Build-up content or interest-based selection

How should learners be navigated through the content?

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Written by Dominik
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When setting up your library, you can decide whether your learners should follow a predefined structure or whether they can choose how they want to proceed according to their own interests.

Would you like to map a certain sequence in your library structure?

  • Phases in the preboarding process that build on each other: Welcome, This is us, What we stand for, Before we start, Let's go

  • Successive phases in the onboarding process: 1st working week, 2nd working week, 2nd month

  • Learning content that builds on each other: from basics to expert knowledge

Learning path

Then a so-called learning path, which consists of several phases, is ideal. Your learners are guided through the individual learning content in a structured way. You can also use an activation condition to control when learners can access the individual content.

Example:


Library structure Preboarding - learning path with phases:
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Pro tip:

Activation can take place after a certain learning progress, after a certain date, starting from a certain start date or after a certain period of time after registration.

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Do you want your learners to be able to decide for themselves what content they want to view?

Then a non-linear structure of your content is recommended. This makes sense if content does not have a specific order and each deck can stand on its own. It also promotes learner autonomy, i.e. learners take responsibility for their learning process by selecting the content themselves.

After completing a deck, learners return to the library and can decide for themselves what they want to continue with.

Alternatively, a recommended route can be suggested with deck recommendations, but this does not have to be followed.

Example:

Deck recommendations:
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