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
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tablets). In so doing it accommodates today’s learners’ needs to receive and transmit information on multiple devices. As mobile technology is becoming ubiquitous, mobility is a must-have capability for LMS users, as opposed to one that is simply nice to have. In addition, with the Learning Repository module, Desire2Learn invites learning institutions to collect and share useful learning content from professors and publishers as well as open educational resources (OER), further reflecting the