Hierarchical Learning Management System for the Insurance Industry
Keywords:Learning Management System, LMS, Hierarchic LMS
This paper describes a model of a Hierarchical Learning Management System (HLMS) for the insurance industry. The problem is that LMSs are widely used, but not suitable for each educational environment and domain. The existing LMSs are with the general purpose and do not reflect the specific needs of different domains. The proposed LMS is a specific hierarchic system specially created for the insurance industry. The model uses a hierarchic approach to share, organize and present the learning content. It allows for building an LMS specific for the insurance industry which is reliable, efficient, fast, and easy to use by the insurance professionals.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Stoyan Cheresharov, Hristo Hristov, Veneta Tabakova-Komsalova , Veselina Naneva
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