A learning management system (LMS) is a software package or computer
application for planning, implementing, and assessing online learning.
Typically, an LMS provides a way to create and deliver course content,
monitor student participation, and assess student performance. An LMS may also
provide users with interactive features such as threaded discussion forums,
breakout rooms, video conferencing, whiteboards, and instructor-led classes.
Most systems are web-based technology that facilitate "anytime, anywhere" access
to learning content and course administration.