LMS365 Learning Module Builder Add-in User Guide

Picture 453LMS365 Learning Module Builder User Guide

Version 3.7

 

 

 

  1. 1. The LMS365 Learning Module Builder

The LMS365 Learning Module Builder is designed for organizing Documents, Videos, SCORM/AICC packages etc. into sequenced learning steps. Learners move to the next step only after they have completed previous one, ensuring progress and making it possible to see where they are in the learning process. There is no better way to expose learners to new concepts in the most efficient order―and to ensure learners are not confused or lost along the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 2. Learning Module Builder Web Part Settings

In the Course Page Settings there is a possibility for you to select which items you want to display on the Course Home page.

 

To start your configuration, please go to the Course Home page, click Course Management link, and on the actions panel select the Course Page Settings. If you have Content Packages or Quizzes added to the course, you will see options for them as well. You have the possibility to hide Content Packages and/or Quizzes if they are a part of a learning module:

 

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Select which items to be displayed on the Web Part, use drag-and-drop to change their order, and then click Save button to save the changes or Cancel button to discard them.

To hide Content Packages, Quizzes or External Apps if they are part of a learning module, switch on the toggle as it shown:

 

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All selected items will be displayed on the Web Part:

 

 

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  1. 3. Create New Learning Module

To create a new Learning Module:

NOTE:

Please be aware that all new Learning Modules, that are added to the Course will automatically be marked as required to complete the Course.

NOTE

To change the completion option, navigate to Course Management actions panel > Course Completion Settings > define the learning items to complete the Course.

 

  1. 1. In the LMS365 Admin Center select Course List in the Course Management section, and then select the required Course;

  2. 2. Сlick Manage Learning Modules on the actions panel on the right side:

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  1. 3. Click Create New Learning Module buttonPicture 504:

 

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  1. 4. Fill in the opened form:

 

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  • Title – specify name of the Learning Module;

  • Description – specify description of the Learning Module. It will be displayed on the Start Page;

  • Published – enable this option to make Learning Module available for Learners (by default, it is disabled). When this option is enabled, two additional fields appear:

 

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    • Start Date – select date and time when Learning Module becomes published and available for Learners;

    • End Date – select date and time when Learning Module becomes unpublished and unavailable for Learners;

 

NOTE:

Published/Unpublished icon is displayed next to the published or unpublished Learning Modules:

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  • Select files to be added to the Learning Module and drag them to the Learning Module editor on the right:

 

  • Embed – select type of embedded item to be included in the Learning Module. Drag the type of item you want to add to the Learning Module to the Learning Module Editor box on the right side of the page.

In the Multimedia section:

    • Microsoft Stream – is an Enterprise Video service where people in one organization can upload, view, and share videos securely. To add this item, drag it to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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Title – specify title for the item;

Embed code field – paste embed code of the video. A preview will be displayed below.

Click Insert to add the item to the Learning Module.

NOTE:

All settings of Microsoft Stream videos are supported and applied in our system (e.g. Responsive view):

 

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    • Microsoft Sway – is an app for creating interactive reports, presentations, personal stories, etc. To add this item, drag it to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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Title – specify title for the item;

Embed code field – paste embed code of the item you want to add. A preview will be displayed below.

Click Insert to add the item to the Learning Module.

 

    • Video items can be added from YouTube or Office Video.

To add video from YouTube drag it to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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To add video from Office Video drag it to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

Title – specify title for the video;

Embed code field – paste embed code of the video. A preview will be displayed below.

Click Insert to add video to the Learning Module.

 

NOTE:

For correct display of Office Video and other documents in the Learning Module in IE 11 user should add learningpath.365.systems to the list of trusted sites on his/her browser. To add it, do the following actions:

  1. 1. Open IE settings > Internet options;

  2. 2. Go to Security tab, select Trusted sites and click Sites;

  3. 3. Type https://learningpath.365.systems in the Add this website to the zone field and click Add.

NOTE:

Office 365 Video portal does not currently allow external sharing.

 

 In the Content section:

    • Content Editor allows create content using rich-text editor:

 

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Title – specify title for your content;

Enter content – insert necessary content.

 It is possible to add media content to the content learning item while creating or editing it.

