Learning Management System

"All students can learn and succeed, but not all on the same day, in the same way."

TerraLeap is a gateway for customized e-learning and result oriented programs that permit skill, flexibility and easy adaptability of the e-learning management software to various levels of organizational requirements. TerraLeap has developed the most robust and admissible features in its LMSs packages to help clients implement on-line training programs for both employees and the students.

Our LMS Features

Student centric features

  • Academic / Education
  • AICC / SCORM Compliant
  • Asynchronous Learning
  • Blended Learning
  • Gradebook
  • Employee Training
  • Mobile Learning
  • Social Learning
  • Student Portal

Management centric features

  • Built-In Course Authoring
  • Certification management
  • Classroom management
  • Corporate business
  • e-Commerce
  • Live / Video Conferencing
  • Testing/Assessment
  • Training companies
  • Skill tracking

Benefits of our LMS

Student centric

  • Tabbed browsing and simplified calendar
  • Catalog browsing and online enrolment
  • Review of progress report online
  • Online personal planner through ‘My Calendar’ feature
  • Permits active participation of trainers and / or participants in discussion forums
  • Personal and Company Calendars
  • Integrated mailbox
  • Assessment of skills and evaluation of learning proficiency
  • Certification programs on course completion

Management centric

  • Review and update learners' progress report and training schedule online
  • Compose and send bulletins to individuals and groups
  • Conduct tests, surveys and evaluations
  • Develop skill assessment and certification programs
  • Record and view user performance appraisals
  • Upload any format of content easily
  • Publish new learning content / modules directly to the web
  • Authorize and distribute conducted tests, surveys, and evaluations
  • Access dynamic content: Our Learning Management System (LMS) encourages self-paced study, conditional material release, and problem-based learning