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Create a rapid learning
🚀 Rapid learning modules offer learners a 3 to 5 minute learning experience on a specific theme. In addition to e-learning, rapid learning can also be used for other purposes: this shorter module will introduce a topic to a learner but won't turn them into an expert. To create a rapid learning module in Teach Up, go to the top of the studio home page and click on “+ New activity” then “Create a course”. Now it’s time to start creating! Here are some tips to help you create rapid
Create an assessment in personality test mode
Teach Up's assessment modules are primarily used to track and assess participants’ level of understanding. But did you know you can also use this feature for another very specific purpose? You can re-purpose the assessment module to create a personality test. ✔️ Let’s take a look at how to do this. Take the example of an assertiveness test! Create a Teach Up assessment module Open your Teach Up studio and create an assessment module (New activity > Create an assesment) **Add you
Create a blended learning course
Blended learning courses (also called SPOCs) enables you to cleverly combine multiple modes of learning. In Teach Up, you can easily combine e-learning and in-person sessions within your SPOCs. How? Head to the Teach Up studio and click “New activity” then “Create course”. Congratulations! You are now in the course editor. 🎉 You can now start adding your content and create the blended-learning course you have in mind. What are some best practices for creating a blended-lear
Create a digital invitation
The wide variety of content that can be added to your Teach Up module helps you create the most unique experience each time: training modules, blended-learning courses, assessments, digital invitations, etc. Less well known than other methods, digital invitations can be an effective tool for communicating with participants. Let us explain! 🔎 When should you use a digital invitation? Digital invitations are mainly used to invite participants to an event, such as a seminar or meetin
How do you use the Teach Up HTML link feature?
The “html link” input is a key feature of the Teach Up authoring tool. It lets you add websites and digital tools directly into your module. By using it, your learners won’t have to switch tabs or pages and will remain immersed in your e-learning experience. ✨ How does it work? It couldn't be easier to use! Head to your module and click “Add” then “More” and “Link”. Next, give your content a title and add a website address of your choosing. Nothing beats an example to illus