By following the navigation prompt, training team administrators will be directed to the following screen
Here you'll be able to access all lessons that you and other colleagues have created.
You can organise your lessons by creating folders and then storing certain lessons together in a named folder.
To create a new lesson, Click the button Create content and you'll be directed to the following screen
By assigning a title to your new course and clicking Continue you'll be directed to the next screen
On the right-hand-side of the screen, you'll be prompted to configure a number of lesson settings.
- Description: Some additional text to describe the content of the lesson
- Categories: An additional way to group lessons for reporting purposes
- Cover image: A file image which is attached to the course to help identify the lesson and engage learners
- SCORM package: Here you can upload a lesson from a third-party LMS.
- Course base points: To gamify the process of learning, you may choose to award points to learners when they complete this lesson. This is totally separate from the points learners accrue by completing quizzes within the lesson to derive a quiz score.
- Estimated duration: When you've completed creating the material and tested it, you will be able to document how long it should typically take a leaner to complete the lesson.
- Pass mark: If you add a quiz to the lesson, each completed quiz will result in a percentage score. If the result is higher than the pass mark you set here, the lesson will be classed as a "passed" lesson.
- Content & Library - add this training item to my learners' on-demand course library: If this setting is set to ON, then this course is accessible to everyone (without needing to be assigned) and can be completed anytime by a learner pro-actively. Such courses are made available via E-LEARNING > My learning area > Explore.
- Certification: - this course includes a certificate of completion: If this setting is set to ON, then a certificate is awarded to the learner on completion of the lesson if they pass the lesson (See Pass mark above). Certified Lessons (those lessons which can result in a certificate) are also referenced as Compliance lessons and can be reported on separately in E-LEARNING > Track > Compliance.
- Auto-assign as a manual - Auto-assign converted manual after learner completes this course: If this setting is set to ON, then this lesson can be converted into a pdf manual which can be accessed by the learner at any time via E-LEARNING > My learning area > Learn > Manuals.
- Quiz settings: choose to randomise answers in quizzes and choose whether to provide learners with correct answer to a question if it is answered incorrectly.
On the left-hand-side of the screen, you'll be able to start designing the lesson by adding a lesson module or a quiz.
Add a lesson module
Add a module title and an optional description and then start adding content to the module by clicking the Add section button to reveal options for adding all sorts of media to the section
See our guide How do I style & format lesson content? for more details on the options available.
Add as many modules and as many sections within each module as required.
Add a quiz
A quiz is made up of questions.
Enter the text of the first question, select the question-type, assign the attributed points if the question is correct, and finally create a list of possible answers, one of which is tagged as the correct answer.
Repeat this process to add as many questions as you need.
The maximum overall score for the quiz is ultimately calculated as the sum of all points for the correct answer on each question.
A completed quiz will return a sum of all question points which, when divided by the sum of maximum available points, results in a percentage score for the quiz.
Preview and Saving
You can preview the lesson or save and exit at any time by clicking the relevant link in the top right-hand-corner of the screen.