SHAPING EDUCATION BY LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Luminita GIURGIU

Abstract


In a world in constant motion, where education and skills acquisition have become more important than ever, where communication, involvement, participation are essential in daily existence, the increasing demand to face these realities has made learning management systems and knowledge acquisition technologies part of the infrastructure for shaping the present. Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) are a corresponding response to the profound effect on learning needs and styles exerted by the constant scientific and technological innovation and change. In the context of an extremely dynamic educational environment, this paper aims to make some conceptual clarifications of terms and also to argue the choice of a learning management system in our academy.


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