Tips & tricks Sina Burghardt · 1 month ago
With the current Coursepath update, the library and “My courses” in the academy have been merged into one page. The homepage can be designed by the academy manager using individually created sections. Find out what the sections are suitable for and which applications we recommend in this article.
Define a section that includes only courses that members are enrolled in and are attending. When creating a new section, choose “Courses” on the “Content” tab. Leave out the “Target group” and select the corresponding roles in the “Role” tab.
If you check the box “Participants” here, the academy members will only see the courses they are enrolled in. Additionally, if you select “Last Activity (Descending)” the “Sort by” drop-down menu within the “Content” tab, participants will always see the courses they have worked on most recently first. This way they can easily continue learning where they left off or quickly see which courses they have not been active in for a longer time.
Give authors or trainers an overview of the courses they have created or administered by creating an according section. In the tab “Role” you can select trainer and author accordingly.
How to set up the homepage and create sections, we have summarized step by step in a blog post.
Recommend courses to your learners by creating a new section. When creating a new section you can do so by first selecting courses in the tab “Content”. To display only courses in which academy members are not yet enrolled, check the box “Not enrolled” in the tab “Role”. Note that only those courses that are available for self-enrollment, registration, or public access will be displayed. Courses available by invitation only will not be displayed here as per usual.
Creating such a section allows you to offer academy members interesting and helpful courses. You can filter even more detailed and, for example, categorize them by department. Use the groups for academy members and create one group per department. When creating the section, you can then additionally select the group Sales in the tab “Target group”. The section filtered in this way will then only be displayed to members who are in the Sales group.
Instead of showing the same courses to all employees, you can create sections by language. Thus, for example, only French courses are displayed to French-speaking employees, but not German or Dutch courses.
To do this, select the respective language in the “Content” tab when creating the section. You can select one or more languages. On the start page, the created section will then display the courses that are setup in the corresponding language. This is independent of the language settings for the academy in general and the language the members themselves select for the platform.
In England there are different safety precautions than in Germany? In France, a new fire safety regulation has come into force which is not relevant for the other branches? Filter by country in the sections and display the courses only to those academy members who work in the respective country.
To do this, select the checkbox for the country in the “Target group” tab when creating the country section. Again, you can choose one or more countries. Please note that only those countries appear in the selection that are stored in the profiles of academy members.
You had already created categories for your course library? These categories will be retained when the new homepage is launched. When updating, sections are automatically created that filter according to the categories of your academy. So if you do not want to use or try out the new function immediately, you do not need to do anything just yet.
You want to create a new section for a category? To do this, filter for the corresponding category in the “Content” tab when creating the section. If required, you can also display several categories in one section.
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