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Learning management systems in the workplace: A literature review

Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are a vital software platform to deliver education and training courses online. They enable the creation, management and delivery of educational content making it easier for businesses of all sizes and types to administer educational content. Like any system, LMS also needs to be user-friendly and easily usable. Usability is a measure of the degree to which users can use a product or system to effectively, efficiently, and satisfactorily achieve their objectives; this means that users will be trained quickly and efficiently if the degree of usability of LMS is high. This paper attempts to discover the essential usability factors, implementation and adoption issues and the barriers and enablers within the LMS domain, primarily in workplace settings. To achieve these aims, a review of the literature has been carried out by considering 23 research articles published between 2014 to 2018. The discussion highlighted current issues in the field, as well as gaps and possibilities for further research.

History

Editor

Lee MJW; Nikolic S; Ros M; Shen J; Lei LCU; Wong GKW; Wenkatarayalu N

Start Page

387

End Page

393

Number of Pages

7

Start Date

04/12/2018

Finish Date

07/12/2018

eISSN

2470-6698

ISSN

2374-0191

ISBN-13

9781538665220

Location

Wollongong, NSW, Australia

Publisher

IEEE

Place of Publication

Piscataway, NJ

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

Author Research Institute

Centre for Regional Advancement of Learning, Equity, Access and Participation (LEAP)

Era Eligible

Yes

Name of Conference

IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering ((TALE) 2018)