Learning management systems: practical considerations for the selection and implementation of an E-learning platform for the Navy
Kamel, Magdi N.
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A key element of the Navy's Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) mission is to recruit, develop, manage and deploy a workforce in an agile, cost-effective manner. In order to accomplish its mission, MPT&E strives to provide the right sailor with the right skill sets in the right job at the right time, and to manage his/her career path in support of warfighting capabilities. To support this objective, some form of automated learning management system or virtual learning environment is needed. A learning management system (or LMS) is a software application that enables the delivery and management of online content to learners.
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