Integrated Learning Systems
Learning Management System(s) (LMSs)
The origin of Learning Management (LMSs) is grounded in the educational and research area. LMSs are widely recognized as computational solutions designed to manage courses, deliver predefined instructional content to the learner, and administer exams. Originally, LMSs...
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