Features of Implementation of a Learning Management System in the Educational Process in a Ukrainian University


The issue of regulation of a learning management system (LMS) at the state level of Ukraine is considered in the article. Types and interpretations of electronic educational resources that can be used in distance education are pointed out. The Moodle environment, as an example of one of successful learning management systems, is considered. In particular, the article contains a list of roles that can be shared by users of a learning management system. The general structure of an e-learning course, which can be used by educational institutions, is also proposed.


distance education; electronic training course; electronic educational resource; learning management system; Moodle

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Published : 2017-02-01

KostiuchenkoA. (2017). Features of Implementation of a Learning Management System in the Educational Process in a Ukrainian University. International Journal of Research in E-Learning, 3(1), 76-88. Retrieved from https://journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/IJREL/article/view/8396

Andrii Kostiuchenko 

PhD, Chernihiv Taras Shevchenko National Teachers’ Training University, Ukraine

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