Learning Management System (LMS)

MOODLE (MUIC E-Learning)

Moodle is a free and open-source software that allows users to customize features to suit their needs. Through this platform, lecturers can create online classrooms using the combination of different materials such as forums, video, games, quizzes and live sessions, and learners are provided with a personalized environment and a variety of learning activities.

Canvas

Being used by institutions around the world, Canvas allows teachers to post grades, information and assignments online. It offers discussion boards, chatrooms for live discussion, and also centralized email – an effective way to interact with students, submit assignments and take exams. Teachers can create an interactive password-protected virtual classroom where students submit works and communicate with their classmates. Another huge perk of Canvas is that it is user friendly where even the new online learners can easily navigate this platform.

Open edX

Designed to make communication between teachers and students easier and more interactive, this LMS offers a great level of flexibility and user-friendly platform with a large supportive community. It features two products: the LMS platform for managing the course and the Studio for creating the content. Not only all the functionality is provided without cost, its ability to run a high stability class with large audiences and to easily integrate with almost any third-party modules and tools, make Open edX trusted worldwide by organizations and higher institutions of all shapes and sizes.

Suggestions for Further Readings:

  1. Selecting a Learning Management System: Advice from an Academic Perspective
  2. https://er.educause.edu/articles/2014/4/selecting-a-learning-management-system-advice-from-an-academic-perspective
    By C. R. Wright, Valerie Lopes, Craig Montgomerie, Sunday Reju and Seb Schmoller
    Published: April 21, 2014
  3. “History and Trends of Learning Management System (Infographic)”
  4. https://www.oxagile.com/article/history-and-trends-of-learning-management-system-infographics/
    By Oxagile Published: April 12, 2016
  5. Vendors of Learning Management and eLearning Products
  6. https://teachonline.ca/sites/default/files/pdfs/vendors_of_elearning_products_dec2018.pdf
    By Don McIntosh, Ph.D. Published: December 2018
  7. Choosing a Learning Management System (LMS) 2016
  8. https://adlnet.gov/assets/uploads/ChoosingAnLMS.pdf
    By Peter Berking and Shane Gallagher Published: November 4, 2016
  9. Moodle vs Canvas vs Open edX: What is the Best LMS
  10. https://fulcrum.rocks/blog/how-to-choose-lms-between-moodle-canvas-openedx/
    By Kateryna Khalimonchuk Published: January 20, 2021
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