EFFECTIVE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MOODLE

J Arumugam

Abstract


Knowledge managers always play a vital role to make the users
knowledgeable, informed and to support in the research activities. Today
library professionals are experimenting new methodology of learning with
organizational learning which is changing rapidly and also it’s a need for the
present environment. Due to the digital technologies, teaching and learning
practices a revolution in the scientific and research institutes all around the
world.The basic idea of this paper is to discuss about the more effective and
flexible learning management system with special reference to Moodle. It
also identifies the special features of using this learning management
system.

Keywords: Learning Management system, Moodle, e-learning


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