These are short animations that will teach you about using LAMS.
- The LAMS Tutorials are created using DebugMode Wink presentation authoring software.
- To view the winks, you'll need a Flash Player installed. You can download one for free from the Adobe Website
- These Animations are made available under the conditions specified in the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.
When you are finished viewing each Wink, click the Back button in your browser to return to this page.
These Animations are stored on an Australian Server, marked with, and also a UK Mirror
For a faster download, choose the server that is closest to you.
- An Introduction to LAMS 2.0 Check out this Wink if you've never used LAMS before, or want to find out about the new features in Version 2.0
The Authoring environment is where LAMS sequences are created and modified.
These tutorials will introduce you to the authoring environment, and there are a few neat tricks in here as well.
LAMS 2.1 Branching Animations
These animations relate to the upcoming release of LAMS 2.1
- Creating Branching Activities based on Teacher Selection
- Creating Branching Activities based on Grouping Tools
- Creating Branching Activities based on Tool Outputs
The Monitoring Environment is where LAMS instructors can view their Learner's progress through a sequence.
- Overview of the Monitoring Environment
- How to Run a Class
- Using Live Edit; Live Edit is a feature available in LAMS 2.0.3 that allows you to modify sequences that have already been started.
- Monitoring Student's Progress
Learners are the Main users of LAMS, participating in sequences that are created by Authors.
Learners may also want to check out the Activity Tutorials below for more specific information.
These winks relate to Specific Activities in LAMS, and contain information on how to use activities in the Authoring, Learning and Monitoring Environments.
Shibboleth Joint Trust Federation
- LAMS can now integrate with a Shibboleth Trust Federation to share Lessons, Students and Roles between two seperate LAMS servers.
LAMS works well as a stand-alone e-learning system. It can also be integrated with other educational software such as a Learning Management System (LMS) / Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). A LAMS integration is module built for a specific LMS/ VLE that it handles the communication between the two systems. This module acts as a bridge between them making them behave as one unified system.
- Moodle Integration
- Blackboard Integration
- Sakai Integration
- dotLearn Integration
If you spot any mistakes in these animations, Please contact Jeremy Page at MELCOE: