ENHANCING LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THROUGH WEB ACADEMIC LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Marton D., Bednar S., Modrak J.
Abstract: Successfully implemented e-
Description of tailored WLS to support students of study program Manufacturing management
University students of external form of education often get into trouble when finding the right study literature for specialized subjects. On the web there are plenty information sources but each teacher wants to provide students with what is required by society as a whole. Therefore, practically each autonomous high education unit has a good reason for introducing a convenient WLS platform that students can use to interact with tutors, keep track of their assignments and give their feedback.
WLS makes the work easier not only for teachers but also for students by offering a wide range of learning resources. Moreover, WLS enables administrators or even teachers to manage student groups and their activities and gives students a tool to manage their study plans by creating links between courses and to create a repository of learning materials.
Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies is a part of Technical University of Kosice (TUKE) that uses two open source platforms of Learning Management Systems the Moodle and ILIAS. Moodle has been obtained from the university project with financial support of the European Social Fund under the Operational program Education entitled Package of innovative features for educational reform at TUKE. Subsequently, this LMS has been introduced at 4 faculties and 7 departments. ILIAS only operates at Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies that is that is located out of main University campus. Further, we illustrate some characteristics of Moodle and ILIAS.
Moodle stands for Modular Object-
ILIAS is LMS offering number of useful features within the package. It runs on web platform with boundless possibilities of teaching. System creates online course with or without subscription to certain class, course. Individual students are continuously supported by chat and e-
The content of WLS is depicted in Figure 1. Such WLS is able, e. g., to assemble and deliver learning content rapidly or allows the personalization of content and knowledge reuse.
University or faculty libraries are rarely integrated into their institution’s LMS due to several reasons. One of the reasons is that librarians are seldom involved in the administration and management of courseware (Mestre et al., 2011). Moreover, librarians must often negotiate with faculty to be given permission and access to a course website, and are often required to adapt pre-
Our first focus in developing Web Learning Management System integrated with the faculty
This paper has been supported by KEGA project "The Development of a Web Learning System to Support an External Form of Education in Study Program Manufacturing Management," (no. 054TUKE-
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Streszczenie: Wdrożony z powodzeniem system e-
Słowa kluczowe: centrum dystrybucji, przedsiębiorstwo, MŚP.