Knowledge Base support case for Likno Elearning LMS, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Mark
Initial Email Subject: upload small video files? 
Support Case Month: November 2012

Hi guys

hope all well

could you advice as to where would be the best place to upload small (less than 10mb) screen videos please per lesson unit/specific subject?

should we upload them into the main unit files folder for all access or somewhere else?

also is this a professor or admin permission to upload content such as this

best and thanks,
Mark

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Mark,

Every lesson has its own files.

You can upload to the lessons files any type of file you want  and then use it in the lesson's units.

You can insert the files to any unit of the lesson.

Only the professor is able to upload content (including files) to the lessons and not the administrator.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Mark

ok that's great thanks - just checking it will work

we have tested today..works fine

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Knowledge Base support case for Likno ELearning LMS, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Ron
Initial Email Subject: Hosted Enterprise Test Account for 2 Weeks
Support Case Month: July 2012

Good Morning,

I have some questions.

1) What is difference between a course and lessons? Can I assume lessons are incorporated within courses? Does the admin or professor create the course and does the professor create the lessons? Can a lesson stand alone?

2) What is the difference between courses, lessons, and modules?

3) In course/lesson loading what does the admin do and what does the professor do.

4) You say: Other files can be uploaded in a lesson through the Files function. Please note that text from a word file can be copied/pasted in eFront through the unit's editor.
Otherwise, word or ppt files can be uploaded in the lesson's file manager and added as links inside the unit's content, or they can be shared with the students directly.
http://docs.efrontlearning.net/Files

I?m having issues with this. Is there someone I can speak to. I don?t see the share button and also can I place the files within a category?

Best Regards,

Ron

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Ron,

Here are the answers to the questions of yours:

1) What is difference between a course and lessons? Can I assume lessons are incorporated within courses? Does the admin or professor create the course and does the professor create the lessons? Can a lesson stand alone?

A course is consisted of many lessons. A lesson can either be available directly (standalone) or exclusively through a course.
Both administrators and professors can add new lessons and courses, but only the professors can upload content in the lessons.
http://docs.efrontlearning.net/Lessons
http://docs.efrontlearning.net/Courses

2)  What is the difference between courses, lessons, and modules?

Same as above. To which modules do you refer? Modules can be installed in eFront to extend the core functionality.

3) In course/lesson loading what does the admin do and what does the professor do.

The admin can create the course/lesson titles, the professor is responsible for adding content.

4) You say: Other files can be uploaded in a lesson through the Files function. Please note that text from a word file can be copied/pasted in eFront through the unit's editor.
Otherwise, word or ppt files can be uploaded in the lesson's file manager and added as links inside the unit's content, or they can be shared with the students directly.
http://docs.efrontlearning.net/Files

I?m having issues with this. Is there someone I can speak to. I don?t see the share button and also can I place the files within a category?

Files may belong to a lesson only, they can not be associated with a category. You can see in the screenshot below the share button:
http://screencast.com/t/Gig45QuLGATc

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
www.likno.com
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