In 2001, Computerworld’s Kym Gilhooly wrote that a learning management system (LMS) “goes beyond basic content delivery to offer course administration, registration, tracking, and reporting and skills gap analysis.” This description of LMS underlines the fact that not all that long ago, LMS functionality was modeled around the course entity.
Since then we have witnessed the social revolution
educational system developers
as well as open educational resources (OER), further reflecting the knowledge that in order to develop and help shape students’ expertise and opinions, a wide range of learning resources are needed. According to Mr. Rich Seidner, Strategy Director Education at Desire2Learn, Desire2Learn Learning Suite v10.1 offers the necessary support to adapt the learning process to the learner’s pace, language, geography, and accessibility conditions. To support these commitments, Desire2Learn Learning Suite v10.1