Chapter 39Design Choices for Mobile Learning Management Systems

Gary Woodill


Computer-based learning management systems have been available since the 1960s (for example, PLATO, on mainframe computers), but really took off in the late 1990s and early 2000s. With the speed of change that is happening in the world of education and training software, it is not surprising that some learning management systems are starting to look stale and worn. At the same time, many LMS companies recognize that their market is reaching a limit of saturation and are looking for new ways to sell their intellectual property. Just in time, along comes the mobile ...

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