A Learning Management System, or LMS, is a system put in place to support the delivery of learning and educational software to users.
Not only do Learning Management Systems allow a company to transfer learning material to employees, LMS software has interactive functionality that prompts users to input information they learn as they learn it, creating a more personalized and effective learning environment.
Examples of the type of learning materials delivered to users via LMS include:
- Training Modules
- Online Courses and Tutorials
- Educational Material
LMS allows companies to track, document and report on user engagement. This is particularly helpful when companies must transfer compulsory training modules, such as OH&S materials, to large groups of employees and ensure that is has been viewed and understood by all employees.