History of Virtual Learning Environments

History Of Virtual Learning Environments

A virtual learning environment (VLE) is a system that creates an environment designed to facilitate teachers' management of educational courses for their students, especially a system using computer hardware and software, which involves distance learning. In North America, a virtual learning environment is often referred to as a "learning management system" (LMS).

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History Of Virtual Learning Environments - Terminology
... The terminology for systems which integrate and manage computer-based learning has changed over the years ... Course Management System" (CMS) "Integrated Learning Systems" (ILS) "Interactive Multimedia Instruction" (IMI) "Learning Management System" (LMS) "Technology Based Learning" (TBL) "Technology Enhanced ...

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