To do this, use corresponding buttons in rich-text editor to add the necessary media content:

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To insert YouTube video – click YouTube button Picture 454, insert YouTube url, and then click Insert button to insert YouTube video in the learning item:

 

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To upload Video – click Upload Video button Picture 458, and then complete the open form:

 

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            • Choose a file – choose a file from your local computer to be uploaded;

            • Width (px) – specify the width of a video player, in pixels;

            • Height (px) – specify the height of a video player, in pixels.

Click Upload button to upload a video.

 

To upload Audio – click Upload Audio button Picture 470, and then complete the open form:

 

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            • Choose a file – choose a file from your local computer to be uploaded;

            • Width (px) – specify the width of an audio player, in pixels.

To upload Image – click Upload Image button Picture 460, and then complete the open form:

 

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  • Choose a file – choose a file from your local computer to be uploaded;

  • Width (px) – specify the width of an image, in pixels;

  • Height (px) – specify the height of an image, in pixels.

Click Upload button to upload an image.

 

To Upload File – click Upload File button Picture 463, choose a file from your local computer, and then click Upload button to add a file to the question:

 

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You can also insert script to the Content item using View HTML buttonPicture 45:

 

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    • Quizzes – select Quizzes created within the LMS365 Quiz Builder on this web, and then click Insert button to add them to the Learning Module:

 

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    • Content Packages – there is a possibility to upload Content Packages or to use the existing Content Packages. To upload a new Content Package, click the Upload a Content Package button:

 

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If you want to cancel the uploading process, click Cancel button. The following notification will be opened after cancelling the uploading process:

 

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The time to upload the package will depend on the size and the speed of your connection. Progress of package upload will be indicated by the progress bar.

NOTE:

Max file size that can be uploaded is 1 GB.

 

Complete the opened form to add a new package:

 

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  • Title – defines a name as it will appear in the headings and links throughout the site. Enter name for the uploaded content package. If this field is not filled, a validation message will appear;

  • Description – defines a descriptive text that will help site visitors use the resource. Enter description text for the uploaded content package;

  • Sharing by Course– determines the definite place from where the Content Package was uploaded;

  • Sharing to – defines the type of access to the SCORM package:

  • Not shared – the Content Package will be used only by the Course or Course Catalog, where it was uploaded;

  • Sharing to Courses – the Content Package will be able to view/edit by selected Courses;

  • Sharing to Course Catalogs – only selected Course Catalogs will be able to view/edit the uploaded Content Package;

  • Shared to all – everyone will be able to view/edit the uploaded Content Package.

 

There are two types of access to the uploaded Content Package: read only means that the changes are not allowed, read and edit means that there is a possibility to make changes in the Content Package.

 

  • Allowed number of Attempts per User – specify the number of attempts a user can take the content package (default value is set to 1);

NOTE:

For Lynda AICC packages the number of attempts is always set to 1. User who has once passed the package cannot pass it repeatedly.

 

  • Timeout between attempts – specify the period between attempts (can be specified in seconds, minutes, hours, days or weeks);

  • Open Player in separate window – select this option to open SCORM & AICC Player in a separate window. If the option is unselected, Player will be opened on the same page. Please note that when this option is checked, the following options will be hidden – Show node completion status, Use control mode flow for all nodes, Show navigation controls, and Show Table of Content.

 

NOTE:

If you select “Open Player in separate window” option for external packages (e.g. Lynda packages), Advanced Settings will be hidden on Edit Content Package form.

The system automatically determines which content type (SCORM or AICC) is uploaded and depending on this separates Advanced Settings for each type. To specify content package settings, click Advanced Settings link:

 

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In the opened window select necessary settings.

For SCORM content type they are as follows:

  • Show statistics for learner – select this option to show the result page after completing the SCORM attempt;

  • Treat complete as passed – select this option to consider the complete status as passed;

  • Finish by lessons status – select this option to specify, if an attempt is finished when lesson status for all elements is set;

 

After this option is selected, 2 options will automatically be selected:

  • Redirect to statistics page when completed – automatically redirects user to statistics page when SCORM is completed;

  • Go to next SCO automatically – automatically moves user to the next SCO element. Works only for Intermediate SCO element;

If “Go to next SCO element automatically” option is checked, the system automatically moves to the next SCO element if the element is intermediate.

