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Creating learning paths

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Access : Side Menu > Learning Paths > Create

 

Only Administrators and Partner Administrators have permissions to create a new Learning Path.

 

To create a Learning Path, simply enter :

  • Path name
  • Perimeter : Internal or Partner, in which case you must specify the name of the Partner Platform on which the created path will be available. Thus, unlike course (which can be multi-perimeter), a learning path can only be associated with a single Platform.

⚠️ Once the perimeter is defined, it can no longer be changed.

 

Optionally, it is possible to:

  • Make the Path sequential, in which case you will have to take the learning Path in the order in which the courses are displayed.
  • Create a forum specific to the Path created, by checking the Forum Category box. In this case, the forum created will have the same name as the Path.

Then click on Next to create it. You can then build it.

 

Building a Learning Path

 

 

On the right side of your screen you will access the list of your learning paths. By clicking on ➕ you can add the chosen course to your course.

You can also add Certificates, by clicking on ➕, in the Certificate component. It is located at the bottom of the side list on the right.

 

By clicking and dragging the icon in the form of 3 horizontal bars in front of the course added within the course you can, drag and drop the corresponding course in order to place it on top or on bottom within your path.

 

When you add a certificate, you must select it from the existing templates. You must therefore create it beforehand in the Certificates Section (Side Menu > Certificates > Create).

 

You can choose to issue the certificate even if the course has not been successfully completed. The learner will therefore receive the certificate concerned at the end of the course even if he has not obtained the minimum score expected in the various quizzes that make up the course. All you have to do is check the corresponding box (Issue a certificate even if the course has not been successfully completed).

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