One way to create a module inside of a Litmos course is to upload a file that you have on your computer. Learn how Litmos allows for a wide range of file types that can be easily converted into a module, including video and audio files, documents, images, and more.
- [Instructor] One way to add a module to a course…is to upload content that you've already created.…This could be a document, video, image,…SCORM file, or other type of file…you have on your computer.…In this video I want to add my first module…to my New Hire Orientation course.…I'm going to do this by uploading…a PowerPoint presentation that provides…information about the KinetEco company.…So here I'm on the New Hire Orientation page…and I want to make sure I'm on the Content sub tab.…From here, I'll click on the Add content button…and from the popup I want to make sure…up at the top that I'm on Upload.…
Here it lets me know the different file types…that are accepted, and I can see that PowerPoint…is one of them, so I'll click on Choose a File,…and on my Desktop I have the KinetEco…orientation PowerPoint.…I'll click on that, click Open,…and it will prompt us to start creating this module.…By default, it will give the module title…as the title of the document that it just uploaded.…In this case it's KinetEco orientation.…
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
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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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