Why are there ready to go options available when creating a course?
There are set options that you can choose from when creating a course. Be it adding content, choosing what type of questions to use or the type of feedback that is available.
Where can I find these options?
The options can be found once you have clicked on the tab called “create course” and added information to the following page called “Add course”
The options are as follows:
Headline: A larger text font, generally used as an eye-opener and introduction of an interaction.
Paragraph: A longer text with standard font size.
Image: Upload a picture/image or illustration from your computer, either by clicking on the "Upload a file-symbol" or by "drag-and-drop" your image here. Image guideline: We recommend pixel width 600, jpg/png and maximum weight 200 kB (try to stay below 100 kB).
YouTube Video: Add a YouTube or Vimeo video by copy and paste the URL here.
Link: Add an external website link (copy and paste) and type a description visible for the user.
Image carousel: Consists of several images (max. 7) uploaded from your computer. Can be swiped through by the user. Upload a picture/image or illustration from your computer, either by clicking on the "Upload a file-symbol" or by "drag-and-drop" your image here. Image guideline: We recommend pixel width 600, jpg/png and maximum weight 200 kB (try to stay below 100 kB).
Our advice is to use only one kind of questionnaire at each interaction.
One choice: Only one answer can be correct.
Multiple choices: More than one answer can be correct.
Choose from list: A dropdown menu where user can choose between different options.
Scale: The user can choose between numbers on a scale. You determine the values of the scale, like 0-10, 0-100 etc.
Open answer: The user can type a longer sentence for answering a question.
One correct word: The user is asked to answer a question by typing one single word correct. Like “What is the name of this amazing cloud-based LMS?” and the correct answer is “Moblrn” (spelt like that).
Comments: Users can write comments that are visible for all other users in the same program. Note that you can decide whether comments should be public before moderation (or not).