Learning platforms, learning experience platforms (LXP), learning management systems (LMS) and learning content management systems (LCMS) are used to provide and organize learning. They are part of comprehensive e Learning. The advantage of learning platforms is that they can be used regardless of location. They are web-based and platform-independent. As a rule, the learning management system represents a central database with corresponding course content and enables communication between provider and learner. This communication is an important component of these learning management systems.
For content providers or training providers, the software listed here offers, among other things, the possibility to incorporate content without having special programming knowledge. Learning applications such as multiple choice tests, web based trainings (WBTs) or multimedia trainings can be created. The implementation of seminars, further education and training is also supported, for example, by game-based learning and authoring and editing tools. This type of learning can, for example, be used well in the area of personnel development and further education. In addition to centralized learning, the use of such systems also offers the advantages of global accessibility and also learning success measurement and evaluation.