Study and Review of Learning Management System Software

  • Mahima Sharma
  • Gaurav Srivastav
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 103)


Learning management system (LMS) provides educational, training and development courses online. It enables the conference, management and display of course content making it easier for all sizes and types of businesses to manage course content. The major share of the LMSs today knuckles down on the corporate market. LMS constitute the greatest wedge of the learning system market. This paper aims to learn the various usability, implementation and adaptation frequencies and the obstacles and facilitators within the LMS domain, specifically in workplaces, by means of comparing a few research articles. The first section tends to introduce six LMS software. The second section comprises of detailed review of LMS platforms. The third section narrows down the results of our comparative review work in a tabular form. The fourth and fifth section gives a graphical representation of our results, concludes the paper and discusses the future scope of LMS.


TalentLMS Schoology Docebo Litmos LMS Blackboard WebCT 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mahima Sharma
    • 1
  • Gaurav Srivastav
    • 1
  1. 1.Inderprastha Engineering CollegeGhaziabadIndia

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