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Learning Management System Knowledge Centre

In this knowledge section you can find information and tips on how you can create the best online courses. We also provide some Course ideas and examples for the necessary inspiration.

Creating a course can be fun but also a challenging task. Depending on what you want to achieve by creating your own course, you have to think of a whole set of questions and answers. They will have to be fun and engaging, scientifically correct or maybe a little bit of both.

Quizworks will take care of the technical aspect of creating the course for you. It's done in no time if you have your course content ready. 

The hardest part is creating your own course content, questions and answers. "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery". So take a look at some quiz examples before you start creating yourself. We're not saying that you enter the copy-paste state of mind. Just take a look, see what you like and what you don't like. And use this information to create your own and unique course! 

Have fun creating courses and if there's anything Quizworks can help you with, let us know! You can reach us at info@easy-lms.com.

The Quizworks Team

ps. Do contact us if you want a course more tailored to your needs, that's actually our business model :) So don't hesitate to contact us for a premium high end quiz environment!

  • What is an LMS?

    People working at internet companies seem to like their abbreviations. They just sound so professional: Saas, Cloud, ERP, LMS. What is that "LMS" that people keep bringing up in business meetings? What does LMS mean? What is the definition and meaning of learning management systems? Good questions, thanks for asking :) In this article we're going to explain what LMS means.  Read more ›

  • Why use an LMS

    Why should I use a learning management system? Why not old fashioned paper training material and exams? And red pens to correct the answers? Well, if you're responsible for the training in your company or your organisation, you know what a hassle old fashioned paper brings along.  Don't know what an LMS is? Read what lms means first. Read more ›

  • LMS vs LCMS

    Earlier we explained what an LMS is. We now are going to zoom in on the differences between an LMS and an LCMS.  Read more ›

  • LMS Evaluation Checklist

    What to look for in an LMS? You're looking into a new LMS and don't know where to start? We have a handy checklist to discuss with your team and choose the LMS which suits your needs best. Read more ›

  • LMS Pricing Models

    Different LMS vendors have different pricing models. We'll review the different LMS pricing models, so you can make an informed decision about what LMS price model suits your business. Disclaimer: We're pretty biased. So while reading we think you'll guess which one we prefer :-) Read more ›

  • Self-paced learning

    Improve your memory and make your tests whenever you want? Self-paced learning is the solution? But what does self-paced learning exactly mean? With self-paced learning you can make your own decisions instead of answering questions within a certain amount of time, participants are able to answer questions within the time that is needed for them. Each participant can decide what time is needed to answer the questions. Read more ›

  • Blended learning meaning

    ‘Take your books and read the first chapter.’ This is a sentence you must have heard a lot of times. Nowadays this sentence could be replaced by ‘click on the link and follow the instructions on your laptop’. The first situation described is a classical learning method. The second situation described, is a modern learning method. What does blended learning mean? You guessed is right! It’s a mix between a classical-and modern learning method. Students are learning from their computers as well as they get instruction from their teachers. I will give you an example of blended learning; a schoolteacher decides to demonstrate witch ingredients are needed for a fire (classical method). After her demonstration, the pupils will make a quiz on their tablets about that subject (modern). Read more ›

  • Synchronous vs asynchronous learning

    New technology is taking over the traditional classroom. This new system is called e-learning.  E-learning can be divided into two categories: synchronous and asynchronous learning. Hopefully you will know the differences after reading this article :) Read more ›

  • LMS trends

    You see more and more learning management systems being implemented in today’s society. It’s something you see in education, but also in other settings like businesses and companies. What are some trends around Learning Management Systems? Read more ›

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