Learning Management Systems

Learning Management Systems
Whether designing blended learning programs or online courses, higher education institutions are looking for ways to engage students, expand global reach, and offset rising tuition costs and campus overcrowding.

Frequently, they turn to a learning management system (LMS) to help with these efforts. An LMS provides a framework upon which to plan, deliver and manage online content.

As LMS platforms have gained popularity, their initial capabilities, such as grade reporting, have been greatly enhanced. Instructors can now incorporate collaborative tools, such as blogs, wikis and videos, into lesson plans and track student usage — resulting in more personalized learning and higher quality content.

A strong foundation: IT infrastructure and services
But a more robust LMS platform requires an equally robust IT infrastructure.

Dell delivers that infrastructure. Working with proven LMS providers, we create end-to-end LMS solutions based on Dell™ reference architectures that minimize IT complexity and ensure your LMS implementation will work smoothly.

With Dell, you can be sure you have everything you need for a complete LMS solution, including:
  • LMS applications from industry-leading providers
  • Server and storage solutions
  • Virtualization and private cloud platforms
  • Database management
  • Design, implementation, training and support services
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    Blackboard — Hardware Infrastructure for Learning Management Systems

    Dell partners with Blackboard, a leading provider of course management software, to provide campuses with dynamic resources that help take course management installations to the next level.

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    Moodlerooms Learning Management Systems

    Dell partners with Moodlerooms, a leading provider of learning management systems for Higher Education.

  1. IT Simplification Assessment

    Dell IT Simplification Assessment for Education Institutions

    Many administrators are looking to prepare their campuses for new instructional technology initiatives, with added challenges of reducing the cost of operations, improving IT efficiency