Flipick Learning Management System

Flipick LMS Is a multi-portal architecture to support self-study asynchronous learning, virtual classes based synchronous learning or blended learning

A single infrastructure to manage multiple tenants, dynamic learning paths from assessment performance and LTI compliance to deliver and receive content securely from 3rd party content sources

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Curriculum-based Online Learning

Flipick provides a powerful LMS designed for personalized learning. Leading publishers provide curriculum-based enhanced eBooks, interactive learning modules, adaptive assessments, assignments and videos

Table of Content (TOC) structure for courses

Courses can be published as a single entity authored by various applications like Articulate. TOC can have multiple chapters with each chapter structured with multiple topics. Each topic can be linked to a learning object

Unique Features

All standard features of a LMS plus

  • Content Types: SCORM, Video, 2D Animation and Responsive HTML
  • Tracking with SCORM, XAPI and CMI5
  • Content Versioning, Certification, Re-certification, Re-tests
  • Configurable content licensing to your clients

Multi-Tenant

Flipick LMS can host multiple clients like institutes, departments or dealers on the same instance of the LMS. Individual client can have its own home page, branding, content and rules. A group with member clients can share content and have individual or consolidated analytics. Each client has its own administrative management for users, batches, courses, access rights and instructors.

Features

An organisation can have multiple tenant clients. Multiple organisations can be cohosted
Ability to inherit course content, administrative settings, rules and permissions from one tenant to another within an organisation or across organisations
Reports and analytics dashboard for a client or multiple clients within an organization

Tenant

A tenant is an independent portal with its own hierarchy of administrative staff, instructors, managers or user with custom roles and permissions.

A tenant can divide users in multiple groups or batches. Each batch can be assigned courses, packages or learning paths
Content can be organised in a configurable hierarchy. Academic institutes may organise content with a hierarchy of Levels (Higher Education), University (Mumbai University), Discipline (Engineering), Exam (First Year Engineering) and Semester (Semester 1). All courses are managed at the Semester level in this example
Each tenant can have its own branding
At the organisation level (parent tenant), an e-commerce portal can be optional
Courses can be shared between tenants of an organisation or across organisations
Asynchronous, Synchronous or Instructor-led training
Integration with MS Teams and Zoom for virtual classes
Integration with MS Teams OneNote Class-book and Google Classroom for Instructor led training supporting assignments and grading
Certification and re-certification awards
Awarding of badges for achieving configurable milestones including course completion, marks and virtual class attendance

Student on-boarding automation

There are multiple ways to on-board students to a specific client and batch

Interactive forms-based student registration on the portal
Student registration on e-commerce sign up
Bulk registration by uploading a CSV file or custom integration with SIS (School Information System)
Coupon Codes to automatically assign courses to students

Content Management System (CMS)

A core part of the LMS is an integrated Learning Object Repository (LOR) and a hierarchical content management system.

LOR is designed to support learning objects in a configurable folder structure
LOR objects can be linked to multiple courses
CMS can have its own hierarchy to mimic the client’s requirement like exam / semesters or category / sub-category

Content Types

Flipick LMS supports a large variety of content with an in-built player to render and track the usage

SCORM packages
XAPI (aka TinCan) packages
Articulate authored SCORM / HTML5
2D animations in HTML5 format
White-board lectures
MP4 videos
MP3 Audio
MS Office – Word, PowerPoint and Excel
PDF

Adaptive Assessments

Flipick LMS is integrated with a comprehensive assessment engine. Authoring and workflow tools help to build question banks; review cycles with different stakeholders, different question types, exam pattern blueprints and build practice, mock exam and graded exam-based assessments

Highlights

Build basic assessments interactively
Multiple question types
Question bank management
Exam pattern management
Build exam pattern assessments
Self-creation of assessments for students
Assessments accessed at the topic, unit and course levels
Level placements
Intelligent meta tags at question levels
Development roadmap to incorporate 6 Blooms Levels
Adaptive Assessments
Remedial content based on assessment performance

Assessment Types

Flipick LMS supports the following assessment types

Practice Tests: These tests can be built on a selected number of topics from the curriculum. There is no timer attached to complete the test.
Mock Exam Tests: Assessments are used to practice for competitive entrance exams for pre-engineering and medicine. Each of these exams has a pattern with number of sections, questions in each section, marks for correct and wrong answers, complexity levels and spread of questions across topics from the curriculum. Students practice for such mock tests with the same user experience as in the final exam
Graded Exams: These are actual exams being conducted on the Flipick LMS. They are built using question banks and exam patterns. The marks are updated in the student grade book in the LMS. Examples of these exams include institute level tests, corporate assessments as well as bank professionals appearing for their certification exams.
Level Placement Test: These are diagnostic tests conducted before the student is on-boarded. It tests the knowledge and skill levels to determine the level at which the student should be on-boarded.
Level Progress Tests: There are multiple tests conducted during the course. As a part of curriculum linked to the unit, at the course level or for level determination. A typical level could have multiple modules. Such level determination tests are conducted when the student has completed all modules in a level

Marking System

Marks can be allocated to a question in a configurable manner. There are options for marks for a correct answer, negative marks for wrong answer and weighted marks for questions that can have multiple answer choices

Results of the assessment

LMS infrastructure provides question bank management for large institutes. It is easy to build structured assessments with a choice of questions from the bank.

