LMS Support: Train your staff the right way!
Spending thousands of dollars on a centrally supported Learning Management System without proper staff training may go into drain end up a disaster experiment. Making the staff realize the benefits of LMS to manage lecture resources, training notes, manage interactive course materials and wide range of activities is quite important. Most of the staff don’t realize the full potential that can be scaled upwards using a LMS to work or study within groups. If properly setup, the students can download course materials, upload assignments, and contribute to online discussions. Furthermore students can store and organize materials for self-learning, and also manage drafts of essays, assignments and projects. Having asynchronous LMS, with self-directed learning will place your school or organization in perfect position.
Apart from the support resources you provide your staff using the LMS, the staff needs to be familiarized with your Learning Environment. The following LMS Support Tips will help you train your staff the right way…
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