There are not many things that you have to use for a Learning management system, which is always plus. You will need a laptop, PC or other device like that. That device has to possess a modern browser. From an apple device to a regular PC, everything is possible! Chrome, Firefox, Safari; it doesn’t matter which explorer you use. As long as you’re connected with Internet, it’s possible to use an LMS!
To take the a course, exam, quiz or assessment, we have even less requirements. You can take the it on almost any device with an internet connection and a browser. Be it a mobile phone, tablet, laptop or pc, that's fine with us. As long as you don't use your smart fridge with touchscreen and internet connection :-)
What’s holding you back to get started with LMS? With the few requirements needed, you can easily start with a Learning Management System. A system that’s build for now and the further future! Don’t be afraid to implement a LMS, because the advantages will outweigh the disadvantages. The only thing you will need is a device with Internet (and Internet connection of course).
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History of LMS
The history of learning management systems is a short history. Learning management system (LMS) has become increasingly attractive in the past few years. Technical innovations have redefined the teaching learning process. It all started in 1924 by the invention of the teaching machine. Slowly more inventions came on the market. From that moment on one invention after the other invention was born. I can’t give you all invention of learning management systems, otherwise your head will explode. Just a short overview with the most significant inventions. I hope you will get a better understanding of the short history after reading this article :-)