What exactly does LMS mean as a general term?

The Learning Management System (LMS) is an online platform that stores large quantities of teaching materials in a digitized format. With a user-friendly interface, educators can easily manage content, automate tasks, and streamline their curriculum from any remote location.

In this background, this is a software application that provides the framework that handles all aspects of the learning process, it’s where you house, deliver, and track your trainings, lectures or tasks content.  The whole job can be an easier process by identifying and assessing individual and organizational learning goals, tracking progress toward meeting those goals and collecting and presenting data for supervising the learning process.

LMS have become commonplace as the world has turned to online learning. An LMS allows instructors and learners to seamlessly complete the learning process online just as easily as they can in a classroom.

Considering the importance of an LMS, KREN offers good opportunities to Kosovo Higher Education Institutions (HEI), including public and private institutions, through platforms ensured from KREN, to create an LMS for students, professors / academic staff. LMS is composed of Moodle platform as well as Microsoft (MS) Teams and MS OneNote.


Students, professors / academic staff can create better online learning experiences as or for learners. These opportunities allow you to develop, design, and deliver your training programs faster and more effectively. Most LMS do this by offering a course library, content management system, user management, and authoring tools. LMS also automate most of the manual work that’s normally done when planning and executing training programs, such as user enrolment and training trackers.

Moodle LMS is an open source LMS that can be customised for any course or teaching method you choose.

Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. A simple interface, drag-and-drop features, and well-documented resources along with ongoing usability improvements make Moodle easy to learn and use.

Moodle is web-based and so can be accessed from anywhere in the world. With a default mobile-compatible interface and cross-browser compatibility, content on the Moodle platform is easily accessible and consistent across different web browsers and devices.

An example of Moodle for education:

Moodle is a platform for online learning that enables you to create online courses, add assignments, and keep an eye on your students’ progress. It also allows you to communicate with the students and encourage communication between them in forums and discussions.

Moodle is more than just a platform for sharing learning materials. It is a real managment tool that allows to steer the learning process of the students. In Learning, communication is everything. Moodle provides the tools to communicate from the trainer to the students, vice versa, and between the students.

In the same platform, there is an interaction between students and professors / teachers. MOODLE is a platform for online learning that enables you to create online courses, add assignments, and keep an eye on your students’ progress. It also allows you to communicate with the students and encourage communication between them in forums and discussions.

Note: We will present you examples / tutorials on how to use MOODLE by students and professors / teachers, and what opportunities this platform offers to facilitate and digitize your educational process. Please keep in mind that the MOODLE platform can be customized and adapted with logos and other options according to your wish, therefore, a little different than KREN in terms of appearance, but the content remains the same as MOODLE, videos below will be showed.

How can students use the MOODLE platform?
The video below provided is as an example downloaded from “Wagner College IT Training”, explaining the basic details on how can students use the MOODLE platform:

How can professors / teachers use the MOODLE platform?

Here clink in the “link” that takes you to the video provided as an example from “MOODLE” YouTube channel, explaining in more details on how can professors or teachers use the MOODLE platform.



Microsoft Teams is the ultimate messaging app for your organization—a workspace for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, and even the occasional emoji! All in one place, all in the open, all accessible to everyone.

When you create a new Team, you will have four team types to choose from:

  • Class (teacher-led team featuring assignments)
  • Professional Learning Community (PLC) (peer-led educator working group)
  • Staff (leader-led for management, administration, etc.)
  • Other (clubs, study groups, and extracurriculars)

Furthermore, MS Teams is a collaboration app built for hybrid work so you and your team stay informed, organized, and connected — all in one place.

An example of Teams for education:

With Microsoft Teams, your school or institution can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, communicate with school staff, coordinate

OneNote is your very own digital notebook. Whether you have a million ideas, a million things to do, or a million things to remember, OneNote is the perfect app for capturing pretty much everything. With OneNote, you can: Type notes or record audio at your laptop. Sketch or write ideas on your tablet.

OneNote storage comes from OneDrive. If you want to use OneNote, you will need to sign up for OneDrive. These two platforms and much more are part of the family of Microsoft.

OneNote consists of three core components: Notebooks, Sections, and Pages. Notebooks are best understood as being like a paper notebook, albeit one with unlimited pages. In general, you need only two Notebooks, one for personal use and one for business.

An example of OneNote for education:

With OneNote – Educators can create notebooks that help them stay organized, deliver curriculum, and collaborate with students and colleagues.