Learning Management Systems in Jordanian Universities

Abdeleh Bassam AL AMOUSH, Kamaljeet Sandhu

Abstract


Learning management system (LMS) is an important tool and well suited as learning tools and activity in universities high education. However, each institute has different LMS tools that allow to users (management, instructors, and students) to use it for daily activity. This paper discusses the main usefulness tools in Jordan context to improve and highlight the gap in high education in Jordan Universities.

Aus. J. Bus. Sco S. & IT. Vol 4(2), April 2018, P 46-54

Keywords


Learning Management System; Jordan University; University of Jordan; Information Technology Infrastructure

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