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Learning Management System and Its Role in the Effective Delivery of Medical Education

Kevin J John

Keywords : Education, E-learning, Learning management system, Medical students

Citation Information : John KJ. Learning Management System and Its Role in the Effective Delivery of Medical Education. 2022; 5 (4):105-106.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10082-03164

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 18-08-2022

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2022; The Author(s).


Studying online and the shift from pen and paper to the digital world is a trend that has been on a rise over the past decade. With this growth, arises the need to effectively design and implement learning management systems (LMS) in the current scenario. For the acquisition of knowledge, being up to date with the world around and enabling learning to be uninhibited, facilitates growth, and reflects greatly on the outcomes of the student. The current state and ability of institutions to provide knowledge were tested with the coronavirus disease-2019 pandemic that engulfed the entire globe, where learning had no choice but to move into the digital domain. This paper highlights the role that LMS and e-learning are currently playing in the field of medical education. The success of LMS depends on many factors, such as accessibility, course content, usage of appropriate resources, and assessment criteria. This paper has been written to explore the role of LMS and e-tools in ensuring improvement in the acquisition of knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills.

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