Learning Management System Knowledge Center

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?

    Internet companies sure 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Types of LMS

    Now we know what an LMS is, why you should use an LMS and how to evaluate an LMS. Let's look at learning management systems from a different perspective. What are the types of learning management systems?

    In this article we're going to talk about the different LMS systems.

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  • 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 help you discuss with your team and choose the LMS that suits your needs best.

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  • 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 :-)

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  • LMS gamification

    The meaning of LMS gamification and some advantages of "LMS Gamification" will be explained.

    Learning and gaming at the same time. What sounds better than that? Gamification is more than just playing games. The name gamification suggests that it’s only about playing videogames. In fact it doesn’t have to involve playing games at all. You may be flabbergasted right now. But what does LMS gamification mean? It means that you apply the concept of game design to non-game applications.

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  • Importance and objectives of an LMS

    In today’s fast-paced work environment, organizations and companies need to keep their team up to speed with the latest trends and methods for each industry. How can you train your team effectively, and at a low cost? That’s possible with an LMS (Learning Management System).

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  • LMS trends

    In this article, we will consider some trends regarding online learning platforms. Today's society is becoming more and more automated and as indicated by their increasing popularity, learning management systems are no exception. Their use is not limited to education as they can be used in business settings as well. What are some of the trends surrounding Learning Management Systems?

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  • LMS requirements checklist

    You want to implement a learning management system. What are the requirements for an LMS? What is essential to do accomplish that? You’re on the right page to figure out what you’ll need! You’ll learn what is needed for learners as well as for the person who is creating the learning management system.

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  • History of LMS

    The history of learning management systems is a short history. Learning management system (LMS) has become increasingly attractive in the past few years. Technical innovations have redefined the teaching learning process. It all started in 1924 by the invention of the teaching machine. Slowly more inventions came on the market. From that moment on one invention after the other invention was born. I can’t give you all invention of learning management systems, otherwise your head will explode. Just a short overview with the most significant inventions. I hope you will get a better understanding of the short history after reading this article :-)

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  • 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.

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  • CMS vs LMS

    Content management system (CMS) and learning management system (LMS) are two different systems with different options. E-learning is something we see more and more. What kind of system is better to use? CMS or LMS? You can use a more passive system or a system where learners are actively involved. This article describes the differences between CMS and LMS.

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  • Switching to a New LMS

    There are many reasons why you might decide it’s time to look for a new learning management system for your organization. It could be that your current solution is outdated, cumbersome, or difficult to use, and you are looking for something simpler. Or maybe, you would like to have a “LMS” that is more than a collection of random files that are shared with your staff (including PDFs, videos, paper tests, etc.). When you know its time to make the switch, what should you consider when choosing new software for your organization?

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  • What is Scorm

    What does scorm mean and stand for? Scorm is an abbreviation and it stands for: Shareable Content Object Reference Model. Scorm defines a specific way of constructing a learning management system and training and course content so it can be shared with other Scorm compliant systems. Scorm enables you to package your content and share it with other systems.

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  • Blended learning meaning

    What is the definition of blended learning? This article will explain the meaning of blended learning.

    ‘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 which ingredients are needed for a fire (classical method). After her demonstration, the pupils will make a quiz on their tablets about that subject (modern). Now you know the meaning of blended learning, let's take a look at the types of blended learning.

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