For practice test, the answers can be given at the submission of each question or provided at the end of the test. Other result parameters could include
Student registration on e-commerce sign up
Marks and scores in % at each section and over all exam level
Correct answers
Solution for the problem
Video solution for the problem
For mock tests and exam grade tests, it is possible to
Schedule the results – do not provide results, provide immediately after the assessment or specific number of days after the assessment
Provide marks, % score, percentile and rank

Question Bank Management

LMS infrastructure provides question bank management for large institutes. It is easy to build structured assessments with a choice of questions from the bank.

Support for multiple question banks
Questions can be of different types – Multiple choice with one correct answer, multiple choice with multiple correct answers, fill in the blank, integer based answers, matrix type questions, passage based where a single passage is applicable for multiple questions
Each question within the question bank has supported metadata including subject, unit, chapter and topic. Other metadata includes complexity level, question type, bloom level, applicability to multiple exams and its occurrence in past exams.
Ability to upload Excel based question bank. A mapping table that allows mapping of excel columns to internal database fields of the question bank
Each question can also carry suggested marks. These are over-ridden by marks in the exam pattern it is used in building the assessment

Exam Pattern Template

Competitive and internal exam may have a specific pattern. This could include

Analytics

Assessment analytics can be provided at the student level, institute level or across institutes

Scores. Results of an assessment including score, percentage, rank or percentile
Areas of strength and weakness. At the student level or across students for an assessment, the analytics provides areas of strength and weaknesses. For each topic, the analytics can provide the % of students who have performed well, average or below average
Performance at individual question level. For each question, the % of students who have answered correct
Attendance records. Student who were present or absent for scheduled assessment

Virtual Instructor-led training

Virtual Instructor-led training refers to training delivered in a virtual environment. VILT provides an engaging experience in which the learner interacts with the instructor, other learners and content over the Internet. Technology, Content and Delivery need to seamlessly work together to make VILT a success

Technology

Flipick integrates with the best of technology platforms for synchronous learning complemented with content from leading publishing sources. Flipick synchronous connectors are available for MS Teams, Zoom and Acrobat Connect

Features include

On-boarding teachers and students for online classes
Schedule and managing learner invitations for online classes
Tracking attendance
Managing recorded video sessions
Integration with MS Teams OneNote ClassNote Book and Google Classrooms for creating and managing assignments, submissions and grading

LTI Cloud

Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)

The IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard prescribes a way to easily and securely connect learning applications and tools with platforms like learning management systems (LMS), portals and learning object repositories on your premise or in the cloud, in a secure and standard manner and without the need for expensive custom programming. Using LTI, if you have an interactive assessment application or virtual chemistry lab, it can be securely connected to your LMS with a few clicks.

LTI Tool Provider

A Tool Provider exposes interfaces to one or more tools. It is useful to think of the Tool Provider as a wrapper around a tool. In this sense, the Tool Provider represents the entire system of Tool plus its interfaces.

LTI Tool Consumer

Instructors and students typically access Tools by activating links from within an LMS. Any system that offers access to a Tool is called a Tool Consumer.

Here is an example to explain the LTI use-case. A publisher plans to distribute content to its clients who have a different LMS. The publisher LMS needs to be a tool provider. At a course or dashboard level, the tool provider can expose parameters which are used to allow the SSO access. These include the URL, the consumer key and the secret key. The client LMS should be LTI tool consumer compliant.

Flipick LMS is a tool provider and consumer compliant

SCORM Cloud

SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) is the defacto industry standard for content interoperability. Flipick responsive content builder, 2D animation, whiteboard tool and Articulate are examples of content authoring tools that can package content in SCORM format. Any LMS that is SCORM compliant can load content authored in SCORM Let us take further the case of the publisher. If its client is not a LTI compliant tool consumer, SCORM is an alternative method to deliver content. Flipick LMS can host SCORM compliant content in the cloud. It can create a small SCORM proxy file which can be loaded to the client LMS.

Resources and Support Services

Publishers

Flipick has partnered with all leading publishers to provide curriculum based content. This includes eBooks, enhanced eBooks, interactive learning objects, videos, assessments and assignment