Learning Management Systems, Social Programs and Their Effectiveness in E-Learning

Dalia Mohamed Nabil Tawfik Al.Sayed Al.Manhrawy

Abstract


Represents management systems learning (Learning Management systems) device used by most of the central institutions of higher education to support the educational process. And contrasts the performance of these systems with the increasing demand decentralization among Higher Education and Alhath, the use of open tools and services that contribute increasingly to promote a wide range of educational activities and practices outside institutional boundaries.With the proliferation of social networks (social networks) as one of the applications outstanding in the second generation of the Web (Web 2.0), called for the need to replace management systems traditional learning to other systems more open to keep up with the changes accelerated in web technologies and are consistent with the way the new generation with the network. Thus was born a new form of learning and management systems that combine the characteristics of traditional learning management systems and social networks.Of these modern systems site (schoology.com), which offers a free service for creating and managing learning systems, and mixing interface social networking with the management tools of learning, so that teachers and students (and parents and administrators) of communication and cooperation in educational matters. The site also provides educational traditional jobs in the months learning systems such as Blackboard and Moodle.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p96


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