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The following article provides a brief overview of managing elearning (self-paced learning) in Arlo.
Arlo allows you to create self-paced events such as elearning modules or on-demand videos, through the Elearning feature.
You can list an Elearning module as a different delivery method for an event you also run in person, or you can host it separately on its own website template page.
For more information on the other elearning delivery methods refer to elearning options.
Example: Event listed in Arlo with a face to face and online delivery method available.
Make events profitable and efficient by uploading recorded webinars and/or videos as elearning modules by directing your registrants to an external URL that contains the course content.
Once an order/registration for an elearning module has been submitted, registrants are sent the elearning content URL, which you can define when the activity is set up in Arlo.
- Create an elearning module
- Search for an elearning module
- Manage registrations for elearning modules
The module URL is sent with instructions that you can configure when setting the activity up. The replacers in the email add custom terminology for the activity e.g. 'Recorded webinar'.
Example: Customizable activity instructions
Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Arlo offers a full integration with Moodle (Learning Management System) and enables you to create modules that people can complete in their own time, online, from anywhere. These modules can include SCORM packages, quizzes, surveys, wikis, and assignments, all while tracking completion. Course completion information and grades are fed back to Arlo automatically.
If you use Moodle and need to view more detailed information about your elearning courses and elearning course registrants, Moodle offers reports on data held within Moodle.