Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Interface and user roles, part of Adobe Captivate Prime: First Look.
- When you log in to Adobe Captivate Prime, the first thing you experience is a flat and modern user interface. Unlike most of the LMSs where most of the functionality is nested in menus, in Adobe Captivate Prime everything you need is available on the left pane, making it really simple for the L&D professionals to start using this Learning Management System. In Prime you can assume four different roles, Admin, Author, Manager, and Learner.
An Admin is someone who defines the training strategy for an organization. Admins have the rights to add Learners, set required skills for the Learners, manage the assigned courses, learning programs, learning plans, and certifications, and view reports for the entire organization. Authors are typically instructional designers who create the training content. They can add modules and courses to Prime using the Author dashboard.
Team managers can directly manage the learning activities of their team using Prime. They can nominate their team members to take a course, approve requests from the team members, and provide feedback on the performance of their team members post-completion of training. They can also view reports for their team to track their performance. And Learners can access the courses and learning programs assigned to them. They can also browse through the available courses by using a catalog or enroll themselves for courses, learning programs, and certifications.