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What is Learning Content Management System (LCMS)

Handbook of Research on Learning Outcomes and Opportunities in the Digital Age
Virtual classroom, online workspace or collaborative environment employed as a vehicle for learning through which critical interactions and communication takes place. Effective use of an LCMS models the dynamics of the workplace in preparation for a career.
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Technological Interventions: Examination of Social Exchange as an Antecedent to Academic Achievement in Online Learning
Sayyid Cato (Keiser University, USA) and Rehana Seepersad (Florida International University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9577-1.ch013
This chapter examines online learning practices and related administrative concerns at a small college just outside of New York City where educators constantly seek to meet the evolving needs of learners. The learning environment consists of multiple factors that influence social exchange and academic achievement. Learning and consequently degree completion appears limited in part because there are insufficient avenues for self-expression, social connections, and communication exchange, considered antecedents to academic achievement. In this case study, the institution serves as the research site for identifying impediments to an effective learning environment, assessing current technologies in education, and identifying strategies that educators and administrators may implement as they actively enhance learners' academic engagement and achievement. The study presents an evaluation of the institution, its current practices, obstacles, assessment of risks, and recommendations toward conventions of traditional Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) and organizational infrastructure.
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“Conceptual Reverse Engineering” of Online Learning Objects and Sequences for Practical Applications
A socio-technical system that enables the delivery of digital learning contents.
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Initially an LCMS referred to a system for managing learning content, though current LCMS tools include many of the administrative and course management features that might be found in a standard LMS. The primary difference is the management of content in an LCMS, which often includes tools for authoring, versioning, and archiving content, features that are less commonly found in a traditional LMS. An LMS might be used in conjunction with an LCMS when the primary function of the LCMS is the authoring and archiving of content (e.g. when acting as a content repository).
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Learning Object Model for Online Laboratories
LCMS is “a multi-user environment where learning developers create, store, reuse, manage, personalize, and deliver digital learning content from a central object repository.
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