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Learner Dashboard

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What information is displayed on a learner dashboard? What notifications are displayed to the learner?
 

On logging in, an average learner goes straight to their Dashboard.

 


Note that unlike an Administrator Dashboard, the Learner sees first the course courses to which he is registered, and has neither access to the Management Side Menu, nor to the Platform Settings.

 

A Learner Dashboard mainly consists of the following sections:

  • My courses: Three courses the learner is registered to;
  • Dashboard: Learner statistics ;
  • Community Activity: Latest Community posts ;

And on the vertical left section of the screen, depending on the settings made on the platform, the learner will find : his level, his future face-to-face sessions, his objectives, his groups, news from the platform ...

 

 

My Courses

From his dashboard, the learner has immediate access to his courses for which he is already registered. He can :

  • Resume : to access a course he already started, he can resume his course where he had left it.
  • Begin : to access a course he has not started yet.

The 3 courses displayed on the Learner Dashboard appear according to the following rules:

  • Display by registration date, the course for which registration is the most recent appears on the left;
  • If a course is completed, it will be placed towards the end;
  • If several courses belong to learning paths, they will be classified in the order of the learning path;
  • Registrations for courses on which there has been an update (that is to say modification of time spent, progress or completion status) will be placed at the beginning.

 

 

Dashboard

The Dashboard section contains the main statistics of the learner.

Community Activity (only if activated)

⚙️ You can activate / deactivate the Community section in the dedicated section from the Configuration menu. If the Community feature is deactivated, no activity will appear on the dashboard.

In the central part of the Dashboard, just below the courses to which he is registered, the learner has access to the messages published in the Community space.

Only messages related to his community are displayed here, therefore the messages intended for all, present in the General Table, as well as the Tables to which he is linked (courses he follows, group to which he belongs, etc.).

To do, My objectives, My Groups

On the left banner (outlined in red on the screen above), the learner quickly views:

  • The things he has to do in the To do insert; generally, for an average learner, this is where to view future classroom sessions or virtual classes he has to take.
  • The objective(s) assigned to him. These are his assigned personal objectives (possibly linked to his membership of a group).
  • The groups he belongs to.

Note that for each group created, it can be decided to “hide” membership of this group from its members. In this case, the particular group will not appear on the learner’s Dashboard.

My Account, Search, Calendar, Notifications

From the Screen-top Banner (right side - outlined in green), learners can access the following items:

 

The magnifying glass performs a quick search for course by entering part of the name of the course -> in the window that opens with the different courses matching the search, clicking the name of the course searched will redirect the learner straight to the Course Presentation Sheet in the Catalog.

 

The calendar gives direct access to the learner’s calendar

 

 

The bell allows direct access to notifications

 

 

By clicking their photo or first name, learners can log out of the platform or, more particularly, access their personal account : My Account.

Community, Catalog and My courses

  • Community: The Community tab will only appear if the Community was activated in the configuration.
  • Catalog: The Catalog tab will only appear if either the Catalog or Resource Library, or both, were activated in the configuration.
    In the Catalog, Users can view all course to which it has been decided to give them access. They can request registration for some courses from the Catalog, subject to approval by their line manager.
    The Catalog gives users access to the Resource Library, which contains documents (all kinds of documents, text, videos, iframe, etc.) that may be useful to learners.
  • My course: User can view all course and learning paths for which they have been registered as a learner.

 

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