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Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Allow your users to self-enroll in your account's courses by checking the group's Allow Self Enroll option. After you've enabled this option, you'll want to take advantage of every opportunity to WOW them with your course offerings.
The course enrollment page is like a one-page ad for your course and is your chance to get users interested and excited.
The page combines the course's image and description with your account's description, contact information, and logo.
You can even add a video to further capture their attention.
The course enrollment page lets the user know what the course and your organization are all about and beckons them to enroll today.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Task Completion Notifications
Our latest release helps you keep your fingers on the pulse of learners' course progress.
The new task completion notification feature allows you to send an email notification when a learner completes a task.
This notification is optional and can bet set for any task type, including quizzes and SmarterGames within the system.
The Learner Report's export to CSV feature is sure to be a very useful tool when you want to export learner results for futher analysis, or import into another system.
Tuesday, December 06, 2011
One of the most versatile tools at your disposal is SmarterU's quiz task.
Quizzes are an important tool for measuring your student’s understanding. You can have as many quizzes as you like within a course.
A quiz, versus an “exam” does not transfer a mark for the course, or appear on certificates.
If you already know how to create a quiz, you can easily create a final exam for your course that records the learner's mark.
Creating a final exam is similar to setting up a quiz, but there are a few key things to remember:
- A final exam MUST be the last task in the course. If any tasks are after the final exam, the mark for the course will not be transferred and will appear as 0%.
- The learner's mark for the course will be the mark they earn on their last attempt at the final quiz. If the learner takes a final quiz more than once, only their mark for the last attempt will be recorded.
Just keep these points in mind and you'll be assessing your learners' understanding with final exams in no time!