If the system receives from LMS Finish Positive status (completed/passed), it automatically moves to the next SCO element. If the system receives another status, nothing happens:

 

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  • Show node completion status - select this option to display the current completion status of SCORM items;

  • Use control mode flow for all nodes – this option is selected by default for sequencing control flow. It is used for a better end-user experience with different kinds of SCORM packages. If this option is selected, after attempting to take the SCORM, you will be redirected right to the SCORM (questions or description if there is any). If the option is not selected, the sequencing flow may be violated for the SCORMS where the control flow is set to False by default. The corresponding message will appear. The SCORM content is to be selected manually on the Tools menu. Select/do not select this option depending on how you want to implement the sequencing;

NOTE:

In SCORM 1.2 if SCO element has completed status = “Passed” or “Competed”, the system automatically moves to the next SCO element. If SCO element has completed status = “Failed” or “Incomplete”, the system does not move to the next SCO element.

In SCORM 2004 if among SCO element with completed or success status, there is at least one element with status “Passed” or “Competed”, the system automatically moves to the next SCO element.

NOTE:

If “Go to next SCO automatically” option is unchecked, to move to the next SCO element, user should click Next button.

 

  • Allow user to resume incomplete attempt if Completion Status ='No' – this option allows users continue an incomplete attempt when SCORM completion status ='No'. Some SCORM packages set this status immediately when starting a SCORM resulting in New Attempt button being displayed to the Learner instead of Continue button;

In the table below possibility to continue attempt depending on status is described:

 

Completion Status

Success Status

Possibility to Continue Attempt

Yes

Yes

Continue is impossible - it is successful attempt

Yes

No/Empty

Continue is impossible - this can only happen in SCORM 2004 if ‘Treat Completed as Passed’ is disabled

Empty

Any Status

Continue is possible - such attempt is incomplete, it is not finished attempt. i.e. you can Suspend the attempt

No

Any Status

Continue is possible

 

NOTE:

Continue button opens the last from Incomplete and “Incomplete with completion status=No” attempts (it depends on their order). After clicking Continue button, User is redirected to the SCO element on which he/she stopped last time.

 

  • Submit result to LMS asynchronously – select this option to allow Content Package to send results to the server asynchronously in order not to interrupt proceeding the attempt;

 

NOTE:

If your Content Package has been built by the ISpring Suite provider, please enable this option for the correct work of the package. If you are unsure whether the package supports such option, please contact your SCORM Authoring Tool vendor.

 

  • Show navigation controls - select this option to display the buttons for switching between the SCORM items. After this option is selected 3 options will automatically be selected:

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You can also select these options separately.

  • Show Table of Content – select this option to display the table of content in the SCORM Player. The width of the table of content can be set in pixels.

 

For AICC content type advanced settings are as follows:

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  • Show Submit button – select this option to display Submit button in the Player;

  • Automatically Close the Player – select this option to automatically close the Player after passing the AICC package.

NOTE:

‘Show Submit button’ and ‘Automatically close the Player’ are mutually exclusive options (i.e. you can choose only one of them).

 

Click Save button to save the settings or Cancel button to go back to the Add a Content Package form.

 

The uploaded package appears both in Learning Module Builder and in the Content Package Storage. The user can view whether the SCORM was added to a Course or not (Added to Course column), sort the Content package there by title, the user who modified and by the version. To add the existing or uploaded Content Package to the current Learning Module, click the required Content Package, after that click the Insert button:

 

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The Content Package will appear in Learning Module Editor; after that you can either add more Content Packages or choose the other content, then click Save button:

 

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NOTE:

When creating a Learning Module on the course site, it is also possible to add an external app to it if any are added to the course already:

 

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To add an external app, drag this item to the Learning Module Editor box, and then select the needed to be inserted:

 

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    • Microsoft Forms – is an app for creating surveys, quizzes, and polls, and easily see results as they come in. To add this item, drag it to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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Title – specify title for the item;

Embed code field – paste embed code of the item you want to add. A preview will be displayed below.

Click Insert to add the item to the Learning Module.

 

    • Read and Understood Confirmation ensures that Learner has read and understood all the information presented in the Learning Module:

 

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It can be added after all items at the end of the list or after particular item (e.g. you put this option after the third item > Learner confirms that he has read and understood these three items):

 

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There are two types of Confirmation: Simple check box and Authorization. In the second case, user will need to enter his credentials to proceed or finish Learning Module.

    • Link to documents and files item provides internal documents from SharePointOnline. To add internal documents, drag this item to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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Title – specify title for the document / file;

Enter Link – paste link of the document / file.

