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E-learning

What are the main objectives of the


solution?

Content Friendly: Build courses by re-using presentations or


videos you already have or by using content from web-sources.
Certifications: Issue certifications with varying duration. Easily
support various compliancy scenarios that require re-
certifications on predefined intervals.
Rich communication tools: With support for internal email,
Calendar and Discussion forums
Assessments Engine: Support for multiple types of questions and
a variety of test types.
Curricula: Skills –oriented curricula, based on the idea that
becoming skilful is not just training or just learning, but the result
of an integrated learning process, consisting of individual and
group learning, training and practice.
What are the main objectives of the
solution?

E-commerce: Extensive support for e-commerce. Videoconference


support: Built-in support for Videoconferencing support for virtual
classes
Offline learning: Support for content downloading and offline
reviewing within the browser.
Learning Paths: portfolios that determine the achievements of a
student for him/herself and the teachers
Branching: individualise the learning environment for students to
make them tailored to their progress, learning style and their
learning pace
Multilingual: Multilingual support including Albanian Language
System functionalities
Dashboard

The Admin dashboard includes everything you need to effectively


manage your system:
• add users,
• create courses,
• view reports
• manage your account.
System functionalities

Users
The Users section allows you to list, add and manage users. A user can be either an Administrator, a Professor,
a Student or a custom user type

Groups
Groups organize users into logical entities, allowing them to treat all of them as a single entity. You can
communicate to the users of a group directly, assign them courses, or see reports on them.
Groups come with mass actions to synchronize its users with its courses.
The set of permissions and capabilities that you can fine-tune includes whether the user type can view or edit other
Users, Courses, Lessons, Groups, Branches, Skills, Announcements, Themes, etc.
System functionalities
Courses
Courses are owned by the user that creates them, and, who has the ability to
edit the basic course information such as name, category, price, etc. A course
owner can assign more users as Instructors for the course, giving them the
ability to add and modify course content.

There are a few more options for a


course such as :
• a certification to those who have
completed it (as well as the
certification’s duration),
• the intended audience and
language, and
• the branch (department) that offers
it.
System functionalities

Curriculums
• Curriculums are a way of grouping your courses for better
organization, to perform mass actions on all of them, and to sell them
online as a single entity. What Groups are for Users, Curriculums are
for courses.
• There are also a number of advanced settings, such as a code
enabling students to register to the curriculum by themselves, the
branch it belongs to and the certification you get by completing it.
System functionalities
Categories

• Categories are a way of organizing your courses into different themes /


topics, etc. They can be a flat list (e.g Ancient Civilizations, Biology,
Programming, etc) or form nested hierarchies.

You can add a new category


through the “Add category”
button, by entering a name
for your new category and
selecting its parent category
(if it’s supposed to be
nested).
System functionalities

Certificates

Certificates:The Certificates section shows a listing of the certificates


available to be awarded upon the completion of a course. You can edit,
delete or preview existing certificates and add new ones.

Skills: A “skill” describes a specific knowledge or experience that is


either offered by a course (meaning that students who complete the
course “get” that skill) or “required” by a course (meaning that
students need to have that skill, perhaps by completing another course
offering it, in order to take a course).
System functionalities

Reports

• Reports are visualizations of interesting data regarding the system,


the courses and the users.

Upon entering the Reports


section, in the “Systems” tab
you’ll see an overview of "events"
and activity for the current day.
You can adjust the reference
period to yesterday, week, month
and year or set a custom date
range.
Add Course

You can create a new course in the Courses section, by opening the “Add Course” panel and giving it
a name, a category, a type (e-learning or classroom based), and an optional description and
thumbnail image (Avatar).
There are a few more options that can be set for a course if you click to open the “Advanced Settings”. The course will
offer a certification to those who have completed it (as well as the certification’s duration), the intended
audience and language, and the branch (department) that offers it.
Add Lessons

After selecting a course, the user


can view or edit its
Properties, Lessons, Users and Skill
s, through the respective tabs.
The Lessons tab displays a listing of
the lessons contained in the
course, and allows the user
to create new lessons assigned to
the course.
Certificates
The Certificates section shows a listing of the certificates available to be awarded upon thecompletion of a
course. You can edit, delete or preview existing certificates and add new ones.
To add a new certificate, you press the “Add certificate” button (duh!).
A certificate needs a name, and a definition of how it should be presented (as a PDF). The definition is
in the form of an XML template, with all the defaults provided for you, and the option to customize the
presentation and the information shown in the certificate by placing simple pre-defined tags like <grade>,
<username> and <logo>.
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