Content Authoring & Management
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We have over 400+ pieces of content in our system and did not do the best job of ensuring all custom fields + tags were as accurate as they should have been. The custom fields + tags are pulled into the catalogs to help a customer search through our content to find what is relevant to them. We need to basically conduct an audit of every single piece of content and the custom fields + tags that are attached. Does anyone know if there is a report you can run to do this? Or do we have to go into each individual content item, check the custom fields + tags and basically maintain a spreadsheet outside of TI to do this? Thanks for the help!
We’ve set up a “choose your topics” learning path where the learner first goes through an introduction to the topic, then they choose which areas they need/want to learn more about. The Learning Path then assigns the next topics based on what they’ve selected. The learner can choose one, two, or all three topics. This was my first attempt so I kept it simple. In the future I’d love to build out learning paths that assign content based on a learner’s experience, answers to a pre-test, or different levels of difficulty. Is anyone else using Adaptive Learning Paths and if so, what are the scenarios?
We created a course group in our sandbox environment and promoted/copied it to our production environment. Once in production, we created one session from the course group before we realized that two of the sections of the course group had not been published. We immediately published them in the main course group, but ever since then when we create a new session from it, one of the two sections that weren’t originally published still creates one of those sections as unpublished in the new session (even though both sections are now published in the course group). Has anyone else run across this bug? If so, have you figured out a solution/fix for it?thanks,
Hey everyone! I have submitted a help ticket on this issue and received feedback that this is now the intended function of the question library. However, I’m wondering if this new intended function has caused any difficulty for y’all. We believe this change happened in late Spring of this year as we built all of our quizzes in Fall of last year and early this year, so we have not built as many quizzes since to notice, but now it’s starting to become an issue in terms of QA-ing questions.Here’s the actual issue I’m referring to:In the question library, I noticed that the questions were being added in the reverse order, where newly added questions appear at the top rather than being added to the bottom in the category. This means that what was originally supposed to be question #1 will appear as the last question when added to the library and/or an assessment page. Prior to May of this year, when a question was added, it would remain at the top of the list and any subsequent questions wo
Hi TI Community, My organization would like to better organize our current content using tags. We are using TI for internal training (compliance training, role-specific training, and onboarding) and use content types like courses, articles, SCORM, VILT, and ILTs. We’d love to hear your examples/ideas since we are fairly new to utilizing TI and its tagging feature. What tagging strategy does your company/organization use? Do you prefer to organize it by departments/teams? Any and all suggestions are welcome! Thanks,Andy
We are fairly new to Ti and have not yet fully set up my part of the organization into using it. However I am in the process of planning out certain things and one of these are ILT/VILT sessions we have with parts of the organization once per week. We host a live and virtual session (large conference room, joined via zoom, then remote learners join the zoom session). The presenter does their thing, and a team processes the recording then uploads into our current LMS (Docebo). We’ve been tasked with finding a way of tracking those that attended live versus those that watched the recording. Right now, the only way we can do it is to extract the participants list from Zoom and upload it into the course in Docebo, then mark them as complete. I’m curious if anyone already using Ti has something in place with similar metrics they are trying to track. If so, how are you doing it? How do you correlate “this video” or “this course” is equilivant to “this VILT” in Ti?
We have custom fields that allow multiple values - and sometimes this would help our customers narrow down their options when searching in the catalog. Right now when they choose a value, that custom field section disappears and they cannot choose a 2nd value. Am I missing some way to change this?Thank you!
I’m building a learning path, and I’ve limited the days of access after enrollment to 180 days. However, the learning path is composed of courses that all have 90 days as their “limit days of access after enrollment.” will this contradiction of access days affect learners? Which access date will override the other? The 90 days within the individual course or the 180 set for the learning path?
Is there any way to set up a prerequisite as an Or option….like you have to complete Content X OR Content Y to take this course/learning path? Also, how do you add a VILT with sessions as a prerequisite without having to choose each session? So, they could take any session to meet the requirement.
