Best LMS WordPress Plugins

Learning Management System (LMS) can be done easily using WordPress with a WordPress LMS plugin. The best place to find free WordPress Plugins is at WordPress.org website.

Below are best WordPress LMS Plugins we found on that WordPress Plugins Repositories.

StudyPress

StudyPress WordPress LMS Plugin

StudyPress is an elearning authoring tool. With this plugin you can easily create multimedia learning content and publish it as slides in your wordpress pages and posts. It can manage courses, lessons and quizzes.
With the help of StudyPress you can easily turns your WordPress into a powerfull learning management system.

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Pros: StudyPress plugin is an creative tool that help you design variety of lessons and tasks in each lesson. Here are some outstanding features of this plugin:

1. Lesson first page (here in full screen. It can be integrated in posts and pages)

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2. Lesson with a multimedia slide

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3. Lesson with a video integration

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4. Quiz first page (here in full screen. It can be integrated in posts and pages)

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5. Multiple choice questions

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6. Quiz result for students

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7. Quiz result details for students

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8. Results of a quiz for teachers

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9. Detailed results of a quiz for teachers

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10. Lesson and quiz ratings (Can be extended for multi criteria ratings)

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11. Course list

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12. Add a new course (categories and authors assignment)

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CoursePress

CoursePress WordPress LMS Plugin

CoursePress turns WordPress into a powerful online learning platform. Set up online courses by creating learning units with quiz elements, video, audio etc. You can also assess student work, sell your courses and much much more.

The easy way to create, manage and sell online courses in WordPress.
CoursePress makes it easy to quickly create courses in WordPress and display them from a beautiful interface. It’s the perfect solution for selling and sharing your knowledge.

Cons: CoursePress WordPress plugin is available in free and paid versions, with a limit of two courses and fewer payment gateway options in the free version.

Pros:  CoursePress comes with pretty element you could imagine needing to construct a course – ranging from video, audio and downloads to interactive elements like multiple choice, uploads, long form answers, forum style discussions and even live chat intergration right there in your course.

It is really simple to setup an absolutely beautiful course, both in terms of the User Experience (UX) and the font end output. CoursePress allows you to create courses with multiple units. You can have multiple pages and elements within each unit.

When you active the plugin, you are guided through a helpful getting started experienced that’ll have your first course setup in minutes, and then you can either choose to use the bundled theme for a beautiful course or enjoy the fact that, like all WPMU DEV plugins, this works really well with much any WordPress theme.

Once you have set up and published your course, test regularly to see what’s working well and what you need to change. Visit your landing page and course pages and try to see it from the viewpoint of an outsider—is UX working well? The good news is that since CoursePress is a WordPress plugin, it won’t be difficult to make quick improvements for better conversions.

Along with full manual student assessment features means that you can sell and provide certification for courses online with absolute ease, through WordPress, at no cost to you.

Educator

CoursePress WordPress LMS Plugin

You can use this plugin to offer online courses on your WordPress website.

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Pros:  Educator WP Plugin adds all the online learning features to your website. This is not only allows you to create courses, lessons and quizzes, but follows theme development best practice by keeping your website content separate from your website template.

Through the Educator plugin you can also charge for access to your courses using PayPal, cash or check payments. This plugin includes support for adding users to your website as lectures to manage and grade the learning content on your LMS platform.

Students can  sign up and manage their profiles via the font-end forms, with the ability to check their grades online they progress through the courses.

With a clean and clear appearance, backed up by lots of useful online learning related features, Educator WordPress plugin is well worth a closer look.

Namaste! LMS images

Namaste! LMS is a learning management system for WordPress. Supports unlimited number of courses, lessons, assignments, students etc. You can create various rules for course and lesson access and completeness based on assignment completion, test results, or manual admin approval.

Cons: There are two versions of the plugin: pro version and free version. The pro version is only allowed to be used on one site. And while the pro version looks like a fully featured plugin, the free version is pretty poor and the limitations (and extra expenses) of the pro plugin make it a pretty pricey choice.

Pros: Namaste! lets you assign different user roles to work with the LMS and other roles who will manage it.

Students can earn certificates upon completing courses.

Namaste LMS is a plugin designed to specifically turn WordPress into an LMS, and  it’s got lots of different features.

Assignments are dealt with as a custom post types, and as such fully customizable.

The plugin is set up with a number of different modules, and the pro version includes a range of other different features:

– Create classes and limit access to courses bases on them.

– Assign teachers to the classes to have your team members manage content.

– Delay access to courses and classes.

– Reorder courses and classes.

– Shortcodes to let users sign-up for classes.

– Progress bar shows how users do in each course.