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Distribute your module in SCORM format or as an html link.
Modify a module after you’ve published it
Modify and update a module after you’ve published it Once your module has been shared with your participants, you can still update all the module content and add new content. When you update and add new content to your module, Teach Up integrates the changes in real time. What does this mean for participants? There are three potential scenarios in terms of participants, whether you share the module using SCORM (on an LMS platform) or the Teach Up web link: **Participants who haven'
Share your module via an HTML5 link
Share your module directly with a link Have you just finished your module and want to share it with your participants via an HTML5 link? Use the guide! 1. To share your module using an HTML5 link, head to the “Distribute” tab This tab is located in the sidebar. 2. Select “Publish a web link” !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/737235856fc2ec00/format-de-diffusion_
Share your Teach Up module with the Extension subscription
Share your module with learners Do you have an Extension subscription and want to share your module with your learners? Let’s take a look. 1. To share your module with the Extension subscription, head to the “Distribute” tab This tab is located in the sidebar. 2. Prepare your SCORM package and download it !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/737235856fc2ec00/telech
Platform subscription: manage your users
Manage your users with the Platform subscription Thanks to the Platform subscription, you can manage your users and give them activities to complete. 1. Head to the “My users” tab In the studio side bar browser, click on My users. This will display a list of users having participated in one of your Teach Up modules. These users are: Those you’ve added manually with
Prepare a SCORM package for export
Prepare a SCORM package Have you just finished your module and want to export it to your LMS? Learn how to prepare a SCORM package before exporting it. 1. To prepare a SCORM package and export it, head to the “Distribute” tab This tab is located in the sidebar. 2. Prepare your SCORM package "SCORM export format": select the version compatible with your platform. !(https://stora
What browsers is Teach Up compatible with?
Teach Up is compatible with almost every browser available on the market For both authors and participants, Teach Up is compatible with Internet Explorer version 11 and later versions, and all other browsers. 💡 For a smoother experience during the design phase, we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox.
How do I manage my participants?
Do you want to track your participants’ progress once you’ve published module? It's possible in Teach Up! ✔️ You can do this in four easy steps: 1. Creating an account Once you’ve shared your module, your participants will be asked to create their own Teach Up account. To do this, they simply have to click on the “Set up your account” button. Next, your participants will need to fill in the required fields and click on “Set up my account”. Finally, they simply need to activate the
Share your Teach Up module with the Platform subscription
Share your module Do you have a Platform subscription and want to share your module with your learners? Nothing could be easier! 1. To share your module with the Platform subscription, head to the “Distribute” tab This tab is located in the sidebar. 2. Choose how to share your module: “As a link” or “In SCORM format” With the Platform subscription, you have two sharing options:
Platform subscription: assign activities to your users
Assign activities to your users with the Platform subscription With the Platform subscription, you can assign e-learning activities to your participants in just a few clicks, and they’ll be notified by email that a new activity is available. Learn about the two different ways to do this below! 1. Add your users If your participants have never signed in to Teach Up, you'll need to add them to the “My users” tab in order to assign them an activity. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/use
Translate module content
Translate module content Do you need to publish your e-learning in another language? If so, you'll need to get your module translated! Let’s take a look. 1. To translate a module's contents, head to the studio Identify the module you want to translate.