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I suggest can add navigation bar on course page. Can classification course to module, lesson. User can use navigation bar quick jump to specific course. No need mouse sliding down to find course.
Add a side bar to quick jump to topics in the course rather than scrolling down to find them.7 votes
We just release quick course navigation together with other improvement for the Dashboard. To jump between the courses, simply click on down arrow next to “My courses” label.
Please see all other improvement from our blog https://eliademy.com/blog/2014/09/01/brand-new-eliademy-dashboard-for-the-new-study-year/
Right now, there's not a cohesive navigation scheme: some things you click the top some the middle of the page. some the left, some the right. If I want to go back, I could click right below the top header line, but to get back to my main course page I may have to click even further down on the page. seems rather jumbled to me.1 vote
Add a side bar to quick jump to topics in the course rather than scrolling down to find them.0 votes
Thanks for the idea. I am merging it together with https://eliademy.uservoice.com/forums/193876-general?query=Course%20navigation%20bar
In the menu bar perhaps allowing the teacher to add or remove tabs that are pertinent to each course. For example, I won't be using a webinar in one course and would like to omit it. Or a "tab" that has lessons on it. instead of tasks. Essentially, allowing for flexibility in managing the tabs and thei respective names.10 votes
I have a course that I would like to use as a "template" course and from that create new courses with the same material (which will then be amended slightly for different learner groups).3 votes
We just released a new version of Eliademy which support duplicating courses.
You can learn more from our blog post here https://eliademy.com/blog/2014/01/10/share-your-academic-achievements-on-linkedin/
Thanks for your idea!
Because of licensing body requirements, I need the course to last for a specific period of time. For every credit, the course needs to last one hour.1 vote
So I suggest you add to the top of the page (like to the course description part) an automatic topic list which also works so that when you click the topic it takes you with a shortcut to the topic on the page. Scrolling to the very bottom can be pretty annoying sometimes.
- also please start to support all kinds of files upload18 votes
We just released an new update which bring this functionality.
Please check our blog post here:
Thank you for your idea!
Users should get a recommendation for new courses based on their learning history0 votes
How to I remove myself from a course enrolled?4 votes
At this moment only teacher can un-enroll you from the course. We have feature to self un-enroll planned for the spring update.
Group of courses0 votes
Thank you for your feedback. We will review the possibility to add course grouping to our upcoming updates.
Interface where teacher can see engagement of students with course materials5 votes
Allow the copying of modules from one course to the other, not just the whole course1 vote
I'd like to see a search function within the courses to help find specific topics, etc.2 votes
It would be great to have all the tasks on the front page, like they used be. Then you could see all the deadlines from all the courses on one glance.15 votes
Thanks for letting us know! Right now summary of all your deadlines is available in Calendar tab. We have simply moved this information from Dashboard to Calendar, during our latest redesign. You can read more about it in our blog post https://eliademy.com/blog/2014/08/22/new-calendar-to-help-you-with-busy-autumn/. Having said that, we will try to improve the way this information is shown, and perhaps add an option to see it on “My Courses” page as well.
The attached file is a screenshot of my course which I don't know how to open after I register for a free trial. Can you please teach me how I can open and edit my course? Looking forward to your favorable action.1 vote
Why not make a course for administrators? How to... where to.. and so on.
Make a course to follow along...4 votes
Thanks we will try to make an online course. For now, most important information about Admin controls is stored here http://helpdesk.eliademy.com/knowledgebase/topics/66846-7-premium-features
It would be great if the teacher or course coordinator could you provide more information about the course before signing up.
- How many hours/week.
- If prior experience/skills needed and which.
- Other requirements needed (laptop, specific OS, etc)
Thanks in advance.24 votes
Working on some good templates now. It will also be localized to your language, so as a teacher you will have an option to keep or remove needed parts.
Be able to see the course as a student so a teacher can verify the look and feel.1 vote
I use UDUTU to create courses and it would be great to import them into eliademy. Thanks, Julian1 vote
Hi. We were not able to find in what format Udutu courses can be exported. If Udutu support export in commonly adopted IMS Global format, those courses should be compatible with Eliademy.
I have multiple classes ongoing at the same time with different task deadlines but the same content. I would like to be able to copy a task from one course and add it to another course and then just change the deadline. Currently I have to write each question and respective answers one by one, which is very time consuming.5 votes
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