Click Insert to add document / file to the Learning Module.

 

System auto detects document type (.doc, .docx, .ppt, .jpg, .jpeg, etc.) and shows icon for it. While passing the Learning Module a link to document / file will open in a new tab. In the current step of the Learning Module the following form will appear:

 

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NOTE:

If you want the system to open your document inside Learning Module using Word Online, use the restricted link for it (in classic SharePoint):

 

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If you use “modern” library experience, select link for ‘People with existing access’:

 

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    • External Website Link / URL item allows adding external website links / URL.

 

NOTE:

External website link can be embedded into the LMS365 Players only if it is optimized for being embedded.

 

To add necessary link:

  1. 1. Drag this item to the Learning Module Editor box and fill in the opened form:

 

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Title – specify title for the website link;

Enter Link – paste link of the website link. A preview will be displayed below.

Size – specify size of the web site content.
Open In a New Tab – define
the way to open the web content (either in the new tab or in the Player).

 

  1. 2. Click Insert to add website link to the Learning Module.

 

If Open In a New Tab option is selected, the following form will appear while passing the Learning Module:

 

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To edit an embedded item:

  1. 1. Press Edit button Picture 30on the right of the item:

 

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  1. 2. Make the necessary changes to the item.

  2. 3. Press “Insert” button to save the changes.

 

  • Documents – select documents to be included in the Learning Module. You can create new documents, upload new documents or select already uploaded files by clicking on the file name and dragging it to the Learning Module editor:

 

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The system supports the following file types (depending on codes and browsers, there will be some differences):

  • .doc;

  • .docx;

  • .xls – automatically downloaded due to limitations of Excel Viewer;

  • .xlsx;

  • .ppt;

  • .pptx;

  • .pdf;

  • .png;

  • .jpg;

  • .jpeg;

  • .bmp;

  • .tiff – automatically downloaded as default file;

  • .svg;

  • .gif;

  • .mp4;

  • .avi, .mpg (mpeg-1 and mpeg-2) - can be downloaded by clicking on appropriate link;

  • .flv – played with a help of mediaelement.js using flash;

  • .mp3;

  • .wav – played in Chrome, Firefox (if it is a PCM file https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WAV), but is not played in IE.

A link to the original file is provided for all media files available to end user.

 

When you drag an item to the Learning Module Editor, it is removed from the list of documents. You can drag it back or click Delete button Picture 392 to return it. This will not delete the document from the library, but only remove it from the editor field. If you delete embed video from the Learning Module editor, it is removed and is not stored.

You can reorder the list of added items by clicking on the dots symbol (Picture 20 ) and dragging files to the right position:

 

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  1. 5. Click Save button to save the Learning Module or Cancel button to discard the creation.

 

    1. 3.1 Managing Documents

Documents used for Learning Module creation are stored in a separate Document Library on the web that can be accessed from the Learning Module creation form or using a direct link.

Click Go to the Learning Module Documents Library button on the Documents field:

 

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There you can create new documents using Office Online, upload existing files, edit and manage uploaded files:

 

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    1. 3.2 Managing Content Packages

 

For better user experience you can create and manage the Content Packages from Learning Modules. For more information see The LMS365 SCORM & AICC Player User Guide.

You can also get access to them by clicking Course Management > Course List > Required Course > Manage Learning Module > Required Learning Module > Edit Learning Module > Content > Content packages:

 

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    1. 3.3 Managing Quizzes

 

Quizzes used for Learning Module creation are created and managed via the LMS365 Quiz Builder. For more information see The LMS365 Quiz Builder User Guide.

You can also get access to them by clicking Course Management > Course List > Required Course > Manage Learning Module > Required Learning Module > Edit Learning Module > Content > Quizzes.

 

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  1. 4. Editing a Learning Module

To edit a Learning Module, do the following:

  1. 1. Click the Course Management, choose the Course List, and click the required Course. On the actions panel click Manage Learning Modules:

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  1. 2. Select the needed Learning Module from the list and click the button Picture 467 . Click Edit Learning Module buttonPicture 398 in the actions panel:

 

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  1. 3. Change settings of the Learning Module:

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  1. 4. Click Save button to save the changes or Cancel button to discard them.

  1. 5. Managing Learning Modules

To manage (e.g. set fixed order of passing Learning Modules for Learners and set prerequisites), do the following:

 

  1. 1. Click the Course Management.

