Scenario

As a content owner, you want to incorporate several types of content into a sequential, multi-step learning playbook.

Solution

  1. From the Catalog, click New and select Track from the menu.


    The New Track page opens.

  2. Enter a track Title and Description and add other details about the track.
    See the "Go deeper" section for more about the details you can configure.

  3. Click Publish in the upper-right.
    The new track is saved and accessible to users (based on your access control setting for the track).

  4. Click Add Content on the left side of the page.
    A menu opens.

  5. Add existing content or create new content of the types listed (Event Type, Article, Video, Course, or Task).

    Selecting one of the content types opens a window to create new content of the type selected.
    Selecting Add existing content opens the Add content item to track dialog.

  6. Select the content you want to add and click Add Selected.
    All selected content is appended to the track.

  7. Optionally, reorder the added content by dragging-and-dropping it under Track Contents.

  8. Click Save in the upper right of the page.

Learners can now engage the content you've added to the track. They can either join tracks available to them or you can assign tracks directly. See How to assign content to learn more.

Go deeper

More track details

In addition to entering a required track Title and Description, you can also...

  • Upload a Cover image for the track to capture attention in the Catalog.

  • Add Categories and Tags to make the track more discoverable.

  • Add track Facilitators to maintain content for the track.

  • Offer additional Resources for the track, such as an office hour program that supplements the track content.

  • Turn on Completion if you want learners to be able to mark the track as completed.

  • Attach Surveys to gather feedback from learners about the track.

  • Configure Access Control to make the track public, hidden, or only available to certain groups.

See also

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