Hello!I was hoping to connect with someone who has a fully integrated SCORM learning program with TI. Some things I am hoping to learn:What content authoring tool do you use and why? Do you use standalone SCORM content or do you embed a SCORM page type within a native TI course? How is reporting? (more challenging? - if so how/why?) If you already had a fully functioning learning program up and running in TI (all natively designed) would you make the transition to SCORM content? Or leave it alone? Anything else I should be aware of?If it’s easier to hop on a quick call to discuss - I’d love to set that up if preferred! Thanks!Kristin
How is everyone marking learners as attended for ILTs?The only way I’m seeing is to manually select all attendees and change to attended for each meeting. This is a really tedious process for us when we have 30+ attendees for 3 meetings and we can’t doublecheck our work because there is an hour delay on all bulk functions? I’ve tried the bulk import but it just marks people as completed and doesn’t grant certificates or CEUs.Has anyone found a better way to do this?
Hello all! Our team is currently exploring how we want to integrate the live presentation segment of our courses into Ti learning path experiences. We are currently looking at creating slides in Adobe Captivate/PowerPoint, which instructors would then share on-screen during an ILT/VILT session.What are the best tools and practices you would suggest for integrating live class presentations into Ti learning path experiences?
So in my four years with Ti, I have never built and ILT session, meeting, event, whatever it is. The reason for this is simple. COVID was happening and ILT was not. I am trying to make up for lost time and need to start creating ILTs right now but I do not understand the difference between the Event, Session, and I think that the meeting is the actual date and time? But then there is this root session that must also be a date and time. In short, it makes no sense to me and I am having trouble grasping the concepts. What is a container for what? I think the meeting is where the Learners go ultimately. Can anyone put this in simple terms? The documentation could use a pictogram for how all of these parts fit to make a something people go to.
I have been poking around trying to find the answer to this question but could not really decipher what the answer is. When we update a SCORM in the CAM, the option asks “Revert progress and display changes for all learners”. In this instance, if we revert progress, will the courses that this SCORM file lives in also revert to being not complete or just the SCORM itself? We have courses where this SCORM lives and while we made updates that we want to show for any users who return to the SCORM, we don’t necessarily want to mark them as not having completed it, so just wanted to see how this should actually work.
Hi all, I’m very new to Ti. I’m looking for the best way possible embed videos from Vidyard. I think the best way to do this would be through the article type, but then i have the print/share/favorite links along with “article” heading. Is there a better solution I’m not thinking about, or if not, is there a way i can remove that top header? Thanks in advance!
Currently, when you Preview a course from the course group page, it opens in the same tab. It would be nice for this to by default open in a new tab, which would mirror the preview functionality when preview from inside of a course.Some of our admins don’t have course authoring permissions so they can’t open the course to get to that camera-icon preview, that’s why we need this open in new tab functionality at the course group level here:We’re headless so the home buttons redirect out of Thought Industries, and the browser back button doesn’t always take the admin back to the admin page (or you have to hit it multiple times to do so).
We have a supplemental course that we offer for our learners. However, this is not a stand-alone course, as there is a larger course that should be taken prior to it. Currently, the larger course is offered alone or both are sold together as a learning path. However, for those who buy only the larger course, we would like to add a promotional page to the course that refers them to the supplemental course if they need more practice. The supplemental course is published but not released, so it will appear in the learning path but not the catalog. In order to add a catalog link to the promotional page for easy purchase, is there a way to release the supplemental course, but not have it visible in the catalog (only accessible through the link)? I’m aware of the Prerequisite Content option on the Enrollment tab, but is that the only option?
Can you make changes to a course that folks are in progress of taking? We know Publish pushes changes but does it push changes to in progress learners? I know that SCORM changes DO NOT affect in progress learners even if you publish. If I can make time, it’s a simple test, but if you already know everyone could benefit.
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