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Create a learning path

For more information on how Learning Paths work in the LearnLive system, see Understanding program groups.


To create a new Learning Path:

  1. From anywhere in the administrative area, click Programs in the main menu on the left side of the screen. See below.
  2. From the Programs hub, click the link Assemble a Learning Path. The editing form for a learning path will appear.
  3. Fill in the fields much as you would for any other program. The data for a program group's catalog entry is nearly identical to that of a typical program. For assistance understanding these fields, see Create a new program.
  4. At the top of tab 3, Preparation Details, pay note to the drop down menu marked Certificate Policy. The default setting is Available on each session. If you would like to withhold certificates until all requirements are met, change this to Must complete all requirements. See below.
  5. On tab 4, Sub Requirements, you will define the specific sets of options for each of the learning path's requirements that contains options for the enrollee to choose from. See below for more details.
  6. When you are finished creating requirements, click Save in the upper right portion of the form. You will be taken to the homepage of this newly-created Learning Path. At this point, you will need to add component programs to your learning path. See Assign programs to a learning path.

How to create sub requirements (Tab 4)

You can think of sub-requirements as containers into which you can place one or more programs. Each container is governed by a completion requirement: user must complete one or more items inside that container in order to complete the entire path. You will need to create the requirements, or containers, first, and then populate them later.

  1. On the last tab, the screen will look as it does below. Locate the button labeled Add s sub-requirement and click it.
  2. Fill in the name of the sub-requirement.
  3. You will need to decide the nature of the requirement:
    • The user must complete x number of credits of offerings within the requirement (may be any number of sessions)
    • The user must complete x number of sessions of offerings within the requirement (may be any number of credits)
  4. In the form, fill in the amount, and for units choose "credits" or "sessions". The image below shows how to set up a requirement in each case.
  5. You may wish to create a requirement in which all the components are required. In that case, as shown in the midle row above, you can check the box for Is Required. In this case, the fields "amount" and "units" are irrelevant, because the user must complete every item in the container.

Assigning due dates to a learning path:

You can assign due dates to individual sub-requirements in your learning path. Simply add a date into the Due Date field for any sub-requirement. When you assign a due date to a sub-requirement, enrolled users will receive reminder emails about the deadline in the same way that they would receive notices about any other required program, i.e. according to the company email setting Requirement Due Date. For more information see List of auto-generated emails, settings, and descriptions and Edit email settings.

Adding programs

For additional information, see Assign programs to a learning path.

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