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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Programs are entities that contain a list of courses and require learners to complete all or some of these courses in order to complete a program. These courses can be grouped into a hierarchical structure of sets and courses and can be arranged in a specific order within the program.  
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Programs are entities that contain a list of courses that are required to be completed by users. These courses can be grouped into a hierarchical structure and can be arranged in a specific order within the program. To access the Programs tool, select Programs from the Workplace launcher.
  
 
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== Accessing programs ==
 
Programs are accessed from the Site administration panel:
 
 
From here, you can check to see if a program is associated with a [[Certifications |certification]].
 
  
 
== Creating a new program ==
 
== Creating a new program ==
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To create a new program press the "Add new program" button and choose a name and description for your program. Once this step is complete, we can configure the program content and allocate users.
  
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== Adding courses ==
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Courses can be added to your program from the program "Content" tab. We can either add individual courses, or group them together in "sets".
  
[[File:workplace_dashboard.png|thumb|600px|center|Workplace dashboard]]
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* To add a course click the add button and select "Course". You can select as many courses as you want.
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* To add "sets" of courses click the add button and select "Set". Give your set a name and select which courses you want to add to it. See the section on [[#Completion|completion]] below to define how the set should be completed by a user
  
== Completion criteria ==
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You can use drag-and-drop o re-order elements within the program in order to set a specific order.
Edit the completion criteria for any set or the whole program using the drop downs from the schedule tab. Define when the program will be available to users and choose absolute or relative dates.
 
  
=== All in order ===
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=== Completion ===
Everything in the top-level has to be completed in a specific order to add courses to this program.
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Each program, and course sets within it, can define how they should be considered as being completed by the user:
  
=== All in any order ===
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* All in order - the user must complete all courses in the order specified
The user must complete all courses in the set but could start with any of them.
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* All in any order - the user must complete all courses in no particular order
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* At least X - the user must complete at least X number of the courses
  
=== At least one ===
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== Schedule ==
In order to complete this set, a user must complete at least one of the courses in it.
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Under the program "Schedule" tab, we can define the availability and allocation times for the program. The "Allocation window" defines when a user can be allocated to a program. The "Availability" section section defines a start and end date during which time a user can access the program. The due date is the time by which the user should have completed the program. Each of the times can be set relative to another, for example a users start date could be considered to be immediately after their allocation date with a due date one month later.
  
 
== User allocation ==
 
== User allocation ==
Manage user allocation to the program by clicking plus. Allocate users manually and check the status of each user in the program. Check if the program is associated with a certification, and if it is, what is the certification status.
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Users can be manually allocated to a program from the "Users" tab. This page also lists all allocated users from other sources (such as via a Certification). For those users allocated to a program via a [[Certifications|certification]], the status of the certification is also shown.
  
== Adding courses and sets to a program ==
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== Dynamic rules ==
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The [[Dynamic rules]] tab gives quick access to some rules which affect this program and are created by default. This will allow the site administrator to do things like sending a notification to the user when they're allocated to the program, issuing a certificate or a badge, granting a competency upon program completion, or sending a reminder when the program is overdue.  Set actions for these predefined rules and click the toggle button to activate them.
  
=== Adding courses ===
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== User Dashboard ==
Click plus and select course. You can select as many courses as you want.
 
  
=== Adding sets ===
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When a user logs into Moodle Workplace and visits their [[Moodle_Workplace#Dashboard|Dashboard]] they will see all the active programs they have been allocated to, showing their completion status and allowing easy access to the courses contained within the program
Add “sets,” which are groups of courses, by clicking plus and selecting “Set”.
 
  
=== Create set ===
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[[File:workplace_dashboard.png|thumb|600px|center|Workplace dashboard]]
Click on plus on the set row and then when it's created, select the courses from the search box.
 
 
 
== Dynamic rules ==
 
The [[Dynamic rules]] tab gives quick access to some rules which affect this program and are created by default. This will allow the site administrator to do things like sending a notification to the learner when she's allocated to the program, issuing a certificate or a badge, granting a competence upon program completion, or sending a reminder when the program is overdue.  Set actions for these predefined rules and click the toggle button to activate them.
 

Revision as of 11:31, 4 October 2019

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Overview

Programs are entities that contain a list of courses that are required to be completed by users. These courses can be grouped into a hierarchical structure and can be arranged in a specific order within the program. To access the Programs tool, select Programs from the Workplace launcher.

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Creating a new program

To create a new program press the "Add new program" button and choose a name and description for your program. Once this step is complete, we can configure the program content and allocate users.

Adding courses

Courses can be added to your program from the program "Content" tab. We can either add individual courses, or group them together in "sets".

  • To add a course click the add button and select "Course". You can select as many courses as you want.
  • To add "sets" of courses click the add button and select "Set". Give your set a name and select which courses you want to add to it. See the section on completion below to define how the set should be completed by a user

You can use drag-and-drop o re-order elements within the program in order to set a specific order.

Completion

Each program, and course sets within it, can define how they should be considered as being completed by the user:

  • All in order - the user must complete all courses in the order specified
  • All in any order - the user must complete all courses in no particular order
  • At least X - the user must complete at least X number of the courses

Schedule

Under the program "Schedule" tab, we can define the availability and allocation times for the program. The "Allocation window" defines when a user can be allocated to a program. The "Availability" section section defines a start and end date during which time a user can access the program. The due date is the time by which the user should have completed the program. Each of the times can be set relative to another, for example a users start date could be considered to be immediately after their allocation date with a due date one month later.

User allocation

Users can be manually allocated to a program from the "Users" tab. This page also lists all allocated users from other sources (such as via a Certification). For those users allocated to a program via a certification, the status of the certification is also shown.

Dynamic rules

The Dynamic rules tab gives quick access to some rules which affect this program and are created by default. This will allow the site administrator to do things like sending a notification to the user when they're allocated to the program, issuing a certificate or a badge, granting a competency upon program completion, or sending a reminder when the program is overdue. Set actions for these predefined rules and click the toggle button to activate them.

User Dashboard

When a user logs into Moodle Workplace and visits their Dashboard they will see all the active programs they have been allocated to, showing their completion status and allowing easy access to the courses contained within the program

Workplace dashboard