A website generates a one-way communication, whereas a digital learning environment also allows for communication, interaction with and follow-up of your student.
For you, the added value of a CMS is that it can make the content available in a simple way and that groups can collaborate on the learning materials. Furthermore, there is only one source of the content and it can also be adjusted via the CMS. An LMS adds that your students can also be tracked and that individual learning paths can be established.
For your student, a CMS means easy access to content and an LMS also gives your student a view of their own progress and results.
Is it also possible without a digital learning environment? Yes, but you lose the tracking of the learning process.
Note: The choice that is made for this learning trajectory:
- it is not entirely LCMS because of the administration and management
- but it is a CMS (WordPress)
- a basic login and follow-up on several devices