ACES is an indigenous Learning Management System
ACES is an indigenous Learning Management System designed and developed jointly by the Arab Open University-Bahrain Campus and Al-Nadeem to exchange information among members of university communities (students, instructors, and management) as wellACES is a learning management software that keeps up with employee continuing education, development, e-learning, certification, and any other learning activities.
It streamlines administrative tasks and blends with human resources, accounting, and e-commerce to provide one place where learning and training can be quantified, measured, and tracked.
Furthermore, ACES records instructors and students activities, both on or off campus. The value proposition of ACES is both mission effective and cost efficient with respect to existing LMSs in the market.
ACES also deploys, manages, tracks and reports on interaction between learner, content and instructor. In particular, ACES performs student registration, tracks learner progress, records test scores and indicates course completions, and allows trainers to assess the performance of their learners.
The main features of ACES:
||provides maximum flexibility at the levels of administrator, instructor and student levels in accordance with permission levels granted. |
||schedule courses and define curricula to address individual and organizational learning needs. This is extended to include off-line resources such as classrooms, books, e-library resources. |
||deliver online courses and assessments and schedule instructor-led courses.|
||track the progress of students and create progress reports. |
||communicate by chat, discussion forums, e-mail, whiteboarding and e-seminars. |
||test and assess student competency, learning styles and discipline.|
ACES is an indigenous Learning Management System designed and developed jointly by the Arab Open University-Bahrain Campus and Al-Nadeem to exchange information among members of university communities (students, instructors, and management) as well as courseware development, operations and maintenance, driven by the specifications and business requirements of the program instructors and their students.