○ Setting up personal learner advice
- You have created a long learning journey and you would like to offer learners the possibility to directly start an activity without having to scroll down.
- You want to help learners decide with which activity to start.
- You want to make it easy for learners to continue with the next activity in queue, or to return to the overview.
- You want to stimulate learners to finish activities in the order that they are placed in the learning journey.
Which role do you need?
Click the Templates tab and Edit. Go to the Template tab. There you will find the Personal learner advice.
1) Course overview
When using the advice box, learners will see an advice on top of their learning journey that contains an activity to start right away.
2) After finishing an activity
After learners finish an activity, a popup with advice will appear.
Progress update popup
This setting concerns the Progress in the example below.
Back to overview instead of continue
This setting sends learners back to the overview at the end of the activity instead of continuing with the next activity. This can be useful for example if you want to create a knowledge base instead of a learning journey.
Advice box in update popup
This concerns the Advice in the example below. The learner can now click Start at the advice to start the advised activity.
If you disable this option, the learner will only have the option to go back to the overview.
If you turn off both options, learners will go to the next activity right away after completing an activity. Which activity this is, depends on how the advice works.
3) How the advice works
Which advice learners get, depends on the settings.
Check this option when you have created an adaptive learning journey. The advice will depend on the learning objective that needs most work to be completed.
Only activities in adaptive blocks will be advised.
First available activity
Let's say that the learner starts their 3rd activity in the learning journey. After finishing it, the advice will be to first finish the first activity.
The advice will be the next activity after the current activity in the learning journey.
Let's say that the learner starts the first activity, but skips to the last content part right away. The advice will be to continue this first activity, because it hasn't been completed.
- Tutorial: How do I create a simple learning journey?
- Tutorial: How do I create an adaptive learning journey for the learner?
- Tutorial: Create a template with alternative styling, without a learning journey learning line