With Xemplo Training, you can add new courses to your course library in one of three ways:
- Building a course using the Xemplo Course Builder.
- Activating a course from the Xemplo Expert Library.
- Uploading an externally authored course (for example, a SCORM course).
In this guide, you will learn how to upload a course to Xemplo. Xemplo supports a range of common e-Learning authoring frameworks, including SCORM, xAPI or TinCan.
Adding a new course to the course library
You can add a new course to your course library from Company Settings > Courses.
- Select + New Course
Adding basic course details
In the next step, you'll need to provide some basic information about your course before you can finish uploading the content. Basic information includes:
- Course Name
- Course Type - the subject area that this course belongs to. Available types are pre-defined in Xemplo, and are used to filter available courses when enrolling workers.
- Course Level - the level of difficulty of this course. Available levels are pre-defined in Xemplo, and can be used to filter available courses when enrolling workers.
- Summary - a basic summary of the course's inclusions and goals. The summary is displayed to users searching for courses when enrolling workers.
- Thumbnail - an image that is shown when this course is displayed in the library when enrolling workers.
- Upload file - your course file to be imported. The course file should be in .zip format and a maximum of 100MB in size.
- Course assignment rules - these rules determine what a worker must do to complete a course, including:
- Completion time - the number of days a worker is given to complete the training activity after enrolment.
Once your course has been uploaded, you can update the basic details of a course at any time from the Course Library screen. Select the course, and then select Edit from the three-dot menu on the right.
Uploaded courses are published and ready to use straight away after upload. You can also preview and archive an uploaded course from the Course Library. Find out more about managing courses in your course library here, including archiving published courses and creating new versions of courses.