Introduction to LMS
Content management and learning management system all in one place.
In this article, we will discuss:
Additional User System Roles
With the Enablix Learning Management System, there are additional user system roles.
Note: Even if a user is an Administrator, to have administrator rights in the Enablix LMS, they will need the additional role of Learning Administrator added to their user profile.
Learning Administrator - This role has an overall view of the Enablix LMS. A user with this system role can do the following actions:
- Create Learning Paths and Assessment Templates
- Enroll participants in Learning Paths
- See all participants' activity (Learning Path status, assessment submissions, time spent)
- Approve or reject participants' assessment submissions
Learning Manager - When a Learning Administrator is enrolling participants, if they themselves will not be the person responsible for monitoring a participant's activity (including approving or rejecting assessment submissions), they have the option to select a Learning Manager. A user with this system role can do the following actions:
- See participants' activities that are assigned to them (Learning Path status, assessment submissions, time spent)
- Approve or reject participants' assessment submissions that are assigned to them
Creating Learning Paths
This image is a screenshot of a Learning Path from a Learning Administrator's view. Learning Paths can be broken out into multiple sections, with sections that include both learning content as well as assessment templates.
When creating Learning Paths, a Learning Administrator can also opt in to include assessment templates. Assessment templates can include:
- Multiple Choice Q&A
- Submit text input
- Submit file
- Submit URL
For any of the options where a participant will enter in/upload a submission, a Learning Administrator or Manager will either approve or reject the submission. When doing so, the Learning Administrator or Manager will also have the option to provide additional feedback to the participant.
Prior to adding an assessment to a Learning Path, a Learning Administrator will first create an Assessment Template. Once an Assessment Template has been created, then the Learning Administrator will be able to add the assessment template. Once the assessment template has been added, edits can be made to the assessment template for the specific Learning Path.
To enroll participants in a Learning Path, the Learning Administer will first start by navigating to the Learning Path they wish to enroll participants in. From there, they will switch to the 'Participants' tab. Here is where they'll select the Enrollment and Completion dates, as well as assign the participant to a Learning Manager (if applicable).