Learning Management Systems

There are many ways EBSCOhost content can be integrated directly into your LMS! All of the different methods include:

Persistent Links

Persistent links are links which permanently point to an article, search, or publication. They can be used from within the LMS to link to individual course-related articles, for example.
  • EBSCO content added as another module to an existing non-EBSCO course.
  • Each title links directly to article PDT/HTML
  • No usage tracking (SCORM) invoked
  • EBSCO and/or customer would create this page. Format and content would vary according to customer's needs
  • Customer would be responsible for integrating within the LMS.

RSS Feeds

RSS Feeds can be setup to display up-to-date search results, or the latest articles in a specific publication. A feed can be setup to a subject specific to a course.
  • EBSCO content added as another module to an existing non-EBSCO course.
  • Each title links directly to article PDF/HTML
  • No usage tracking (SCORM) invoked
  • EBSCO and/or customer would create this page. Format and content would vary according to customer's needs
  • Customer would be responsible for integrating within the LMS.

Multiple Article Course

A course can be setup comprising of several EBSCO Articles.
  • EBSCO content integrated as a 4 module (SCO) course within the LMS.
  • Example shows how the course is displayed to the user by the LMS course viewer.
  • Each module would be tracked (SCORM) separately.
  • Number of articles (modules) to be used within a single course is based on customer's preference.

Single Article Course

A course can be setup comprising of several EBSCO Articles.
  • EBSCO content integrated as a single module (SCO) course within the LMS.
  • Example shows how the course is displayed to the user by the LMS course viewer without the need for module navigation.