The Learner Experience: What Your End-users See

Last Updated: May 11, 2015 09:09AM UTC

This article provides a short overview of the learner experience in Learndot. As an admin, you can always access the learner experience by clicking "Learner View" beneath your name at the top-right while in the admin experience. If you are already in the learner experience, this will say "Admin":

Overview and Course List

Your learner app url can either be of the form your-company.learndot.com or something entirely custom under your own domain.

A learner will be brought there initially through an email invite. They will be asked to use a email/password for the academy, however SSO with your own user account is also possible. We highly recommend linking to your academy from somewhere where your learners frequent; your website, your product, a portal, etc... The email-invite is easily lost over time.

Once logged in, the learner will be presented with the courses made available to them through the access groups they are a part of. They will be categorized as either Not Started, In Progress, or Completed.

Taking Courses

Through the learner experience, Learndot tries to make the next step very obvious for learners. At the home page, there will be an large "Up Next" button inviting them to resume whatever course they were most recently taking, or to start the next one in their list.


Learners can close Learndot at any time and easily come to back to where they were last. Inside the course, they will be presented with a big green button that will take them to the module they were most recently taking. There be a course overview listing all available modules in the course.


Once inside a course, Learndot will guide the learners through each module you've created – your videos, images, other content and quizzes – until they successfully complete the course.

Above is an example screenshot of the progress bar showing a learner the current module, their completed modules, and the modules still available.

Notifications

‚ÄčNotifications are an important part of the learner experience as well, to keep people engaged and on top of fast-moving content. Please refer to the article on notifications for more information.

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