September 3, 2018 / GuidesFor Team
IT jargon strikes again. Apparently, according to this article, there is a clear distinction between Learning Management System (LMS) and Learning Content Management System (LCMS). It would appear that an LMS manages the end-users, their progress, both on the pupil and student side, while LCMS acts as a content delivery network. The article also states that 81% of the LCMS systems include LMS functionality as part of their system. That kind of make sense, but it didn’t give an example of the other 19% LCMS without the LMS. The same goes on the other end, but this article elaborates on their differences in both definition and functionality.
– Miyagi Kazuki
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