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A mobile-first approach to reduce complexity in learning management systems

Rehn, Anders LU and Resell, Marcus LU (2015) In LU-CS-EX 2015-38 EDA920 20151
Department of Computer Science
Abstract
While learning management system platforms are getting more widely used by companies, schools and other organizations around the world as a means for electronic educational technology, they are also increasing in complexity. Duetocompetition,technologyadvancementsandotherfactors,mostlearning systemstodaygetpackedwithalotofdifferentfeatureswhichareresponsible for the added complexity. Social community feeds, forums, user-to-user chat and sometimes an abundance of different platform functions which exist due to the willingness to satisfy every possible need are just some examples. As thesefeaturescanbeattractivetoalotoforganizations,theyarealsothedirect oppositeforothers.... (More)
While learning management system platforms are getting more widely used by companies, schools and other organizations around the world as a means for electronic educational technology, they are also increasing in complexity. Duetocompetition,technologyadvancementsandotherfactors,mostlearning systemstodaygetpackedwithalotofdifferentfeatureswhichareresponsible for the added complexity. Social community feeds, forums, user-to-user chat and sometimes an abundance of different platform functions which exist due to the willingness to satisfy every possible need are just some examples. As thesefeaturescanbeattractivetoalotoforganizations,theyarealsothedirect oppositeforothers. Thisreportwillfocusonevaluatingexistinglearningsys-temsandonthecreationofanewmobilebasedlearningmanagementsystem with accompanying performance management features which is suitable for educatingpersonnelwithlimitedtechnicalexperience. (Less)
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author
Rehn, Anders LU and Resell, Marcus LU
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course
EDA920 20151
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type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
configuration complexity, navigation complexity, mobile-first, learning management system, Moodle, mobile learning, e-learning, LMS, MSc
publication/series
LU-CS-EX 2015-38
report number
LU-CS-EX 2015-38
ISSN
1650-2884
language
English
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7862159
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2015-09-09 08:04:57
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  abstract     = {While learning management system platforms are getting more widely used by companies, schools and other organizations around the world as a means for electronic educational technology, they are also increasing in complexity. Duetocompetition,technologyadvancementsandotherfactors,mostlearning systemstodaygetpackedwithalotofdifferentfeatureswhichareresponsible for the added complexity. Social community feeds, forums, user-to-user chat and sometimes an abundance of different platform functions which exist due to the willingness to satisfy every possible need are just some examples. As thesefeaturescanbeattractivetoalotoforganizations,theyarealsothedirect oppositeforothers. Thisreportwillfocusonevaluatingexistinglearningsys-temsandonthecreationofanewmobilebasedlearningmanagementsystem with accompanying performance management features which is suitable for educatingpersonnelwithlimitedtechnicalexperience.},
  author       = {Rehn, Anders and Resell, Marcus},
  issn         = {1650-2884},
  keyword      = {configuration complexity,navigation complexity,mobile-first,learning management system,Moodle,mobile learning,e-learning,LMS,MSc},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {LU-CS-EX 2015-38},
  title        = {A mobile-first approach to reduce complexity in learning management systems},
  year         = {2015},
}