departments use LMSs to deliver online training, as well as to automate record-keeping and employee registration.
We are ready to build your desired e-learning (LMS) website with the following features and functionalities:
Lessons, Courses, and Learning Paths, Students, Teachers, System Administrator
Manage Lessons: Filter lessons, Add a lesson, Edit a lesson, Delete a lesson, Manage questions in a lesson, Lesson Categories, Lesson Templates, Lesson Feedback, Manage Course: Add a new course, Edit existing course, Delete existing course, Manage lessons in a course, Course Categories, Certificates, Manage Learning Paths: Add a new learning path, Edit a learning path, Delete a learning path, Publish a learning path, User Profiles, Media upload, Student Registration and Administration, Teachers who are responsible for organizing, managing and administrating courses, Assistants, System Administrator.
Basic Test Types (Quiz, Exam)
Basic Test Types (Quiz, Exam)
Presentations in a lesson and questions in a specific presentation.
Surveys being hosted in a lesson and questions in that particular survey.
SCORM (1.1, 1.2, 2004) Tests
Questions of a lesson in a specific SCORM category.
Basic Question Types
Basic Question Types: Multiple Choice: The user must select an answer from the list of provided responses. Fill in Blank: The user must manually type in their answer. Multiple Response: The user has the option to select more than one answer if applicable to the question. Yes/No: A Binary question where the user must select yes or no in response to the question presented. Drop-down List: The user must select their answer from a drop down list of possible answers. Short Answer.
Advanced Question Types
Advanced Question Types: Matching: The user must match the questions in column A with the correct answer in column B. Fill in Multiple Blanks: The user must manually type in each answer. Essay: The user can type a long response to the presented question. These types of questions will be marked manually by a teacher or assistant. Alternatively, the user can upload a document in response. Numeric: This is a mathematical type question where the user must type in the correct answer.
Professional Question Types
True/False: A Binary question where the user must select if the provided statement is true or not. Right/Wrong: A Binary question where the user must select if the provided statement is right or wrong. Agree/Disagree: A Binary question where the user must select if they agree with the statement presented or not. Presentation (For presentation of info with no actual question): Using this type of question, you can present info to the users without the system expecting any response from the user. SCORM: Installed Scorm module of questions. Grid: This type of question allows you to present a table with questions on the left, with answers above in columns. You can set this to be single response per question or multi response per question. Selector: This question type allows you to create any number of questions with a select list for the answers to choose from. Jumbled Sentence: The user must organize the presented questions into a sentence in the correct order.
Certification Path Reports
Certification Path Reports: Certification Path Users, Certification Path Lessons, Certification Path Courses
Time Spent Reports
Time Spent Reports: Students Enrolled, Started Lesson, Completed Lesson, Completed Course, Received Certificate, Completed Exam, Registered Users, Most Active Users
Certification Path reports, Lesson Reports
Lesson Reports: Users, Users Completed Exams
Course Reports: Users, Course Instances
Exam Reports: Question Analysis, Analysis, Users
System Reports: Traffic, User Types
Certificate Reports: Users that got Certification for the Certification Path, Users that got Certification for the Course, Users that got a Certificate for any Certification Path, Certificates that will expire, Search for Certificates using its key
Disk Usage Report