You can quickly add documents and other files to the Resources subtab in a Litmos course. Learn how this allows you to share resources with learners on the Litmos platform, which they can easily access through the course.
- [Instructor] Another way to add resources…to a course inside of Litmos…is to use the Additional References subtab.…So, inside of my New Hire Orientation course,…you'll notice here the different subtabs,…and one of them is Additional References.…If I click here, it allows me to add in any documents…that I would like students to have access to.…You might want to put in here communication information,…course expectations, and more.…I'm going to go ahead and click on Add a Document,…just to show how simple this is.…So, it says here that you can upload…this reference material for your course.…
I can choose a file.…And, in this case, I want to include a document…that's called Consumer Products and Gadgets, it's a PDF.…I'll click Open, when I'm done, I'll click Save.…And this has now been added to that Additional References,…something I'll let the learners know…that they can access at any time.…So, that's how you add additional references…to your course inside of Litmos.…
- Customizing your profile settings
- Roles and permissions
- Email templates
- Creating a new course and learning path
- Uploading and embedding content
- Customizing assessment settings
- Adding additional resources
- Managing users and teams
- Creating customized reports
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1. Profile and Account Settings
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4. Manage Users and Teams
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