A Learning Management System (LMS), also known as a learning platform, usually forms the technical core of a complex, web-based e-learning infrastructure. It is a software installed on a web server that supports the provision and use of learning content and provides instruments for cooperative work and user administration. See also teaching management systems at JLU. (Linked page in German.)
The learning progress control should provide the learner with information about his learning status. It plays a prominent role in electronic learning environments since the possibilities for personal feedback are limited.
See Web based Training (WBT).
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In this glossary you will find terms related to legal issues in e-learning, such as
- Official work (§5 UrhG)
- Federal Data Protection Act
- Data protection
- Public domain work
- Legal freedoms of use
- Teaching commitments
- License and license agreement
- Personal data
and many other terms that should give you more security in your teaching.
LENA (Teaching Evaluation Navigation) offers you, as a teacher and lecturer, suggestions for possible changes to your course or your teaching, which are specifically tailored to the individual aspects of teaching evaluation using the MoGLi questionnaire. (Source: Professur für Hochschuldidaktik und Evaluation der JLU (2015-2017) URL:
LENA's launching: New online tool to support your teaching. How can you translate the results of your course evaluation (LVE) into concrete consequences for your teaching? The online tool LENA, now available to all JLU faculty, helps you answer this question in a straightforward, targeted, individualized and scientifically sound manner.
Live casts are generally referred to as webcasts and especially podcasts whose creation is already taking place in public. In contrast, most of the web and podcasts available on the WWW are offered as recordings and are produced non-publicly. Live casts are also usually available afterwards as recordings "on-demand". (Linked page in German.)
LiveVoting allows for direct collaboration between participants in courses and workshops with the course leaders. Use LiveVoting to support face-to-face teaching or lead motivating workshops. In this way, you can pick up ideas and moods directly and involve those present in your course in a participatory way. In addition to single and multiple choice, LiveVoting now also supports sequences/priorities, free text and estimation questions. (Linked page in German.)
With a live broadcast, your course can be transferred to other rooms or to the students' homes in real time. In this way, independence of location can be achieved. Web conferences, lecture hall transmission and live streaming also fall under the category of live transmission. (Linked page in German.)