Learn about the Page of Information module in Litmos, which allows you to add text, images, multimedia and even embed iFrames using HTML code.
- [Instructor] We've taken a look at how to upload…content to our course in order to create a module.…But Litmos also gives us the opportunity to create…content right inside of the platform.…In order to do this, from within the course, I'm going…to go again to the add content button.…When I click this, we get this popup box.…However, this time instead of being on the upload…sub tab, I want to go to the create sub tab.…I'll click here.…And it shows us the different modules that we can create.…We can create an assessment, a survey, page of information,…a live session, user checklist, learner upload,…we can embed content, or link to another website.…
We'll go through each of these in this chapter.…However, in this video, I want to go over the…page of information.…This option allows you to create a page with…several different elements.…You can add text, an image, or even an iframe to embed…something like a video or website.…Now the most common use for using a page of information,…is for entering in a large amount of text.…
- 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
2. Create a New Course or Learning Path
3. Add Content to a Course
4. Manage Users and Teams
Overview of reports2m 26s
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