A brief overview of what an LMS is and the Codebots LMS example project.
What is a Learning Management System (LMS)?
A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application which handles all aspects of a learning process, including the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of educational courses. By gathering all learning materials in one place, an LMS can create professionally structured course content that is delivered through a variety of different modes.
A key feature of an LMS is the ability to create different types of users. In our Codebots LMS project we have Administrators, Users, and Visitors, who all have differing levels of access to content and performing CRUD operations on the site. Users are able to read articles, and complete lessons and courses, and have their progress tracked by administrators, who have complete access to everything on the site.
How to access the project
The LMS Project can be accessed on our public git repositories with the following links: