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Online Courseware And Management Systems

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Learning Management Systems

Wikipedia has a good write up defining Learning Management Systems, their history, and how they compare to Course Management Systems and Learning Content Management Systems.

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Blackboard

Blackboard makes learning management systems used by thousands of institutions, with an emphases on the learner. They also offer services, analytics, and conferencing/communication tools to support everyone's learning.

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Brightspace

Brightspace provides online learning solutions that can be combined with face-to-face instruction, creating a blended learning environment that can be tailored to each student's needs. Their solution includes professional development for teachers and an extensive curriculum library.

Look for courseware components which will facilitate your particular objectives and need for student interactivity.

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MOODLE

MOODLE allows you to quickly create – or experiment with – your own on-line learning environment. MOODLE is an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment.

Moodle is a free, open source, online Learning Management system enabling educators to create their own private website filled with dynamic courses that extend learning, any time, anywhere. Moodle's extremely customizable core comes with many standard features. It includes multilingual capability, support of open standards, and is free to use and customize.

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How to Evaluate Online Lessons

There are so many online lesson plans and resources in the Internet age, it can be a burden of riches. How do you know whether you can trust a lesson you found on Pinterest?

Use this checklist to help rate the quality of any lesson. As with any lesson, you can tailor it to meet the needs of your unique students.

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