A good range of optional courses is key to building engagement among learners. And in Learn, that means one thing – Catalogues!
In this module you’ll see how all the different Lesson types appear to learners, we’ll look at how to create a Catalogue to share optional Courses, and how to configure approval for Course enrolment.
Tutorials in this module:
- Overview of Lesson types (7m 11s)
- Create and deploy a Catalogue (8m 09s)
- Configure approval for Course enrolment (5m 29s)
Overview of Lesson types
In ‘Learn: The Big Picture’, we introduced the various Lesson types available in Learn. Now we’ll see how those Lessons look to administrators and to learners, and we’ll also and consider how they might be utilised to build engagement among learners.
Create and deploy a Catalogue
To work at their best, Catalogues should contain learning on a range of different subjects. In this video, you’ll see how to create a Catalogue, populate with a variety of courses, and deploy to learners.
Configure approval for Course enrolment
It’s good to offer a range of optional Courses. Some might relate to a learners existing job, or a job to which they aspire. Or perhaps you’ll offer Courses on a range of subjects from health and wellbeing to Excel. For some courses however, there may be a cost involved. And where that’s the case, approval is just what you need.
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