The Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) allows academic staff to design, manage and deliver online learning. It provides a visual authoring space for creating learning activity sequences. These sequences are online digital lessons that simulate classroom activities. The activities include a range of individual tasks, small group projects and whole class work, based on both content and collaboration.
The key benefits of LAMS are that it:
LAMS activities are grouped into four areas: Informative, Collaborative, Reflective and Assessment, as shown below. These activities can be arranged as a learning sequence, which is effectively a self-contained lesson.
The lessons below use LAMS to teach you about LAMS: