What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
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Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts:
A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications).
A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching.
Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
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Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
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What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts: A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications). A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
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What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts: A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications). A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts: A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications). A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts:
A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications).
A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts:
A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications).
A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching.
Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts:
A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications).
A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle? BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.
What we offer eLearning - What is a LMS?
Learning Management System (LMS) An LMS is a learner management system. Learning because an LMS delivers learning material, education courses or training programs. Management, because it is a platform where you can create and organise these courses, edit them, assign them to students, grade them, etc. And last but not least, System, which refers to the software or computer program you use.
Your LMS is the engine that drives your eLearning, and in its most common form, consists of 2 basic parts:
A server that performs the core functionality (creating, managing and delivering courses, users and serving data and notifications).
A user interface running inside your browser, similar to a webpage that your users, administrators, instructors and students will use. Anyone who engages in eLearning uses an LMS. These days it is not just limited to educational institutions, but companies and corporations are also using it to train their staff and clients.
What does an LMS do exactly? An LMS handles the management and delivery of eLearning courses. It lets you create content (lessons), organise it into courses, deliver the content, enroll students to your courses and monitor and assess their performance with grades, participation, attendance etc.
We can deliver eLearning in a variety of platforms, including Blackboard, Learndash, Scorm of Tin Can files, to name a few. BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments.
What is Moodle?
BlueRooster uses Moodle, a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
So, what is Moodle? Moodle is a free, open-source learner management system written in PHP. Moodle allows you to personalise the site with your own theme, logo and colour palette to suit your brand identity and allows for the extending and tailoring of learning environments using community sourced plug-ins. Moodle is 80% more cost effective and matches up to leading competitors in all features. It can be used to provide distance learning for students or support face-to-face teaching. Learn more about Moodle.
Case Studies
Video Click on the arrow to play the video. Click on the icon to enter full-screen. This video has sound, but can be viewed without it. Plug in your earphones and enjoy.
Nedbank BlueRooster was tasked with creating an interactive course for Nedbank that will prepare their staff for the implementation of iRPA (Robotics Automation). The content and material needed to speak to a wide range of audience, including administration staff, managers, process engineers and developers. Staff needed to be informed of the processes, reassured of their role in the process and each devision had to be clear on their responsibilities throughout the project. The best way to approach the content was with branching scenarios. Information that spoke to all departments was displayed throughout the course. When you select your role/department, you would see your key responsibilities during the course where they apply. This helped personnel to get an broad perspective of the project, as well as understand their key role and responsibilities to make it a success.
Hotspots Click on the plus icon to learn more about branching scenarios.