  2. 2. Choose the Course List.

  3. 3. Click the required Course.

  4. 4. Choose Manage Learning Modules on the actions panel and click it:

 

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  1. 5. In the list of Learning Modules reorder the list by clicking on the dots symbol (Picture 22 ) and dragging items to the right position:

 

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  1. 6. Click the Lock column next to the Learning Modules to set prerequisites:

 

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  1. 7. A lock icon will appear next to the Learning Module. It means that the Learning Module cannot be started until all previous Learning Modules have been passed.

To set prerequisites for all list use Lock icon on top of the column:

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  1. 8. Click Save Changes above the list of Learning Modules:

 

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  1. 6. Viewing Details of a Learning Module

To view details of all Learner’s attempts of the Learning Module, do the following actions:

  1. 1. In the LMS365 Admin Center click Content Management, select Course List, click the required Course and choose Manage Learning Module on the Actions Panel:

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  1. 2. Select the needed Learning Module from the list and click View Learner’s Details button Picture 497 in the actions panel:

 

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  1. 3. Information about the selected Learning Module will be displayed:

 

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  • Name – shows name of Learner;

  • Action menu Picture 502 – allows to open Learning Module attempt in preview mode and delete attempts:

 

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To export details of the Learning Module, click Export to Excel link:

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The information will be saved in the .xlsx format on your local computer.

  1. 7. Reports

Reporting functionality is available in the LMS365 Learning Module Builder for owners and contains information related to Learning Modules. The system allows creating two types of reports: by Learner and by Training. Reports are scoped to site level.

 

To view Reports, do the following actions:

 

  1. 1. Click the required Course on the Course list. On the opened actions panel click Reports:

 

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There you can select from two types of reports:

  • -Learner Reports – show information about Learners’ training;

  • -Training Reports – show information about Learning Module.

 

    1. 7.1 Learner Reports

To create a Learner Report, do the following actions:

 

  1. 1. On the opened Reports page select group by Learner from the drop-down list and use filters to customize information that will be included in your Report

 

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  • Select – select a learner from the dropdown list to include information only about this learner;

  • Include – select type of learners to include in the report: Active, Deleted (disabled users are also shown in Deleted Learners type) or All;

  • Start Date – set start date for the Report;

  • End Date – set end date for the Report;

 

NOTE:

Start and End Date filtration is based on the status of attempts made in the selected period of time.

 

  1. 2. Click Create Report. An .xlsx report will be created and downloaded to your computer. It contains the following information:

 

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        • Information about all learner’s attempts:

  • Learner’s name – shows name of Learner;

  • Email – shows Learner’s email address;

  • Department – shows user’s department (information is taken from User List);

  • Number of Learning Modules – shows number of Learner’s Learning Modules;

  • Completion status – shows percent of completed Learning Modules;

  • Date Completed – shows date of Learning Module completion;

  • Passed – shows percent of passed Learner’s Learning Modules;

  • Score – shows Learner’s average score for Learning Modules;

  • Average time – reflects the average time the Learner spends in the Learning Modules;

  • Attempts – shows number of attempts that Learner made to complete all his Learning Modules;

  • Information about each Learning Module on which learner made attempts:

    • Learning Module Title – shows Learning Module’s title;

    • Status – shows Learner’s completion status;

      • oNot Started – the Learning Module has not been started yet;

      • oIn Progress – Learner has started the attempt, but has not completed it;

      • oNew Attempt – Learner has failed an item (SCORM/AICC packages or Quiz) in the Learning Module;

      • oLocked – the Learning Module has prerequisites and cannot be started by Learner;

      • oCompleted – Learner has successfully completed the Learning Module.

    • Passed – shows passed status of Learner’s Learning Module;

    • Score – shows Learner’s score for Learning Module;

    • Average time – reflects the time Learner spends in the Learning Module while completing it:

 

NOTE:

If the Lerner starts the Learning Module and then makes a pause without leaving the browser session, the time counter will not be paused. The counter will continue tracking the time spent in the player.  

If the Learner starts the Learning Module but closes the window, the time counter will be stopped. The time tracking will be resumed once the Learner is back to the Learning Module. In this case the average time shows the exact time the Learners spend in the Learning Modules. 

 

 

  • Attempts – shows number of attempts that Learner made to complete this Learning Module.

