Uptree Learning Management System
Uptree LMS is an online Learning Management system enabling educators to create their own private website filled with dynamic courses that extend learning, any time, anywhere. Whether you’re a teacher, student, or administrator, Uptree LMS can meet your needs. Uptree LMS’s extremely customizable core comes with many standard features.
Calendar tool helps you keep track of your academic or company calendar, course deadlines, group meetings, and other personal events.
Bulk course creation and easy backup
Add courses in bulk, back up and restore large courses with ease.
Convenient file management
Drag and drop files from cloud storage services including MS OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive.
Collaborative tools and activities
Work and learn together in forums, wikis, glossaries, database activities, and much more.
Customizable site design and layout
Easily customise a Moodle theme with your logo, colour schemes and much more – or simply design your own theme.
Detailed reporting and logs
View and generate reports on activity and participation at the course and site level.
Embed external resources
Teach materials and include assignments from other sites and connect to the grade book in Uptree LMS.
Manage user roles and permissions
Address security concerns by defining roles to specify and manage user access.
Allow users to view course content and learn in their own language, or set it up for multilingual users and organizations.
Built-in media support enables you to easily search for and insert video and audio files in your courses.
Multiple progress tracking options
Educators and learners can track progress and completion with an array of options for tracking individual activities or resources and at the course level.
Notifications and automatic alerts
When enabled, users can receive automatic alerts on new assignments and deadlines, forum posts and also send private messages to one another.
Outcomes and rubrics
Select from advanced grading methods to tailor the grade book to your course and examination criteria.
Peer and self-assessment
Built-in activities such as workshops and surveys encourage learners to view, grade and assess their own and other course members’ work as a group.
Display current, past and future courses, along with tasks due.