Updates on the Woods Hole terminal reconstruction project and ongoing internal management improvements are on the agenda when Steamship Authority governors hold their monthly meeting in Falmouth this morning.

The meeting begins at 10 a.m. in the administration building on Palmer avenue.

Governors are expected to see a demonstration of a software-based learning management system that the ferry line is switching over to on recommendation of independent consultants at HMS Glosten in Seattle. The new system will replace the paper manuals, memos and updates that boat line employees formerly relied on.

The $60 million shoreside reconstruction project in Woods Hole began a year ago and remains ongoing.

On Wednesday the boat line will air a new design concept for the terminal building at two open house sessions at the Palmer avenues offices, from 3 to 4 and 6 to 7 p.m. Diagrams are posted online.

Also Tuesday governors will go into executive session to discuss civil litigation and the potential lease or acquisition of real estate.

The complete agenda is posted online.