    1. 7.2 Training Reports

To create a Training Report, do the following actions:

 

  1. 1. On the opened Reports page select group by Training from the drop-down list and use filters to customize information that will be included in your Report

 

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  • Select – select a Learning Module from the dropdown list to include information only about this Learning Module;

  • Include – select type of learners to include in the report: Active, Deleted (disabled users are also shown in Deleted Learners type) or All;

  • Start Date – set start date for the Report;

  • End Date – set end date for the Report.

 

NOTE:

Start and End Date filtration is based on the status of attempts made in the selected period of time.

 

  1. 2. Click Create Report. An .xlsx report will be created and downloaded to your computer. It contains the following information:

 

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  • Information about the Learning Module:

  • Learning Module Title – shows name of the Learning Module;

  • Created Date – shows date of Learning Module creation;

  • Number of Learners – shows number of learners for this Learning Module;

  • Number of Attempts – shows total number of attempts of this Learning Module by all learners;

  • Average Time – shows average time that all Learners spent on this Learning Module;

  • Score – shows average score on this Learning Module;

  • Date Completed – shows date of Learning Module completion;

  • Information about attempts made:

  • Learner’s name – shows name of Learner

  • Email – shows Learner’s email address;

  • Account – shows user’s account;

  • Department – shows user’s department (information is taken from User List);

  • Status – shows Learner’s completion status;

      • oNot Started – the Learning Module has not been started yet;

      • oIn Progress – Learner has started the attempt, but has not completed it;

      • oNew Attempt – Learner has failed an item (SCORM/AICC packages or Quiz) in the Learning Module;

      • oLocked – the Learning Module has prerequisites and cannot be started by Learner;

      • oCompleted – Learner has successfully completed the Learning Module.

 

  • Passed – shows passed status of Learner’s attempt;

  • Number of Attempts – shows number of Learner’s attempts;

  • Average Time – reflects the time the Learner spends on the Learning Module:

 

NOTE:

If the Lerner starts the Learning Module and then makes a pause without leaving the browser session, the time counter will not be paused. The counter will continue tracking the time spent in the player.  

If the Learner starts the Learning Module but closes the window, the time counter will be stopped. The time tracking will be resumed once the Learner is back to the Learning Module. In this case the average time shows the exact time the Learners spend in the Learning Modules. 

 

 

  • Score – shows average score on this Learning Module and each Learner’s score;

  • Date Completed – shows date of Learning Module completion.

  1. 8. Language

Out of the box LMS365 Learning Module Builder is translated to English language only.

 

NOTE:

Out of the box LMS365 Learning Module Builder English translation can be modified the same way as it is translated to other languages.

NOTE:

The LMS365 Learning Module Builder translation is applied for the whole tenant.

 

To add translation to alternate language(s) for the LMS365 Learning Module Builder, use Language Files section in Global settings:
 

    1. 1. Click Global Settings > Settings > Language Files > Learning Module Builder. Language Settings page will open:

 

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    1. 2. Select an alternative language in the Select Language drop-down (a list of all possible alternative languages is displayed):

 

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  • On the opened Language Settings page type your translation for each phrase in Your choice column and click Save:

 

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OR

  1. 1. Click ‘Export’ to save the language file to your local computer;

  2. 2. Edit the downloaded .xlsx file locally filling in the ‘Custom Values’ column:

 

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  1. 3. Click Import and select the edited language file from your local computer.

  2. 4. Translation from Custom Values column will be displayed in Your choice. Click Save to save the translation.

 

NOTE:

The new translation is applied after page reload.

NOTE:

Prerequisite for presenting LMS365 sites (and also the LMS365 Learning Module Builder) in more than one language: alternate language(s) should be chosen in site collection’s Site Settings -> Language settings.

 

Rules of presenting LMS365 sites (and also the LMS365 Learning Module Builder) in different languages (specified by priority from high to lower):

  1. 1. The language preferences stored in the user profile. (It takes some time before user language preferences are applied after you change them). See link where to find these preferences.

  2. 2. If no language preference is defined in the user profile, the language preferences stored in the user's web browser are used. (You should reopen browser session if you change browser language preference). See link where to find these preferences.

  3. 3. If no language preferences are defined in the user's profile and web browser, the default site language is used.

NOTE:

 

If you need the LMS365 Learning Module Builder be presented only in one specific language, you have to create Site collection (where the LMS365 Learning Module Builder will be added) in that language and not choose any alternative languages.

 

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