debbie on February 7th, 2011
The Learning Management System (LMS) is used extensively at the University as the online presence for delivery of information and resources to students.
Information that students can expect to find in an LMS subject includes: subject requirements, assessment information, staff contact details, subject readings, feedback for work submitted, and lecture and tutorial documents. Resources you can make available to students to facilitate group and individual work include discussion forums, wikis, blogs, tests, audio recordings and peer review.
A range of options have been created by the LMS Academic Support team to assist the staff who teach and support these subjects:
Guides – Animated and paper based guides on all the key resources and functions of the LMS from the staff perspective. Some student and workshop guides also available.
Example LMS subject – Browse this prepared LMS subject as a guest to view examples of how the LMS could be used.
Workshops and events – A series of standard workshops, lunchtime forums, drop-in sessions and other events are regularly scheduled. Customised workshops can also be arranged.
Online Essential Elements – Explore the LMS by yourself with the online version of the Essential Elements workshop.
Ask for help – Ask a question at any time using our online form.