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The Army Learning Management System (ALMS)
The Army Learning Management System (ALMS) is a Web-based information system that delivers training to Soldiers, manages training information, provides training collaboration, scheduling, and career planning capabilities in both resident and non-resident training environments. Additionally, the ALMS assists Army trainers and training managers in conducting and managing the training of Soldiers and DA civilians throughout their Army careers. In addition to the training at DTFs, Army personnel can access training from anywhere they have access to a computer and the Internet with the development of the new ALMS, which is currently being fielded at TRADOC installations world-wide. In addition to the production system, a content test environment (CTE) provides users with the capability to test content before going live.
For more information about these systems and processes
Use collaborate sessions for e-learning synchronous (virtual face-to-face instruction). The ALMS is a synchronous web delivery solution for conducting virtual or “live” classroom events through the internet. A Centra session allows instructors and students to log on to a common event on the web and from there hear a lecture, participate in two-way discussions, view slides, share a common application, and travel to other web sites on the internet.
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Collaborative Army Training (CAT) on the Distributed Learning System web site