With so many technology-based resources–such as video, eBooks, and Google Docs–now available to help teachers deliver dynamic lessons, many teachers still find it challenging to incorporate digital content seamlessly within their lessons. But some experts say that’s exactly what a learning management system (LMS) can help educators do.

“A robust LMS pulls all of your digital content together,” said Gail Palumbo, lead faculty and area chair for curriculum and instruction-teacher leadership for the University of Phoenix Online, and national consultant for schools, districts, and corporations, during a recent webinar hosted by edWeb.net.

Palumbo said that a robust LMS can help teachers deliver quality lessons with minimum preparation, since many teachers still struggle with incorporating digital content in the classroom.

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